Monday, January 18, 2016

Are There Subspecies Of Bigfoot?


From the youtube channel of The RatFiles:

Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Hairy Man, Yeti - names spanning the globe for a giant primate thought extinct but still seen. Grover Krantz said it was ‘Gigantopithecus Blackie’, but what if beneath that title there are dozens of sub-branches and there are many types?

59 comments:

  1. "The reality is, most people who claim to encounter a bigfoot with a gun in their hands, say they can't shoot. Because it would be like shooting a human."

    Les Stroud Survivorman

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    1. That didn't stop Rick Dyer from unloading on one with a 30.06. The same could be said of Justin Smeja.

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    2. ^agreed... except Rick shot one and Justin likes to talk about shooting one.

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    3. Didn't Justin claim to shoot one and then strangle the baby?

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    4. Justin made it up. Bryan sykes proved it was a bear just like all other bigfoot encounters. No such thing.

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    5. "It was well known within the community that Justin submitted a tissue sample to Sykes that was believed to be that of a bear. This was known information before hand. Yet when the documentary was released, it was edited to make it sound like Smeja claimed to have acquired the tissue sample directly from the bigfoot itself. This was not only misleading, it was an outright lie. Regardless of how you feel about Smeja, or what your opinion is on his claim, he was in fact misrepresented and lied about during this documentary (Bigfoot Files). That is a fact."
      - Matt Knapp

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    6. Cant keep my joerg to myself
      Cant keep my joerg to myself
      Whats wrong with being
      Whats wrong with being
      Whats wrong with being....Joergicated!!

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    7. http://www.isu.edu/rhi/pdf/Nature-of-the-Beast.pdf

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    8. Nature of the zero bigfoots

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    9. "the results will be published in the proper journals".. A phrase joe repeats to himself in his sleep. As he special pleads to himself.

      Can't keep my Joerg to myself

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    10. "Sykes’ verdict on Zana, an alleged almasty captured in the 1850s on the southern slopes of the Caucasus Mountains, is a nod to the labor of the Russian hominologists during four decades of the Snowman Commission at Moscow’s Darwin Museum. The mainstream media has completely misinterpreted what Sykes’ book has to say about this, and talk of Zana being an “escaped African slave” demeans what appear to be the genetic realities behind the case. You must read Sykes’ Chapter 29, to fully appreciate what he has discovered.
      “Part-human, part-ape with dark skin (Zana means ‘black’ in Abkhaz) she was covered with long, reddish-brown hair which formed a mane down her back. She was large, about 6’6” tall, and extremely muscular with exaggerated, hairless buttocks and large breasts. Her face was wide with high cheekbones and a broad nose,” notes Sykes (page 296). Zana was no slave from Africa, but an individual with genetics that tell us much more about the population from which she sprang. As Bryan Sykes hints, “Zana’s ancestors could have left Africa before the Laran exodus of 100,000 year ago” and “they might well be still there [in the Caucasus Mountains] to this day, living as they have for millennia somewhere in the wild valleys that radiate from the eternal snows of Elbrus,” (page 306)."

      ... And to the repeated misuse of the concept of Special Pleading;

      "Special pleading (or claiming that something is an overwhelming exception) is a logical fallacy asking for an exception to a rule to be applied to a specific case, without proper justification of why that case deserves an exemption."

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    11. just listen to joe special pleading above. He got blown the f#ck out!

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    12. Don't mind the guy...if its about Bigfoot, he'll believe it. He has no capacity to approach the subject with scrutiny. In fact, I'd say he's incredibly closed minded since the only explanation he ever accepts is Bigfoot. Total tool.

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  2. Peter Byrne, a professional hunting guide and later a professional bigfoot researcher, expressed serious concerns about the film processing timeline, after devoting "hundreds of hours" investigating the issue. In addition to the fact that the Eureka post office closed at 5 pm, Byrne found that there was no package shipping by bus, and that there were no scheduled air carriers from the one commercial field in the area, located between the coastal towns of Eureka and Arcata. According to Byrne, that left a chartered flight as the only option. Of course, neither Patterson or Gimlin claimed to have sent the film by chartered airplane. There were five charter pilots at the time, and Byrne found four of them, all of whom not only denied such a flight, backed up by their log books. The fifth man was deceased. In addition, the pilots found that it was rainy and windy that evening, and they would not have flown under those conditions except in the case of an emergency, which, one must agree, this film was not. Further, neither Patterson nor Gimlin was likely to had the cash to have contemplated such a flight. That left Al DeAtley to have, somehow, and for some reason, to have arranged for a charter flight during a storm. He had a pilot, but it turned out the pilot was unavailable that day. DeAtley upon repeated questioning by Byrne, Long, and others has continued to repeat that he has no recollection whatsoever of any role in transporting or processing the film.

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    1. http://bigfootevidence.blogspot.co.uk/2016/01/this-audio-sounds-like-king-kong.html?m=0

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    2. Dont cry for me joergamina. The truth is, i never joerged you.

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    3. haha, got Evita suit ??

      Joe

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  3. Justin is all over the map. Strangle, shoot, whatever....

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  4. "There was no way to get the film developed on a friday night so i called up the local flight school and got myself on an overnight flight training program. Passed the test by 7am then borrowed a crop duster from a local farmer and flew to the city. It was there i found the film developers were not open so i found a way in round the back, quickly read some instruction manuals and fired up the machines by myself. I then got the film developed, flew back home, dropped the plane off and then phoned my buddy in order to screen the film that night (honest)."

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    1. sounds legit, and footers would have no problem believing this. Footers are laughed at by the entire planet.

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    2. "Friday, October 20, 1967

      At approximately 1:30PM, Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin begin filming a hairy bipedal subject walking away from them, up Bluff Creek.
      59.5 seconds later (assuming 16 FPS film speed), the role of film runs out.
      Gimlin pursues the film subject up the creek on horseback for approximately 300 yards before returning to Patterson.
      The pair spend about 15 minutes rounding up Patterson's horse.
      Patterson changes the film in his camera under a poncho at the film site.
      They return on horseback to Gimlin's truck (at Louse Camp?) for casting materials.
      Upon returning to the film site, Patterson and Gimlin attempt to track the film subject. Gimlin follows sign for approximately 200' up the mountain before stopping due to the terrain.
      Two casts are made - one of a left foot impression and one of a right foot impression. Patterson chooses the most perfect, foot-shaped imprints he can find.
      Patterson documents the trackway on a second roll of film. This film is subsequently lost.
      Patterson and Gimlin leave Bluff Creek and drive to Eureka, CA, to send the film via airplane to Yakima, WA, to be processed. Note that according to Daniel Perez, John Green's recollection is they drove to Arcata, CA, although all other sources say they went to Eureka. The two towns are only 8 miles apart.
      While in Eureka, they call Patterson's brother-in-law Al DeAtley, Albert Hodgson of Willow Creek, CA, and the British Columbia Museum in Victoria, BC, requesting dogs and scientists be sent to the film site. While the museum sends no one, they do call John Green who in turn notifies Rene Dahinden.
      Patterson calls the Yakima Times-Standard and is interviewed by an unknown reporter.
      Patterson and Gimlin return to Willow Creek, CA, and speak to Al Hodgson and Sylvester McCoy before returning to Louse Camp."

      ... You'll notice that according to the timeline, on the Friday;
      "Patterson and Gimlin leave Bluff Creek and drive to Eureka, CA, to send the film via airplane to Yakima, WA, to be processed."
      ... This would give ample time for the film to be processed. If the processing machine in Yakima was already running there would have been no need to "fire it up" on Saturday. Possibly DeAtely had an arrangement with this "friend" to develop any film Roger came up with "under the table".

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    3. Cant keep my Joerg to myself

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    4. Its the smoking gun. The plane story was obviously retrofitted after they realised they made for themselves an imposible film processing timeline.

      All irrelevent anyway because we know bigfoot does not exist because the supporting evidence that is required is non existent.

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    5. Negative.

      Any claim that the "story is retrofitted" goes against a 47 year old accepted timeline of events... To which many people still alive attest to, and to which many plausible reasons can be applied to empty "versions" that have either been poorly researched or changed and in turn packaged as truth for pseudosceptics to sleep better at night.

      To suggest that relict hominids to not exist because there is no modern type specimen is a negative proof logical fallacy, and is rhetorical to the many sources of reliable evidence attributed to an as of yet unclassified bipedal primate that is twice the size of normal human primates.

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    6. joe just got blown the f@ck out again!

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    7. Its amazing the hoops footers jump through to try to justify a crappy film of a bloke in a suit without which leaves the fate of bigfoot research resting on a steaming turd sasfooty found in the garden.

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    8. You are invited to demonstrate exactly where these "hoops" are, being rude and derogatory doesn't get you any closer to achieving that... Nor does it get you closer to finding a magic monkey suit.

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    9. It's a bloke in a suit...Sigh.

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    10. 8;04

      You really are very dim if you believe that is the case in most sightings.

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    11. 10:44... Yes. Allegedly with a magic monkey suit that has defied 47 years of fur cloth techniques.

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    12. Truly. He really believes this nonsense...in fact, he thinks we're the fools!

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    13. Iktomi, with all due respect, rude and derogatory are among your favored responses to many, many people who dare to scrutinize the evidence. You are in no position to make that kind accusation.

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    14. ...Well, all sides agree the film was developed by conventional means..The existence of clandestine pornographers working for Al, or as Joe thinks, a friend or connection that worked in a nearby lab are needed to explain how the film was ready for viewing by Sunday morning...There are problems with these scenarios and it is easier to believe it was simply filmed earlier..

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    15. ...s\b "was not developed by conventional means"...

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  5. 4;37 ...has inner turmoil problems yet to be addressed

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  6. Are there subspecies of Joe/Iktomy?

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    1. Yes there are, and I'm starting to categorize them, repeatable pics of the same sub-species, once again proves my evidence is not Pareodalia, and every video is posted for any skeptic to look at. I had NO IDEA what was in the woods folks, but it is all documented, and cannot be refuted, PERIOD!

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    2. Anon 8:06, I thought you were asking Joe/Iktomi if there were sub-species, sorry, mis-read your post.

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    3. DS, you are either a great troll or one deluded dude. The thought that you aren't joking is very scary.

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    4. there is no sub species of me mate. i am unique and here to school all trolls who by the way do have their own sub species some of which can be quite wild and aggressive

      Joe

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    5. There may be no subspecies of you, but You yourself are a human subspecies. You school the trolls (any one who doesn't share your views exactly) on what a buffoon looks like, I'll give you that, "Joe"

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    6. Hi Dmaker !
      Trolls are not here to have intelligent debate , they just want to be tossrs
      I knew that would upset you so .oh boo hoo, Would you like a crying towel ?

      Joe

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    7. ^
      "Boo hoo etc" are you an adult? I am asking you honestly, because that was just infantile.

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    8. I talk in a language the trolls would understand .
      Blame the trolls mate

      Joe

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    9. 10:27, NOT SCARY AT ALL...100% CONFIDENCE....I BEG YOU TO PROVE ME WRONG!

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    10. Mountain Monsters start their hunt for BIGFOOT ... on 23rd Jan
      GAME ON! ...

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  7. I think there's a good chance that there are subspecies of bigfoot xx

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    1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5qJYwfAju8

      xx

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    2. There are essentially two types that are widely reported... The more human, Native American type... And the more gorilla-like Patty version. Both are very ancient forms of human.

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