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Never seen that video before but it was very interesting!

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Boris Khan

Regarding the topics in this video...

 

5. The Skookum cast - I'm undecided on this one, it could easily by an elk imprint but with the fruit bait disappearing without imprints close to the pile, I am accepting it may have been a sasquatch lying down and reaching over the more imprintable mud.

4. Paul Freeman film - I am highly skeptical of most things Freeman had presented. The stories of his truthfulness regarding authenticity of evidence is strongly impactful. I think Freeman was a person who originally did encounter something and/or found tracks but then in his quest to prove bigfoots exist, he succumbed to "Ivan Marx Syndrome" as Thomas Steenburg calls it.

3. The Myakka Ape photos - I don't think I ever accepted those as real. It just looks so much like a cardboard standee or possibly an orangutan. There is debate about the eye flash between pictures but I still don't think it is an authentic skunk ape/bigfoot.

2. The Jacobs photos - Having seen and read many pro-con debates on this and each sides presented arguments, I lean towards it being a young mangy bear.

1. Patterson-Gimlin Film - I'm a 99%er on this for it being a real filmed creature which these two men came across. There are so many debates on this topic but I certainly don't accept anything regarding Mr. Bob H. allegedly being 'the man in the suit'. I think about the only thing that would sway my opinion about this film being authentic is if Bob Gimlin came out and stated unequivocally it was fake and he had proof of that. I'm not saying Roger Patterson couldn't have pulled one over on Bob G. but with firepower involved, that's a big risk to go on a verbal 'no shooting' agreement.

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OKBFFan

Yeah, what he said ^ except I do believe that patty is real

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Patterson-Gimlin

Thanks for sharing .I enjoyed it. I am still waiting for convincing  evidence . The ones mentioned in the film are easily explained away with  one exception. The Patterson film.

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Xion Comrade

https://youtu.be/vM_oVOg3hBk

 

This is the burried gem of Bigfoot video. It's funny how it never catches on...Makes me really wonder just how many other videos like this could exist right on the net and they never get picked up on because, really, most people/researchers just don't know jack about Bigfoot.

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FootDude

Regarding the topics in this video...

 

3. The Myakka Ape photos - I don't think I ever accepted those as real. It just looks so much like a cardboard standee or possibly an orangutan. There is debate about the eye flash between pictures but I still don't think it is an authentic skunk ape/bigfoot.

 

 

The Myakka ape photos were debunked as a hoax.

I believe there is a thread somewhere in these forums on it.

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Patterson-Gimlin

A primate specialist from Japan said it was a costume they were familiar with that came in assorted colors.

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Xion Comrade

A primate specialist from Japan said it was a costume they were familiar with that came in assorted colors.

 

Two things I do know and have noticed. One is that there is always someone out there to claim that such and such a video or picture is their costume or one they know of  and almost always some joker claiming special knowledge about such and such a thing that debunks it, but almost always they are talking nonsense or outright lying and they rarely even have anything to back up the "debunking" even if they think they do. Two, I personally know people who have seen the "Skunk apes" in Florida, and they said those photos represented what they had encountered on their property 100%, they were particularly impressed with the hands/fingers of the figure.

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Patterson-Gimlin

I am from Florida. Funny thing about skunk ape sightings. Locals rarely see the mythical beasts,but tourist see them all the time. As far as those fake photos .There is nothing that indicates they are of  a living creature. No muscle,no anything.

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Xion Comrade

I am from Florida. Funny thing about skunk ape sightings. Locals rarely see the mythical beasts,but tourist see them all the time. As far as those fake photos .There is nothing that indicates they are of  a living creature. No muscle,no anything.

 

Just a big heaping mass of ugly, the length of the arms on the figure in the pics is what I would figure was off. Either way, what was described to me was that thing, about 7 feet tall, not really massive in the body(heavily muscled, rather pretty scraggly looking) and very jittery. One of the family members involved lived next to a swamp in a relatively remote area. The thing would come up to her kitchen window at night when she was cooking and would slam it's hands on the window, leaving prints and smudging. The fingers were unusually huge. She eventually hooked up a motion activated light aimed at the window and finally got a good look at it's face when it looked into the house, but once that happened it never went back to the window for obvious reasons. She would leave scraps out for it and it would run away like a bolt of lighting whenever someone went outside. She does not let others go out at night anymore. They never really tried to get close to it or really interact, it just sort of freaked them all out and was seen as a nuisance and a danger. Others in the area have experienced the things too. They believe it is a big ape. Very different looking from what I have seen in the mountains.

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Patterson-Gimlin

I have heard that story as well. I don't believe a word of it. Especially in light of those most unconvincing photos. Now, having said that I am open to the posiibility of escaped orangutans and or displaced primates due to hurricanes or whatever. I knew of a capture of one such animal near my hometown.

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Xion Comrade

Cliche perhaps but that tends to be the way things go. There is nothing I have experienced in my own research that has not already been experienced by others. That repetition is to be expected when you are dealing with a real thing.

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Patterson-Gimlin

Sorry Victoria for getting off track.

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Regarding the topics in this video...

 

5. The Skookum cast - I'm undecided on this one, it could easily by an elk imprint but with the fruit bait disappearing without imprints close to the pile, I am accepting it may have been a sasquatch lying down and reaching over the more imprintable mud.

4. Paul Freeman film - I am highly skeptical of most things Freeman had presented. The stories of his truthfulness regarding authenticity of evidence is strongly impactful. I think Freeman was a person who originally did encounter something and/or found tracks but then in his quest to prove bigfoots exist, he succumbed to "Ivan Marx Syndrome" as Thomas Steenburg calls it.

3. The Myakka Ape photos - I don't think I ever accepted those as real. It just looks so much like a cardboard standee or possibly an orangutan. There is debate about the eye flash between pictures but I still don't think it is an authentic skunk ape/bigfoot.

2. The Jacobs photos - Having seen and read many pro-con debates on this and each sides presented arguments, I lean towards it being a young mangy bear.

1. Patterson-Gimlin Film - I'm a 99%er on this for it being a real filmed creature which these two men came across. There are so many debates on this topic but I certainly don't accept anything regarding Mr. Bob H. allegedly being 'the man in the suit'. I think about the only thing that would sway my opinion about this film being authentic is if Bob Gimlin came out and stated unequivocally it was fake and he had proof of that. I'm not saying Roger Patterson couldn't have pulled one over on Bob G. but with firepower involved, that's a big risk to go on a verbal 'no shooting' agreement.

 

All this time and none have been proven to be hoax's or bears so I still remain hopeful of all of them except those Myakka ape photos, I was never sure about those either.

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