Mark Andre, an Environmental Services director in Arcata, California, was out in the forest recently cruising timber. This is where one marks timber to be cut. He was marking timber in an area that had not been forested for thirty years when he made an amazing discovery.
Hidden deep in the forest, where no trails even existed, was a cabin built into the scenery so well that he couldn’t even see it until he was literally 12 feet away.
The cabin measured roughly 12 feet by 8 feet and was 15 feet high. It had a cinder block base, with a small porch and wood frame, and was walled with tarps and black cloaking that allowed for minimal light to escape from the inside at dark.
Below is a look at some of the items found inside:
Notice on the “to do” list above, that the first task to be done was marked off of the list back in 2011. It’s believed the cabin may have been there since that time.
Unfortunately, Mark is a henchman of the Federal Government, and he had to deliver an eviction notice to the cabin’s mysterious resident, whoever that was, so he left it pinned to the door.
One month later, Mark returned and found that the cabin’s resident was in the process of moving out.
But Mark was even more surprised when he returned the next day and saw that the mysterious squatter had cleared out entirely and left NO trace that he, or she, had ever been there at all.
He, or she, did, however, leave a marking, noting the direction in which they went.
The symbol below is the international squatter sign. The circle represents their temporary home. The line inside shows that they spend just a little time there, and then the arrow on the outside shows that they’ve moved on.
It’s believed that whoever this mystery squatter is, is older, has lots of experience, and very little material needs.