Friday, May 6, 2016

Fresh Bigfoot Tracks Found In Trumbull County, Ohio


An Ohio man believes he spotted a bigfoot creature twice before in 2014 and 2015. Now he believes bigfoot is back, and has brought other bigfoot with it. This comes after the discovery of fresh tracks that the man believes were left by bigfoot.


HOWLAND – Could Bigfoot be in Trumbull County, Ohio? One man thinks so.

Pete Kondolios, of Howland, says he and a friend believe they spotted the creature previously in 2014 and 2015. But now, Kondolios thinks this Bigfoot is back and brought friends.

“We found these tracks just this week and they are fresh,” Kondolios said.

He said they were found in a wooded area in Howland Township.

“The one print is very large and there are two smaller sets , that are still pretty big,” Kondolios said.

He placed a dollar bill next to one of the prints to show how large it is.
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    1. prove you dont gargle "SACK" ^

      haw haw lol ,

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    2. Thats a Dogman print.

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    3. ^ Are there any Wogmen out there ?

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    4. N i g n o g

      that ought to upset `em

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    5. whars ol marine Wild Bill he expirt traxer ans hunter fer tham critters

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    1. ^ I`d like to put a boot print on your fat arsehole you soppy mug.

      Hahaha hahahaha

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    2. ^ resident ISF ruffian

      Joe

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    3. man the unpleasantness , in the comment's is staggering. Must be I believe they don't believe thing.Other than the huge amount of trolling must be something I just don't under stand..

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  3. Short answer: bigfoot dont exist

    Long answer: bigfoot is a myth perpetuated by both true believers and those partaking in the fantasy role playing game of woods and monsters. A role player wont get bogged down in arguing the existence as that kills the fun. A heavily mistaken believer will however defend the faith at all costs -even on an obscure blog that noone reads. Why? Because it is a way of self reassurance that there is something out there because for some incredible reason the state of the world and its fascinating and diverse wildlife is not enough to satisfy them. They always want something more, something just out of reach, something fantastical, something to fill their empty lives. That void is filled perfectly by bigfoot. It is a comfortable spot they place themselves in knowing that it can not be disproven (impossible to prove the non existence) so for them bigfoot will always be real even though no actual proof is provided during their entire lifetime. Many true believers have passed never finding what they were looking for and many more will do the same. I really hope people can get over it and move on with their lifes. There are many fascinating things out there which can be studied, it is a shame to waste your time in such a futile subject.

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    1. Phew! Did anyone get through that? If somethings doesn't exist it shouldn't be too impossible to explain away the evidence then, should it?

      "I really hope people can get over it and move on with their lives."

      ... Ironic.

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    2. I read it. Describes you to a Tee.

      Contrary to your insane rants there really is nothing but role play going on. Anyone who has spent time here has seen you post for over 24 hours straight at times. You are here everyday spouting them same old,tired cut and paste nonsense. The question is why you are so obsessed. The only answer that makes sense is you are either mentally ill or sasquatch has become religion to you.

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    3. Obsessed? This is a Bigfoot blog for people wanting to discuss related topics & such. If I was as obsessed as you would have it, I'd be worried about what people like you think to the point where I would be over at "sceptical" sites, attacking them all day, every day.

      D'you see what I'm getting at?

      I love my cut and pastes, they remind you of your burden; the evidence. No amount of typing the words "role play" gets around to explaining that away. I'll always use my cut & pastes for as long as you're around, because it's just too much fun using you as the village idiot and watch you fail every day of your life, blithering around worrying about what cleverer people than you think on the Internet.

      You are a sad case my friend... But you're Stuey.

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    4. ^ cor , futt me guvnah , futt me m8

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    5. Yo Iktomi, how about we have a friendly little wager. If bigfoot is discovered (proven to exist as surely as humans, trees, rocks, and television sets), you'll win a prize. However, every time that a bigfoot is claimed to have been discovered without any concrete proof, you have to give me a prize. Hell, I'll make it even easier. If the next big claim of big foot's existence is proven to be a hoax, you'll give me a prize then. I won't hold you accountable for the rubes running around with their blobsquatch photos.


      It's simple:

      Bigfoot exists: you win
      Each time bigfoot existence claims are proven to be hoaxes: I win

      The wager stands until bigfoot is proven to exist.

      It's a great wager if these things actually exist and the evidence for existence is as strong as you seem to believe it is. Are you game?

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  4. I will believe under only one circumstance: someone produced a specimen, dead or alive.

    I am not closed off to the possibility of bigfoot, however it is insane to think that a giant hominid has been roaming North America for thousands of years and the remains of one have never been found, a live one has never been captured, and the field is dominated by a seemingly endless stream of hoaxers and carnival barkers.

    There are tales of these incredibly tall man-like creatures roaming North America. There are also takes it dragons in China, unicorns in Europe, and leprechauns in Ireland. Cultural myths can be important, but they don't substitute for real proof.

    We have the PG film, but why has no one, in 60+ years, with much more advanced surveillance and camera technology, been able to capture anything like that footage since?

    We see alleged bigfoot tracks in various places, why do some have 6 toes, some 5, some 3? Are there just myriad ape-men of different sorts wondering the continental US, someone impervious to detection?

    I will be the first one to clamor in excitement if a bigfoot is ever found, but as it stands right now it is more of a goofy cultural artifact

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    1. Sasquatch is not undetected, it's left all the evidence that equates to three times the amount at this stage of the Bili Ape. That's all that could be required is a consorted mainstream effort by scientists to look. Plenty of missing hunters too. Nobody is seeing dragons or any of the sensationalist things you can conjure, and there is no physical evidence to support those things either. Nobody is claiming mythology is proof, but when oral histories are supported by forensic evidence amongst other sources of evidence in the present, you've got a little burden on your hands. For advances in technology, there's more footage, thermal, trail camera photos, audio... It's all there. There are many examples across the world where small groups of people have had extra or murged digits, and this would account for things like inbreeding, which is plausible considering the manner in which Sasquatch evade.

      No... Laughably, you most certainly wouldn't "clamor in excitement", you're not remotely impartial enough for anyone to believe that absolute drivel. I think you'd actually have a genuine mental breakdown. You appear to have a major life's issue with this subject. It bothers you massively what people choose to think about this topic, you can have your best arguments kicked back at you daily but you'll emerge the very next day with the same rhetorical take on the subject. That's because you get no closer to making your prayers a reality, you don't have satisfaction, because it really isn't as clear cut and obvious as you would love everyone to believe.

      Sorry Stuey... Consider your self esteem still out of reach.

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    2. I dropped off a specimin sample at Stueys house.

      I gave it to his mama

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    3. You can drop off a "specimen" at my place anytime mate !

      Joe

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    4. cor blarmey an stone da futtin` crows .

      Strark a bleetin` lart ay ?

      Cor futt me matey

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    5. 8:04 -fake Joe(Dmaker) and his daily dose of perversity

      Joe

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    6. Fake Joe is the most interesting poster here today.

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    7. ^ Cor,futt me gubnah,futt me !

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    8. ...I, and many more than would admit, would accept a photo or video from certain sources..Its common sense: if a university scientist produced a photo and shared it with the public via a credible media outlet bigfoot would soon be on the lists....Somehow "people do not accept blobsquatches" became "people do not accept photos or videos"...nonsense...

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    9. Clear photos;
      http://www.texasbigfoot.net/images/bigfoot2.jpg
      http://www.texasbigfoot.net/images/bigfoot1.jpg
      http://www.texasbigfoot.net/images/bigfoot3.jpg
      For the circumstances of recognised creatures being photographed, these images are also attained by professionals with professional equipment like news reporters, either that, or they are in a relaxed environment. I find it laughable that most "sceptics" require photographs, when every photograph or footage has and always will be a man in a suit to them. The appliance of rhetorical arguments to make the perception of normal debate. Even wildlife photographers are assigned specific instructions and are allocated specific areas that would imply specific results. They are also professionals with professional equipment that usually erect little hideouts that don't do much for hiding against a creature with the wilderness awareness of five green berets, whereas the majority of this field are people from the general public who have to capture images of a far more evasive and intelligent creature than that of the projects of most wildlife biologists (the innumerable blobsquatches testify to this).

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    10. ..Joe, those pics from the Patterson flick are nice, but when did Roger become an unimpeachable university professor...Thanks anyway for response

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  5. It's creepy how the ISF'ers hang out here all day and night suckling on the teats of Joe and DWA. The ISF'ers must be desperate and lonely losers.

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    1. ^ Just not as desperate as the footers who pray each night for the morrow to bring something,nay,ANYTHING,that validates their futile and forlorn hopes...they`ve waited a long time thus far,eh ?

      And will be waiting a lot longer for their "proof".

      Strange how you`re so out of touch with reality.

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    2. ^ vey troo, vey troo

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    3. I think checking in on a blog every day of your life to see if the boogeyman exists is a far worse way to live out your meagre day to day existence. Clever people can see what's really going on... The nutters that this subject attracts are far crazier than anyone believing the frequency of reports and evidence to be genuine.

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    4. Joe is DWA...1) They are never on the internet at the same time 2) they both think the evidence points toward existence 3)...Thats all I got and I made the first one up...lol...

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  6. It's odd how Bigfoot is the only fringe topic where its "skeptics" are more demented and obsessed than its "believers"

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    1. Yup. People questioning the existence of an enormous mystical ape-man are the ones who are demented.

      The ones going off about Sasquatch communicating via minspeak, using their mind powers to open portals into other dimensions, and stunning people and prey with infrasound "zaps" are totally sane, rational individuals.

      Sounds par for the course for footery.

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    2. ^^^Plays the skinflute like nobody's business

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    3. ...Why are there scare quotes around "believers"? I took the quotes around "skeptics" to mean you think they are closet believers, but that would imply "believers" are closet denialists..lol..
      Signed,
      Confused

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    4. Because they haven't the slightest idea how to counter the scientific evidence for relict hominids, they spend their days religiously pretending to be multiple posters, sensationalising the paranormal side of this topic, in a roundabout way of attacking enthusiastic people's credibility. It's pretty much pseudosceptical cowardice at its purest.
      The ISF's can be divided into three distinct types;
      *Some actually believe in "Bigfoot" but are a little too scared to admit it and for the sake of not being caught being positive on a blog like this, pretend to be "sceptical" and get there queries answered about the creature's existence by pasting the ISF's best pseudosceptical mantras.
      *Others are trolls who suffer emotional issues such as depression, low self-esteem, and anger. They want to inject their own emotional turmoil into other people by luring them into negativity. It's a way for them to feel some kind of control or power over their own disruptive emotions, at other people's expense.
      http://edition.cnn.com/2013/07/11/world/internet-trolling/
      *And then you have the others who are quite simply on the psychopathy spectrum.
      https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/your-online-secrets/201409/internet-trolls-are-narcissists-psychopaths-and-sadists

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    5. whars tham thar Mountin momsters AIMS team be ats nowadays caws tham bigfeets bein heers fere shure thay is

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  7. G.C.B.R.O. ..... on da hunt BIGFOOTS, DAWGMANS ans BATSQUATCHES ....

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