Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Colorado Teacher Claims To Have Had Multiple Bigfoot Encounters


From Bigfoot Eyewitness Radio:

Robin Roberts is a teacher, in Colorado. She's also an investigator for Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies. Because of her being affiliated with that research group, she's become aware of several Sasquatch hotspots around the state. While spending time at these hotspots, over the years, she's had multiple encounters with Sasquatch. Of course, she's here to share the details of those encounters with you, tonight.

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    1. You're right, Turd King is a biotch. And dumb, too. And REALLY gay.

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    2. ^ is that you HB???

      If so WHAT'S UP BRO??

      BD.

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  2. Multiple encounters and zero proof.

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    1. There is nothing in logical thinking that suggests one cannot have legitimate experiences of something that does not yet have scientific proof of existing. Especially when there is accompanying physical evidence for such an experience.

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  3. Dammit - I'm getting tired of every Tom, Dick and Robin having a Sasquatch encounter so I've decided to have one too. Mine will take place tomorrow in North Dakota while driving to work at 6:13 A.M. and it will be amazing.

    Prove me wrong!

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    1. You get a sasquatch encounter! And you get a sasquatch encounter! Everyone gets a sasquatch encounter!

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    2. Except for the tens of thousands of honest people who have actually seen them.

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    3. you're a regular Nostradamus ain't ya mate ?
      Well good look on your predicted encounter and don't forget your casting plaster

      Joe

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    4. ^ You`re certainly no Nostrodamus....

      Joe hasn`t the ability to predict when a real bigfoot will be either filmed or found.,,but does know when his boyfriend is cumming.

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    5. Plenty filmed;

      http://youtu.be/cR2cREt95sU
      http://youtu.be/luue2Mv_VNM
      http://youtu.be/lOxuRIfFs0w
      http://youtu.be/l96zvON3Rk8
      http://youtu.be/xI8gcikwUEQ
      http://youtu.be/BfuWuhEa3yI
      http://youtu.be/ZlMQ9b2lnE4
      http://youtu.be/h4QcYdT6keQ
      http://youtu.be/cjEWDkcqjXI

      ... None caught.

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    6. You and your "tens of thousands".

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    7. Where can I see reports of these "tens of thousands" of encounters? Mind you, you are using a plural definition, so at the very least, you mean 20,000 a dubious figure that indicates Sasquatch is really very common.

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    8. Where can I see reports of these "tens of thousands" of encounters? Mind you, you are using a plural definition, so at the very least, you mean 20,000 a dubious figure that indicates Sasquatch is really very common.

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    9. Considering this creature has been acknowledged by different cultures for thousands of years... I think my statement was if anything, very modest.

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    10. Acknowledged and imbedded in a culture is not the same as individual reports. Your an intelligent guy, I am surprised you aren't getting that. I'm all for reports, but I'm also all for documentation. In order for the subject to be taken seriously by people who are developing an interest in the subject, I believe it is important to stick to hard data instead of claims that cannot be verified. BTW, have a groovey day!

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    11. You can see this reports in the waves of indegenous populations that have resided in the US, prior to European cultures reporting the exact same phenomena for the following hundreds of years... To which transitions three whole modern databases of reports that have physical evidence in support. That's not even considering the innumerable people who have not had the guts to report a sighting for fear of ridicule.

      Do the math.

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    12. With all due respect, you need hard numbers to do the math. There is no hard data in the history of indigenous peoples regarding number of sightings, you are inferring that. I'm not trying to be a jerk here, I'm just saying the numbers aren't there, primarily because they're not.

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    13. To acknowledge facts, such as long standing indegenous cultures that have Sasquatch at their core is to acknowledge that there are too many reports to actually even attempt to count. We are not talking about data so much as mathematics, we are talking anthropological data that that cannot lie and one merely would require a little impartiality in the immediate instance to accept so much as the waves of generations who would have loved side by side such a creature. For example... There are over 100 Native American names for the creature commonly known as Sasquatch. If you plug these names into the US government’s geographical names and informational system, you’ll get 2,300 places in America named with reference to these Native names. On a map, these places follow the summit ridges & peaks of all the mountain ranges in America, particularly in Oregon and Washington. The Native place names and contemporary reports of Sasquatch follow the summit ridges and peaks of the coastal range, the summit ridges and peaks of the Cascade range, and in particularly, the highest density is between the three mountains of Mount St Helens, Mount Adams and Mount St Rainier… With the triangle within those three places having the highest density of Native American place names that have reference to these creatures.

      Sasquatch reports are pretty much as old as the hills... Like I said, I think I was being modest.

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  4. Intro to this podcast was by Bill Lee - good to hear his voice again.

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