Holme Fen, Wood Knocks, Gamekeeper Reports Wood Knocking

This is an account that came in through the Report a Bigfoot Sighting in the UK, my UK Facebook Page, The witness Mr. RJC shared this in a message with me: Hi I was recently down at Holme Fen which is an area of Special Scientific Interest, and an area which I have visited hundreds of times … The woods here are diverse and full of Silver Birch, Beach and Oak trees.  Wild life abounds with many species of native and visiting bird life.  The area has fisheries and The Great Fen is a 50-year project to create a huge wetland area. One of the largest restoration projects of its type in Europe, the landscape of the Fens between Peterborough and Huntingdon is being transformed for the benefit both of wildlife and of people.

When I was there I heard knocking on the the trees. A distinctive Knocking and it was a double knock which I know was not deer or humans messing about. This knocking sounded like wood on wood, as if someone or something was knocking on the tree.  It stood our and I think it was meant too.

I have a background in game keeping, so I am used to the usual noises you would hear outdoors in nature, this was different and it stood out, what I heard was unusual enough that I felt very uneasy when I heard this sound….. it intrigued me and worried me at the same time.

As I Walked I kept looking everywhere but all I could see were Munkjac deer which seemed to be acting in an uneasy manner, almost unsettled. I  keep visiting this site and will continue to do so, and I am sure that something strange happened on this day, something out of the ordinary ..I just thought I would share this with you, and I will keep you updated if anything else happens.

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Another area where an estuary makes easy access between fields and shore with many resources in between. This does seem to be an emerging pattern with the sightings.  And something worth noting I think.  Between coast and field resources would be plentiful and the change in habitats would enable use of many different resources and Eco systems.  Caldecote Dyke and Holme Lode Drain,also run through this forest and it is but a walk away from RAF Alcolnbury and the many accounts of the Hard Stand Monster and the Standing wolf.  And situated with Nature Reserves on all side and other accounts from not to far away?  It will be interesting to see if any other accounts come in from the Area.


D. L. Hatswell 7/1/18 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GzIsOAxU9GE&feature=youtu.be

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