Friday, January 15, 2016

Man And Son Riding Four Wheeler Have Up Close Encounter With Bigfoot


From the youtube channel of the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization:

Man & son have good look at Bigfoot from 50 feet away as it paces their four wheeler. Take a look at a Bigfoot sighting location.

41 comments:

  1. "To take all of the evidence as a bundle, the thousands of tracks and sightings and sounds and say, "Oh no, they're all hoaxes" - you'd have to have a conspiracy of thousands of people involved. The odds against this being a hoax begin to become a lot stronger than the odds of its actual existence."

    Les Stroud Surviorman

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    1. les now believes the woo is real...time for the bluff freak trio to out that hoaxer

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    2. Les doesn't help things by overstating the evidence, there are not thousands of tracks.

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    3. tens of thousands of uncasted tracks. Probabely 10x that number never get reported or see the internet and another 100x never get noticed. Math is not your forte.

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    4. ^ this toddler does nothing but come on here and copy paste the word "fool"
      Hopefully he'll expand his vocabulary for future use . He reminds me of groot

      Joe

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    5. So you just assume there are thousands of tracks? Logic not really your thing huh? Making up fake statistics doesn't make you a mathematician, just the opposite in fact.

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    6. Sasquatch and the tracks they leave have been acknowledged by cultures that have resided in the US for thousands of years... I think the comment you are alluding to was if anything, being modest.

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    7. ... Also... One of the native names for Sasquatch is "Shoonshoonootr", one of the few native words to literally translate as “big foot”?

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    8. There are a trillion tracks!

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    9. here is an equation 11:07... denial divided by (/) blinders = closed mind.

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  2. The boot print seems to go a lot deeper than the squatch print.

    Hmmm...

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    1. It sounds like you think it could've been hoaxed, but it couldn't have. There's no way, because in order for it to be a hoax, it has to involve thousands of people. Also, witnesses are never, ever mistaken, and are always the most honest people in our society, and none of them has ever lied. How do you explain that? Also a makeup and suit guy believes it. There's no way he could be wrong. No way. Stan Winston and Rick Baker ( academy awards for their make up and costume work ) are wrong when they say the Patterson Film is a guy in a fur suit. Or lying. Because Bill Munns believes its real, and he's right, because he supports the case for Bigfoot, and anyone who supports the reality of Bigfoot is infallible.

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    2. Not to mention the squatch print is also under a layer of snow fall.

      Hmmm...

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    3. 8:32... And what is your flip sided opinion? That all the reports and tracks are hoaxed?

      Logic = toilet = flush

      Stan Winston and Rick Baker are naturally going to look at the PGF before stabelisation and assume that it's a man in a suit, in line with the majority of people who have done so. Considering they consider themselves the best at their respected fields, don't you think it a little obvious that they'd suggest they could do better?

      Brains = toilet = flush

      What Bill Munns HAS done that the aforementioned award winners haven't, is actually try and make the alleged consume, and you cannot fit normal human proportions into anything like what we see in the PGF. I also never read anything from Winston and Baker in the way of a fur cloth method for Patty's flexing muscle tone... Probably because one does not even exist known to SFX to this day.

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    4. ^
      Iktomi, we're agreeing with you! Everything I said was the truth! We all know you are never wrong, to even question you is insanity...the work of psychopaths! Stan Winston and Rick Baker are morons, what do they know? Bigfoot is real! And that stabilized film proves it, because Bill Munns is the world's authority on anatomy. He made costumes for a long time, there's no way he's wrong, we all understand that now. Only a psychopath would question you, Iktomi. Only a fool would fail to recognize your innerant, iron clad, proven FACTS. So rest easy, I know my place!

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    5. Mike Rugg has a goddam MUSEUM for chrit sake, and even HE has doubts.

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    6. Bill Munns isn't an authority on anatomy, but this guy is;

      http://www.isu.edu/rhi/pdf/Munns%20&%20Meldrum%20Commentary_2013.pdf

      Winston and Baker can claim all they like... Unfortunately in science you need absolutes, and I'd do anything for those two people to actually sit down with the film and attempt a costume, I would absolutely LOVE it. Bill Munns is as good as accumulated data from the actual film.

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    7. Nobody is questioning you, where did I say I disagree? I agree with you completely. In fact, I said Bill Munns couldn't be wrong, and I know you are always right. What's the problem?

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    8. The problem is that you are a dumb ass fruit cake. That is all 10:21. Go to bed.

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    9. Hey, I DO have feelings! You...you...aren't very nice!

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    10. Don't feel bad Anon 11:30, some of us recognize your cleverness. Judging from their reaction they do as well.

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    11. From the first time I saw the PGF I knew it was a real creature and not a costume. if it ever turns out that Patterson did indeed make that costume he should have an award named after him in the special effects category . i don't care what Rick Baker says, he's probably just jealous because a lot of others in teh field said it could not have been a costume given 1960s technology in fabrics . Just the way it moves is so fluid to me that I've just never seen anything quite like it in movies til now when they have CGI and unless someone went back in time in their Delorean and gave Patterson the skills it's hard to imagine it is nothing but a real bigfoot.
      if it's so easy to build I suggest the JREFers take up a collection and prove us wrong
      The end

      Joe

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    12. Exactly Joe! No one can move like that wearing a bulky suit and a mask over that kind of rough terrain.

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    13. Flexing toes in the step = no clown shoes.

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  3. Look at me.

    Here I am again.

    Same as always.

    Me and Bigfoot.

    Me.

    The Me Bigfoot Organization

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  4. No credit at all on the report you just lifted, huh? Figures.

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  5. Any credit on the next report you steal?

    How about on any all the others?

    Great work, Mr. Bigfoot.

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  6. Shaw should be paying Moneymaker.

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    1. Somebody is jealous! Try some cheese with that wine? What has the Bigfoot community become a bunch of cry baby sissies. Clean it up people. Every body is so tired of hearing the cry babies in here.

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    1. Yeah, Shaw....keep up the good "work". We need people like you to show the world what a wasted life looks like.

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    2. But we have you ^ for that mate

      Joe

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    3. ^
      Spends everyday, all day on a Bigfoot blog, can't stop going on about Xbox.

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