Skip to comments.'Bigfoot' hair samples found to be mostly from bears, wolves
Posted on 07/01/2014 6:52:14 PM PDT by Beowulf9
LONDON DNA testing is taking a bite out of the Bigfoot legend. After scientists analyzed more than 30 hair samples reportedly left behind by Bigfoot and similar mythical beasts like the Himalayan Yeti, they found all of them came from more mundane creatures like bears, wolves, cows and raccoons.
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Mostly! Thus proving Bigfoot eats bears a wolves .
LOL! Surprise, surprise.
ROFLMAO!!! Good catch
The Kook to Kook AM fans will be deeply saddened.
Waiting for the really clear, close-up pic (clear telephoto will do) of Bigfoot and his relatives. He sure is camera-shy.
The Bigfoot roar was more like a deep yell, it was cool and haunting at
the same time. It was just another animal in the woods we played in.
Wow, those big feet are trickier than I expected. Maybe they are hairless and just cover themselves with the hair of other animals.
Snoqualmie? I have heard of Snoqualmie! When I was a kid we lived in the city. It was the county seat! Across the sound in Port Townsend. I know we went to Mt. Baker and hurricane ridge. So we must have been to Snoqualmie. We left just after I was in 3rd grade.
Bigfoot looks like Harry Reid.
My grandfather had a resort out of Port Angeles. Heart O The Hills. He ran a pack train up to Hurricane Ridge.
If a Bigfoot jumped in a tank of water with a great white shark, and a grizzly bear, three Chupacabras and a Wendigo, who would win?
The person filming it.
Yeah, that would be a real Battle Royale!
I’d go with the shark if he was lasered.
Bear fierce, wolf cunning, Bigfoot eat your vegetables.
Yes! Thanks. I came on this thread just to see some of your great graphics of the cray cray man doing his schtick
Yeah, the bear is a crowd favorite and strong. But what about the three Chupacabras? And the Wendigo is a real wild card.
So yeah, if they ganged up on the great white maybe, but otherwise, if they’re in water I still say it’s the fish.
The bear would have to get the white from behind to win and he’d be busy fighting of the Wendigo, which is a man-eater. And Chupacabras have fought with Wendigos before, like Orcs and Wargs.
And the grizzly is a lot like a man. Now, if ManBearPig were in the mix, that would change everything.
Bless his heart, he may be certifiably bat-crap, toys in the attic, foaming mad but I love him.
I *never* miss Ancient Aliens and even watch the reruns.
There has never been a finer unintentional comedy on TV.
I rank right up there with Mystery Science Theater. Not sure it ever made it all across the country but was a classic in the SF Bay area
I found what I’m sure was a Bigfoot hair sample in my yard last Saturday morning. Well, it was either a Bigfoot or the coyote that tipped my trash can over. One or the other. Could easily be the Bigfoot, though. Even though I did sight the coyote a couple days earlier. Still, and all, I believe it to be Bigfoot. Maybe I’ll have it analyzed. Even though I know the difference between Bigfoot and coyotes. I’ve seen that film of the Bigfoot, the one where he’s looking back over his shoulder. Coyotes don’t look anywhere near like that.
Now I’m scared of the manbearwolf.
I love MST and MST3K!
I was miserable when SciFi Channel cancelled it.
Once in a while my sig box contains one of my favorite MST3K quotes, “It’s a cult and they worship blue oysters!” but I don’t think anybody ever notices.
Yeah. Big can of MST3K as well....and the cult quote is so classic....I remember that one specifically because I was trying to drink some iced tea and well you can imagine the results.
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