Strangest thing found in the woods.

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  1. pastorjim08

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    No pics but a good story while fishing. A friend of mine was fishing a local river, that incidentally runs right below a large graveyard which is spooky enough by itself. It's about midnight and he is just quietly fishing when he hears a noise in the water. Thinking it's maybe something going for his bait, he stands up just in time to see a guy coming out of the river. The guy walks past him at about 6 feet and never says a word as he disappears into the darkness of the graveyard. Needless to say, my buddy was completely creaped out and he quickly packed up his stuff and got the heck out of Dodge.

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    Is this a public land dildo? I've heard they are much easier to find on private land :)
     
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    when I was in 5th grade I found a dead human body. she was missing for quite some time. it still remains as one of the most popular murder mysteries in my area.
     
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    I guess you win...no one can top that
     
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    Im not sure what i would do if i found a body. I walk an area that 15 years ago they pulled 2 bodies out of the river every year for like 10 straight years. I really do nit ever want to find one.

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    Working for the DNR have been in on a few search details. I went on a search for a young woman that was kidnapped out of a gas station. Based on video and police we were not looking for a live person. Talk about going to work and hoping that you are not successful with the objective is the best way to describe it.
     
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    Katie Poirier Moose lake?
     
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    Yep, and the most they ever found of her was a tooth and bone fragments. Pretty sad!
     
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    Yeah that was the one, sucked. We also did another search up in Kittson county for a lost hunter had I known that we were searching for a guy that figured he would mix a little crystal meth with grouse hunting I would have never gone up to look. They did find that guy what the coyotes left anyhow.
     
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    at least the one I found was just a bare skull with no flesh. they said she was wrapped in a bag of lime to speed up decomposition. then they threw her into a culvert. as the high water came it must have broke her into pieces and scattered her bones down through the woods. they found like 95% of her. so I guess that there are still some unfound pieces there someplace. it just looked like a white rock until we got closer then we freaked out! heck 5th grade and there were creepy stories circulating around which freaked us out even more. the love for the woods may take you to unwanted situations sometimes.
     
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    Was snowmobiling one time amd freaked out as we turned a sharp corner and saw a coyote at the edge of the trail looking like it was ready to dodge out in front of my machine. I didnt know if i was going to run it over if it was going to bite me or what. Turns out it was frozen solid and someone had propped it up in the snow at the trails edge!

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    Hunting public land in OH.
     
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    Found this tree last year while scouting....

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    Imagine being hung from that tree


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    Or something worse??

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    Very strange indeed

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    I arrowed a buck year before last that ran about a 60 yard circle and dropped about 30 yards down the trail from my stand. When I get to him I roll him over and he was piled up on a rifle casing from the previous buck I shot the year before. That casing is still in my hunting pants pocket. I never take it out.
     
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    It’s always important to make sure you zip up your pack buddy.
     
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