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COUNTY: Plymouth County
LOCATION DETAILS: (this should not be posted)
NEAREST TOWN: Lakeville
NEAREST ROAD: Rte. 18
OBSERVED: On April 2015 I was clicking on some YouTube videos when I came across one from my own town. It was a small town radio interview with a mother and daughter that were coon hunting at night in an area that I know well and they had a class A encounter. I told my son about it and he took a walk in the area a couple of days later. He called me and told me that he came across a structure that must have been built by boy scouts or something. I went in to check it a couple of days later and took some very good photos of it and some of the surrounding area. I returned to the area again today 08/13/2015 to check the structure and took more photos which I can send.
ALSO NOTICED: This is only about 2 miles from an area on the same lake that I reported a class B incident back in 2009.
OTHER WITNESSES: two
OTHER STORIES: Yes there was a class B and A within a 4 month period in 2009 not more than 15 miles apart. All were reported including mine.
TIME AND CONDITIONS: middle of the day bright sunlight
ENVIRONMENT: Near very large lakes with pine, oak, maple, wild cherry forest.
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Dave McCullough:
This is the video that he came across from his own town of a coon hunter's sighting:
Here are the photos of the possible structure that is located in a rural location, in one pic you can see where a tree was broken at about 2 ft. and not cut with a saw:
Photos I took for size comparison when I visited the location:
Photos of what could be a possible barricade, pretty big logs placed on a trail not far from the tree structure:
Report #25719 is the Class B incident he reported in 2009.
This area is loaded with deer, cranberry bogs, farms and swamps. Low populations in these towns. This area of the state has the highest number of deer harvested each year, more than western Massachusetts.
About BFRO Investigator Dave McCullough:
Long time interest in the subject. Starting field research in 2005 by attending the 2005 and 2006 BFRO expeditions in Whitehall New York.