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Where Are The Dead Sasquatch?

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There have been numerous reports of BF collisions with cars.  In all cases in which I am aware either the BF, car, or both sped off.

36 minutes ago, norseman said:

http://cryptomundo.com/bigfoot-report/us-special-forces-take-out-killer-bigfoot/

 

Dave Schrader received a letter from an anonymous man, claiming to be a former U.S. Special Forces operative, regarding a mission he was apart of back in the early 1990s:

“In the early 90s, I was with the ‘Teams’ in the Navy. We were sanctioned by an alphabet government agency to put a stop to several aggressive Sasquatch in the high country in western North Carolina. We all thought it was a joke at the mission briefing but it was no joke. My partner (in our team of twelve) was my swim buddy. He was Native American. This man wasn’t scared of anything. Before we were ordered to go out, during the briefing, all of these agents were showing us slides of what these creatures did to people; adults and children alike, as well as the damage done to vehicles and homes. Anyway, my buddy turned white with sheer fear. He told me, ‘This is bad. Really bad.’

When we arrived in the little mountain village town, the sheriff met us. He told us that he’d never been so happy to see the cavalry since he’d been in Korea. He showed us the actual places where, as he put it, ‘this is where those f**kers, those big hairy demons, destroyed this’, or killed him, her or them, there. My buddy was taking everything in like I never saw him before. After talking with the sheriff, our lieutenant told us to fire up because we’re going hunting. As we were getting our gear ready, my buddy said to me, ‘You know, I always thought my grandfather was just telling me scary stories about he and his brothers when they fought the wild men.’

We started in around 1400. By 1600, we found lots and lots of tracks. We started tracking them. We made out at least seven different individuals. We made first contact at around 1930 and it was almost dark. The point man stopped dead in his tracks and spoke into his headset, ‘I see one, it’s f**king huge!’ The lieutenant said, ‘If you have the shot, take it.’ He shot this massive hairy beast with a 7.62 millimetre round and it acted like a mosquito bit him. This creature turned around and let out with a God-awful roar. Our point man quickly switched to full auto. This time the creature dropped like a rock after ten 7.62 millimetre rounds cut up his chest.

After first contact, the agents radioed in and said they wanted one alive. Our lieutenant told them to go screw themselves. It took three days and nights with almost no sleep but we dropped seven hairy bastards. We found the missing people, or rather what was left of them. We had one casualty when a team member was snatched straight up into a tree. There was nothing anyone could have done for him. To this day, thinking of those three days sends chills down my spine. You wont find those three days in any military record or mission log.

Going into our mission debriefing where normally we are asked a thousand and one questions about every shot fired, every angle we fired from, every angle we fired on etc., we were simply told that the past three days we were doing rigorous mountain training and during that training period we lost a man. And, with that, the debriefing team stood up and walked out. Now normally we have individual debriefing for the whole team but this was the one and only time it was just team.

So to answer your next question, after three days government agents came in and removed all seven corpses and flew them out.”

 

There is is a similar story with a single BF at Ft. Drum in upstate NY.

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For me, this invokes images of the Dennis Martin abduction as well where special forces were involved in a nearby but separate search.  

 

MIB

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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.

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Well I figured you weren't buying into that story, I've come to find you to have more common sense than that.

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The red flags for Incorrigible1's 'story' to me are if this guy lived in Spokane and hiked and camped in the area,  it's Mt St Helens, not Helen. There were no roads for years afterwards into the blowdown area. They wouldn't have been driving anywhere near where any bigfoot would have taken shelter. Last but not least either the doctor talked bigfoot or the bigfoot spoke some known language. Neither very likely. Let alone any kind of passive cooperation. Somebody has a good imagination. I know I will hear something from those that converse regularly with bigfoot. 

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5 hours ago, Twist said:

Well I figured you weren't buying into that story, I've come to find you to have more common sense than that.

 

 

Thanks.

 

I would buy into any story that had a shred of evidence to back it up. 

 

Well I'll at least this story could prove standing wrong about SEALs vs Sasquatch!!!!

 

SEALs: 7

 

Sasquatch: 1

 

;)

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On 4/17/2017 at 4:57 PM, BigTreeWalker said:

You make it sound like people get run down all the time... Millions, really, I think your numbers are a lot skewed. How many of those 'millions' were in the middle of town? 

 

You should think a little about animal collisions and the car being totaled. Which is the usual outcome when you hit something big, even deer. So if bigfoot are being hit by cars and mortally wounded then as others have stated above, there's something else going on. If it was a glancing blow then bigfoot probably just walked or limped off and no one bothered to stop and check it out. 

Plenty of people are killed by cars even in the back country, since no Bigfoot will be produced we can speculate as to why and you can argue.

It's what keeps places like BFF going.

A perpetual motion machine.

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14 minutes ago, Cryptic Megafauna said:

Plenty of people are killed by cars even in the back country, since no Bigfoot will be produced we can speculate as to why and you can argue.

It's what keeps places like BFF going.

A perpetual motion machine.

It's funny I state some facts about your faulty numbers and animal car collisions in general and you call it arguing. The perpetual motion comes in when subjects that have been covered in this thread and many others keep coming up. You want hypotheses, many have been stated, and they are not all hocus pocus as you have insinuated in your previous post. You must have a crystal ball, because that's what the statement 'no Bigfoot will be produced' would take to be true. 

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51 minutes ago, BigTreeWalker said:

It's funny I state some facts about your faulty numbers and animal car collisions in general and you call it arguing. The perpetual motion comes in when subjects that have been covered in this thread and many others keep coming up. You want hypotheses, many have been stated, and they are not all hocus pocus as you have insinuated in your previous post. You must have a crystal ball, because that's what the statement 'no Bigfoot will be produced' would take to be true. 

 

Nearly 1.3 million people die in road crashes each year, on average 3,287 deaths a day. An additional 20-50 million are injured or disabled. More than half of all road traffic deaths occur among young adults ages 15-44.

 

As far as insults...:guitar:

 

But not a Bigfoot...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 hours ago, Incorrigible1 said:

True.jpeg

That goes double here!

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6 hours ago, Cryptic Megafauna said:

Nearly 1.3 million people die in road crashes each year, on average 3,287 deaths a day.

 

yeah, So what? 

 

Finish your claim, what does that prove?

 

 

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10 hours ago, Cryptic Megafauna said:

 

Nearly 1.3 million people die in road crashes each year, on average 3,287 deaths a day. An additional 20-50 million are injured or disabled. More than half of all road traffic deaths occur among young adults ages 15-44.

 

As far as insults...:guitar:

 

But not a Bigfoot...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

That goes double here!

 

 

There's many ways to also look at this . The total of forest and wilderness areas in the U.S that totals no roads or freeways is 109,127,689 acres .

 

That's over 100 million acres in the U.S with no roads where a large creature could live and not be hit by a car .

 

 

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I recognize Cryptic's numbers as total automobile fatalities; of which car pedestrian accidents are only a smaller percentage of the total. In order to compare that to people being hit by cars and bigfoot not, you would need car/pedestrian fatality data for rural areas, not cities, in order to make a legitimate comparison. Good luck on finding those numbers. 

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