Saturday, January 2, 2016

Man Hears Crashing Sound And Finds An Elk In His House


Idaho is getting so much snow the elk are retreating to the valleys for cover. But that wasn't good enough for one elk, which decided to seek refuge inside a man's home. When he heard a crashing sound downstairs, he wasn't expecting to find a full grown elk standing in his living room. Hopefully this won't give the bigfoot any bright ideas.


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    1. Bill Brock spends his time looking for underground monsters.

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  2. Billy Bigfoot believes bigfoot is real and living in the UK.

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

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    1. Then I would conclude he is either foolish or a troll.

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    2. James Whittaker beleives bigfoot is real and living in the UK.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqJ2sz9Ulpg

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    3. Neil & Neil believe bigfoot is real and living in the UK.

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

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    4. Ummmmmm although i think it's unlikely bigfoot live in the UK undiscovered,wallabies and panthers manage to keep well hidden so i wouldn't rule it out xx

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    5. countdown Mountain Monsters AIMS team back on the hunt in 21 days :)

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    6. That is very untrue 2:42. The wallabies that live in the UK, if they are still around, are very well known. They escaped and, at least for a while, managed to live. I hope they are able to establish numbers for theselves, and live on, but they are very well known and can be found with little effort by scientists, if they are truly still alive and thriving. But for what its worth, i hope they are thriving.
      As for black panthers, that is where your statement really becomes untrue. There has never been one panther, and im assuming you mean black panther, ever discovered living wild in the UK.
      The best "evidence" of panthers living in the UK, has all been debunked, and is all along the lines of bigfoot "evidence". The videos produced have all been ruled to be within house cat proportions. There is zero evidence for there existence in the UK. Zero. Sometimes in the USA people report black panthers, and again, zero evidence. EVER. Just some pictures every now and then that when researched, come up to be within house cat proportions.
      There are no black panthers living in the UK. Period.

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    7. Bill Brock isn't going to get it done, nor is Mountain Monsters real.

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    8. you forgetting Mountain Monsters gots ol Marine Wild Bill expert bear hunter and tracker

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    9. 3:15...

      http://youtu.be/6iaOZ4ZDVus
      http://youtu.be/m7OtRypIKZE
      http://youtu.be/RNgn-xgsFGs

      "As many as 26 sightings of big cats in the wild have been reported to Natural England since January 2010, the government have said. This year a calf and a dog were reported to have been killed by big cats, the environment minister Rory Stewart has said, as he revealed five sightings have been reported this year. Mr Stewart said the information was provided by the government’s adviser for the natural environment in England and other parties such as the Police might hold further records."
      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/11959026/Big-cats-26-sightings-recorded-since-2010.html

      "A Gloucestershire big cat expert says he isn’t surprised by a recent increase in sightings of the elusive creatures in an urban part of Gloucester. Two large black cats were reportedly spotted by a milkman in Hempsted last week. Frank Tunbridge, who has been studying the creatures for more than 25 years, says the sightings were not unexpected:
      “During the summer time and spring you have a lot of young deer about, and deer are big cats’ preferred prey. “They have a lot of meat on them and last a long time. One big effort in pulling down a deer will save them a lot of effort chasing rabbits and pheasants. “There are quite of lot of deer living around this area. They’ve been spotted up at Hempsted tip."
      http://bigcatrescue.org/big-cat-sightings-in-gloucestershire-not-a-surprise/

      "Scientists believe they may have found evidence to show that big cats really are roaming the British countryside, by analysing teeth marks on the bones of their 'victims'. From the Beast of Trowbridge, to the Wildcat of Woodchester, big cat sightings have sparked the imaginations of many people over the years, although bar a few fuzzy photographs there has been little to prove their existence. Now expert Dr Andrew Hemmings believes he has found proof that big cats have been stalking Gloucestershire and neighbouring counties by analysing the remains of wild animals, which appear to have been eaten by beasts larger than any knows British carnivores.
      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2486739/Big-cats-DO-live-British-countryside-claims-expert-analysing-bodies-animals-slaughtered-mysterious-circumstances.html

      ... Shall I go on?

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    10. You can go on and on Joe, but show me where one was captured or killed in the UK? Thats all, show evidence of big cats being killed or trapped in the UK. You cant. They dont exist. There are more youtube big cat videos than can be counted on youtube so that doesnt prove a thing. All of them have been debunked. They arent real. All you can come up with are reports, videos that almost always are proved to be house cats, and some scientists saying its possible that they exist. So yes, please go on. Please prove my point for me. The only video that remotely could be used as proof is this one, and its a stretch.
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5FGGsupJBw

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    11. The comments on that Daily Mail article are hilarious. Here's an example.

      I love these slow news day stories, tomorrow it will be Bigfoot, he's my favorite

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    12. "A Canadian lynx shot in Devon in 1903 is now in the collection of the Bristol Museum. Analysis of its teeth suggest that prior to its death it had spent a significant amount of time in captivity.

      In 1980 a puma was captured in Inverness-shire, Scotland. The capture followed several years of sightings in the area of a big cat matching the description of the one captured, which had led local farmer Ted Noble to erect a cage trap. The puma was subsequently put into the Highland Wildlife Park zoo and given the name "Felicity". When it died it was stuffed and was placed in Inverness Museum. Zoo director Eddie Orbell concluded that the animal had been domesticated and might not have been released for long, noting that it enjoyed being tickled.

      In 1989 a jungle cat that had been hit by a car was found on the roadside in Shropshire.

      In 1991 a Eurasian lynx was shot near Norwich, Norfolk. It had killed around 15 sheep within two weeks. The story was only reported in 2003, and the stuffed body of the lynx is allegedly now in the possession of a collector. For many years this incident was considered to have been a hoax, particularly by the hunting community, but in March 2006 a police report confirmed that the case was true. It was probably an escapee from a facility in the area that bred animals, including Eurasian lynxes.

      In 1994 it was reported that a large cat with leopard-pattern fur had been shot on the Isle of Wight some time earlier after feasting on chickens and ducks. The shooting was not immediately reported as the farm worker involved feared prosecution, but police reportedly concluded that the animal was an ocelot or serval.

      There have been reports that in 1993 yet another puma was captured in Scotland, this time in the Aviemore area.

      In 1996, police in Fintona, County Tyrone, Northern Ireland shot a cat. It was reportedly a caracal, a medium-sized wildcat species found in Africa and Asia, although a police report described it as a lynx. (Caracals are sometimes called desert lynxes, but are not true members of the Lynx genus.)

      In a well-reported 2001 case, a young female Eurasian lynx was captured alive by police and vets in Cricklewood, north-London, after a chase across school playing fields and into a block of flats. It was placed in London Zoo and given the name "Lara" before ultimately being transferred to a zoo in France to breed. The captured lynx was found to be only 18 months old, although considerably larger than an average domestic cat.

      In 2011 it was announced by the Centre for Fortean Zoology that DNA testing, carried out by Durham University on hairs found in north-Devon, showed that a leopard was living in the area."

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    13. "show evidence of big cats being killed or trapped in the UK. You cant. They dont exist."
      ... Oops!
      "There are more youtube big cat videos than can be counted on youtube so that doesnt prove a thing."
      ... Um... When something like a big cat is filmed in the UK, it might be news to you but it kind of does?
      "All of them have been debunked. They arent real."
      ... Ok! Shoot away bruv, here's where you need to show us how!
      "All you can come up with are reports, videos...and some scientists saying its possible that they exist."
      ... Ha ha ha!! Yeah, that kind of what's required to prove my point, and puts things into perspective should I have all that really, doesn't it?

      You're the resident village idiot... Never forget it, ha ha ha ha ha!!

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    14. "I found Durham Police Inspector Eddie Ball, who had kept lynx of his own and knew big cats well. He had recognised clues on a sheep kill, and finding some nearby droppings, had sent them off to expert Dr Hans Kruuk, who confirmed they were from a puma or leopard.

      I also learnt that in 2003, The Bio Sciences Lab, in Essex, confirmed a batch of hair sent in by Nigel Pound of Lincolnshire Police belonged to a member of the big cat family. A lab in the U.S. supported their conclusion.

      The hairs had been collected after a family had seen a large cat and called the police. Their caravan was stormed by an armed unit, and although the cat had scarpered, the hairs were found, bagged, and sent to the lab. Extraordinary indeed."
      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1282333/Leopards-big-cats-ARE-loose-Britain--just-dont-tell-soul.html

      ... There are plenty of images online of kills made my big cats if you want them too. Considering I have a close friend who's seen one, personally know police officers who have and attest to their existence, and live in the area of the most UK with the biggest concentration of sightings... You really picked the wrong person to try and come across clever about the subject.

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    15. BIG CAT SIGHTINGS IN YORKSHIRE
      Humberside Police are the first force in England to officially admit that they believe big cats are at loose in the countryside. The force's wildlife officer, Sue Rhodes, makes the admission to BBC Inside Out. She's dealing with more than 80 reports of big cats around the market towns of Driffield and Hessle. Many sightings were on the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds. Sue says, "I think perhaps we’re dealing with two cats at least."

      "The patches that they’re working are the set size for a large cat, perhaps a black leopard or panther." The deaths of three sheep at a farm at Little Weighton are among the incidents blamed on big cats’ presence. Farmer Nick Byass, whose sheep were killed says, "They were always killed where they slept, as if they were pounced on rather than chased." West Yorkshire Police recently seized two captive big cats from cages at a farm near Leeds. Their owner told police he was planning to release the cats into the wild so he and friends could hunt them. There are credible reports big cats are becoming popular as pets among criminals - especially those involved in the drugs trade - because of their deterrent effect on intruders.

      Inside Out presenter Morland Sanders camped out on the farm where the sheep attacks took place with sophisticated monitoring equipment usually used by wildlife documentary producers. Morland’s tracking equipment suggested that there was some activity on the farm. Although he did not actually see a big cat, Morland says that this does not necessarily mean that there was not one around. "They are very suspicious creatures and very successful at evading humans so it’s highly likely they heard me before I’d even got out of the tent."
      http://www.bbc.co.uk/insideout/yorkslincs/series4/index_big_cats_yorkshire_lincolnshire_sightings.shtml

      ... I could go on but I think you get the picture. Do a little research before you inflict those sausage fingers on people who know better than you.

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    16. What a fruitcake ^ Sheesh.

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    17. Yet not one of those is a black panther Joe. All were escaped specimens from zoos that you listed. Show me a captured black panther. Show it to me joe, or a killed specimen. You cant?

      Should i post the blacks go back to africa link?

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    18. Duuuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhhh????????

      I showed you videos of black panthers, as well as a DNA find... The fact that big cats have been acknowledged to exist in the UK by so many experts, with so much physical evidence, even whole police forces admitting they're there, is pretty much telling you to shut up and sit down.

      You don't know much kid.

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    19. show me the dead body or captured black panther. Show it joe or crawl back to your hole.

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    20. You got video of a couple of live ones and a DNA sample... Chump. Now, next time you wanna come across like you know what you're talking about, better just cut to the chase and ask me first. Saved you looking so god damn stooooooopid!

      See ya tomorrow!

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    21. there is no video of a proven captured black panther in the UK. Please show me this and stop lying joe

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    22. Damn there Snowflake ------- how many ways does Iktomi have to beat you about the head with what you asked for. You asked, he delivered, you tried to change the story, doesn't matter.

      your an idiot!

      IKTOMI THRASHED YOU--- (AGAIN)

      DAMN IKTOMI, THIS ONES GOT STAIT -UP ROCKS BETWEEN HIS EARS!

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  3. Whatever happened to Alaskabushpilot on the ISF ? He's not even posting under his sockpuppet "Jamie K". It was fun watching the footers over there like "William Parcher" defending his lies because they feared getting kicked out of the pretend skeptic herd.

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  4. The evidence put forth by Bigfootery is the stuff that can be faked. The evidence that cannot be faked is about the only evidence that has not been presented. It is the necessary evidence. It is missing.

    This is exactly what we would expect for a mythical and legendary creature. It is not what we expect for an actual creature. Bigfoot meets the criteria for a mythical being which is loved by a certain segment of society as if it were an actual being. The society as a whole has already embraced Bigfoot as an American myth. You can see this by looking at pop culture. Bigfoot is portrayed in TV commercials (Jack Links) and cable TV (Finding Bigfoot) as something that we all know about and can be entertained by.

    The Jack Links commercials wouldn't make any sense or even be funny to American society if Bigfoot was a real being.

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    1. Hey..I keep my very own home bigfoot case files that I have color coded and keep in plastic folders (such a neat idea,eh ?) ..I`m dying to find a pal to co-ordinate sightings and reports - we could swap files and color codes (kinda like pretending to be a spy only I`m an adult now) and maybe go through the latest reports and even make a color coded map `n stuff - shoot me an email if you`re interested.

      Joe

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    2. Wow... Fake Joe is in copy & paste mode tonight!

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    3. I guess your bad habits are rubbing off on people.

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    4. If that was the case... Then fake Joe's copy & pastes would be full of scientific facts that are relevant to demonstrating the immediate subject matter has credibility.

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    5. That's debatable but both are annoying.

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    6. by scientific facts, joe means bits of science mixed with his own opinion. And a healthy dose of random reports from people whose credibility is in serious question.

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    7. Didn't you know Meldrum is a world authority on primatology?

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    8. Don't forget the cutting edge Jimmy Chilcutt.

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    9. 5:32... By "annoying" you mean "your schooling".

      5:36... Surely you can't be questioning the opinion of Andy White PhD? Surely you can't be questioning the Smithsonian Institute? Remember pal... These are not my sources, but credible sources that support my ideas all the same.

      5:41 & 5:46... Those two experts give you the willies.

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    10. I think it's more likely that they give you a giant Bigfoot woody.

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    11. 5.13

      I`m just desperate for a buddy.

      Joe

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  5. whut youd be waitin fer shoots that thar critter

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    1. My phone only has 17% battery left.

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    2. AKs take care of all your critter needs

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    3. AKs good for wounding things, bringing them down...not so much.

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