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The Best, Most Plausible, Detailed Bigfoot Reports (by SSR Score)

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Everyone likes a good Bigfoot story. It just so happens that the BFF SSR project scores each sighting and the best reports score the highest.

 

In this thread, we will post the best, most plausible and detailed Bigfoot reports based on the SSR score. Not all at once of course, but a few each week.

 

Enjoy!

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This report scores an 8 (out of 10). It's from the State of Washington in 2003. BFRO Report 22475:

 

http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=22475

 

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The following is an account by Bart Cutino of the BFRO with Cliff Barrackman. It scores a 9 and it happened in the State of Washington. BFRO report 26065:

 

http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=26065

 

 

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1 hour ago, gigantor said:

Everyone likes a good Bigfoot story. It just so happens that the BFF SSR project scores each sighting and the best reports score the highest.

 

In this thread, we will post the best, most plausible and detailed Bigfoot reports based on the SSR score. Not all at once of course, but a few each week.

 

Enjoy!

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This report scores an 8 (out of 10). It's from the State of Washington in 2003. BFRO Report 22475:

 

http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=22475

 

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The following is an account by Bart Cutino of the BFRO with Cliff Barrackman. It scores a 9 and it happened in the State of Washington. BFRO report 26065:

 

http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=26065

 

 

 

Bart Cutino was a member of the old forum, going by the moniker Bart Loves Jays or some such thing. He was a fan of the Toronto Blue Jays. I always pegged him as a pretty sensible fellow.

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Yes.     Talk about BF while working for a logging company and you might as well start looking for another job.  If the loggers would talk, researchers would not have to spend so much time looking for active areas.    The loggers know where they are.  

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