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post #1381 of 3498 Old 07-07-2009, 05:21 PM
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looks like a kind of military jet or something to me. thats pretty cool!!




those look close to these i found on eglin as well these are f-4's

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post #1382 of 3498 Old 07-08-2009, 08:36 PM
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during the winter my buddies an i were out wheeling in PA. it snowed the night before and there was fresh tracks everywhere. suddenly about an hour into our trip, mind u its now dark, my buddy up front tells me he sees blood all over the trail in front of him. i can hear him freaking out and im thinking wtf these hillbillies gone off and whacked somebody. we get out of the jeeps and start lookin around. we spot some drag marks but no significant predator tracks. we follow these marks about 30 feet off the trail and sure enough a dead deer was laying there. poor thing looked raped. its a*****e was eaten up pretty bad along with the rest of its body. needless to say it scared the **** out of us.
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during the winter my buddies an i were out wheeling in PA. it snowed the night before and there was fresh tracks everywhere. suddenly about an hour into our trip, mind u its now dark, my buddy up front tells me he sees blood all over the trail in front of him. i can hear him freaking out and im thinking wtf these hillbillies gone off and whacked somebody. we get out of the jeeps and start lookin around. we spot some drag marks but no significant predator tracks. we follow these marks about 30 feet off the trail and sure enough a dead deer was laying there. poor thing looked raped. its a*****e was eaten up pretty bad along with the rest of its body. needless to say it scared the **** out of us.
Near me, someone was capturing deer, tying them to the ground, and doing holeshots off of them with a studded snowmobile. They would then hang them from the trees to bleed out.


They closed the portions of trails where that happened for the rest of the year.

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thats seriously f****d up

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during the winter my buddies an i were out wheeling in PA. it snowed the night before and there was fresh tracks everywhere. suddenly about an hour into our trip, mind u its now dark, my buddy up front tells me he sees blood all over the trail in front of him. i can hear him freaking out and im thinking wtf these hillbillies gone off and whacked somebody. we get out of the jeeps and start lookin around. we spot some drag marks but no significant predator tracks. we follow these marks about 30 feet off the trail and sure enough a dead deer was laying there. poor thing looked raped. its a*****e was eaten up pretty bad along with the rest of its body. needless to say it scared the **** out of us.


It sounds more like a these would be the answer to what you found, especially with the hind quarters ate it sounds like wild dogs




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Or could have been one of these...


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my vote is the Jackalope you know how Vicious these killing machines are

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x2 on the jackalope

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i think it was a wild pack of these

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I found some sheet metal and logs someone had thrown in this huge mud puddle (I mean huge). Anyway, when everyone started noticing there tires getting slices on them we began to wonder. We came back to that hole months later and the water had gone down enough to see sheet metal protruding. We're positive some d-bags put it there.

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I found some sheet metal and logs someone had thrown in this huge mud puddle (I mean huge). Anyway, when everyone started noticing there tires getting slices on them we began to wonder. We came back to that hole months later and the water had gone down enough to see sheet metal protruding. We're positive some d-bags put it there.
We get that in our trails too. And whats stupid, is that its done by fellow wheelers. Theres NO WAY any random person would take the time to drive through here and dump a broken up couch. (there was wood, nails, and cushions everywhere in this stretch of soup.




And whats even more ridiculous......this was on PRIVATE LAND. (d-bags were trespassing AND dumping on our trails.) They also tore the HELL out of our once nice woodland trails. They used to meander through the woods and go in/ out of a nice ravine. But someone came through there with some big bogging truck and rutted up those trails so bad you need 40's to make it through there now.

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those look close to these i found on eglin as well these are f-4's

^^^^^Those are F-4's


That "unknown plane" Actually looks more like a T-38C Trainer used by the Air Force



(EDIT: Sorry I quoted the wrong Post. Yes. Those Pictured are F-4 Phantoms. My dad co-piloted on one, i think in Vietnam IIRC.)

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Here my find on Eglin AFB Reservation last September. I'm not very versed with my jets but maybe someone here can identify fuselage.

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Look at the intakes on the side, totally different.

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Look at the intakes on the side, totally different.
I'm still trying to figure it out.. It cant be and F4 because its too small..

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nevermind.

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