Sunday, May 22, 2016

Three True Bigfoot Encounter Stories


From the Paranormal Junkie youtube channel comes three true stories of bigfoot encounters.


20 comments:

  1. Can't be true because Bigfoot doesn't exist.
    Just saying!

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  2. 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. You thank that's odd? Imagine someone who only says one thing. Over and over and over..... THAT'S odd.

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    2. ^ Apparently odd only to the people it applies to... Like 6:04 for example... Here everyday, praying like a monk.

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  3. ...Do you find it interesting that Tibetan people and Native Americans have similar legends concerning large, bipedal primates?..Is it at least possible that a yet undiscovered primate lived among early humans?...

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    1. Nope. Any more questions?

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    2. ..Lol...I'm assuming that the Native Americans and people of the Himalayans were one people before a group split off and crossed the straight..I was wondering if some extinct giganto type primate might be the cause of a common cultural phenomena...

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    3. Nope, not interesting at all. Rather stupid actually. Just more made up tales and weirdos who believe them.

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    4. You seem to be pleasant and genuinely interested in this subject. So I'll bite. Yes, I think that cultural beliefs, stories, traditions etc. came with a slow migration from Asia to North America. I think it's a given that a land bridge existed between present day Siberia and Alaska. Many times if I'm not mistaken. Is that the reason for sasquatch stories from tribes in the Northwest? Don't know. I'm a bit leary of modern interpretations of old data. Too many personal bias/politics muddy up the water. On a related but totally different vein, have you ever heard or read about a migration from east to west? The theory in a nut shell is that early Europeans followed the edges of ice flows during various Ice ages. They seemed to have worked themselves from Europe through the North Atlantic into North America. No bigfoot stuff there but interesting just the same.

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    5. ..These indigenous legends are all over the map, even after sometimes being tailored by advocates to better jibe with current motifs..Still, it does seem like they all are based on primates...I am going out on a limb here, but I take it your not impressed by the Hairy Man rock art?....

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    6. ...^meant for 8:03...8:09: That is interesting..It was probably way to early to call them Vikings, but maybe the people who made the crossing were there ancestors..As you know eventually Leif Erickson crossed by boat and ran into a bigfoot..so everything is bigfoot related..lol..

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    7. Not so much, truth be told. it could be anything from a bigfoot to a local represented with a palm frond outfit that beats the heat. I don't have an answer and I'm pretty sure no one else does either.

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    8. I'm not really fancy rock art, but I am quite attracted to Hairy Men !

      Joe

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    9. ...Yes, I suppose that just may be something we never know..Thanks for the frank and interesting replies..

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    10. ^^ Sup fuckface. Does that pass for humor in your world? I hope not because that is weak homey. It isn't funny. It isn't clever. It's damn near sophomoric. Shoot yourself. Soon..

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    11. ^^Anytime. My pleasure. Now back to fuckfsce...

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    12. Joe slides in a zinger again:)

      Ricky

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    13. Wow! resident troll got the bi.tch slap and didn't like it. Classic!

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    14. You're right 10:19 Joe really showed em who's boss tonight!

      Ricky

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