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Sasquatch laying down a stick formation.
David Claerr has written another piece at his Yahoo! Voices page. The subject is what is commonly called stick formations, but David also considers stones and skeletal remains. Below is a short excerpt:
In the course of investigating the wilderness-dwelling hominins in North America variously known as Sasquatch, Bigfoot, and Skunk Ape, there have been increasing reports by numerous researchers of structures and arrangements made of tree branches, stones, and even skeletal remains that appear to be markers or symbols that may communicate a message or information.
Examples of some of these arrangements are those in the form of poles placed together in a tipi-like cone, a series of stones stacked in a column, saplings twisted; bent at right angles and pointing in a specific direction, or bones arranged in geometric patterns. In my own research I have seen such structures that are likely examples of all of the above, although many of them could be alternatively attributed to human activity. In several cases, such as four-to-five inch diameter samplings twisted and bent in an action requiring tremendous torque and force, a human agency performing this act in remote wilderness regions is very unlikely.
In a recent foray, (Feb. 2012), I found some small but very interesting and atypical structures that have some intriguing and puzzling features that I think may be significant, if corroborated by further examples found during future research.
You can read about the structures David found in greater detail at his article titled, "Sasquatch Use of Symbols- Do Bigfoot Create Glyphs to Communicate Information?"