Monday, March 30, 2015

American Veterans Are Invited To A Bigfoot Hunt And Capture In Oklahoma


American Veterans are invited to a bigfoot hunt and capture event in Hochatown, Oklahoma, May 29-31, 2015 at Beavers Bend State Park. The details of the event are below, except the part about how they plan on actually capturing a bigfoot.



May 29-31 Beavers Bend State Park Hochatown, Oklahoma

Veterans from all across America are invited to join us in the hunt and capture of Bigfoot. For more information:
Email scottydee@honoringamericaswarriors.org or woundedveteransofoklahoma@gmail.com
Contact Scotty Dee at 405-659-4156 or James Martin at 405-326-2424

Bigfoot is a large, hairy, bipedal, humanoid creature and is one of the most famous examples of cryptozoology. It is said to have characteristics of both human and great ape. The creature is often referred to as Sasquatch. Who better to hunt and capture this creature than combat veterans.
General Gear you will need to bring.
Backpack
Tent
Sleeping Bag
Compass
Flash Light and Spare Batteries
Matches of Lighter
Knife of Multi-tool
First Aid Kit
Bug Spray

Along with your general packing items, you'll want to take some more advanced equipment on your hunt. Here is a list of some important things to remember:
GPS
Cell phone/Satellite phone
Two-way Radios
Night-vision gear
Photographic Equipment
Pheromone chips are a method used to attract Bigfoot by creating an impregnated scent. The chip is attached to a tree branch, and left for Bigfoot to arrive. They are often accompanied with a trail cam to capture an image. These chips are made up of a mixture of ape and human pheromones. Pheromone chips aren't proven to work for this type of animal, although they are used to attract other wild animals such as deer. Experts say that any primate would be attracted to them.

National Bigfoot Hunt 2015 

17 comments:

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    1. ^
      William Parcher again ? Does your elderly mommy call you her little Bigfoot skeptic although you're like 50 ?

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    2. Not William Parcher, just a guy making a joke. Just to let you know, both my mother and father are dead.

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  2. I'm not a veteran. Can I come along, or am I excluded?

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    1. You are not good enough to be included.

      This is a warrior class event only.

      Though members of the political class may also attend.

      Move on goyim.

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  3. "Beaver's Bend"- lol. Living nearby in Texas that name always made me laugh. I hear it's an nice place.

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  4. Bring pheromone chips and trail cams along because, you know....we've had so much success with those.

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  5. They forgot to add "hand-wipes" to their "need to take" list...there`ll be a lot o` masturbation going on in dem tents.

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    1. They forgot to add "hand-wipes" to their "need to take" list...there`ll be a lot o` mast ur ba tion going on in dem tents.

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    2. I don't use 'hand wipes' after Jerking off. It's on YOUR hands!

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  6. They forgot to add "hand-wipes" to their "need to take" list...there`ll be a lot o` mazturbation going on in dem tents.

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  7. Has anyone tried kickin Bigfoot in her kunt when she ain't lookin?

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  8. Suggested Additional Items:
    1. Needle and thread to reattach arms, legs and other vital appendages
    2. Helmet with face shield for flying rocks coming out of nowhere
    3. Pine box to bury you in
    4. Identification bracelet to identify your body
    5. 4th dimension handcuffs to keep that bad boy from disappearing into another dimension
    6. 50,000 volt electrified holding cell with 2 foot thick reinforced concrete walls, on wheels
    7. Your Last Will and Testament

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  9. As someone that has spent years studying bigfoot and have had many encounters, I think trying to capture or kill a bigfoot is foolish, cruel, and could end very badly. Not everyone can emotionally or mentally handle an encounter, which is why I carefully select people to have an experience. It is a crappy situation to be chasing a terrified person through dark woods that have screaming, growling, rock throwing giants in them. It's best to just visit the bigfoot on their terms, it's safer, more effective, and much better for everyone. I'm also an army veteran, but again, just because someone is a vet, doesn't mean they are suitable for bigfoot research.

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    1. Yes, I think Mike B. once wrote here how he took some guys out who got scared and ran away and refused to have anymore to do with it. Some people are not cut out for this kind of research.

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  10. Anyone remember the hoaxed capture of Daisy, in Oklahoma a year of so ago? With the secret spec ops capture team? Stupid then, stupid now. I'd pay real money to see 'foot researchers try and restrain such a creature. More carnage than MMA.

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  11. Anyone remember the hoaxed capture of Daisy, in Oklahoma a year of so ago? With the secret spec ops capture team? Stupid then, stupid now. I'd pay real money to see 'foot researchers try and restrain such a creature. More carnage than MMA.

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