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Sunday, March 4, 2012

Man Who Fed McDonalds Pancakes To Bigfoot Now Part Of Olympic Project Team


The Olympic Project has been on a roll lately. Derek Randles is currently assembling a team of Bigfoot researchers who will bring cutting edge surveillance techniques to the field. Many of these new members have years of experience, and Derek Randles' latest team announcement on Facebook now includes another heavy hitter, Dennis Pfohl.

According to various sources, Pfohl worked with the Erickson Project and claims he saw and shot video of Bigfoots many times in habituation sites like Maple Ridge, Texas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama. Rumor has it that the videos he shot is featured in the Erickson Project's documentary.

Here's an article talking about the Erickson Project and Dennis Pfohl from August 2011:

Although Erickson captured sasquatch several times in clear, crisp images, he soon realized people would still dismiss his video as a hoax.

“The more evidence we got, scientists started backing away further and we got really tired,” he says.

“We realized DNA was the only thing.”

He hired Dr. Leila Hadj-Chikh, a biologist, who has a PhD in ecology and evolutionary biology, from Princeton University, along with Dennis Pfohl who set out to collect blood, saliva, hair and skin samples.

A resident of Colorado, Pfohl, is an avid outdoorsman who had some strange encounters while camping in the backcountry.

Married with four children, he has spent the past six years hunting sasquatch with a camera and baiting them with food for samples of their DNA. The Erickson Project picked sites in Maple Ridge, Texas, Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama where they knew they could get close to the creatures.

Pfohl says the reports from those locations were credible and the sasquatch were known to return to the areas, especially to snack on human food.

Much like bears, it seems the sasquatch have a taste for garbage and sweet things. Pfohl spent six months of the year visiting the research sites, trying to perfect his techniques.

He’s missed birthdays, many Christmases, his son’s graduation.

“Cumulatively it takes thousands of hours to collect the DNA,” he says.

“I have spent days in tree stands, on the ground, in tall weeds, with ticks, rain, snow, hell.”

Pfohl’s baited the sasquatch with dog food but finds cakes and candy – Twinkies, Ding Dongs, Susie Qs – are what they like best.

He’d leave them at the site for two or three days and is confident it was sasquatch that took the snacks rather than a raccoon or bear.

He also figured pancakes were an inexpensive and quick-to-create bait.

When he didn’t have time to cook pancakes, he’d drive to a local McDonalds and buy a stack. Sasquatch like them smothered in syrup. “I often think I’m leading to their early death by cardio vascular disease. Or the poor things will end up with tooth decay because of all the sweets,” he says with a laugh.

Pfohl sees himself as someone on a mission to find answers.

“A lot of scientists won’t risk their reputations or careers on this,” he says.

“The discovery of a species – a bipedal hominid – that is the greatest discovery of modern day man.

“How could they live all these years and we didn’t know they were there?

“The fact is people do see them. Hunters talk about them all the time but no one acknowledges it. People think I’m nuts.”

88 comments:

  1. phol is a damn good researcher that is yet to have his best work appreciated because most of the bfoot community and public hasnt seen any of it.... Yet. What group the OP has assembled with D Randles, Ellis, Mioncyznski, Bart Cutino, Bobo Fay, gimlin, B Smith etc... Nice to see so many experienced researchers with different talents work together and im interested to see what they accomplish together the next few yrs.

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  2. The Olympic project seems to be on a mission to create a "Dream Team" of experts to gather evidence. They must be expecting the DNA paper soon and want to have all the experts on their team, thus eliminating any competition and all possible funding to go in their direction. Great strategy.

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    1. I think it's being set for those who DON'T have solid evidence to leach off those that do, by locking them down in NDAs. Yep, we'll share it even-steven. Trust us.

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  3. "He’d leave them at the site for two or three days and is confident it was sasquatch that took the snacks rather than a raccoon or bear."

    Wow. You really can't make this stuff up.

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    1. Honestly, I mean LOLOLOLOL

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    2. Well actually they are making this stuff up.

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    3. It is pretty amusing to watch Mr. anonymous above me continue to talk to himself and agree with his own comments.

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    4. Anon, 5:59,

      I was Anon 2:31. I cant speak for the other two posts.

      Amusing:

      "He’d leave them at the site for two or three days and is confident it was sasquatch that took the snacks rather than a raccoon or bear."

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  4. lol bullshit... if u got clear video just release it.. the proof will be right there in the video if its any good, idiot baiters.

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    1. You're right. I once saw a movie that had dinosaurs on film. Clear as day! In a place they called Jurassic Park. So dinosaurs must be real! No doubt about it!

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    2. peter you are fucking dumb

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    3. No, he's right. I saw that movie too. Too bad mainstream scientists are covering it up! Hopefully after Dr Ketchup proves bigfoot exists, she'll take on this cause.

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    4. Do any of you a-holes ever think about how destructive your mindless comments may be hurting people that are giving their all for the truth? You sit in your chairs and make calls and "debunk" everything that comes your way, when deep down you are too lazy and gutless to go out and look for yourself. I am a friend of Dennis, I know him and his family very well, both he and his family have made huge sacrifices for the truth. Going out with Dennis changed my life! Since then, I go out squatching every chance I get and have also seen them up close and personal. Oh I suppose I'm lying because I wouldn't shoot it in the face and commit, what I believe is MURDER! I know you will attack me, I dont care, I'm sick of you jackasses beating up the wrong people. Tom Biscardi deserves attacks... Dennis does NOT! He has gone through more frustration and tough time than you can even imagine. He does it all because he knows its true, sadly many people are sooo small minded and pathetic they just say its "fake". Just because you can make a costume that looks like a squatch, doesn't mean that squatches aren't real. Stop attacking good researchers concentrate on discovering the truth for yourself. Regardless if the Erickson project ever goes public or not, even then you will still complain, its all you ever do. Congrats Dennis, you deserve this job, its more your calling than what you've had to do the last year or so, we are very happy for you.

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  5. I was riding Amtrak from Los Angeles to Portland and saw Bigfoot out of the window. I was putting on a magnaband for motion sickness and looked out the window and saw it clear as day. It was either a man in a costume or the real deal. There are no other explanations for what I saw saw.

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    1. I always find that the best time to positively ID unknown animals is when I'm traveling at 60 mph with motion sickness.

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    2. Ladies and gentlemen, the next member of the exclusive OP team!

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  6. Any man that would miss Christmas with his four kids to instead be out in the woods has his priorities (and negotiating skills for travel expenses) seriously screwed up.

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    1. Sounds like your life is boring and pathetic and your just oozing w envy. Who are you to judge any man as a father you loser idiot

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    2. ^calm down Dennis... If you'd rather spend major family holidays out in the woods feeding McDonald's to fake animals than spending that time with your kids, I'd say your kids are better off without you.

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    3. Glass shards glued to the plate and coated in syrup, yummy, yummy little Bigfootie. Whose ur daddy?

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    4. Give him a break, it's not like he feeds that junk food, or glass, to his own kids.
      Really, some people.

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    5. For your information. Dennis gothis wife and family out in the field with him on holidays whenever he could. His priorities are perfectly focused. If any of you ever had a squatch encounter, you would realize that it is much more important than sitting around a dying tree opening boxes of chinese junk, especially if you can share it with your family. As for the glass on the plate, it beats using fish hooks or bullets. Still you bitch on. "Why don't you get proof?" So he gets you proof and then you say "why did you get your proof that way?" Why use sweets? If you have kids, leave a plate of cookies next to a plate of celery on your kitchen counter and see which gets eaten first. I must say, personally I'vehad better luck with sweet corn and bacon than with candy, but whatever works. How many of you have to work holidays, most of us do. Working Christmas was Dennis's job and his passion. I have to work my lousy job as a nurse on holidays without any recognition from my patients, at least Dennis does it for the benefit of all of humanity... still it goes unrecognized. People can be so cruel and self centered.

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  7. I've had the privilage to go on several expeditions with Dennis, and have a tremendous amount of repect for the man.He's a very knowlegable down to earth good guy. Hope all his hard work pays off soon!

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    1. Yeah, he'd rather be out feeding junk food to rodents than spending holidays with his kids. Sounds like a real stand up guy.

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    2. Yeah... I'm sure that's what he did. Wasting tens of thousands of hours feeding rodents....not working on one of the greatest discoveries in our history...Just Suzie Q's to racoons.I'm suprised you have enough IQ points to breath let alone type actual words.

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    3. ^ People's ability to force opinion into a situation which they have no basis for understanding, then turn around and accusing others of "making things up" continues to baffle me...
      David from the PAC/NW

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    4. That wasn't directed at Shane, sorry.
      David from the PAC/NW

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    5. Maybe the Earth IS flat. That french toast I ate this morning wasn't real either was it? We're in the Matrix aren't we?!??!!...........crap

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    6. "The greatest discovery in history" ? Where is the discovery?? When? We've been hearing about this for 50 years, but I'm sure you're right. Bigfoot will be conclusively discovered during your lifetime. Right.

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    7. People don't undestand how important this discovery is. Anyone can have children, be with them on holidays, be in family photos with them on special days, etc... But discovering a new species is more important than all that. You debunkers can look back on your life and your memories with your kids, big whoop, Mr. Pfohl is going to look back on his life and his memories of leaving a McGriddle on a tree stump, and coming back 3 days later to find it missing. You're all just jealous your lives aren't nearly as interesting or important as that.

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    8. Sounds like this man's kids may have something to be very proud of daddy for. As for those of you who are bashing this guy, you need to quit laying on your cracks pushing buttons on a computer all day and get outside and walk some of the lard off.

      Maybe you can go find one of the twinkies this guy has left out for the rodents and eat it. There is some motivation!!

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  8. Something got into my garbage last night... I thought it was raccoons but now I know it was bigfoot!

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  9. It's okay to have different opinions, but I believe in being civil when I disagree with someone's perception of the possible reality of this animal.
    I had believed that it was possible for this species to exist after reading sighting reports from credible people, especially those reports from a group of battle hardened Marines out on a night recon training mission who encountered a BF.
    Then my world axis shifted when I saw one not more than 10 feet from me. He, the BF, froze, I froze making what should have been eye contact except his eyes and hair were all black, then the BF twisted away and he was just gone. I was so shocked it took me a minute to even say to my hubby did he just see something huge and black that was there on the side of the road? He claims he didn't but a BF would need to twist his arm for hubby to acknowledge their existence.
    So please understand that sometimes events put us in places where occurrences can happen when we never wanted to be there, nor to ever have said occurrence of a sighting of a BF happen!

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    1. Where was your sighting? What were the circumstances? What leads you to believe it was bigfoot?

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    2. You are an obvious liar and hoaxer who is mistaken, dillusional, and you believe in fairytales.

      If you are not making this story up, then you obviously saw a bear, a large black man, or an escaped gorilla.

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    3. Dennis phol is a great guy and one of the best we have that gets out there period. On the other end, Oh susie, you're the attention craving nutbag that posts on lindsays blog every chance you get and has just about everything in this field go way over your head in terms of comprehension. You poor dear...

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    4. Ladies and Gentlemen Anonymous:
      Hubby and I accidentally, thanks entirely to a *new* GPS unit that hubby had programmed to take us the *shortest* route from where we were when we picked up a rescued lab we had saved from being killed that had been abandoned along route 7 in Texas,found ourselves on a rutted *dirt* road in the middle of no-where Texas.

      I was horrified, and asked hubby to please turn around because this road would ruin our Suburban truck, so hubby did slow our speed way down but refused to turn around and we continued along the dirt road.

      I was turned in my seat petting our new dog and looking out hubby's side window watching the winter leaf and ground cover free deep woodlands pass by when I saw a *huge* extremely tall and with long arms almost to it's knees black creature standing by the side of the road.

      He appeared as startled as I was to see him, and he froze for a few seconds.I had a really good look at him, and as I watched the momentarily frozen creature twisted to his left, and ducked behind a large thick dead tree trunk.

      I was stunned. I had believed that there were too many credible sightings from reliable witnesses (Marines, Policemen,forest rangers, hunters, and hikers) for there not to be something rare and strange and unusual living in the forests around America.

      However, I had never ever thought that I would actually see one, especially from our car along a rutted untraveled dirt road in Texas.

      All I can tell you is that I did see what I posted about this creature.

      I am a registered nurse with a college education. I am not seeking your disdain, nor your compliments, I am just telling the truth of my sighting.

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    5. Thank you for sharing your story, Susiq2. Please ignore the rude comments that so many in this community seem to throw at one another. How dare anyone tell YOU what YOU saw.

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  10. We are extremely happy to have Dennis and Shannon aboard. There isn't anybody in this field I respect more. We are very lucky they've chosen to work with us. BTW, we are not putting this team together because of the upcoming DNA study. We're doing it because we've always wanted to have the most effective team possible. There is so much to learn about this species and their habitat. It's our hope that a concentrated effort from the top minds in this field will yield much more knowledge and understanding.
    Derek Randles,
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    1. Hey, last time I went camping I left a pack of hot dogs out. The next morning, they were gone. Pretty sure it was an unknown humanoid primate that took 'em. Can I be on the team?

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    2. Derrick, please disregard the small-brained, clothes-minded morons... When do you think we'll have a physical specimen? When Dr. Ketchums paper is published, most universities and science labs will rush to be the first to find a live creture, but they don't have the background your group does. I hope you.find one before the debunkers so we can rub it in there faces! Best of luck to you're team.

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    3. I took my weiner out of its pack and placed it in the bun. Bigfoot rules!!

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    4. "... clothes-minded morons..." Oh my. And people wonder why the BF community gets such a bad rap?

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    5. I think he meant costume minded. It was a Freudian slip.

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    6. '"... clothes-minded morons..." Oh my. And people wonder why the BF community gets such a bad rap?'

      REP = Reputation.
      RAP = A sound.

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  11. Thanks for the support. Don't worry, these negative post don't get me down at all. Actually they're funny. I'm quite sure if you could peer into their lives you'd find overweight undersexed computer jockeys that still live with mom. Takes a whole lot of balls to make awful comments then not sign their names.
    Derek Randles

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    1. Derek, do you think that Mr Pfohls footage with the Erickson project will ever be released?...Appreciate your work, and honesty with the OP!(awesome trail cam pics!).Good luck!........Ken

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    2. Keep up the good work Derek, team looks great. John

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    3. "I'm quite sure if you could peer into their lives you'd find overweight undersexed computer jockeys that still live with mom."

      Guilty as charged :-( :-(

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    5. " I'm quite sure if you could peer into their lives you'd find overweight undersexed computer jockeys that still live with mom."
      The H May retraction was one page back Derek...

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  12. How can this even consider a dream team of researchers when you don,t have Rick dyer, Tim Fasano, squatchmaster, And Joebblack1963..

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    1. Leave Joe alone!!! Really, he doesn't have 1/10th the Blowhard Factor of those other guys.

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  13. I think they need to hire a publicist next. If you want to be taken seriously, think before you release info like the above.

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    1. Dang, that's for sure. What an unnecessarily rude and insulting response to criticism from both those guys. They'd be wise to use this as a learning experience, as people are already pointing out their missteps, ie suggesting the public should consider that Father of the Year some kind of hero for his "sacrifices". Won't fly.

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  14. Hi idiot, the headline is from Shawn (its his blog) and it was based off a snippet from an older newspaper article. It amazes me how ignorant people like you are that love to blab your fat mouth when you have no idea what it is your talking about.

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    1. It is almost as crazy as assuming who ate your happy meal:

      'He’d leave them at the site for two or three days and is confident it was sasquatch that took the snacks rather than a raccoon or bear."

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    2. Maybe they know who ate the stuff they left out because they have video and dna of the sasquatches taking them. Guess you will find out when the project becomes public,if you havent found another topic to flame...

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  15. To the brain surgeons here, you will see the work Dennis has done when the Erickson footage is put forth, and no it's not his fault it's taken so long, I'm quite sure Adrian is waiting for the DNA study to come out before he releases the footage.
    Derek Randles

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    1. Ignorant people have a hard time thinking outside the box and understanding the passion that possesses great people to persevere in something unknown to most people.
      There are so many great people in history that have proved the world wrong because they continued on no matter what was said of them and their crazy ideas!
      I can go on...but I will say goodnight!
      Sincerely,
      Lindsay Broughton

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    2. 'There are so many great people in history that have proved the world wrong because they continued on no matter what was said of them and their crazy ideas!'

      ...by withholding the best evidence until they could profit?

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  16. Your ignorance is showing, big surprise! Neither Dennis or I have any control on when the footage comes out, or when the DNA study will conclude. Mom just called from upstairs, your pizza pocket's done.
    D Randles

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    1. Mr. Randles,if it's really you posting, consider not using insults or making cliched statements about your critics. It makes you seem unprofessional and uneducated. If you wish to be taken seriously, consider acting a bit more mature.

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    2. We have ignorance of the evidence because there is none.
      I do say the same thing about Bigfoot worshipers (researchers) operating in their Command Centers (mother's basements).

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  17. Now wait a minute people, I cannot let your negative comments about the father my husband is to our children go by without comment. Go ahead and critique his work in the field but to personally attack his values is wrong. This man has his priorities right, there is nothing more important to him than his family and he had to sacrifice a lot to bring this evidence to the scientific community and eventually to the public.
    Shannon Pfohl

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    1. Well said Shannon, I understand your feelings entirely, and I sincerely hope that people will give your hubby the respect he so richly deserves.
      He is well respected within the genuine Sasquatch researchers and by the followers of your husband's work.
      Hopefully soon all BF believers will be vindicated by hard science proving the reality of this species.

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    2. Are you retarded? The evidence that will be released in the Erickson project which will be public AFTER the ketchum dna is made public.
      The people involved know about it and so will you soon....dont know when but soon.

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  18. Hi Derek, could you throw us a bone and release a new bigfoot photograph?

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  19. Dream Team?
    Not a single field anthropologist among them. The best, a paleontologist who has demonstrated little in 20 years, a dropped out biologist hanging pheromone chips, a hunter who claims to have killed two in cold blood, and an amateur who doesn't hesitate to bait with glass shards and syrup.
    The rest classic amateur bigfooters.
    It will be a conflict for them when, or if, the DNA paper ever comes out.
    There is not one credible scientific organization, or group, that can or will endorse this team and it's methods.
    Expect the strongest critisims of the DNA Study from this team, and the loudest cry for more studies and funding, since there must be a beat in those woods.
    Offerring public expeditions and training, while they deniy the inhumaity, and bad anthropology they employ, is the height of the Bigtop Circus in Bigfootery.

    Where is Jane Goodall?

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    1. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. What I would like to know is, why do you waste your time reading articles you don't believe, and comment on people you don't even like?! You are using alot of your personal time to give alot of negative commments.
      To me, that is way worse than what you think of anyone in the bigfoot research world spending their time doing!
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    2. anon 6:29, everyone knows it's a dream team of amateur researchers as I don't think the researchers joining would disagree. However, many of those guys and girls may not be accredited with specialized degrees but that does not mean they are inept at evidence collection methods, have boatloads of trial and error experience including much more woods experience then many persons who may hold a degree with no practical experience or time in the field. Let me ask, who would you trust more to get results, someone like DR who's been active into the field for what 30 yrs and I believe is a hunter or some newly graduated biologist who's only gone camping and done daytime university field trips? Is Ranae Holland from FB, supposedly a biologist, not the perfect example, she couldn't track her way out of a National park with signage and that's with the show producers doing whatever they can to make her look good.BTW,

      I hope OP members question Ketchum's work as she's obviously an unprofessional loon. do you not pay attention to who she associates with and things she says? you think that won't be a problem when the "paper" comes out?

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    3. No worries with that! It will be unfortunate if Ketchum's work ends up being a joke, but it won't define who these researchers are. Most people in the OP have a strong belief in Sasquatch from their own personal experiences. You can tell them to their face what they saw wasn't Sasquatch and see what happens!lol
      With that said, there are many more things than the DNA being looked at.

      Lindsay Broughton

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    4. Whats the matter Moneymaker? You flame people on your site, pulverizing them in to oblivion if they dont think like you do. Then you attack other sites with your Jealous rages trying to dis-credit anyone attached to the DNA Project and the affiliates loosely associated with it. its time to pick up your kickball and leave the playground son.

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    5. Evelyn, don't even try to discredit me you bitch, do you know who I am and what I've accomplished in this field? i will crush you as I have the rest of my enemies.... Crush you and you will bow to me!!!


      MM

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  20. On Christmas Eve I left out some milk and cookies. The next morning they were gone. I thought it was Santa it now I now know it was Sasquatch.

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    1. Well hell now that changes everything!!!
      "Sasquatch Baby...hurry down the chimney tonight!!!!"
      Lindsay Broughton

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    2. From what the BFRO says, Sasquatch might eat Rudolph for dinner.

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    3. That makes sense since he ate Santa's cookies! First he ate Rudolph then, had a sweet tooth!

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    4. Where does the Abominable Snowman come in? I'm just waiting for it!.....

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    5. It is Frosty the Snowman. He is friendly not abominable. That incident in Minnesota when he exposed his snow balls was spun way out of control.

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    6. I think it great fun to joke and laugh about all the silly stuff about sasquatch, however, I'm not going to put down other researchers. They laugh too at all the dumb misinformed believed info. out there!
      And if I read too many goofy comments I'll need someone to smack my head so my eyes aren't stuck from rolling them!
      Lindsay Broughton

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  21. I happen to know both Dennis and Shannon Pfohl. Reading the above comments have prompted me to speak out about this entire comment thread. Firstly, I am going to tell you that Dennis is the one person whom I spoke with upon having an unusual encounter that actually gave me a shred of reasoning to his opinion. He listened, but was not at all afraid to be critical in his assesment of my experience. He never told me what I did, or did not see. He simply offered his opinion, advice on researching what happened, and encouraged me to follow up on what I had experienced. From that, he told me to form my own opinion.
    I researched him online, much like all of you here. The signifigant difference is, I actually met him face to face. He was not only gracious with his time, but he approached me as a person who could provide some education as to the history of this particular field.
    I found both he, and his wife to be sincere. I also met three of their four children. I have children of my own, so I am always sizing the next generation up. The Pfohl children are bright, open minded, and respectful. You sure don't get that combination if , as a parent, your priorities are miscalculated. You are mistaken in your assumptions that Dennis' family is not a priority to him. He includes his family in his endeavors, and spends time with them that doesn't involve video games or televisions. That is a parenting maneuver we should all do more often.
    As far as how you determine someone's expertise: Anthropologists are educated in the history of species. Dennis is by far, a field leader in hands on experience. He spends time, at cost to himself financially, in the field. That is his laboratory. It is a far cry from a table top microscope, but it is unparalled in it's necessity to the research needed to validate this species. I doubt you will find many PhD's doing what he does in the name of science. Long story short here- history isn't always found in a book, some times it is found by people who dare to look for the unknown, against common perceptions.
    If you don't believe in sasquatch, this is all irrelevant. There in, you have wasted all of our time putting forth your negative and unsubstantiated claims against this man's character. Further, you must be lacking ambition and ability, as you have time to shoot down another's goals and accomplishments instead of trying to obtain your own.

    If you doubt the methods used by Dennis, that is your choice. As someone who took the time to know the man behind the research, I challenge you to walk a mile in his shoes. Then tell me what he would gain by having sacraficed of himself only to have hateful people such as you ridicule him.

    Dr. Goodall has stated she believes in the existence of a North American primate. So that's a mute point.

    Lastly, check into any lab, and count the number of doctors who work there, in direct coorelation to the number of technicians in the lab. Simply put, you cannot have great scientific discoveries, if you have nobody bringing the science to the lab. Dennis is the man who brings that science to the lab.

    I am not an annonymous party, and am not related to the Pfohl's. My name is Vicki, and I am proud to call them mentors and friends!

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