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Bigfoot range and population speculation thread.

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Good points SWWASAS, I think migration is a big part of their lifestyle which causes great confusion in our search for them.  In my mind I think following up on reports always puts us days/weeks behind them.

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1 hour ago, wiiawiwb said:

Although some tribes, and perhaps the Skookum if memory serves me, speak about sasquatch and say that we do not go where they live. A statement of both respect and fear.

 

For the salish speaking tribes around me, he was the night time boogeyman. And was considered a kidnapper of women and to be feared.

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48 minutes ago, Twist said:

Good points SWWASAS, I think migration is a big part of their lifestyle which causes great confusion in our search for them.  In my mind I think following up on reports always puts us days/weeks behind them.

 

Here, I'm pretty confident there are both migratory and resident groups.   Some of the lower elevation valleys to the west only get intermittent snow in winter.   There are a couple places that seem to have year around bigfoot activity.    They only seem to be present toward the end of summer / very early fall in the high mountains.   This suggests they've gone somewhere for winter, then returned.   They don't seem to return quite as early as the game animals, gap of as much as 2 months.     I'm not entirely convinced those that are "migrating" are doing just a 1 year cycle.  There seem to be indications of a 3-4-5 year pattern.  There may be bigfoots almost every year but it's not necessarily always the same ones each year.   (This is a guess ... I can't validate the evidence for it.)

 

Following up on reports ... exactly.   That is why the "4 horsemen" didn't have personal sightings, they were always headed for where the bigfoots just left.   Somewhat deliberate sightings are only possible where patterns have been established whether that's at a habituation setting or in a places with predictable annual activity.    We're able to do what we're able to do, to the degree we're able to do it (which is still far from complete) because we've got the benefit of their experience to leverage.

 

IMHO of course. :)

 

MIB

 

 

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Habituators. PGF provides more proof of bigfoot than has ever been submitted for actual habituation. Bigfoot could conceivably exist. Habituators? Heh!

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IMO, real habituators are extremely wary of others learning about their situation. Am aware of three (3) such people (NE OK, NC & MS) that had major issues with trespassers (some armed) and all were outed by the same so-called BF organization after leaks occurred with what the habituators (at the time) considered trusted sources.

 

These individuals would no more publicly come to a site such as BFF than they would let the kids play in the highway. The angst this creates for some BF groups is probably (IMO) why they tend to be so vicious once they have a bit of intel on them.

 

 

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This may be unfair. But when I think of a habituator? This is what i think of.

 

 

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I've always said that if anyone was going to get the goods on a sasquatch it would one person in the forest keeping a very low profile for an extended period of time.  It would NOT be 4 plus people doing a hootananny. 

 

A guy like Les Stroud (by himself) living off the land for a month.  You would hopefully be able to catch any migratory sasquatches going through and maybe be lucky enough to find a location where there is a habituator(s).

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^ possibly and that's assuming that the BF walks within 30 yards of his camp, when he's up and around, and he's paying attention.  It's not a needle in the haystack, it's two needles landing near each other in a hay stack. 

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No, you just wait for Bigfoot to run out of garlic....

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3 hours ago, Yuchi1 said:

IMO, real habituators are extremely wary of others learning about their situation.

 

They seem to shout to the world their "situation."

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There are a couple incidents (Florida & Concho Casino) where they were observed dumpster diving. Maybe, Pizza Hut is the place to set up shop?

1 minute ago, Incorrigible1 said:

They seem to shout to the world their "situation."

 

The operative word is "real".

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If the operative word is "real," they've done a urine-poor job of providing a whit of evidence.

 

C'mon, pour it on! "Habituators don't need, nor want to provide any proof!" Shout it to the heavens!

 

And I laugh.

No, I sneer. Habituators are a freaking joke.

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And, perhaps you should re-read what I wrote and think. The people in such situations want to be left the hell alone, period. And, with each incident of wild-eyed gunslinger types piling onto the property of others once word gets out, reinforces the second sentence. 

 

What you don't know but know it's out there has to be a major source of frustration for people of your mindset.

 

Remember, these people aren't in the evidence business and could give a tinker's **** what internet experts demand.

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If people want to be left alone? How does the word get out?

 

I dont get it.

 

If there is a problem of "wild eyed gunslingers" showing up on their property? It is a problem of their own making!

 

The only way "the word" gets off the ranch is if I make it so.

 

And anybody that thinks they can trespass on my ranch without permission? Has another thing coming...

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1 hour ago, Yuchi1 said:

And, perhaps you should re-read what I wrote and think. The people in such situations want to be left the hell alone, period. And, with each incident of wild-eyed gunslinger types piling onto the property of others once word gets out, reinforces the second sentence. 

 

What you don't know but know it's out there has to be a major source of frustration for people of your mindset.

 

Remember, these people aren't in the evidence business and could give a tinker's **** what internet experts demand.

Simple little mind games don't do it for me. I didn't guess at your words, nor their meaning.

" Remember, these people aren't in the evidence business and could give a tinker's **** what internet experts demand. "

 

Heh! Reread my words, I anticipated precisely this sorta reaction. Heh!

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