Monday, November 24, 2014

This Massive Boulder Was Thrown at Some Researchers In Idaho


Wow! Idaho Bigfoot researcher Jen N. just shared this photograph on Facebook. There's really no other explanation for this except that it was thrown by a massive creature with hands and the upper-body strength of Hercules. "Ok guys, check this out. This is at our spot near Boise we believe to be a nursery. Try having THIS thrown at ya!" wrote Jen.

Apparently, the beast that throw the boulder at them was a creature they coined as the "guardian".

"We are following three family groups, in what we think to be a nursery spot. These guys get very close, and have determined there is a "guardian" for each family group (guardian is the term we coin for the 10 foot lead male)"

The boulder traveled quite a distance before stopping




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    1. No it's not. I have bigger rocks than that holding down a tarp on my fire wood.

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  2. crazy how them rocks come down hill like that in the snow. gotta be a squatch

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  3. Would like to know a lot more about this one, especially the weight of the rock
    Chuck

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  4. in my hood we gots crack rock bigger than dat!!!!!

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  5. Must of been a "bloke in a suit" ;)

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    1. Or some idiot in Ferguson has really bad aim.

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  6. Wild Bill got put on probation on the Mountain Monsters Team! Such drama! It was all about the Bear Beast people, all about the Bear Beast.

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    1. Hahah!! Fun show (hi chick) ... :)

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    2. Chick wasn't that months ago, or you watching re-runs?

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    3. WILD BILL was never a Marine! He failed boot camp! He's a phony just like the rest of the Mountain Monsters team.

      You want to know why WILD BILL has no teeth, and talks funny? B/c he was "Beat down' at his local VFW for trying to pass off that he was a REAL Marine!

      When not filming BS monsters, he works for the states WV utility company, as a line man.
      When driving through WV, you will notice the Poles are soooooo smooth a shiny. Want to know why?

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  7. A rock in the snow. So? Not what I would consider evidence of anything. Now, if you caught on film a blur squatch throwing a rock it would still not be good evidence. Get up there to the "nursery" and get some real evidence, say a squatch diaper or something.

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  8. Massive boulder? The pine or fir needles are probably 1" on average so maybe the rock is about 12" long.

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  9. I don't see how this is a big rock. I think it would weigh no more than 10 pounds. Easily thrown by any normal sized man.

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    1. I don't see how dirt and pine needles are laying in the area were the rock slid. That thing has been there for days if not longer. Busted.

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    2. Actually you can see where the pine needles were pushed along with the boulder as it slid, incidently those needles are 4 to 6 inches long...

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  10. This rock was slightly over 2 feet long and could not be lifted by a normal man.

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  11. Stop harassing the animals if you don't care for stone missiles.

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    1. That's not a nice thing to say about the good, law abiding citizens of Ferguson!

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  12. Finding Bigfoot could make one, possibly two episodes outta this single picture.

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  13. So easy to hoax this even Rick Dyer could do it. Just get someone to throw a rock, let it hit and slide in the snow, and then say a Big foot threw it!
    Boy either the FOOTERS are getting dumber and Desperate, or Shawn, is running out of material to show!

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    1. How do you pick up and throw a two foot long stone through the trees when one average sized guy couldn't even move it when he tried?

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  14. There is no proof it was picked up and thrown. You could say, see that log, it was thrown at us. That log must weigh 400 lbs.Therefore, it is lying here because of a squatch.

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