Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Ohio Bigfoot Hunters Check Out Nature Preserve


Tim Stover and company head out to the Tinkers Creek Nature Preserve to do a little snooping around. Some people believe that over the years the bigfoot have learned that these areas are safe from the dangers of hunters. This video also captured an incident that shows you just how dangerous bigfoot hunting can be. Luckily no one was seriously injured.


8 comments:

  1. Seventeen men of Middle Eastern men were detained early Sunday morning near Deep Creek Hot Springs in Apple Valley, California. Police stopped and searched the men after receiving a report that a group was firing off weapons and yelling 'Allah akbar-type stuff'. WHAT THE

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    1. One thing is for sure...they won`t find the justice of the US as lackadaisical as in the EU.

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    2. Ohio Unicorn Hunters Check Out Nature Preserve

      We'll find them one horns yet!

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    3. I know where one of those horns is... stuck up your tater h0le.

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  2. Looks like a great time- wish I could go out with a group.

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    1. Its a great time, as long as you understand its all make-believe.

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    2. Gee I dunno chick, would you feel comfortable with seventeen middle eastern men? Do you own a weapon and are you prolific in Arabic? OH you mean the Ohio Bigfoot Hunter' group! Sorry, my bad - although I think you would be safer with the middle east guys.

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  3. IF dawgman weres thar tham folks woodnt cume back dawgman takin tham fer shure

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