The theory that Bigfoots manipulate their EMF (electromagnetic field) to zap animals isn't too far fetched for some Bigfoot researchers. All animals have an EMF that they give off and the theory is that some animals have a very strong EMF. Before an encounter, some researchers report experiencing a sort of calm where everything goes quiet in the woods and all the animals nearby take off. The researchers will sometimes feel disoriented when it happens.
According to one account, Erickson Project founder Adrian Erickson, said he was once chased out of the forest in Canada by a Bigfoot that was disorienting him and making him delirious. He was said to be so affected by the creatures EMF that he kept getting lost.
Recently, Matt Moneymaker mentioned on tweeter that an engineer named Ric Hjertberg was zapped for several seconds while sleeping inside his car. According to Moneymaker, the mild electrical shock feeling can make it difficult to breath or walk.
Coincidentally, dolphins and bigfoots have ability to stun/spook their prey/competition from a distance. Dolphins do that with sonar clicks.
Bigfoots can stun/spook their prey/competition also. They don't do it with sonar clicks. No one knows how they do it, but it can immobilize.
Bigfoots can stun a human w/in abt 30 feet. The larger the BF, the more powerful the zap. 30 feet is enough distance to stay hidden and safe
RE 30 ft range: How far off the trail/road they can be when they do it. Effects: Mild electrical shock feeling + difficult to breath or walk
Wanting to understand how zapping works, we thought it must be infra-sound until engineer Ric Hjertberg got zapped while sleeping in his car
Hjertberg's windows were rolled up. Movement outside his car then big ZAPPPP for several secs. Infra-sound blast would hv vibrated whole car