Monday, December 7, 2015

Ohio Bigfoot Hunters Find Strange Tree Damage In Salt Fork State Park


Tim Stover and company continue their recent expedition in the bigfoot hotbed of Salt Fork State Park in Ohio. In this video of their 2nd day at it, they find some trees with some major damage done to them. It looks almost like they've been clawed and torn apart by something, but what could it be?


8 comments:

  1. What could it be? How about deer bucks rubbing their antlers. It's the rutting season and that's well within their range for height. It's interesting that they go directly to the "it's definitely claw marks" conclusion. You see, they are so focused on Bigfoot that they don't stop to question if the local animals in the area could cause it.

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    1. Na. Its definately a magic 8 foot ape that is everywhere yet nowhere, that only ever leaves just enough "evidence" to be debated but never confirmed. Yes its definately one of those.

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    2. Enough with your logic Curious, Joeholi will be along shortly to insult you, demean you, and be all around P.O.'d that you come at him with logic and patience. Joeholi cant handle these things. He must insult you if you dont believe what he does. Its his cardinal rule.

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    3. ^ IDIOT ,YOU'RE COMMENT HAS BEEN FORWARDED TO Troll(leon) Killer!!
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    4. AC ,..5:37 is one of the good guy's

      earth to AC, put down the bong dude.

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  2. Hey Tim, that Mr.G's store on your way there has nice bigger maps. They are or fishing but show a lot more detail then those generic maps at the park office. You can use them two-fold...No pun intended.

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