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Candace Talmadge

The gift of the sasquatch - part two

August 23, 2010 | Comment icon 94 comments


Image Credit: Thomas Hues
[!gad](This is the second part in a series about the interactions of BlogTalkRadio show host Thomas Hues with the beings known as the Sasquatch.) Thomas Hues first spotted a Sasquatch female at dawn on a dirt road in the woods around College Station, Texas. He thought she was lovely. Hues also became acquainted with an older Sasquatch who is in his 70s or 80s. “He’s always gone by the rule that humans are taboo, as most of them do in their society,” Hues says. “Humans are taboo. And here I was interacting with the female and large male as part of his clan or tribe and he didn’t like it at all.”

Hues begin learning about Sasquatch social rules and etiquette. They understand the concept of free will and adhere to it strictly, he maintains. In his dealings with the older Sasquatch, Hues told him more than once, “If you don’t want me to come around, all you have to do is say so, and I’ll leave.”

Later Hues found out that the older male could not make such a demand of him because, according to the rules of Sasquatch society, that would interfere with free will, and the Sasquatch do not violate free will.

Talking the Sasquatch Way
Hues started communicating with them, too, via what he terms “mindspeak.” It’s a form of telepathic, nonverbal communication involving images, thoughts, feelings, impressions, and, once the Sasquatch becomes more attuned to him, words that Hues hears in his head.

“When you hear words with them, it comes across as a kind of broken English,” he says.

Every conversation Hues has with the older Sasquatch, for example, ends with the words “dirty human” in his head, although their exchanges at first were limited to impressions and images. During an interview for a documentary film about those who study the Sasquatch, the producer asked Hues to query the older Sasquatch about another Sasquatch.

The older Sasquatch said that he knew the other one the producer was asking about. “He no talk to anyone,” the Sasquatch told Hues. “He no like anyone. His body no work right.” Someone, it turns out, shot that Sasquatch and he was disfigured as a result.

Hues has a warning for anyone stalking the Sasquatch. “It’s not the one in your sights you need to worry about. It’s the two or three that are coming at you from the side or behind. They’re going to take you out and make the bodies disappear. It’s important to be mindful of that and just show some respect.

“If you act a fool, they’ll treat you like a fool,” Hues emphasizes again. “If you are acting like a respectable person, they’ll treat you like a respectable person. That or they’ll just stay away from you and let you be.”

Major Life Changes
His dealings and exchanges with the Sasquatch helped Hues through major life crises. Now, even his health is improving. (Hues has multiple sclerosis.) “I’m finding and being shown ways to reverse the condition in my body,” he says.

In addition, mindspeaking with the Sasquatch has enabled Hues to communicate intuitively with others, often over long distances.

“I help people in different parts of the country to experience Sasquatch and I get messages from them,” he says. “Recently I was able to see through the eyes of the Sasquatch that was watching one guy in Arizona and tell him the clothes that he was wearing, what kind of vehicle he drives and what color it was. The Sasquatch was watching him from about 150 yards away.”

Late one night Hues was speaking on the phone with a woman in New Jersey who has experienced the Sasquatch but remains skeptical. He was able, through the eyes of the Sasquatch watching the woman’s house, to tell her physical facts about her home and its location that he could not possibly have known.

Then he told her, “If you go outside on your porch, you’ll hear bird calls.” She went to the porch, waited, and said, “I don’t hear any birds.”

Hues queried the Sasquatch, who told him it would be a surprise, a message Hues relayed to her. Over the woman’s cell phone Hues then heard, at 1 a.m., an entire flock of crows starting to call. Crows, of course, are not nocturnal. They are active during the day.

Hues attributes the late night sounds of a flock of crows to the Sasquatch watching the woman’s house. “They can mimic almost anything,” he says. The woman was stunned into silence.

Another example of the Sasquatch sense of humor involved a woman in Oklahoma, who set up set up a camera out in the woods about 2 feet off the ground to capture images of wild animals for her grandchildren. The Sasquatch kept covering up the lens with deadfall and brush.

One night she was fed up. She set up the camera again, put her hands on her hips, and said in an agitated voice, “This is my game camera and I’m not trying to take a picture of you. I’m trying to get pictures of rabbits, dear, possums, and so on to show to my grandchildren. Leave my game camera alone!”

The next morning, she came out and pulled the memory card, and found photographs on it. She sent Hues a perfect picture of a raccoon staring right into the lens. The raccoon is resting on a really big index finger. Next to the raccoon’s head is a really big thumb. A Sasquatch held a baby raccoon in front of the camera to take a picture. Another photo from the woman shows a rabbit looking directly into the camera from about a foot away. The ears of the rabbit are right together over the top of its head, held by a really big hand.

OK. OK. We’ll get you a picture of a wild animal. Sorry.

Hues says the Sasquatch also find great humor in scaring human beings. He relates a story about his friend, Bill, who has been adopted by one of the Sasquatch tribes around the College Station area. Bill drove out to be with the clan and parked his truck in a field, waiting and waiting.

Finally Bill reached out with his mind to the clan chief and asked, “Where are you?”

“I’m close.”

Bill flipped open his cell phone, turned on his camera, and said, “OK. I know how you are. If you try to scare me like you did last time, I’m going to take a picture of you.”

“Too late.”

“What do you mean, ‘too late’?”

The 8.5-foot-tall male popped up about 6 inches from Bill’s truck window on the driver’s side and bellowed into the truck as loud as he could.

Shaking, Bill managed to snap a picture that he later showed to Hues. It revealed teeth that looked similar to a gorrilla’s but bigger, from the nose down because the Sasquatch was so close to the truck when the photo was taken. His tongue was grey with black spots on it and the lips were just as black as fresh road tar.

“That surprised me at first,” Hues says. “Then I thought, Every human has different colored lips than their skins. Guess that makes sense.”

When the Sasquatch could not elicit fear from him, Hues suspects he became interesting to them. Hmmm. We need to study this one. He’s not acting like a normal human.”

Eventually, Hues’ relationship with the Sasquatch became even closer. One day he and Bill were camping out in the woods. Hues took a seat on a dead tree trunk and Bill started to take Hues’ picture, then shifted the camera lens to the right and snapped the shutter.

Hues understood only when he returned home and looked at the photograph. Behind him, maybe 40 feet away, on the left and right sides of the same tree, two young Sasquatch were watching. One had grey skin and black hair and the other had black skin and black hair.

“We must have made some kind of breakthrough because I know they wouldn’t be letting their kids come around us if they didn’t trust us,” Hues says.

Once the Sasquatch were comfortable with Hues and his friend being close to their children, an elder Sasquatch tried to get Hues to play a game.

“Just take hotdog with you,” the elder mindspoke to him. “Hold it in hand. Open hand and close your eyes.”A young Sasquatch would take the food out of Hues’ hand if he closed his eyes, the elder explained.

“Hell, no! I ain’t playing that game,” Hues replied in his thoughts. “You guys need to come straight at me. Just be bold, brave, and brazen and come on out at me. Don’t make any bones about it and don’t scare me.”

(The third and final part in this series explores Hues’ purpose for contacting the Sasquatch and his thoughts on what they might teach human beings who are open to learning.)



Candace Talmadge writes about the intersection of unexplained mysteries and spirituality. Her blog is StoneScribe (www.healingstonebooks.com/stonescribe) and her speculative fiction is the Green Stone of Healing(r) series (www.greenstoneofhealing.com).

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Comment icon #85 Posted by T Hues 11 years ago
Back on topic please. I'm not going to ask again. Oh that's fine you don't have to. 0-)
Comment icon #86 Posted by Leonardo 11 years ago
Mr Hues, I am curious regarding why telepathy should develop in a species capable of vocalisation. In your story, and other anecdotes, you describe both the Sasquatch and some humans (including yourself) as being capable of telepathy, yet you appear to be very capable of communicating verbally. After all, this is why we have well-developed vocal chords as well as a constructed language. The Sasquatch also are, at least according to other alleged encounters, very capable vocalisers. I can understand the use of telepathy as a literary device to facilitate some communication between very differen... [More]
Comment icon #87 Posted by T Hues 11 years ago
Mr Hues, I am curious regarding why telepathy should develop in a species capable of vocalisation. In your story, and other anecdotes, you describe both the Sasquatch and some humans (including yourself) as being capable of telepathy, yet you appear to be very capable of communicating verbally. After all, this is why we have well-developed vocal chords as well as a constructed language. The Sasquatch also are, at least according to other alleged encounters, very capable vocalisers. I can understand the use of telepathy as a literary device to facilitate some communication between very differen... [More]
Comment icon #88 Posted by Swede 11 years ago
Oh no sweety, you think whatever you'd like to hey. I know what I've said and there's always someone like you to put their own spin on it. lol You just go right ahead and think whatever you want to but I'm not going to sit here and quietly take your ridicule. Keep that in mind. hehehehe Once again, a rather interesting response. It may be speculated that an individual who has publicly professed (in multiple mediums) to have evidence of numerous phenomena and events that have yet to be documented by an extensive range of qualified scientific and historical disciplines would be a bit more forthc... [More]
Comment icon #89 Posted by Leonardo 11 years ago
Well Leanord I wouldn't say it's something that's developed in humans as much as it is something humans have forgotten about. Humans do things everyday and attach some label to it inaccurately describing what they just experienced. The word coincidence occurs alot with people, other words like blind luck, intuition, instinctive and so on. You'll find most humans with altered thinking about what's possible and what isn't in this country at least because of the dogmas from science and religion. For myself and other life forms I've spoken with telepathy is much more efficient than spoken language... [More]
Comment icon #90 Posted by The Skeptic Eric Raven 11 years ago
Oh please explain for us how me stating his thoughts are his own and to keep them is an insult. That appears to be a matter of perception from you without any other data to go on. I could be wrong though. As far as other people having manners it would seem important for them to show them in the first place before I reflect said manners back to them hey? There's plenty of people on this forum that have shown common courtesy and respect and some of them I've spoken to on skype as well as sharing photos and recordings. They get respect from me in return. It's such a simple concept really that som... [More]
Comment icon #91 Posted by Sweetpumper 11 years ago
T Hues, I sent you a PM. I'd love to see these pictures.
Comment icon #92 Posted by T Hues 11 years ago
Thank you for you honest reply, Mr Hues. Regarding the 'telephone phenomenon' you describe, infrequently this happens to me. However, my conclusion of why this happens differs from your own, for several reasons. First, usually those people who call us on the telephone most frequently are usually those whom we know most well; friends, family, etc, or those with whom we are currently engaged in some interaction with, otherwise. The number of 'random people' who call us on the telephone is actually extremely small. It is not unusual, therefore, that we would be able to guess correctly who's calli... [More]
Comment icon #93 Posted by Leonardo 11 years ago
and that's what I'm talking about Leanord when I say people will come up with words or phrases to explain what's going on. People will 'come up with explanations for what's going on' in the same manner you have 'come up with a explanation'. Different people know different things, so quite often those 'explanations' for something do not match. How we then determine what 'explanation' is the most likely is by examining the evidence that is not (or hopefully not) subject to interpretation or opinion, and that is usually what we might call 'hard evidence' and not simply what someone says. This is ... [More]
Comment icon #94 Posted by T Hues 11 years ago
People will 'come up with explanations for what's going on' in the same manner you have 'come up with a explanation'. Different people know different things, so quite often those 'explanations' for something do not match. How we then determine what 'explanation' is the most likely is by examining the evidence that is not (or hopefully not) subject to interpretation or opinion, and that is usually what we might call 'hard evidence' and not simply what someone says. This is not to say we must consider people dishonest, simply that, as I said above, different people know different things. Science... [More]


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