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      Our long time member Tirademan (R.I.P. Scott McClean) compiled this extensive archive of Sasquatch related newspaper articles and donated it to the BFF before his passing. The earliest articles in this collection are from 1818 in Florida, 1877 (Australia), 1884 (Canada) and 1764 (Europe).

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    • norseman
      This is what I threw in mine.   https://www.460rowland.com
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      Good.memory. You we're  auditing all the recordings... 
    • Backdoc
      Everything can be as complex as we want to make it.    Regarding 'Migration':   it would seem all that is needed is some reason for animal(s) to need to move on.   All the steps needed to actually migrate can be complex but the general reason can be really simple.   Take a water supply.  It dries up.  Things relying on that water supply must move on because they require water.  How they do that might be complex.  Why the water dried up might be complex.    The big picture is not complex.   The lack or water motivated the movement.   Simple.   Now we have to focus specifically on the topic of Bigfoot.  I would say as long Bigfoot has the things it needs, it is likely to stay put.  I could be argued mankind encroaching on Bigfoot territory leads 1) to encounters and reports and 2) the stimulates such a shy animal to move out of the area.   The Big Q I have always had about the concept is really based on food supply.  I am not talking about Berries in the woods some Bigfoot might eat.   I am referring to mankind's food supply.  Specifically our trash.   Our cooking hamburgers on the grill.  I have read where wild dogs, wolves, and so on where domesticated in the cave man days because they were attracted to our food and trash.  After gradual encounters with these animals, the animals gradually became pets.   Bear live in the woods.   True.  Yet bear will come into a camp site and go through the trash attracted to our cooking smells or the food man is throwing out.      Shouldn't bigfoot be doing this as well?   I always wonder about that.            
    • georgerm
      Please watch Janice in the whole talk show video then come back and discuss what she says about Fox and the other bigfoots.  If you want to debate Janice's honesty this is a legitimate topic for another thread. On you tube go to "50 years with bigfoot Tennessee Chronicles of Co-existence" by Mary Green. It's a book with 14 chapters and I've watched all but two.   Who can tell us what Mary Green has to do with this.
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      That was the incident that made you decide to get your 1911. I remember when you first were test-firing it on the range it tended to jam until you got that after market kit that eliminated the problem.  
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