Hope you are all well down in Devonshire!
I'm now full
time at the National Theatre but do miss my foray into filming with you all.
I'm having thoughts about a second documentary about EVP which fascinates me but
probably not in your field of expertise.
Somebody posted this on my
website about the Devil's Footprints that I thought you may be interested in
The shape fits that of the clasper of a male giant
dragonfly-like entity. The clasper is a horseshoe shape appendage located at the
end of it’s tail for grasping the female during mating. If the male giant
dragonfly is low on energy in cold weather, then it could hop on it’s tail as
opposed to walking on it’s legs to save energy. Strange but true? See here for a
photo match; (http://www.sciforums.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=6638&d=1380878914)
very best to you and team, Nick Flintoff.