If this creature, whatever it may be, can be photographed not once but twice, it can be captured. These photos can be used to develop recognition software to "spring" a trap, dart or net, thus minimizing the capture to its intended target.
Performing an OBE is like performing a C-section on a newborn baby. It's a man-made way of forcing an event that would otherwise occur naturally at least once in our life.
I donít know what to make of this rather it is real or not But it dose look convincing but then again arenít they all? If this is a hox I hope they stop for I am sick of hox in everything form aliens to Bigfoot
And by the way that guy that was giving the report I donít like him he was a total jerk about the whole subject Heck he even laughed at it Despite me not liking him I donít think he did is job very well in that one.
I saw this a while back and the video isn't available anymore, but I think it is supposed to be a thin bear. I've seen some rather emaciated bears in Cherokee, North Carolina and they do look odd like that (they were captive bears). It does look a lot like a sloth though.[/font]