Why do you think my brother is the one standing next to it and I'm the one with the camera. The smart one in the family. Plus I was the one with the gun to put him out of his misery before the tree finished him off.
In your experience does it often only strike a single spot on a tree? Most of what I've seen online was multiple locations on a tree/ against the trunk, plus we did not see anything like it in the vicinity, nor on the way back.
Not doubting, just wanting a fuller picture (I focused on animals- they are more fun to hunt!), plus more info on what is out there is never a bad thing- just glad that others had no idea as well.