Skip to comments.Video: Possible Hominid - McKenzie River, Central Oregon
Posted on 09/08/2010 2:06:28 AM PDT by shibumi
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You got yourself an early cup o’ Texas Mud today!
They are never spotted by anyone with a decent camera and the skill to use it. This is suspicious in it’s own right.
Got up to let the cat out and got captured by an interesting thread...
Bigfoots obviously have the ability to defocus your camera at long distances.
I read that one, but was not moved to comment.
"Yeah, I've seen 'em do that. Seriously!"
(Fat guy on the left doing the talking.)
the last bigfoot guy had a rotting dead gorilla or something... 10 points for creativity; what the hell do you with a rotting dead gorilla...? go viral...
as someone who has spent years in the nether lands, i can assure all that the scariest most unearthly thing you will meet in the woods will have car keys in its pocket, and a ba well above .10
there is nothing new under the sun that some nitwit aint already caught, shot, or tried to hump.
if you really have wood for this crap, check out the alien autopsies... for the youngers of course. tis all human creativity and fake as fake can be.
Damn. How many vacations are the Obama’s going to take?
Why isn’t this in Breaking News?
I saw the video a few days ago. The BFRO web site has info on the clip, a long with a map of the location.
This YouTube video shot in 2008 briefly shows what may be a sasquatch in central Oregon, on the McKenzie River. At this stage it is just a “figure of interest”. A dark, long-armed figure stood up and walked away from the edge of the river as the two whitewater row boats passed by. The cameraman was shooting a YouTube installment for a fly fisherman’s blog site.
It appears from the video that the rowers didn’t notice the movement on the river bank. Understandably, they were focused on running the rapids, and the cameraman was focused on keeping the other boat in frame.
How do they know it’s a homo-nid? Neat home? Coordinated clothing?
Your correct there. When my friends and I hike the NW Cascades, we always carry. And it's not to ward off cougars, bears, bull elk, and Big Foot. It's for those scum bags you can and do run into. We seen it all. Mobile meth labs, mushroom pickers, Illegals, people who manage hidden plots of pot, and others keeping a low profile away from the law and other people. Their out there, and keep in mind the more remote the campground the better they like it.
Can’t believe that thing made it to over 400 posts
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