Thanks to The Lost Cryptids Conservatory for having us on their show! This interview contains much talk about the Geographic Remote Viewing process we use to identify bigfoot related areas of interest before we go there in person. We also have been working with other Bigfoot Research Teams by remote viewing their areas of interest to identify specific locations for them to concentrate on, sometimes giving suggestions of different things to try.
This is the thermal footage we filmed while out for the Tennessee bigfoot Conference in 2018. It's set to BLACK HOT, which makes skin look gray or black, we like this setting because HAIR SHOWS UP AS WHITE.
We returned to location of Tennessee Bigfoot Conference day expedition after remote viewing the area. Upon parking the car, Jen Kruse of She-Squatchers, remote viewed again and saw what appeared to be a Bigfoot about 30 feet away from the car. Tammy grabbed the Pocket Flir Thermal Camera and pointed it in that direction. Here is what we saw. On this camera setting, our skin shows up as gray and our hair showed up as white. We are focused on the white. This was a combined effort between She-Squatchers & Matthew Delph (MECRO)
It was very dark out, Tammy was watching it through the camera and was asking Jena how to make it record? While waiting for Jena to come over, Tammy observed it raise its arm up, then reach over and scratch under its elbow. She saw all the hairs hanging down from the bent arm.
We originally thought it was sitting there working with something warm, but Matthew Delph went back during the daylight and discovered there was a slight drop off right there. Figure that it was standing there, using this like a countertop.
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Thanks to Blake from the Lost Cryptids Conservatory for coming on our show to share his experiences. Prior to this interview She-Squatchers had done a GEOGRAPHIC REMOTE VIEW of one of Blake's research areas, at 6:18 in this video, he gives feedback as to what had been found in the areas identified in the remote view we did.