Skip to comments.Finding Bigfoot Live Thread
Posted on 02/19/2012 7:10:59 PM PST by matt04
Feb 19, 10:00 pm
The team travels to Kentucky to investigate a piece of footage that seems to show the glowing eyes of a bigfoot. With locals reporting activity in Daniel Boone National Forest, the team tries a new search technique to see there really are bigfoots in KY.
I have been into Bigfoot since I was a kid and my logic adult mind I say no way such a thing could exist, yet a part says anything is possible.
The place feels 'squatchy'! What more evidence is needed?
Why Kentucky? One can easily spot two of them wandering around 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when not otherwise globetrotting on vacation...
Check 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. I hear it likes boob belts and dredging out as much from the public trough as humanly possible.
Even with quite rare animals, such as the Florida panther, one eventually gets hit be a car, or a carcass is found. This hasn’t happened with Bigfoot. If there are any Bigfoots, they aren’t in reasonably populated or traveled areas. There is no such thing as Bigfoot. Sorry.
Disclaimer: I am as big a fan of cryptozoology as anyone, and a big fan of Bernard Heuvelmanns. (On the Track of Unknown Animals is one of the most interesting books ever written.) I’m not saying that there aren’t some unusual things still out there someone, but simply that Bigfoot—at least in the lower 48 states—just isn’t one of them.
Living in Oregon my entire life and knowing thousands who have hunted and logged the woods yet never heard of anybody seeing one, it is a hoax. Perhaps they should try Central Park, you know there have been sightings there?
Pray for America
Looks like they get asked those questions next week. Should be fun.
I don't watch much TV but my son was here last week and we watched "Turtleman- Pawn Stars - and several Bigfoot shows.
The Bigfoot show itself is a traveling hoax that just moves around from one part of the country to another. There is a certain fascination to it because you can see otherwise rational people telling some incredible stories.
If a big foot existed it would have been shot by a hunter, tracked down by dogs, killed by a grizzly bear, hit by a vehicle, died in the forest from natural causes or an accident,or got dementia and wandered into a town. So far, no body. And there won't be one.
Branch snap = Bigfoot, no questions asked. Pathetic.
I can't figure out if they're all just goofing around or if they really believe the crap they spout.
"Look, these trees are broken at just the height a bigfoot would break them at."
All very scientificky. Now I have to buy my kids "Gone Squatchin'" hats.
How about 1600 Penn Ave in D.C.?
This is beyond being a joke.
I’ve never seen a Bigfoot...but I’ve been out camping a lot and have heard some very strange noises...so I’m pretty sure they exist.
I’m going with the latter. They admit to finding no evidence, but the know they are in Kentucky, specifically the Daniel Boon National Forrest.
I don't equate this show with true scientific interest in the phenomenon.
It is like stating global warming caused by mankind is a fact because everyone believes it is.
I am careful to point out to my kids that all of these people are actors and are only on tv to sell the sponsors products.
No, today’s Nephalim all live in hollywood right out in the open for all to gaze on. :-)
Those strange noises are probably bigfoot calls coming from the lunatics on that show. - Tom
When I was a kid in the mid 50's there was an area of Chacahoula swamp we kids avoided like the plague.
Farm workers wouldn't work the adjacent fields without being armed.
What was seen every now and then by them was the complete Bigfoot description.
Nobody down here had heard of Bigfoot or Sasquatch or what ever back then.
Makes me wonder just remembering back.
OK, that’s good stuff. Same idea separated by only 49s.
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