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  1. 5 points
    gigantor, Here it is, really no comparison to the PGF sasquatch. Just another example of a man in a suit lookin' nothin' like the filmed sasquatch seen in the PGF. Even the few steps he takes wearin' the suit, he seems to have trouble with. Pat...
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    I appreciate all the comments, including those calling me foolish for trying. I admit that I should have turned around earlier, but once I had started up the slope that led to where the pics are, I really had to continue to a more level turn around, as there was no way I was going to try backing down the steep part. The Outlander hybrid has amazing climbing ability, with electronic traction control that really works, limited only by ground clearance, which was not a problem here. It also has selectable levels of regenerative braking of the electric motors (one on both front and rear axles), which I had cranked to the max for the descent. Though not quite as effective as a transfer case in low/low, it does a great job of slowing the SUV with no wheel lock up, which is key in that situation. I am running winter rated tires, though they will be replaced with more aggressive off road types in the near future. As for chains, Mitsubishi says don't use them, as it plays havoc with the previously mentioned traction control system. Owning it only a year, I'm still getting a feel for the Mitsu's abilities, and must say that it has continuously amazed me. No, it's not a hard core off roader, and I've had a few of those, but it will take me almost anywhere I want to go, but I will rein in my enthusiasm a bit in the slippery slopes. @cmknight That's a great area to search in, as well. We usually have a couple of group camps up there every year, some of which I've described in V 1.0 of this thread, I believe. I hope to meet you out in the field again this year, maybe PM when you're heading out, and I'll drop in for a coffee and a chat. The campsite you refer to is probably the one where Thomas investigated a multi witness sighting back in '86. He was able to find tracks across the road from the site, where the witnesses stated it had retreated through the forest and climbed a scree slope up the mountainside out of sight. Interesting to hear there's still activity there!
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    "pure ignorance and wishful thinking"?? 🤩 lol That's great McSquatch. Just let us know when that '$500, better than Patty, carpet-based Bigfoot costume' is ready. We'll wait another 50 years with bated breath...
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    Strange things happen with Sasquatch and trees not dissing that. In my research I had three species of intersecting props intertwined in a tri-trunked poplar, some of the species of props did not seem to be from the local hollow. I had another experience where the top of a pine snag that was an obvious blowdown was stood up far enough away from where the natural fall would have occurred that it would have had to have been something with hands doing the arranging; practical joking humans? Unlikely. Human, sasquatch? Probably not human this far out, it was in an area where other high strangeness occurred too, huge caches of shelled black oil sun flower seeds piled up? Not a neighbor for several miles as the crow flies. I have pictures but would prefer not to hijack this thread though I will post them up and set up a link to my research page which has been inactive for some time (might take awhile but I will make the link when I can).
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    I have been assured by a couple of women that the scent they like the best is that of money. As I recall, there was even a male fragrance years ago, that was supposed to smell like money. I suppose that the real thing may work with some women. The old man and the trophy wife thing seemed very common when I was in California last weekend.
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    To accuse Patterson of hoaxing the film is either ignorance (willful or unintentional) of the film and associated footprint detail as well as the history of the area, or being overwhelmed by the "irrational rejection based on an emotional response to the possibility that the Sasquatch actually exists" that Dr. Grieve wrote about, or a lawyeresque attack on Patterson in order to destroy the acceptance of sasquatchery. I have come to believe that government knows of the existence of these creatures and has taken an intentional position of faux ignorance and covert downplay upon direct sasquatch reports from field employees and the public. I based that belief on several factors, but primarily upon the behavior of government personnel from the lowest level blue collar employees and contractors in the field to executive pay schedule appointees over the past half century since the Patterson film was shot and published. The official silence or snide commentary of outdoor based agencies at both the state and federal level are deafening. It is precisely the behavior that I used and observed in my own 35 year career as a federal employee and administrator. I have also pondered the reasons for this phenomenon, and have also come up with a few good possibilities and likelihoods. First, field personnel and front line supervision and administration are reluctant to report activity upstream for the same reasons why private citizens often don't report it; belittlement, disbelief, ridicule, and danger to one's professional career. Secondly, the existence of these creatures will greatly complicate government responsibility, and this fact is exponentially so if they end up scientifically designated as a hominin. In fact, if these creatures are determined to be a human sub-species, it may be the most significant event in the history of this planet since the life of Christ, or at least will register up there with the development of atomic energy and space travel.
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    I re-collated Bobbie Short's collection from the area (hers were collated around communities, and I did so chronologically). I only included those reports between the ocean on the west, I-5 on the east, the Oregon border on the north, and Highway 36 to the south. (These parameters were rather arbitrary and exclude a whole bunch of reports that might include the resident sasquatch population of the region). This should be cross referenced and married up with John Green's and BFRO's database and Tirademan's historical list for a more complete picture, as well as including the Shasta area, southwest Oregon area, and the area between Highway 36 and the Bay Area. My own learning on animal migrations (including those of notable seasonal migrations like barren ground caribou) strongly indicates that migrations over 500 miles are uncommon and unlikely for individual animals. As an example, a migration from the Bluff Creek area directly to the Blue Mountains isn't likely, first because of the distance, and secondly because of the geography between the two regions. If Patty's immediate family migrated out of the area, they almost certainly traveled north or south within either the Coast Range or the Cascades, or southeast around the Shasta shadow into the Sierra Nevada mountains. http://www.bigfootencounters.com 1886. Jack Dover and others see Bigfoot between Happy Camp and the Marble Mountains. 1934. Dave Zebo follows a set of BF tracks up Weaver Bally Mountain. 1936 Dave Zebo sees BF tracks on Mt. Bally heading over the mountain. 1952. A man sees a Bigfoot on a dirt road north of Orleans that comes out at the mouth of Bear Creek and goes through Bear Valley. After driving on, he later stops and gets out of the car. The BF comes toward him menacingly, then turns and stalks down the road, then suddenly charges back to attack the car as the man drives away. The BF holds onto the car for 200 yards before letting go. January 1958. Mrs. Bud Ryerson and several others see BF tracks on Martin's Ferry Hill near Weitchpec. [hwy 169 today] August 1958. Road builders Ray Wallace and Jerry Crew find 16-inch BF tracks all around a parked Caterpillar Tractor 20 miles *south of Weitchpec* [sic] just South of Bluff Creek. The tracks reappear a month later and plaster casts are taken. Weekly thereafter, Jerry sees Bigfoot tracks going from Northwest to Southeast on the same logging road. Ray Wallace finds human-like droppings the size of those a 1200 pound horse would make. Wilbur Wallace, Ray's brother, finds a full 55 gallon oil drum carried to the edge of the road and thrown down the hill. He also finds a 20 foot length of 18" culvert carried some distance away and a 700 pound tire & wheel for a "carry all" which had been rolled for a quarter mile and hurled into a ravine. September, 1958. Bigfoot tracks are seen 4 different times on Bluff Creek Road, Titmus is notified. October 1, 1958. Jerry Crew finds a quarter mile of BF tracks on Bluff Creek Road and makes casts after Bob Titmus tells him how to pour the casts. October 12, 1958. Ray Kerr and Leslie Breazeale see a BF cross a 20' road in 2 strides and find tracks several miles south of where they are usually seen on Bluff Creek Road. Hired by Ray Wallace to track BF, they redouble their hunting effort but their dogs disappear a few days later and are never seen again. (The hunting dogs trained by and belonged to Ivan Marx in Burney California who hunted with them). Mid October, 1958. BF tracks are seen again in Bluff Creek. October 23, 1958. BF tracks are seen on Bluff Creek Road once again. October 28, 1958. 2 miles of 16" BF tracks are seen on Bluff Creek Road. October 30, 1958. BF tracks are seen going down a hill from Bluff Creek Road. November 2, 1958. Bob Titmus and Ed Patrick find BF tracks on a Bluff Creek Sandbar. December 18. 1958. Betty Allen finds 6 miles of BF tracks on Bluff Creek Road, expressed fear in her articles. 1958. A woman and her daughter see a large and small Bigfoot on a hillside above Hoopa Valley just Northwest of Willow Creek. 1958. While driving on Highway 299 east of Weaverville, 2 doctors see a Bf cross the highway at night. 1958. Lawrence Omeg sees a Bigfoot outside his shack after work on a logging job. He quits his job and leaves the following day. Two other Indian fellows walk off the job the same day. August 16, 1959. Bob Titmus finds 300 yards of BF tracks along Bluff Creek Sandbar. 1959. A husband and wife flying a private plane over Bluff Creek see and follow BF tracks until they pass over the BF making them. August 30, 1959. Bob Titmus finds more BF tracks at Bluff Creek Sandbar. November 1, 1959. Bob Titmus finds more BF tracks at Bluff Creek Sandbar, notifies Tom Slick, Green & Dahinden. Titmus' discovery was 8 years before Patterson filmed the BF. November 2, 1959. Betty Allen finds BF tracks coming down a canyon and along Bluff Creek Road, phones Titmus. January 30, 1960. Betty Allen finds BF tracks around a shovel loader on Humboldt Fir logging road at Bluff Creek. March 1960. Ivan Marx finds BF tracks near the lookout on Offield Mountain. June 19, 1960. Dr. Charles Johnson and his family find BF tracks on both sides of the Klamath River a half mile west of Bluff Creek. August 7, 1960. Bob Titmus finds 2 sets of BF tracks walking along a road 9 miles south of Weitchpec, near Hoopa tracking towards Willow Creek. August 14, 1960. Bob Titmus sees the same 2 sets of BF tracks he saw a week before (see 64) on Mill Creek Ridge Road, 8 miles southeast of Hoopa. 1960-1963. Benjamin Wilder sees a BF at night east of Orleans, California. 1962 - Enis Schofield described how his fencing was torn down fencepost by fencepost the week after it was erected nearby the Bluff Creek Resort. Each post was pulled up out of its concrete piling in the ground which Schofield said required unheard of strength and was probably done because it blocked a pathway the Big Feet people used to reach the creek every night. Pointing toward the hillside, he told Betty Allen, "They come down the hill there, you can see their tracks and they seem to go down to the creek to drink or maybe to go up it, because no tracks come back up the hill. They come out somewheres else," he told Allen. Schofield told the reporter they didn't feel safe barbequeing outdoors anymore and were contemplating selling their cabin to Saunders boys, owners of the Resort on the main road. (Dale Schofield 2007) August 19, 1962. Skip Clark finds and casts Bigfoot tracks at Bluff Creek sandbar. September 26, 1962. Bob Titmus finds miles of BF tracks on Bluff Creek Road and in the creek bottom itself. April, 1963. Bob Titmus finds and casts 3 sets of tracks near Hyampom. May, 1963. Sylvester McCoy finds BF tracks near Hyampom. June 22, 1963. Skip Clark finds and casts a 15 inch BF track on Bluff Creek sandbar. June 30, 1963. BF tracks 10 to 15 inches long are found and cast in the Bluff Creek area. 1963. Pat Graves follows BF tracks for 5 miles from Laird Meadow to Bluff Creek Road at Notice Creek. Sticks 1¼ in thick are found broken in the tracks. 1963. Dave Blake finds BF tracks where a barrel of diesel fuel was thrown off the road. 1963. BF tracks 15 inches long are found at Bluff Creek logging operations, with boxes of spikes thrown around and sticks of dynamite bitten into. August, 1963. BF tracks are found on Bluff Creek Road at Notice Creek bridge. August 3, 1963. A man and his boy see a BF leap over a 5 foot fence and run into the woods near Hoopa. June 13, 1963. BF tracks 16 inches long are found crossing Notice Creek near Bluff Creek only 100 feet away from where 3 men were sleeping in a car. October 1963. Al Hodgson finds a set of BF tracks a few hundred yards above the Notice Creek bridge at Bluff Creek sandbar. The sandbar was washed away in the 1964 flood. Fall, 1963. A man sees Bigfoot tracks heading south of the Hyampom area. 1963. Thomas Sourwine says a 300 pound boulder was used to repeatedly smash road building equipment parked at the time near Bluff Creek upper road. Summer 1964. Dave Blake often finds BF tracks at Laid Meadow at Blake and Tregoning Logging operation west of Bluff Creek. A culvert 4 feet in diameter and 20 feet long is thrown into the canyon and 450 pound barrels of diesel fuel are moved around. August 1964. A man finds 12 inch and 14 inch BF tracks high up the north side of Low Gap in the north Yolla Bolla near Saddle Camp. The tracks are in 3 different places several miles apart. August 21, 1964. Roger Patterson finds and casts 17 inch tracks with a 52 inch stride on Laird Meadow Road. September, 1964. Samuel Brewer Jr. finds and casts a 15½ inch BF tracks with a 47 inch stride along Bluff Creek. Fall, 1964 . Dave Blake sees BF tracks around his logging equipment every morning for a week. A trailer load of 18 inch culverts is overturned while men are working nearby. 1965 Indian road grader operator Dewey Haupe hears distant night whistles while bear hunting with Titmus, one whistle would cause a return whistle from opposite direction. Titmus tells Haupe it's BF 1965, September - Mark Karr said he drove his vehicle into a tree to avoid hitting a Bigfoot that was in the road. Wednesday, June 30, 1993 Source: By Hugh Dellios, Chicago Tribune. 1965. Jay Rowland finds BF tracks along Bluff Creek a short distance from Notice Creek. July, 1965. Steve Sanders and 2 others sleeping the a tent awake to see a large finger or stick opening their tent flap. Their yells scare it off. Investigating the next day, they find BF tracks 17 inches long and 7 inches wide around their tent at Blue Lake near Bluff Creek. January 1966. Bob Kelly and Archie Bradshaw see a Bigfoot peering into their cabin window. Bob fires his shotgun at the Bigfoot and thinks he hits it. They find 18 inch tracks in the leading into Hayfork Creek from Wildwood. April 2, 1966. Nick Campbell sees a Bigfoot searching through the trash cans at a campsite north of Weaverville in the Trinity Alps. The next day, he sees the BF again 3 miles west of camp and spends a half hour playing hide and seek with it. Several other campers see the same Bigfoot. It raids the trash can two more nights and is seen one more time. Jason Edwards parents told him that they saw a family of 4 BF while hunting bear in the Bluff Creek area in 1966. Two adults and a medium size and smaller one. This was before Jason was born; probably 1965. The senior Edwards hunted with Marx and Titmus. 1966 Larry Browning sees a BF near his campsite north of Weaverville in the Trinity Alps. 1966. Richard Sides sees a BF squatting at Bluff Creek drinking water with cupped hands. Fall, 1966. Jay Roland sees BF tracks on a road a Scorpion Creek in the Bluff Creek area. October 25, 1966. Dan Mullens finds BF tracks and an unopened case of oil cans crushed on Notice Creek. Winter, 1966. After a 2 day absence from their house 2 miles west of Platina, Mr. and Mrs. Hampton find their door broken off at the hinges. They find 18 inch Bigfoot tracks in the snow. August, 1967. Several BF tracks are found and cast by a road crew on Onion Mountain, west of Bluff Creek. The tracks measure 13 and 15 inches long. August, 1967 Al Hodgson see's Patterson's 9" track on Bluff Creek Sandbar; casts a 14" track. August 1967. Bud Ryerson sees hundreds of 13 to 15 inch BF tracks on the road he is building on Blue Creek Mountain, west of Bluff Creek. Tractor parts are scattered all over the area. Notifies John Green by company radio phone saying, "What you're looking for is here..." August 15, 1967 Road grader operator Dewey Haupe arriving early to work discovers hour glass tracks near water tower, notifies Titmus and Ivan Marx. Summer, 1967 Roger Patterson poured a plaster of paris cast of a left & right 9" child's track and shows Al Hodgson the tracks while he was up there. 1967. Russell Summerville sees a 9 foot BF walk 50 feet along Highway 299 one half mile west of Willow Creek and then go into the woods. June 19, 1967 Dewey Haupe finds lg tracks around his road grader 8am on a Monday morning; tells friend Larry Omeg then phones Titmus from Ed Saunder's place. Summer 1967 Jim McClarin begins carving his now famous "Willow Creek BF Statue." No specific date given, just summer and said it was on the same day Patterson filmed the female Bigfoot. August 1967. BF tracks 16 inches long are found for 3 miles on Bluff Creek Road going from East Fork to Notice Creek by Bud Ryerson; he notifies Bob Titmus. August 1967 J. Crew and D. Haupe mention to Titmus a disturbance around the equipment staging area down near the bridge, vandals or BF? August 1967. Bud Ryerson sees hundreds of 13 to 15 inch BF tracks on the road he is building on Blue Creek Mountain, west of Bluff Creek. Tractor parts are scattered all over the area; he notifies John Green, Bob Titmus and Al Hodgson. Green brings in tracking dogs, Jim McClarin, Rene Dahinden, S.C. Buttram and Dale Moffitt. August 27/September Labor Day week1967 John Green and Rene Dahinden fly down to Bluff Creek in chartered Cessna 185 landing at Orleans airstrip; tracks are photographed. Al Hodgson and son Mike drive family station wagon to pick them up. Green tells Al Hodgsons to phone Patterson. October 20, 1967. Bob Gimlin and Roger Patterson see and film motion pictures of a female BF just above Notice Creek between Onion Mountain, Bee Mountain and Fish Creek Butte. Her tracks measure 14½ inches long. Mike Fordon, while sleeping in his Dodge van at Gray's Falls Campground wakes up at about midnight because a BF is kicking his tires and rocking his van violently. Mike sees the BF's hairy chest, chin and hand through the van's windows. The 8 foot BF continues to harass the van for 2 hours, until Mike Blows the horn. April 6, 1968. After 2 more visits to the same campsite with no luck seeing another BF, Larry Browning sees a BF wading the South Fork of the Salmon River. The next day, a female BF follows him for a half hour on a hike, then charges him. April 8, 1968 At the same campground, Mike Melton sees a BF leaning over the river to get a drink of water. June 1968. Steve Marlin and Bruce Cornwall find BF tracks between Bluff Creek and Fish Lake. July 11, 1968. A BF walks past a family camping by the Trinity River near Salyer. January 1969. Pat Graves sees BF tracks from a plane between Blue Creek Divide and Nikowitz Road. 1969. Peter Byrne, Brian Matthes and Steve Matthes find Bigfoot tracks along Bluff Creek. Byrne does exhaustive investigation of Patterson site in 1972, photos in B & W with Mike Hodgson - Al Hodgson's son. Late May, 1969. Dr. Bernard Northrup and a party of San Francisco Theological Seminary Students find over 1000 16" BF tracks in the Bluff Creek area. They also find torn, twisted bark stripped from the trees near the tracks in the sand. It may be that the individual who left the big 16" tracks after the summer 1967 at Bluff Creek was one of the survivors; and it may also be that this was the same individual whose track Jerry Crew first cast that became a media sensation. August, 1969. The owner of the Bluff Creek Resort and a small cluster of fishing cabins, Ed Saunders found a line of 16-inch Bigfoot tracks in the sandbar at the mouth of Bull Creek in the Bluff Creek area. Bill Saunders, Ed's brother acted the mechanic and handyman there in and around the resort. Ed and his wife were a bit edgy about scaring off the public... Mike Burke, Buck Ferguson and Bill Mueller find BF tracks with a 5-foot stride beyond Twin Lakes Turnoff at Camp Creek near Orleans, California. June, 1969. Bob Hardesty and Dick Carroll find BF tracks along the Klamath River in Siskiyou County. July 1969. Don Ballard and a companion riding horseback see a BF in the Trinity Alps near Trinity Center. July 4, 1969. Eldon Brackett see a 7½ foot Bigfoot with 16½ inch tracks and a 4 foot stride north of Wildwood. June, 1969. Ben Foster and several others see a 6 foot Bigfoot fighting with dogs at the Wildwood Inn. July 14, 1969. George Haas and John Dana find ¼-mile of Bigfoot tracks on a trail at West Low Gap in the Yolla Bolla Mountains going to the East Fork of the South Fork of the Trinity River. The tracks are 16 inches long and the stride is 3 feet. April, 1970. Buzz McLaughlin see a 9 foot Bigfoot at Manzanita Ranch School, Hyampom. May 14, 1970. Archie Buckley sees a 7 foot Bigfoot with 15 inch tracks at Stuart Gap, south of Wildwood. Marci Honstead sees the head and shoulders of Bigfoot outside her bedroom window during an electrical storm. Approx.1982. August, 1995: Vacationing truck driver and wife watch as Sasquatch holding sea weed in his hands disappears across the hiway into the woods from the beach with black sand. Observer wishes to make contact with the other observer in the other car.
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    If the tree was planted in the ground with no roots, then a simple dead lift is possible. Since a 60 foot tree has large roots going out horizontally in all directions for a long ways and some fairly deep, then it no longer is a simple dead lift. You would be literally standing on what you are lifting. It would be nearly impossible to walk with a large root wad. the tree would have had to be broken off above the ground to walk with it.
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    Patty appears in a movie filmed in 1967. Skeptic proposed ape costumes appeared in lots of movies and TV shows. skeptics don’t offer a video clip of these suits in action which appeared in movies That makes no sense if one is arguing the movie suits look and can do what Patty does. An apples to apples comparison should be the standard. Instead,, it’s a still pic of a costume we are lead to believe was altered somehow but is never demonstrated or explained just how.
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    That really is a spectacular video. You have to watch closely for the entire video editing to see what is going on. I see a team of 3-4 BFs working together to take the tree down. 1-2 jump up and hit it high while 1-2 work together at the base. The video is relevant to me as I had an experience several years ago where I was warned off an area by an unbelievable scream followed by shaking of pine trees that was so violent my first thoughts were a plane and then when that didnt make sense a meteor was crashing through the trees.
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    Finking Funker is always looking for "hits" and "ratings" it is a youtube kinda thing. I lost faith in any cogent analysis after about five videos.
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    This particular case was very heart wrenching. I couldn't imagine what the parents went through. I have 20 acres mostly forested in east Tennessee. We bought it 3 years ago and are about 2 miles from Catoosa wildlife management area, which is about 60,000 acrea, and i can tell you, when my grandchildren come to visit they are not out of our sight for one second.
  14. 1 point
    Watch this one. Somehow he came up with a better quality film. I can see the feller buncher now. You can only see the top of the boom.
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    it's a process commonly called "ventilating" and the needle is far smaller than any crochet needle. You can't even see the hook without a magnifying glass. Most good quality men's toupees and the lace front hairline of wigs (plus moustaches and beards) are done this way also. I've done it and once did a full man's aging wig, which took me 35 hours. Experienced wigmakers can do it much faster. There are very few times in all of Hollywood history where somebody tried to make a full hand tied (ventilated) fur body suit.
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    Bull Montana.....A name that strikes awe in the most devoted of gorilla men ! Where other ape actors worked their primate wonders with elaborate costumes and mechanized masks, Bull Montana played apes... without a mask ! In the 1920 film " Go and Get It" Bull plays a fierce ape man named Ferry. Ferry it seems, was a poor gorilla who had a human brain transplanted into his hairy noggin by a mad scientist. (is there any other kind?) To help Bull channel his inner ape, he was teamed with skilled make-up artists Cecil Holland, and Charles Gemora. Using materials of cotton, colodian, yak hair, and hand carved gorilla dentures, Holland skillfully transformed the hulking ex-boxer into a gruesome gorilla. The great Charles Gemora had the task of making Bull's fur suit, hand tying the hair a few strands at a time with a crochet needle, into a loose weave backing. The beastly team were so successful in their efforts, that five years later, they teamed up again for " The Lost World" 1925. In the Lost World, Bull played an early ancestor of man, who terrorized the Challenger expedition. Bull was filmed fairly close-up, drooling horrifically while peering from behind rocks. This was a true testament to Cecil Holland and Charles Gemora's incredible artistry !
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    Because proof (IAW both valid scientists and pseudoscientists) only consists of a carcass, and that is a whole bunch more difficult to produce than to demand, especially since doing so is also illegal. 1) Extraterrestrial visitors 2) Lake "monsters" throughout the northern hemisphere, both Old World and New 3) Other man-beasts in the Old World 4) How about some DNA evidence of an ancient polar bear in the Himalayas (if you believe "science", that's a slam-dunk, isn't it?.....or is that only when DNA "dis-proves" Bigfoot?) 5) Giant squid, described by many people literally thousands of years ago, and only accepted by modern science in slow phases from 1850 to as recently as the first photographs of a live specimen in 2006 6) The gorilla, also legend for over 3000 years until a carcass was brought to Europe bt Paul duChaillu in 1855 7) Maybe a few of the 229 new species discovered in 2018?: https://earthsky.org/earth/new-species-2018
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    HiFlier, The kids are lied to. I do not praise their actions. They should be written up for missing school. The Earth goes through cycles of weather. Earth wobbles and the axis of tilt varies. We have heat waves, snow and flooding, all part of cycles. Check out the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927. Can't blame that on Henry Ford or US Steel. The sea level concern is over rated. If you are worried about the sea level, pump the salt water to the low parts of continents. Look at the economy of the Great Salt Lake. I know someone who did the brine shrimp fishery there. Lake Death Valley....... think of the recreation dollars. Pump salt water into the Sahara Desert. The water will find its way to the bedrock and ancient river beds. You had a post with a list of names in a vertical column. If they stood next to me, I would not know who they are. However, that list has decades of failure. You are on email #5. Do you send them with a 'return notice of receipt' flag? Good luck with #5.
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    A "rough and shaggy" man was carrying something on its shoulder. Hmm. This is probably Paulides' best story.
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    Also, if Bigfoot used portals to travel? They would be wiping out krespy kreme donut shops and 7/11's!
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    Wait a minute... you're in Alaska, I thought it was obvious to everyone there that there is global warming? At least that's how the climate change folks portray it... This year in Iowa I'd like a refund on my carbon credits... I thought 'red wolves' had been determined to just be wolf/coyote crosses?
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    More DNA magic, as well as the lack of such, all wrapped up in the same story........again. It's like climate science; global warming will end up freezing you to death. Yet we are to believe that DNA from hominid fossils dead for dozens of thousands of years ago have "proven" that they are us.
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    Actually, that long list is primarily because the area got hit hard by several serious on-the-ground researchers, and got focused on immediately after "initial contact" when the timber industry first penetrated the area. There are precious few areas like that left within prime sasquatch habitat along the temperate Pacific coast. The initial invasion of this area got lots of the locals going in addition to the outside sasquatch hunters. Many of the above reports were by the guys who were going in there to work daily building more roads into the area. Green just documented it well. And even with all that activity between 1958-1970, most of it was footprint finds. There were only a few actual sightings. These creatures are incredibly elusive. It was incompletely described. The trackway was in snow and observable from the air.
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    Getting into a shootout with anyone should result in somebody getting killed, and I intend for it to be the other guy.
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