It was a pass through and he spun and ran about 40 yards and went down! Because Mass. now allows us to shoot two deer on the same day, I nocked another arrow and sat for about a 1/2 hour. At that point I decided to get down and start getting the dead deer out of the woods. Just as I stepped off of the last tree step I saw another rack buck walking right toward me! He got about 30 yards away and caught the scent of the dead buck and the he spotted it. His attention became totally focused on the dead deer and he stood in one spot for about ten minutes. I was able to put my release back on, unhook my bow from the pull up rope and nock an arrow. The leaves were wet from the rain and snow, so I started to stalk him and got about 20 yards away. He looked like an old buck. He was gray and big! I think he would weigh more than the one I shot, but this guy's rack was goofy. He had a typical left side to an 8-pointer, but his right side was a single spike about 15 inches long with a little brow tine. I wonder if he's an old timer and is going downhill. He stepped into an opening, still focused on the dead buck and I started to draw the bow back, but I let off and decided to let him go. (Seeing as I was supposed to pick up my daughter at college and work tonight!) He started walking up to the dead buck and was posturing - his hair was raised up on his neck and back, his ears were laid back, and he was doing the stiff-legged walk. He got to within five feet of the dead deer and was bobbing his head up and down. At that point I simply stepped out from behind the tree and started walking toward him. He finally noticed me and just stared at me like he couldn't believe a human was less than 30 yards away! Finally he spun around and took about three or four leaps and then stopped and stared at me again. I kept walking toward the dead buck and the old guy finally trotted out of sight!