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Guest LAL

I'll go with LAL on this and just plain business, which does not include BFrs pestering the guests with questions and camping in the parking lot. Gotta keep the focus on the gambling.

Someone who was in on Skamania County's original legislation informed me there were so many bigfoot hunters coming into the area due to the events in 1969 the commissioners were afraid they'd shoot each other. Ordinary hunters were enough to keep the deputies busy.

I don't suppose they'd want gamblers looking for bigfoot instead of gaming, either. A cyber friend who lives in Oklahoma once mentioned the Cherokee are protective of their local sasquatches......

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Guest LAL

Thank you LAL, I have heard of the story but have never heard this....again, thank you

You're welcome. I have a lot of respect for Dr. Higgins. I like his straightforward account.

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What if Bigfoot were proven to be a human of some kind, and what if it was discovered that BF were here before NAs crossed the land bridge. Would NAs then lose their first nation status?

I'm just thinking that this could be one reason that they would hide or destroy evidence.

I don't know about other tribes but traditional members of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee don't believe their ancestors crossed the Bering Land Bridge in the first place. In their belief Creator created them right here on Turtle Island. The Western Band was marched to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears when Andrew Jackson ordered removal over the decision of the Supreme Court. Some Cherokee history here.

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Unless the bigfoots spend their days lying down in the grass or hiding in narrow riparian strips of trees, there's no real means to "look for" bigfoot in that area. It's so open you can pretty much see everything in the vicinity. I think it may be even more open now: I'm pretty sure I heard the guys on The Weather Channel mention "Concho" last night when they were having those tornadoes in OK.

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BobbyO
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I can undoubtedly, there's one next to the Lamp Post on the Right Side of the Car Park..;)

Seriously though, i wouldn't want to be there when one of those Tornado's come through, there's nothing there.. :(

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The tribe that owns the casino and the surrounding tribal land does regulate who can be on the property at any given time. You have to fill out permits, get permission to go into certain areas, and you have to build the trust up with the tribal members. The MABRC has been actively working with the tribe and have accumulated a large number of sighting reports, including several leads on the many copies of the tape that was claimed to be destroyed.

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Is it the LUCKY STAR CASINO? in Concho Oklahoma?

If so, look at the terrain on Google maps, go to the street view, I can't see one tree over 10' tall anywhere.

http://maps.google.c...,223.84,,1,8.26

Yep, that's pretty much what it looked like when I was there, except that my visit was in May so it was a bit greener. Seriously, where do the bigfoots live in a landscape like this?

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Seriously, where do the bigfoots live in a landscape like this?

Especially 10+ footers, that have to duck under 10' light poles.

Seriously do they have a stealth technology a la El Predator?

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So what kind if distance would the nearest cover be then, even roughly ??

Drew's Map isn't showing a great deal anywhere near & nor is Google Earth..

Woud it be further West towards Hinton ??

That's a little over 20 Miles of so..

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Seriously, where do the bigfoots live in a landscape like this?

Sas, if we knew the answer to that, then the whole mystery would be solved. :D But the activity there appears to pickup when the Buffalo Calving season begins. Could be a roving bigfoot or two that comes through for easy pickings, whether it be calves or still-borns? I don't know. But the sightings are from a range of tribal members from Law Enforcement to average members.

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Especially 10+ footers, that have to duck under 10' light poles.

There is the one Tree that can't be ruled out..

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There is the one Tree that can't be ruled out..

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Yes! in the early summer it is all green and very easy to disappear into.

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I don't know about other tribes but traditional members of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee don't believe their ancestors crossed the Bering Land Bridge in the first place. In their belief Creator created them right here on Turtle Island. The Western Band was marched to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears when Andrew Jackson ordered removal over the decision of the Supreme Court. Some Cherokee history here.

Science would dictate how the NAs got here, not their tribal beliefs.

I know about the trail of tears. How do we know the NAs didn't send Bigfoot on their own trail of tears?

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So what kind if distance would the nearest cover be then, even roughly ??

I was far too generous in my earlier post. It looks more like about 2 miles to anything remotely "forested" in that landscape - and that patch is the actual community of Concho.

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