Monday, April 11, 2016

Georgia Native Talks About His Numerous Bigfoot Encounters Over The Years


From Nite Callers Radio:

Keith Bearden is a resident of Dallas GA. He has lived in this area all of his life. Growing up, he heard stories of Bigfoot and Sasquatch and like many others he has seen the Patterson-Gimlin film on TV when he was a youngster. All of these events sparked a curiosity of the possibility of them being real and it laid tucked away in his mind. And like so many he figured if they truly existed, it would be in the Pacific northwest.

Fast forwarding to a few years later, strange and weird things began to happen on his family’s hunting property. Trees bent over into arches over night, twisted branches, odd sounds and screams during the night. Events progressed into visual sightings by himself, his wife and others. Keith has been blessed to have help understanding what was happening by a great many good folk. He now has regular interactions, visual sightings and has been fortunate to share them with others. Keith has taken these experiences and written a book called “ Forest Friends of the Night” He hopes to help others with his experiences and his journey into the realm of Bigfoot.

8 comments:

  1. Look, chap, bigfoot have only been in North America for 1000s of years. Mountain lions weren't discovered until 2003. The first clear photograph of a bear was 2009. Deer hadn't even been documented until the mid 1970s. Bigfoot are much bigger than all those animals so its easier for them to hide. Realistically, I'd say we should be able to get a real photo of one by 2144 and we'll be able to actually capture one by the year 3000.

    Not only that, but because they are 9 feet tall, 500 lbs, have bloodcurdlingly loud screams, CRACK!, SNAP!, SMASH! and BANG! on trees, hang out in people's backyards, and are in at least 20 US states and Canada, it is extremely hard to locate one.

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    1. You keep saying there is no evidence of Bigfoot but no one can explain this:

      https://youtu.be/on5TgwAjdKc

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    2. ^ That gave me chill bumps on my tiddly doo's.

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    3. ^
      Thanks for the link. I wet myself.

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    4. I did more than that. Do farts have lumps ?

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  2. It's a shame cameras haven't been introduced to that part of Georgia yet.

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  3. Keith, another fuctard of bigfootery!

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