Friday, January 29, 2016

Follow Up Video To Bigfoot Spoke English At Hunting Camp


From the youtube channel of Blayne Tyler:

A follow up to Hunting Camp Sasquatch Spoke English vid with more specific detail of the language communication I heard during a visit (Dec 2015). I also included more info from other events at this hunting camp in N/E Ontario and some interesting pics. Note: The volume, base and speed of the speech was definitely out of the range of any person(s).

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    1. another inappropriate outburst from the autistic kid

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    2. ^^^ Yes it is, shut-up!



      Hey Iktomi, I see your stalker has just admitted he is autistic. But I'm quite sure he is a little more screwball than autisim.

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    3. Actually Asperger's and Autism are quite prevalent in the Bigfooting community. I'm looking right at you Joe and TK.

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    4. Iktomi may just have Assburgers.

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    5. if BOBO says BIGFOOT speaks languages its all good he a bigfoot GURU

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    6. TK! My diagnosis for him is PD (personality disorder)!

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    7. Or maybe he's just an idiot......keep up the good work Iktomi.

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    8. what good work....usually good work has results. there are no such thing here. so sorry 1:38 and iktomi fala. looks like the only idiots here are you 2

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    9. ^ got dick up his ass...that`s why he`s so angst ridden.

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  2. sometimes Bigfoots speak Apache or Choctaw
    English not so much

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  3. Hmmmm that's no BILL BROCK expert Bigfoot Hunter

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    1. Bill Brock puffs on his bong most of the time.

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  4. Les and BILL BROCK teamed up they can Find that BIGFOOT

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  5. Below is a documentary showing life in a hunting camp. This is why hunters make such credible witnesses.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb9yhhflmvY

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  6. Just another giant disappointment. Is someone's toque to tight? North-East Ontario.....That's called Quebec. There really isn't a northeast in Ontario. After Algonquin, it's a straight shot north to the last point of civilization in Kirkland Lake and then onto the Hudson.

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