Surveillance for Your Rural Home


Getting a photograph or video of a sasquatch is just about the hardest thing one could try to do, but opportunities are perhaps best when bigfoots come around rural properties with some regularity.  As technology advances and fancy electronics drop in price, more and more people have access to cool gadgets that keep an eye on things while you’re doing something else, like just living on your property.  There have been some pretty interesting shots of bigfoots over the years taken by security surveillance gear designed for taking photos or videos of human beings (such as this interesting clip from KY).  Below are some cool surveillance cameras that you can try on your property, and who knows?  Maybe you’ll get lucky.  

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Netgear Arlo Camera System with 2 Arlo Wire-Free Indoor/Outdoor HD Cameras/Outdoor Mount

The Arlo camera systems are really great.  They are water and weather proof, making them ideal for outdoor use.  They transmit their signal over WiFi, so while they aren’t ideal for camping situations, but if you have a rural property these work great.  They are wireless and work well with rechargeable batteries (though lithium batteries work best).  You can turn them on or off remotely with your phone, as well as review videos taken or watch the cameras live from anywhere you happen to be.  The above link set you up with two cameras, but you can order a system with more cameras, or even add individual Arlo cameras at a later date.  





FLIR has become the leader in thermal imagers used in wildlife pursuits, and it is in no small part due to bigfooters using their gear.  That is why I was thrilled when I learned about this surveillance system.  This is the least expensive thermal surveillance system I have yet found.  If you think sasquatches can see into the infrared (as I strongly suspect they can), then you don’t want any IR lights on your surveillance systems on your rural property.  This is the answer.  Thermal imagers emit no light at all, so there’s nothing to scare the bigfoots away.  Check out this video for more on this system:

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