Saturday, June 18, 2016

Bigfoot Sighting American Fork Canyon On Scene Research and Comparison Video

The Paranormal Review heads to a location where a reported bigfoot was captured on video. What did they find at the location, and was it really a bigfoot? Check it out:


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

    1. I fancy reviewing comparison videos of different sexy blokes !


    2. 2:29 - "Fringe" topic ?

      I look upon it as a topic that is viewed by calm and serene folk as being rather over the edge of reason.

      However,I believe you still have a point to prove so until you`ve managed that particular sticking point I shouldn`t bother with the distraction technique.There is a glaring omission from your "stance".

      ps, hint -, bigfoot ain`t real - it`s a silly make believe tale to bolster the lonely lives of the stupid,and lame of mind.

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    4. A fringe topic indeed. Why would something so obviously bunk, something so unthreateningly fringe make someone like you require to belittle and reinforce your beliefs so much? If you look at this topic as being on the "edge of reason" (three words you doubt think somehow lifts your burden), then why do you struggle explaining away various evidences when they are presented to you? Surely, for something so ilogical that shouldn't really happen, right? And since you are a commentator of all things logical, why do you apply a culture hopping secret society of gorilla suit wearing conspirators all as a counter argument for these evidences? The burden of proof falls upon the claimant; and the more extraordinary a claim, the heavier is the burden of proof demanded. If a critic asserts that there is evidence for disproof, he is making a claim and therefore also has to bear a burden of proof. When you are presented with consistent scientific evidence, you need a little more than ilogical conspiracies as a means of shifting that burden.

      You see, people like you use the Internet and anonymity to deal with psychological and emotional issues. People like you look at these fringe topics as a means of getting back some level of self esteem. Psychologists claim people that regularly conduct themselves in the way you do likely have problems with 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."

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