Thursday, December 6, 2012

From The Files Of BFRO - Case #15821 - Hiker's Moonlight Encounter


The second in a series from the files of the BFRO. A backpacker spends a frightening night with the great beast. Visit BFRO report center here - bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=15821

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    1. My world as I know it has come to an end..........
      My first time to bust my Virginity was a BUST!!!!

      Big Dad. ;(

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    2. It's ok, the posts both say 8:07, so, i'd call it a tie.

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  2. A backpacker? kind of says it all doesn't it? What are the BFRO and everybody else?

    Picnic table, BBQ, car driving!! Oh two of 'em loons.

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    1. No he is not, and should stop using their reports for his benefit!

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  4. u can make up 100000s of these stories. BFRO - Fraud.

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    1. A least you had the balls to comment with your true identity. As much as I appreciate your honesty you are a bit misguided. Fraud is a heavy word my friend. Do you have evidence to substantiate that claim?

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  5. I liked this story Phil and am glad you brought it here. I like your Bfro renditions, just curious is it OK with them, I doubt they would object. Since I have met several BFRO researchers I have little doubt this actually happened as they do a very good job on investigating and even hiked all the way to the site. What a terrifying way to spend a night in the wilderness. The amazing part is that the gun shots did not drive the creature off until the final one. Sometimes a gun shot will drive them totally away, but there are many instances in which they will act just as the female did in this case, and this is a perplexing part of their culture.

    For Mr. Hernandez, perhaps you should meet a Bfro researcher or two and sit down and have a chat with them. I can assure you that the BRFO is no fraud, or perhaps your time would be better spent baking a cake.

    For Phil - Keep them coming.

    Chuck

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    1. ^^^^
      Insanely jealous because he sucks at cake baking.

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  6. Baking a cake!! Good one Chuck.

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  7. He pissed his pants. This must be a natural reaction to drive away whatever is causing to to piss

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  8. In 2006 my brother and I were camping in the Desolation wilderness near the Rubicon River. We were awakened at approx. 2:00am to knocking on trees. We sat up for 30 mins listening as one would knock and two others would respond. This was in May and we did not see any other people in the area. We found some tracks and photgraphed them. We then found a 16' pine tree near our camp broken at the base and the surrounding young trees were all snapped at the tops about 8'up. We documented it all on film. Parts of this area are very dense and hard traveled.

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  9. What a dumbass! That dude probably could have got some!

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  10. Perfect reason to own a Ruger 454 Casull. Teach that monkey a lesson! Then bongie cord the fucker to the hood and head in to collect on all the $$$. Of course, ignoring all the "don't kill it Homo-Green Peace-Subaru Driving, Pussies!"

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    1. Actually the best defense against imaginary monsters is rational thought.

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    2. if a real monster shows up, those with an imagination will be best suited to deal with the problem.

      While the rational will sit in the corner crying!

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  11. Thanks Phil, I think I can use this story in my Communion message Sunday. I'll title it, "In The Face Of Danger". Oh, and I'm sorry I called you a jerk in your previous post. You have been redemmed.

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    1. Communion message? Are you one of them priesty buggers?

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  12. New this holiday season:
    Phil Poling reads BFRO case files…
    All the classics are here, including Case # 15821 and Case#54229
    Listen to Phil’s voice as he tingles telling the tale of Case#36671 and lets not forget the one that started it all Case#1.
    Act now, supplies are limited!

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  13. @Anon 11:41, priesty buggers?....Mark my words, THERE WILL be a day when you need God...Take it as you will. Like a old WWII friend once told me, there are no athiest in the foxhole. Fire burns whether you believe it or not. Hell is real whether you believe it or not.
    Remember, athiest get all dressed up when they die and no place to go....Well almost no where to to go..er hmm
    I'd rather be safe then sorry
    Think about it..
    Thanks for reading and replying

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