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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Brodie Bruce, May 14, 2003.
that's what i'm saying......?????????????
ha, I was just thinking of that
Does Bigfoot exist? Show me a body
sorry I dont go that way.....
Anyone ever been to DIA? Some spooky ass **** going on there.
Some more itneresting links.
Perhaps another species? You decide
I was amazed by this
I don't think anyone cares
Look at this thread, then think about what you just posted.
Some interesting tidbits you have here Truthteller.
Tell me, you have anything on the Skunk Ape?
Forensic Expert Says Bigfoot is Real
I know I already posted this up in that Yeti thread that was around not to long ago, but since this is a Bigfoot thread...
These are the Myakka photographs that, supposedly depict a Skunk Ape. These are some very interesting photographs...
And the head of the supposed Skunk Ape, compared to the head of a Sumatran Orangutan:
Yes. I think that the best way to refer to the critter responsible for the sightings in the USA and Canada is the "North American Skunk Ape." It is likely an as yet fully realized species of primate. This would include the Sasquatch, Bigfoot, and other regional names. Its all the same species of critter. The sightings do not come only from the Pacific northwest as is the common knowledege, but from all over the continent. They typically have a strong smell, cone-like head and stringy hair. They seem to be similar to Orangatans, one of the Great Apes. There is likely a population of only several thousand in North America.
Look at the geographical database here: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/
Nice link. I figured that Florida would have more sightings then 53...but, those are only reported ones, so...
This link, talks about some debri from the alien ship that crashed in Roswell in 1947 and shows a pic of some writing of what is supposed to be Alien writing on the debri...
I didn't want to start a new thread so for those of you that are upset I revived this one. shove it. I am not sure about BF, I want to think it is real, simply because there are plenty of animals that we have yet to discover and history even shows that we have discovered certain animals that we thought did not exist, or they had been extinct for centuries.
So it is plausable that BF is real, we just have no hard evidence yet.
If I saw something like that during the night I'd piss my pants for sure.
On a serious side though? I believe that it exists and whether or not we find a body is complete conjecture, because even if a body is provided and is proven to be a real creature, critics and skeptics will say it's a person in a suit and he/she is just playing dead for publicity.
Either way you're in a no win situation. At this point and time though I'm still gather friends, equipment, and so forth to do our own search here in Sumter, South Carolina. We've found reports of apparent sightings of Bigfoot and all of which match-up with previous stories, now I don't know if the people are telling the truth, however, it appears that some of their stories seem sincere and very consistent with other Bigfoot reports too.
I've this video millions of times and I definitely don't think it's a man in a suit. You notice that when it turns to look, it turns its whole body(Apes can't turn their heads like we can) and we as humans turn our heads first when we turn. So I do believe that it's a real creature and that it doesn't stay in one place, rather it's everywhere and migrates in different spots.
That's the one the hoaxer admitted to on his death bed a few years ago.
Ummm, are you thinking of the Loch Ness Monster?
Have you seen the other much more recent videos? I think there are two of them that are pretty damn creepy.
No, that's the one with flippers and a long neck in Scotland.
No I meant the confession. The infamous pictures about the Loch Ness were created by two men. They took a toy submarine attatched some sort of sculpting clay put it out into the water and took pictures of it. Thus creating the myth of the Loch Ness Monters. One of them died in the mid 80's or 90's and the other died a few years back. Before he did he confessed that he and his friend had hoaxed the loch ness monters.
I was refering to those two men that hoaxed that crypto animal, was that the one you were referring to?
Yes, I know.
The LNM hoax was admitted and THEN after that the BF hoax.
Interesting, do you have a link or anything? What I am curious about, is if these guys admitted to hoaxing it, why do
A) People keep seeig "something"
B) Shows on the Discovery Channel, TLC and History Channel keep aring Bigfoot/Loch Ness monster type shows?