Sunday, March 22, 2015

This Report From San Juan Mountains Convince Me That There Are Probably Squatches There


 The San Juans cover 12,000+ square miles of southwestern Colorado, about an eighth of the state. The mountains are relatively new, geologically speaking, and are among the highest and most rugged in North America. Hundreds of San Juan peaks rise above 13,000 feet and many surpass 14,000 feet. The terrain consist of rotten rock, knife-edge ridges and steep slopes covered with debris the size and shape of ball bearings -- the perfect place for squatches to hide. There have been many reports coming from these mountains, including one alleged footage. The following is typical of what witnesses report:

June 2006

My boyfriend and I were on the last night of a week-long vacation/road trip. In the past few days, we were just driving through SW Colorado, driving through areas we had not seen before.

We had driven over Spring Creek Pass (going South). We drove West on a dirt road, into a high valley with a stream. We parked during sunset/moonrise, just off the road and near the stream (a pullout-type area). My boyfriend wanted to get some fishing in before it got too dark. So we quickly started to get a quick dinner together (soup) and get our gear ready for the night. We were not going to put up the tent, but instead took some gear out of the truck bed (truck has a topper) and we were going to sleep in it. We were moving pretty quick to get this stuff done so he could fish, so I guess we weren't paying much attention to other stuff. We did stop to take a few pictures of the rising moon.

He went over to the stream to fish, and I started to eat my soup in my camp chair. The bushes near the stream were very tall and thick, and I couldn't see my boyfriend at all. There were more bushes on the other side of the truck (between the main road and truck). I was just eating my soup, when I heard loud crashing through these bushes (between the road and truck). It sounded like something very big with very long legs stepping through the brush, and it was coming right towards the truck. The brush came very close to the truck (less than 10 ft).

At first, I thought this might a moose. (We had seen moose in the Northern Colorado mtns earlier in the spring, and we had seen a sign posted near the road warning a moose had been seen in the area ("Hunters, be sure of your target..."). So, I first thought this could be a moose. It was definitely very big and had long legs (much bigger than an elk, and not a bear). (We have also seen bear in Colorado, so I've seen the size/movement of bear.)

The last thing I wanted was a big moose (or anything else) to step out of that brush (and on me)! I was very scared. I quickly made room in the front seat, which were now filled with gear, and started honking the horn. I wanted it to know I was there (because it sounded like it was going to pop out of there pretty quick). The crashing continued but seemed to move off a bit. Then it stopped. I couldn't be sure if it had completely moved away or just stopped. My concern was also for my boyfriend. I didn't want a moose to come across him in the bushes by the creek. My boyfriend heard the honking, and I could hear him coming back. The bushes were very thick and he was swearing, struggling. He returned, I explained the situation. Irritated and with fishing pole in hand, he walked up to and down the road a short ways and didn't see anything.

If it were a moose we felt we would have seen it (he from the higher road or I would have seen it crossing the pullout to the stream). My boyfriend would have been able to see if a moose was in/near the bushes near the truck, from that higher position. At this point I heard very low growling, faint (very deep, very low). It seemed to come from the tree line across the road and part way up the hill. It was brief (seemed like 4 growls), and over by the time my boyfriend came back. I didn't tell him at that point, because it didn't make sense, and I didn't want him getting irritated for my being spooked.

He went back to the creek. I sat in the truck and ate my soup, window half down to listen. I heard more noise from the same area as before, this time loud splooshing and splashing (there was a drainage with water that was coming down from the hill to meet the creek). The noise was very loud and distinctive, not at all like natural water sounds. It sounded like something big splooshing in the water.

My boyfriend came back, saying it was getting too dark to fish. He sat in the truck with me and ate. I started to tell him about the splooshing (which stopped when he came back) and the growling from earlier. He was disturbed and said we should leave.

We both knew it wasn't a moose. We felt he would have seen it from the road. We also knew a moose would have not have just hung around making more noise once it knew we were there. I thought it was too big to be an elk/deer/bear. We felt something was still there and we couldn't see it.

We quickly put all the stuff in the truck and drove off. I was surprised that he was so scared, very unusual for him. He finally told me that he had found big footprints by the stream, in the mud. He said they were huge, much bigger than his print, and much deeper (the thing would have to have a large foot and be extremely heavy). He had seen other tracks by the stream, from other animals and from a person earlier in the day (sneaker-type print). He said no man could have made those bigger tracks. He said the tracks also went into deeper brush. When he was working his way back to the truck, he would try to follow these tracks out, but would only end up in deeper brush (thats why he was swearing).

He said he was wondering at the time, "Where is this idiot going? Why is he going into the brush?". He thought there were tracks from more than one, at least two, and from that day.

I asked him, why didn't he say something the first time when he came back. He admitted it took some time to process. He also said that it felt like something was in there with him, in the brush.

He said it took him time to put everything together, the crashing, the growling, the thing not leaving, the giant footprints, the uneasiness. We both concluded it was likely a bigfoot. Giant footprints like that are hard to argue with.

The noises were made from a big animal , but he didn't see anything from the road. My boyfriend said these things must have been intelligent. They seemed to be watching/waiting/hiding. They knew when he walked away and came back.

When we drove away from the pullout, I had a good look at the brush between the road and truck, and it amazed me how small an area it was. If something big was in there, and it didn't leave, it would really have to hide in there.

I've always believed in bigfoots, but my boyfriend has always been skeptical (even despite the visual sightings by his step-dad, his friend, and his own odd experiences). But he thinks it was a bigfoot. I wish I had seen the tracks, but there was no way!

Also, I don't think I've ever seen my boyfriend that scared. He just kept driving. When we finally pulled over somewhere. He wouldn't get out of the truck.

Here's a footage that someone captured a couple of years ago in the San Juans. Could this be the creature people are seeing?




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    1. Okay, that was close!

      But yes, hello to Eva too!

      Uno!

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    2. I fear my declaration lost me my first 'first' of the year! DK UK

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    3. Any declaration of love for Eva deserves to be first! I gladly give my first to you and your love for Eva. Everyone loves Eva!

      But I hate insomnia :( Uno!

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    4. I don't love Eva. I don't even know her.

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  2. First! Love you Eva R! X DK UK

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    1. Awwwwwwww thanks that was nice to read on a Sunday morning,love to you too DK and Uno xx

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  3. Yet another entirely unsubstantiated bigfoot story.

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  4. I am a traveling salesman. I drive all over the U.S. and Canada. Bigfoots are everywhere! As I drive there are:
    Bigfoots to the left of me!
    Bigfoots to the right of me!
    Road kill Big foots in front of me!
    I see herds of them grazing on the mountains and fields.
    Yep! There must be 2.5 million Bigfoots, in the U.S. alone.

    And yet, not one "Bigfooter", out of thousands, has gotten any evidence. That's "Physical" Evidence!
    Since my IQ is quite high, either:
    1. Footers have NO clue, what they are doing
    2. They don't exist!

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    1. Your point 2 is incorrect so you can't be so intelligent. Footers do exist ;)

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    2. I'll take "They don't exist" for one million Alex . . . or a "real" Bigfoot picture for a thousand.

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    3. 6:20 ...oh,but you`re wrong..there is lots of evidence such as unclassified species hair/unknown primate hair and the like.

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    4. It's always amusing to see someone bait people with sensationalist claims... Nothing more audacious than suggesting something could be imaginary via imaginary stats. Discounting a topic because it doesn’t fit into your preconceived view of an unclassified creature you don't find credible is not good logic.

      "There is no evidence" is used by these people because from that lie it is easier for them to base their attacks. Remember, these people are rhetorical, they don't want a debate, purely because they can't sustain one so they need a leg up to which using such lies serves.

      Until someone comes around with the evidence.

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    5. For Chico xx
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lqEpJI0XSY

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    6. Joe believes someone denying the existence of a non-proven mythic ape-man running around North America is "baiting people with sensationalist claims."

      Now that's rich!

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    7. lktomi wrote, ". . . these people are rhetorical, they don't want a debate, purely because they can't sustain one. . . ."

      Good point. If it comes to discussing evidence they often don't really debate the evidence itself, but switch off to something else. Evidence like the many thousands of eye witnesses for many decades, many of them very credible, even from a number of different law enforcement agencies. It's difficult to counter that and some just blank things like that out and ignore it and revert to (where's the body?).

      Now, there are honest skeptics who aren't playing games, and we need to avoid confusing them with the BFE site troll, who posts anonymously or under various titles, and pretends to be different people, often answering his own comments like he is a different person.

      We need to not categorize all skeptics like this troll whom it seems just wants to disrupt things and is not here for honest discussion.

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    8. P.S. the site troll is the one making all the "Joe" did this and that comments, and he sometimes writes perverse things like this he wrote just today elsewhere:

      "AnonymousSunday, March 22, 2015 at 12:07:00 PM PDT
      Plop goes the hot turd"

      The site troll sometimes mixes Joe comments with poop and other retarded talk. He frequently answers his own posts like he is another person. It's done so often its obvious. We need to be careful not to regard legitimate skeptics with this sick person who seeks pleasure by destroying, disrupting, and and trying to shock people with perverse comments.

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    9. Thats because he is a psychotic retard and likes to play with his own feces.

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    10. 2nd P.S. the site troll wrote this yesterday:

      "AnonymousSaturday, March 21, 2015 at 2:02:00 PM PDT
      I dropped a nice big hot floating thing in the commode this morning"
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      He tries to write things to "shock" people out of some perverted pleasure. Getting pleasure from trying to shock and disturb people is really sick.

      Further below in this comment section the troll writes:

      AnonymousSunday, March 22, 2015 at 9:49:00 AM PDT
      Lookie there, it's joetomi pooping on the chess board again."

      He thinks the image of someone posting here pooping on a chess board is a shocking thing to say. It gets pleasure thinking it will be shocking. Further down in the comments he writes more:

      "AnonymousSunday, March 22, 2015 at 9:23:00 AM PDT
      call me plain ole fashion and I like a lolly pop in my mouth and butter up my ass and I'll believe in bigfoot when I can poke and prod one with a stick"
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      He also constantly makes more mundane comments like this one.

      "AnonymousSunday, March 22, 2015 at 7:30:00 AM PDT
      This report convinces me that we need more convincing."
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      It adds nothing to the discussion. He just wants to make a mockery of the comments section because he has this sadistic need.

      Now he's claiming lktomi has all these different accounts, that even I am one, because I've been commenting how he posts like he is different people.

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    11. The Anon above who just wrote, "Thats because he is a psychotic retard and likes to play with his own feces."

      Is the same site troll. He likes to make comments, often involving poop, because he gets pleasure from the thought of shocking people. He answered like he's another person, like he often does, even to put down himself if he can make these kinds of comments.

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    12. Dover, no I am not lol! I will leave you to your own sleuthing.

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    13. The site troll wrote this yesterday:

      "I dropped a nice big hot floating thing in the commode this morning"
      .................................................................

      He tries to write things to "shock" people out of some perverted pleasure. Getting pleasure from trying to disturb people is really sick.

      Further below in this comment section he writes at 9:49:00 AM PDT
      "Lookie there, it's joetomi pooping on the chess board again." His comment above about playing with feces is also him.

      He thinks the image of playing with feces or someone here pooping on a chess board is a shocking thing to say. He gets pleasure thinking it will be shocking. Further down in the comments he writes at 9:23:00 AM PDT "call me plain ole fashion and I like a lolly pop in my mouth and butter up my ass and I'll believe in bigfoot when I can poke and prod one with a stick"
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      He also constantly makes more mundane comments like this one at 7:30:00 AM PDT "This report convinces me that we need more convincing."
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      It adds nothing to the discussion. He just wants to make a mockery of the comments section because he has this sadistic need.

      Now he's claiming lktomi has all these different accounts, that even I am one, because I've been commenting how he posts like he is different people.

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  5. Anon. 6:35....That was AWESOME and HYSTERICAL!!!

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  6. The Reports from Nob hill convinces me there are probably Squatches living there!

    Nob hill is in Columbia County, N.Y. This area contains 100 acres of wide open fields, with little to no forested areas. It contains numerous hiking trails, where thousands of bored "City people" come. Yet, there are hundreds of sightings and many encounters.
    Same goes for Central Park in New York City. Bigfoots are seen there all the time!
    The BFRO Reporting!

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    1. my fave was the squatch driving a winnebago

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  7. This report convinces me that we need more convincing.

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  8. https://mobile.twitter.com/BFRO_Updates/status/579470374976376832/photo/1


    The real deal folks.

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    1. ^^^ Now this video in my opinion is the Real Deal by far, Long arms and massive in size as well.............

      https://thedavisreport.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/calgary-bigfoot-video-animation-cropped.gif

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  9. if it sounded like a moose and your first clue was that it might be a moose then it is a moose. nothing more and nothing less. it couldn't be a bigfoot since they don't really exist.

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  10. call me plain ole fashion and I like a lolly pop in my mouth and butter up my ass and I'll believe in bigfoot when I can poke and prod one with a stick

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  11. GROSS 9:23! Really? You have absolutely nothing better to do with your Sunday? The internet is porn oriented, I'm quite sure you could find others who share your dreams and hobbies instead of coming here where the rest of us look at your posts and say "ewww, he needs help". We are interested in Bigfoot, not butterbutt!!

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    1. Dont mind 9:23, as he is nothing more than a SICK pervert!!
      Anyhoo!
      So What do ya think?? Wink!

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    2. 9:23 is definitely a JREF/ISF footer.

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    3. a buffoon...much like your trolling ^^^

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    4. @ Abohli, its the same person answering all these replies to your comment. It's the site troll.

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  12. Iktomi, If you are still online, I set you an email this morning.

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    1. Received friend! Will respond very soon bro!!

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    2. Pardon my typo. "Sent" you an email, not "set".

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    3. People who are used to the internet expect gaffs now and again...Like I was drunk last night and ducked my wife.

      It's considered polite and good etiquette to ignore things like that, only a--holes point them out and pull you up on them, so gaff away. ;¬)))

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    4. 12:29: Don't worry, it's just Joe talking to himself again.

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  13. Bigfoot is folklore. That's it.

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    1. When folklore transmits into contemporary reports and physical evidence; it's then called oral history.

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    2. None of your so called evidence is anything remotely conclusive. Losing point you have.

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    3. Spinning fantastical tales does now account for oral history, Joe.

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    4. When folklore and contemporary reports and inconclusive physical evidence is used to support an unproven creature, it's called confirmation bias.

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