Twist

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  • Have you ever had an encounter with a sasquatch-like creature?
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  1. The where, a million dollar question. What Drew says is valid and needs to be addressed. Reports tell us it is virtually all over the N.American continent. Why can't we get legit tangible evidence? Something doesn't add up. Putting up the defenses and claiming it's an ignorant statement only stalls the process, sticking your head in the sand doesn't change the situation.
  2. Interesting, nice little glimpse into the PGF world most of us will never get to experience. That being said, to long to watch, I just skipped around to various points and watched for 10-15 secs.
  3. Well I figured you weren't buying into that story, I've come to find you to have more common sense than that.
  4. Those types of stories that Norse posted are fun to read but that's all I take them for, a story. They seemed to make a point of loading some standard cliches into it. Entertaining none the less.
  5. That brings up a question JDL. How does bigfoot view killing and does it respect the animals it kills so to say. Does a BF use all of the animal so as not to waste it? If a BF came across a herd would it kill as many as it could or only take what it thinks it needs? I do not believe there are many animals that kill for fun or sport but the closer BF is to man, does it change his propensity for "the hunt"
  6. I might be forgetting details but rather than making up a BF story I'd just keep my mouth shut.
  7. I think it comes down to risk/reward for most large predators. An encounter with another animal it's equal size or close has a greater chance of injury despit possibly winning the fight. In the animal world a serious injury could lead to death in time. Unless there is a specific motivation such as young, food etc they pick their battles wisely and probably avoid unnecessary risk.
  8. That's an interesting report and brings up a lot of questions behaviorally about BF. It really demonstrates the possiblity of them possessing cognitive thinking skills beyond that of a normal animal.
  9. I think that last line Joe is the key. Let them come to you. It would take exceptional luck and skill to stalk/hint one given our current knowledge base.
  10. ^^^ Not that I've had any luck at it but I also believe we are the bait. Its one of the reasons when I go out into the woods all I do is camp. I assume they will find me if they are around and want to engage. If not they will avoid me and searching for them in their habitat may be a practice in futility for the most part, like playing the lottery. I'd be happy with another good sasquatch sighting, but I'd be ecstatic about the lottery. RE: Triton - I can personally say that he has been very helpful and more than willing to work with me via PM when talking about a potential camping trip I want to make down to the TN/GA area. Seems like a pretty stand up guy to me.
  11. Joe, I apologize if this has already been asked. The theory seems to be that a BF did a low crawl or some army crawl to reach the bait. Were there any signs of this mode of transportation. One would expect there to be knee or elbow marks in and out of the mud. Short of some sort of flying, the BF had to leave some sort of coming and goings.
  12. I believe it was mentioned previously in this thread previously but at over 1knposts I'll just ask. What if any tracks were near this lay?
  13. No your dead right about how I was using the word. I do however believe your meaning to make more sense. I've only had my one possible experience to date and nada since then. I keep an eye out and seen odd things but I've left them all unclassified in my mind. No evidence to move the needle in any direction let alone towards the abnormal.
  14. ^^. That's a sad thing to hear SWWASAS, not just for BF but all fauna in that area. We truly are the most destructive force this planet has ever seen.
  15. I think this method would achieve results just as well as camping and not acknowledging BF in any form. My reasoning that BF's curiosity is peaked by us doing what we do. To them is and our actions are foreign enough that it caused curiosity. That being said, your approach is as good as any and should most definitely be employed as a new tactic. Almost anything is worth a try.