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The Best, Most Plausible, Detailed Bigfoot Reports (by SSR Score)


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^^^^^ Keep in mind that the above image is not from thermal imaging equipment.  It is artwork by Mr. Cundle. 

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If anyone wanted to read a report with some very out of the ordinary details, this one qualifies. 

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8 minutes ago, OkieFoot said:

If anyone wanted to read a report with some very out of the ordinary details, this one qualifies. 

 

True. And some of them don't even make any sense, like the breast stroke or the hand in the air (had to laugh at those recreations).

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I hate to say it but needing to do recreations when you have the gear available but not used,  means a screw up occurred.     Admittedly I have been guilty of that myself more than once.  You never know at what instant during field work you will have an encounter.   One of these was when I was carrying a new digital recorder that I had not used enough to quickly get it recording.   That is simply not forgivable.    I should have played with it at home enough to know the gear.   Another happened about 30 seconds after I parked my truck at a trail head.    Who would think something would happen that quickly,  but it did.     I suppose the problem with BF field work is that you may be out 100 times between happenings and you get lulled into complacency.    

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On 3/20/2019 at 9:52 PM, gigantor said:

Here is the sighting by Bart Cutino of the BFRO using a thermal imaging unit. The sighting is well documented and scores a 9.

 

http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=26065

 

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 Bart is a good friend of mine and does work with our group here in WA, his experience was not recorded due to tech limitations.  The unit he was using did not have on board recording ( believe it was a L3 Thermal Eye model )  and required a massive power rig system to power and external AV out footage to the DVR ( weighed close to 20 LB ).   They did have the system but could not get it connected in time to get what he was viewing on thermal recorded. He now has a far better unit with on-board recording and a longer battery run time.   He and I have sat an talked for hours about what kind of footage he would have had if he had gotten the system up and running, third time is the charm I am going to assume.

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One thing this report and others I have read, is the fact that it seems a BF without adequate tree cover will go to the ground in a flash.     It seems instinctive and sort of suggests that they as a species have not been bipedal all that long.   Or they could know,  that in areas where the trees to hide behind are lacking,  during half the year where ground vegetation is flourishing,   ferns and bushes provide plenty of cover if they just get down on all fours.    I find myself expecting them to be walking around when that may not be the case with humans in the area.  

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His report and encounter are why I get a decent thermal unit last year. I think it is a game changer and helps to level a playing field at night that tilts entirely in the favor of a sasquatch.

 

It goes with me during the day too. Pretty amazing how easy it is to hide in the shadows of the forest by day. You would walk by and nothing would catch you eye. Not any more.

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Thanks for sharing. When I first joined back in 2010 ,he was kind enough to tell me about his encounter 

This is the first time I have read it .

It is a very good one. 

 

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On 4/27/2019 at 12:40 AM, gigantor said:

The following report is one of my favorites, it must of been quite scary for the homeowner. Good follow-up investigation with audio recordings and pics.

 

BFRO Report 51962

 

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Wow. Just seeing this. This is incredibly terrifying. I would honestly probably not feel safe living there anymore, especially if I had children.

 

Stalking/flanking maneuver by others? Obviously very smart.....but how do they communicate and teach each other or youngs to do such behavior? It was obviously related to him raising his rifle.

 

So many unanswered questions.

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This flanking behavior is exactly what happened to me and I think typical BF behavior when they encounter a threatening human.       Anyone intent on hunting down a BF needs to be aware that you may think you are the hunter but BF may be way ahead of you and closing on you from another direction.    In this case branches were broken off and thrown at the human by the flanker.   In my case the breakoff was the warning sound, the only sound I heard from the flanking BF.    I was not closing with a weapon drawn but did have a camera ready.   We cannot even be sure that BF knows the difference.     I agree with the report analysis that the armed individual was in great danger.    Many habituation situations where a food source is involved,    create situations where any interruption of the food source causes the human / BF interactions to ramp up to a dangerous level.    Those into gifting are introducing the same issues should the food source be discontinued for any reason.   BF likely does not understand vacations or other human factors that may stop a frequent food supplier from gifting to BF.    

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17 minutes ago, SWWASAS said:

This flanking behavior is exactly what happened to me and I think typical BF behavior when they encounter a threatening human.       Anyone intent on hunting down a BF needs to be aware that you may think you are the hunter but BF may be way ahead of you and closing on you from another direction.    In this case branches were broken off and thrown at the human by the flanker.   In my case the breakoff was the warning sound, the only sound I heard from the flanking BF.    I was not closing with a weapon drawn but did have a camera ready.   We cannot even be sure that BF knows the difference.     I agree with the report analysis that the armed individual was in great danger.    Many habituation situations where a food source is involved,    create situations where any interruption of the food source causes the human / BF interactions to ramp up to a dangerous level.    Those into gifting are introducing the same issues should the food source be discontinued for any reason.   BF likely does not understand vacations or other human factors that may stop a frequent food supplier from gifting to BF.    

 

To that point, it's frankly just not safe.

 

Not like they are going to flank you to then walk up and mindspeak/give you a back rub.

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