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    I don't want to say Hell No, but....

    Well I'll say that maybe and I mean to the slightest smallest degree possible there might be something in the Himalayas. To an even lesser degree I'll entertain the idea in the Pacific Northwest (not really but what the hell).

    But under no circumstance on earth do I believe there are these bigfoot creatures in Indiana. Good God I was flipping channels the other day and I saw some idiotic show that was investigating Big Foot in Indiana. Thank God the people they interviewed were all well educated, clean and had all of their teeth....oh wait....

    Thank you idiots, whoever you were, for perpetuating the idea that Indiana is filled with backwater rubes.


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    Ditto Peck. Lost tribes in Nepal or elsewhere could explain bigfoot but Indiana? Let's be satisfied that we have confirmed sightings of a mountain lion, wolves, and even a bear or two.
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    I don't want to say Hell No, but....

    Well I'll say that maybe and I mean to the slightest smallest degree possible there might be something in the Himalayas. To an even lesser degree I'll entertain the idea in the Pacific Northwest (not really but what the hell).

    But under no circumstance on earth do I believe there are these bigfoot creatures in Indiana. Good God I was flipping channels the other day and I saw some idiotic show that was investigating Big Foot in Indiana. Thank God the people they interviewed were all well educated, clean and had all of their teeth....oh wait....

    Thank you idiots, whoever you were, for perpetuating the idea that Indiana is filled with backwater rubes.
    Of course it is filled with backwater rubes. There are just about as many rednecks in Indiana as there are in Kentucky.. I do agree with you about the Pacific Northwest being a possibilty for Bigfoot. With all of the rain they get the rain forest is dense and everything decays very rapidly. You can step 30 foot off of a forest trail and feel like no one else has ever been there. There would be a vast and varied food supply too. Alaska is the only place in the USA that is wilder but it has a much harsher climate. In the northwest many very credible people have sighted them. Not backwater rubes but police, rangers, doctors, lawyers (I know, who could believe one of them) and other people who are not into hoaxes....They may be wrong about what they see but they have definitely seen something. Forest rangers would be hard to fool I would think.... ...

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    Of course it is filled with backwater rubes. There are just about as many rednecks in Indiana as there are in Kentucky.. I do agree with you about the Pacific Northwest being a possibilty for Bigfoot. With all of the rain they get the rain forest is dense and everything decays very rapidly. You can step 30 foot off of a forest trail and feel like no one else has ever been there. There would be a vast and varied food supply too. Alaska is the only place in the USA that is wilder but it has a much harsher climate. In the northwest many very credible people have sighted them. Not backwater rubes but police, rangers, doctors, lawyers (I know, who could believe one of them) and other people who are not into hoaxes....They may be wrong about what they see but they have definitely seen something. Forest rangers would be hard to fool I would think.... ...
    Little known fact: Forest rangers were not discovered until 1982. So...

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    Little known fact: Forest rangers were not discovered until 1982. So...

    But it is an important fact....

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    Bigfoot is real. But it definitely is not just some ape. It is smarter than us, thus why it can completely avoid capture and detection. I truly believe that it is a highly telepathically advanced species and can travel inter-dimensionally. They literally seem to vanish, and not always be there. But there are too many eye witness accounts for them to be false. An experienced hunter recalls shooting one at close range and it instantly disappeared into a flash of light. I am not going to put it all out there, but I have had at least four really close, unexplainable supernatural things happen to me in my life. Plus I watched a show where they found DNA and hair samples. The hair was from a mammal unknown to North America, and the blood was much closer to humans than apes, but slightly different, and also an unknown species.

    That seals it for me. I think the 1967 film is legitimate and it is too bad no one can ever prove it for sure because it is still the best video evidence we have.
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    Bigfoot is real. But it definitely is not just some ape. It is smarter than us, thus why it can completely avoid capture and detection. I truly believe that it is a highly telepathically advanced species and can travel inter-dimensionally. They literally seem to vanish, and not always be there. But there are too many eye witness accounts for them to be false. An experienced hunter recalls shooting one at close range and it instantly disappeared into a flash of light. I am not going to put it all out there, but I have had at least four really close, unexplainable supernatural things happen to me in my life. Plus I watched a show where they found DNA and hair samples. The hair was from a mammal unknown to North America, and the blood was much closer to humans than apes, but slightly different, and also an unknown species.

    That seals it for me. I think the 1967 film is legitimate and it is too bad no one can ever prove it for sure because it is still the best video evidence we have.
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    Bigfoot is real. But it definitely is not just some ape. It is smarter than us, thus why it can completely avoid capture and detection. I truly believe that it is a highly telepathically advanced species and can travel inter-dimensionally. They literally seem to vanish, and not always be there. But there are too many eye witness accounts for them to be false. An experienced hunter recalls shooting one at close range and it instantly disappeared into a flash of light. I am not going to put it all out there, but I have had at least four really close, unexplainable supernatural things happen to me in my life. Plus I watched a show where they found DNA and hair samples. The hair was from a mammal unknown to North America, and the blood was much closer to humans than apes, but slightly different, and also an unknown species.

    That seals it for me. I think the 1967 film is legitimate and it is too bad no one can ever prove it for sure because it is still the best video evidence we have.
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    Midcoasted is on to us.

    BTW, my name is Hee-Bopp Shnu-Bopp from the planet Bigfoot X11. We HomoSquatchi (our preferred scientific name) have been on your planet for some time. We are very advanced and can manipulate time and space with our testicles. Females do not have this capability so we do not let them out of our homes in the Pacific Northwest. We just love the weather!


    If you have seen the documentary "Men In Black" and it's documentary sequels you will notice us hiding in some of the frames at MIB HQ, we refused to sign the release waivers to appear in the film.

    While biologically similar to you, we are much more advanced and our blood actually is filled with pure hate for other so called "fantasy creatures". The chupacabra? I mean seriously people who are you kidding?

    You may be asking yourself, why would such an advanced species walk around with hair all over our bodies and not groom better? It is widely known that reported sightings of our people is often accompanied by the distinct smell of human ***. Well folks, I can't go into too much detail but let's just say the hairy bodies and our *** scent drive our advanced ladies wild.

    Stay musky my friends.

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    Bigfoot is real. But it definitely is not just some ape. It is smarter than us, thus why it can completely avoid capture and detection. I truly believe that it is a highly telepathically advanced species and can travel inter-dimensionally. They literally seem to vanish, and not always be there. But there are too many eye witness accounts for them to be false. An experienced hunter recalls shooting one at close range and it instantly disappeared into a flash of light. I am not going to put it all out there, but I have had at least four really close, unexplainable supernatural things happen to me in my life. Plus I watched a show where they found DNA and hair samples. The hair was from a mammal unknown to North America, and the blood was much closer to humans than apes, but slightly different, and also an unknown species.

    That seals it for me. I think the 1967 film is legitimate and it is too bad no one can ever prove it for sure because it is still the best video evidence we have.
    I seriously can't explain how disappointed I will be if you do not expand on this. I have to know more.

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    I seriously can't explain how disappointed I will be if you do not expand on this. I have to know more.

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    Bigfoot is real. But it definitely is not just some ape. It is smarter than us, thus why it can completely avoid capture and detection. I truly believe that it is a highly telepathically advanced species and can travel inter-dimensionally. They literally seem to vanish, and not always be there. But there are too many eye witness accounts for them to be false. An experienced hunter recalls shooting one at close range and it instantly disappeared into a flash of light. I am not going to put it all out there, but I have had at least four really close, unexplainable supernatural things happen to me in my life. Plus I watched a show where they found DNA and hair samples. The hair was from a mammal unknown to North America, and the blood was much closer to humans than apes, but slightly different, and also an unknown species.

    That seals it for me. I think the 1967 film is legitimate and it is too bad no one can ever prove it for sure because it is still the best video evidence we have.

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    Ancient Aliens had an episode on Bigfoot and the possibilities of it being something made by Aliens. (And no, I'm not making fun of Midcoasted for having a different opinion)

    Just because someone goes away from the crowd with something that seems a bit out there, doesn't really give you the right to just hate on the guy. (I know most of it is in jest but come on)
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    Midcoasted is on to us.

    BTW, my name is Hee-Bopp Shnu-Bopp from the planet Bigfoot X11. We HomoSquatchi (our preferred scientific name) have been on your planet for some time. We are very advanced and can manipulate time and space with our testicles. Females do not have this capability so we do not let them out of our homes in the Pacific Northwest. We just love the weather!


    If you have seen the documentary "Men In Black" and it's documentary sequels you will notice us hiding in some of the frames at MIB HQ, we refused to sign the release waivers to appear in the film.

    While biologically similar to you, we are much more advanced and our blood actually is filled with pure hate for other so called "fantasy creatures". The chupacabra? I mean seriously people who are you kidding?

    You may be asking yourself, why would such an advanced species walk around with hair all over our bodies and not groom better? It is widely known that reported sightings of our people is often accompanied by the distinct smell of human ***. Well folks, I can't go into too much detail but let's just say the hairy bodies and our *** scent drive our advanced ladies wild.

    Stay musky my friends.

    Hee-Bopp out.
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    Here is a rambling post that I hope maybe rings a bell and someone can point us to the show I am thinking of...

    First of all we've all seen the famous Patterson Bigfoot video from the Northwest. Late 60's, early 70's... whatever year it was.

    There was some fact or fiction Bigfoot show that tried to get to the bottom of the film. I've seen so many of these over the years that I can't remember if this one did any video analysis or that type of thing or not. What I do remember is they went to the filmmaker's neck of the woods and interviewed people there. At least one person was quoted as saying it was 'common knowledge' in those parts that it was a man in a suit. And they named the man. Now when I say 'common knowledge' I mean this person was saying everyone was certain of this for one reason or another but not necessarily that they actually heard an admission of this. But the selling point was the walk of the 'bigfoot'. They claimed to recognize that 'walk'.

    So the camera crew goes out to interview the guy that was alleged to be in the suit.... IIRC he wouldn't talk... but they did catch him on camera walking away or walking around his farm/ranch. And yes, it was dead on to the way the bigfoot moved in the video. If someone remembers the show... can link it on YouTube... whatever... I'd like to see that part again. I wasn't really expecting that and would like to get a 2nd look. On first watch it seemed fairly compelling.
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    Here is a rambling post that I hope maybe rings a bell and someone can point us to the show I am thinking of...

    First of all we've all seen the famous Patterson Bigfoot video from the Northwest. Late 60's, early 70's... whatever year it was.

    There was some fact or fiction Bigfoot show that tried to get to the bottom of the film. I've seen so many of these over the years that I can't remember if this one did any video analysis or that type of thing or not. What I do remember is they went to the filmmaker's neck of the woods and interviewed people there. At least one person was quoted as saying it was 'common knowledge' in those parts that it was a man in a suit. And they named the man. Now when I say 'common knowledge' I mean this person was saying everyone was certain of this for one reason or another but not necessarily that they actually heard an admission of this. But the selling point was the walk of the 'bigfoot'. They claimed to recognize that 'walk'.

    So the camera crew goes out to interview the guy that was alleged to be in the suit.... IIRC he wouldn't talk... but they did catch him on camera walking away or walking around his farm/ranch. And yes, it was dead on to the way the bigfoot moved in the video. If someone remembers the show... can link it on YouTube... whatever... I'd like to see that part again. I wasn't really expecting that and would like to get a 2nd look. On first watch it seemed fairly compelling.
    See the thing with all these documentaries over the years, is some of them could be false. A lot of these "reality" shows pay people to say stuff or make stuff up. The pay a couple locals to say they know it was faked and make up some story in hopes to gain viewership. I'm not saying the documentary you watched paid locals off, but they could have. Or maybe some guy just claimed he as the on that faked to gain notoriety. People are strange like that sometimes. From what I've researched, no true video expert can dispel that video. Something about the size of the guy in the costume would have to been substantial. Plus that would have been a damn good costume for that day and age. It would have taken an expert designer to pull one off that looks that good. Seems like that part of the story would have broke for sure if it was just some costume because likely someone with no interest in the hoax would have made the costume. Plus the way it moved effortlessly through the rough terrain makes a small costume wearer unlikely as well.

    Maybe the video was fake, but I don't think that would necessarily prove Bigfoot didn't exist.

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    Here is a rambling post that I hope maybe rings a bell and someone can point us to the show I am thinking of...

    First of all we've all seen the famous Patterson Bigfoot video from the Northwest. Late 60's, early 70's... whatever year it was.

    There was some fact or fiction Bigfoot show that tried to get to the bottom of the film. I've seen so many of these over the years that I can't remember if this one did any video analysis or that type of thing or not. What I do remember is they went to the filmmaker's neck of the woods and interviewed people there. At least one person was quoted as saying it was 'common knowledge' in those parts that it was a man in a suit. And they named the man. Now when I say 'common knowledge' I mean this person was saying everyone was certain of this for one reason or another but not necessarily that they actually heard an admission of this. But the selling point was the walk of the 'bigfoot'. They claimed to recognize that 'walk'.

    So the camera crew goes out to interview the guy that was alleged to be in the suit.... IIRC he wouldn't talk... but they did catch him on camera walking away or walking around his farm/ranch. And yes, it was dead on to the way the bigfoot moved in the video. If someone remembers the show... can link it on YouTube... whatever... I'd like to see that part again. I wasn't really expecting that and would like to get a 2nd look. On first watch it seemed fairly compelling.
    I'd seen one or a few like that back in the late 90's. I thought one of them had the guy or guys involved confessing that they'd faked it and talking about how they did it. Easy for me to believe; I always thought it looked like a guy in a suit myself.

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    Isn't the only guy directly involved claiming it is still real the guy the video is named after? I thought everyone else had outed it.
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    Isn't the only guy directly involved claiming it is still real the guy the video is name after? I thought everyone else had outed it.
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    I'd seen one or a few like that back in the late 90's. I thought one of them had the guy or guys involved confessing that they'd faked it and talking about how they did it. Easy for me to believe; I always thought it looked like a guy in a suit myself.
    Can't remember on the suit but I do remember one on three guys who had went out and made several fake footprints. Kind of like the guys confessing to the crop circle phenomenon and then demonstrating how this is easily done with a rope and a board.
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    See the thing with all these documentaries over the years, is some of them could be false. A lot of these "reality" shows pay people to say stuff or make stuff up. The pay a couple locals to say they know it was faked and make up some story in hopes to gain viewership. I'm not saying the documentary you watched paid locals off, but they could have. Or maybe some guy just claimed he as the on that faked to gain notoriety. People are strange like that sometimes. From what I've researched, no true video expert can dispel that video. Something about the size of the guy in the costume would have to been substantial. Plus that would have been a damn good costume for that day and age. It would have taken an expert designer to pull one off that looks that good. Seems like that part of the story would have broke for sure if it was just some costume because likely someone with no interest in the hoax would have made the costume. Plus the way it moved effortlessly through the rough terrain makes a small costume wearer unlikely as well.

    Maybe the video was fake, but I don't think that would necessarily prove Bigfoot didn't exist.
    There's a guy claiming Patterson ordered a suit from him back in the 60's just prior to the film coming out. I stumbled across that last night looking for info about the documentary I had watched.
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    ...highly telepathically advanced species and can travel inter-dimensionally.
    That is very appealing in terms of its simplicity, sort of an Occam's razor explanation, you know. vbg
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