KEALAKEKUA, HAWAII - Years ago I went hiking down to the Captain Cook monument with friends after planning to do it for a few weeks, after I had heard it was kind of challenging. I wanted to gear up and be prepared for a fun adventure. Compass and camera in hand, we set out on a new adventure.
The hike down the un-maintained trail to monument took about about 1.5 hours and is considered a moderately difficult hike, with lots of large ankle-twisting rocks on the trail, elevation changes and lack of nearby shade & resources. Imagine living out here in the ancient days and relying on underground water aquifers, having to catch your own food, and surviving against not only the elements but also invading bands of warriors. Pretty awesome stuff!
After enjoying the fruits of a few wild fruit trees, we arrived at our destination. I could easily understand why this area was at one time heavily inhabited and there existed a village nearby. We saw a school of Yellow Tang swimming around Cook's death marker, which was under about two inches of water at the time. In case you didn't realize, Captain James Cook was killed on this day, February 14, 1779, in Kealakekua Bay on the west coast of the Big Island. The story involves many details that I won't get in to here, but basically he had taken advantage of their kindness, and karma came back to get him. That's how it works especially on the Big Island, with all the vortex energy. Kealakekua translates to "pathway of the gods," and for Captain Cook, this was an untimely realization.
Nowadays, all you encounter when you're down there are loads of tourists and historical dinner cruises trying to get close enough to snap a photo of the monument. #captaincookmonument
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Recalling my possible Bigfoot encounter which happened in 2011 while I was hiking to the Tamanowas Sanctuary Rock in Chimacum, Washington with my then partner Grace and her two teenage sons. We all heard and experienced the same event, which was quite frightening. This is the first time I have ever come forward about this, and this took place before I became a paranormal investigator and researcher.
I will never forget that day...
Special guest appearance by my friend and renowned Bigfoot researcher Ron Morehead, author of "The Quantum Bigfoot" and "Voices in the Wilderness" and producer of the "Sierra Sounds" (actual Bigfoot language) who gives his take on my personal encounter.
Check out Ron's website http://RonMorehead.com and read about his latest Bigfoot research. See him around the country at various conferences and conventions, too. He's a very active figure in cryptozoology. Thanks for your time and company, Ron!
The Quantum Bigfoot: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0985115157
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