Jonathan Brown Sits Down With Ed Brown To Tell His Story


Want to know how the famous thermal footage was captured by the Browns? Jonathan and Sara Brown captured what may very well be the best FLIR image of a Bigfoot in contention with the "other" Brown thermal by Stacy Brown Jr. Jonathan sat down with Ed to discuss his multiple encounters with Sasquatch including the famous FLIR footage. Watch below:



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  1. Anybody with 1/2 a brain can easily see it's FAKED! Hoaxed!
    Always all Videos presented here are always deemed FAKE/HOAX!
    You people are sooooooooo desperate!

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  2. You can see that 3 out of the 4 hot spots in the thermal photograph, ARE ROCKS! Instead of a 4 or 5 foot wide shoulders, you actually CAN'T SEE SHOULDERS AT ALL, BECAUSE THEY ARE ROCKS! The only remaining hot spot is in the upper center of the 4 hot spot group. Which COULD BE ANYTHING! Consequently, this thermal and all the hoopla that was associated with it, WAS A FALSE ALARM! The failure by those associated with the photograph, to report that they were getting hot readings from rocks that were mistaken for Bigfoot, does not put them in a favorable light. Consequently, Stacey Browns reputation, good or bad, that was originally based on this thermal, is back to square one. The only thing that he did to win Spike's TV Bounty, was not fight with his partner in the final round elimination. So where does that leave Stacey Brown Jr, since the specifics of his achievements are not what one would want to boast about?

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    1. Correction: The rock thermal was Ed Brown. The Spike TV win for not fighting, was Stacey Brown. Both are non-achievements.

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    2. Double Correction. Jonathan Brown captured the Brown Thernal Imave pictured above and Stacy Brown Jr. Captured what appears to be a large male in motion. So. Let's straighten out our Browns before we sit down with Ed. Shall we DSA?

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    3. 8:41, you clearly know very little about the climate in western WA. Let's just say there aren't any hot rocks in November.

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    4. ^ Esp. In the woods in the middle of the night.

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    5. The rocks are visible in the daylight photo. Clear as a bell.

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    6. This has already been discussed. Pls try to keep up. There are no large rocks there. The area below the branch shows the lady's jacket thru light brush.

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    7. Anybody can claim anything. Who exactly has corroborated the liklihood by visiting the site to verify that there are no other objects that can absorb and reflect heat, like the rocks pictured in the daylight photo? A pal, an old buddy or perhaps Rick Dyer? This looks like another publicity seeker trying to pull a fast one on the overtrusting public.

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    8. No rocks are there. Apparently your reading comprehension is very poor. This has been thoroughly analyzed and documented all over the net.

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