Sunday, January 10, 2016

Boy Has Face To Face Encounter With Bigfoot While Sledding




When Brian Sullivan was just a kid, he had a face to face encounter with a bigfoot that would create a life-long interest. Brian has lived and searched for boogers in various states, and now searches for them in his home state of Montana. He started the first ever Big Sky Bigfoot Conference, and founded the Montana Bigfoot Project. We had a blast talking sasquatch with Brian and we hope you enjoy the show. Don't forget to subscribe and like the video, and feel free to leave a comment or two.

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    1. Believe in imaginary beasts!!!!

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    2. Imaginary beasts don't leave tracks.

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    3. correct iktomi

      humans leave them

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    4. Yes... Big, ancient, hairy, wild ones. You appear to have the capacity to learn after all!

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    5. See Iktomi, if you chip long enough on the cement heads they will learn. Keep up the schooling!

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    6. lol hes too dumb to get the implication that therefore it means hoaxers.

      literally monkey on the mind 24/7

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    7. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ksJ6QP8BYn0

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    8. Slightly ironic considering you don't have the intelligence to recognise sarcasm at your expense.

      Everybody knows you don't have the capacity to learn really.

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    9. Big ancient hairy humans who can avoid all manner of detection, as in being practically magical. Why is that so unbelievable?

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    10. If they were that "magical" at evading detection, we wouldn't have innumerable tracks, hairs, video, audio, thermal, etc, now... Would we?

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    11. Game cams manage to capture all manner of endangered and rare species. Why no Bigfoot images?

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    12. http://www.bfro.net/avevid/jacobs/jacobs_photos.asp

      ... Also, there are studies that have shown that coyotes are very good at avoiding trail cams, imagine something that can think like a human but in tuned to it's environment? Relict hominids are not stupid animals.

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    13. Even if you accept that coyotes may be good at avoiding trail cams, that doesn't mean they avoid them completely. There are numerous examples.

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    15. That's not the point I was trying to make, regardless of being excellent at avoiding trails cams (there are numerous papers on this), think what can something that can think like us achieve?

      What's more... Relict hominids don't avoid them completely, there are trail cam pics.

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  2. face like a puckered asshole

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    1. ^stop looking in the mirror

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    2. He was referring to your face behind him when he does, you creepy muther f*cker :¬(

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    3. JoeTomi sounds like a cool indian name. I bet you are only pissed as yours is beaver breathe ;¬)

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    4. ^ says the guy who can't stop bringing up Xbox and Halo

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    5. is an Xbox like an X80 you had to build yourself with a peelable keyboard?

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    6. For the sake of argument, "tramps" could still offer good parenting. Being raised by no one would indicate you have absolutely no parenting. Not to bright are we?

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    7. Iktomi @ 2:05....I don't even know what that means, Lol!

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    8. 3:50... Being raised by no one would indeed indicate you have absolutely no parenting, but in comparison to your case, would mean not being susceptible to being influenced to behave like a tramp on later life.

      You picking up what I'm putting down, Einstein?

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    9. I'm picking up that you have no social skills and an ill fit to society.

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    10. Christ on a bike... It's lucky people like to have the Internet, no chance of you becoming an ill to society, thank god.

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