Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Here's The Famous Sweeten Bigfoot Video


From fishgame.com:

In 1994, Texan Danny Sweeten captured a video of an alleged Bigfoot creature in the Sam Houston National Forest.

The clip gets little play in Bigfoot circles due to the plethora of video out there in the age of smart phones, dash cams and other devices. Still in the 1990s when this footage was shot and showed on national television it was a big deal.

The footage itself is not nearly as clear as the famous Patterson/Gimlin footage of 1967 from Bluff Creek, Ca. or even of other lesser known clips like the 1994 Paul Freeman footage but it was probably the first clip from Texas that got national media attention and if you’re a Bigfoot buff it is worth examining

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    1. Ever notice how bigfoot has never been proven to exist. You would think that if it was real then there would be proof by now. Just saying

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    2. And why should there be proof by now? Because someone with a ten year old's understanding of science expects it to be? A lack of proof does not equate to a lack of evidence... And as long as there's evidence, you have reason to sweat. Probably why you're here checking on the boogeyman every day of your life.

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  2. Modern Zoology begins
    Charles Darwin writes up theory origin of species 1859
    Less than 200 years to perfect and develop this science. As modern and high tech as we are in 2016 it is still relatively new on the larger scale of things. I know that every skeptic is sick to death of the listing of the Gorilla and the Okapi as recent discoveries of so called "mythical beasts" but in reality these are just two of the larger "mythical and unknown" animals that have been discovered. If you realize that we have only discovered 14% of the species on the planet then you realize that we have only just touched the tip of the iceberg. For all the "hundreds and hundreds of Bigfoot enthusiasts" skeptics like to claim are combing the woods for bigfoot, the reality is there are literally less than 200 actual professional Bigfoot Trackers who hunt Bigfoot in the "professional" sense of the word. By this I mean, they have the expertise, training,financial backing and equipment as well as the ability to travel the world to the locations at the drop of a hat when a credible sighting is logged. The truth is, that with only a handful of people able to look for this species full time it is going to be awhile until we can find a body to satisfy the skeptics.

    That being said it is interesting to note how vocal and hostile they are here on this blog. It is almost maniacal the lengths they have gone to here to harass the members of this site. Insulting and verbally assaulting until most have left it seems. One has to wonder what exactly it is that they are afraid of. Nowhere else in the history of humanity has there been a record of this type of hostility being displayed over the search and discovery of a new species of animal. Could there be another hidden reason for their staking out of this site? An agenda that they have proposed and have enacted among themselves? Perhaps they are being paid by someone to incite this type of grief here. Either way their actions by being here are allowing people who believe in Bigfoot a glimpse into a reality that seems to have come with the creation of Bigfootery and therefore we must come up with a categorical name for this type of skeptic: Fanatical Skeptic. And as such they must be treated with the same care you would treat your everyday run of the mill fanatic. I am beginning to think that they are dangerous, not only here on the internet, but out in the real world as well.

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    1. In a recent study, University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers asked more than 1,000 people to read a blog post about nanosilver technology. Half of the participants were exposed to civilized reader comments on the post, and the other half were subjected to profanity-laden screeds and putdowns.

      "The results were both surprising and disturbing," researchers Dominique Brossard and Dietram Scheufele wrote in the New York Times. "Uncivil comments not only polarized readers, but they often changed a participant's interpretation of the news story itself."

      http://edition.cnn.com/2013/07/11/world/internet-trolling/

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  3. I have read this article as well. Very sad commentary on just how much power the written word , even nasty has over people.

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    1. Hastiness and superficiality are the psychic diseases of the 20th century, and more than anywhere else this disease is reflected in the press.

      - Alexander Solzhenitsyn




      MMC

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  4. This clip is as fake as a $3 bill.

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  5. Why is the photo so blurry? Answer: Sasquatch manipulating infrared wavelengths to distort the image. Helps them remain hidden.

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  6. FBFB clip...how are those guys doing by the way?

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