Here's a good camping video involving Bigfoot. With all the talk about polygraphs and DNA lately, things have gotten way to serious, so we're going to lighten things up a bit by show you this Bigfoot skit.
This story was circulating the internet way back in 2004, or maybe as far back as 1999. Back when everybody was on 56k dial-up modems and a "Facebook" was just a regular book with directory listing of names and headshots. This story was so disturbing and so shocking that nobody believed it at the time. It was the Robert Lindsay "Bear Hunter: Two Bigfoots Shot and DNA Samples Taken" story of the time. And like Robert's Bear Hunter story, this witness didn't have a name. The only thing known about the witness is that this person was a government employee, anonymous of course.
The author of the story was a science teacher named Thom Powell who believe it really happened and that the whole story was an elaborate cover-up. Powell said the anonymous government employee alerted the BFRO about a 7.5 feet long/tall burn victim with "multiple burns on hands, feet, legs and body; some 2nd and 3rd degree burns". Sadly, there was no DNA samples taken from th…
The damage control is in full swing. The Ketchum camp's public relations girl, Robin Lynne Forestpeople (yes, that's her name on Facebook, also seeBlueberry Bagel story), just responded to statements made by Russian scientist, Igor Burtsev, that Dr. Melba Ketchum's Bigfoot DNA paper was rejected by U.S. peer review journals and sent to Russia instead. Lynne posted the following statement on the Forest People Friend's Facebook group just minutes ago: