Sunday, June 12, 2016

Possible Bigfoot Tracks Found At Sawtooth


Anthony Moffett continues his search in the Sawtooth National Forest. Anthony goes to some of the most remote places there are, trying to find bigfoot. This time he may have lucked out, and found some possible bigfoot tracks.


12 comments:

  1. Sleeper cells of bigfoots have become radicalized...

    ReplyDelete
  2. Did joe really spend his weekend trying to tell people that bigfoot is real on an obscure blog?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Odd that Bigfoot is still a fringe topic.

      Delete
    2. Your non-belief is more irrational as is your obvious insecurity in it.

      Delete
    3. THE REAL QUESTION IS NOT WETHER BIGFOOT IS REAL OR NOT, ,IT'S WHO IS FUCKING MORE STUPID---------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR COMMING HERE AND ARGUING THE SAME SHIT FOR YEARS AND GOING NOWHERE.

      COMPLETE FUCKING RETARDS --- HAINTS, AC, DICK-LICKER, IKTOMI.

      YOU----ALL-----RIDE THE SHORT BUS.

      Delete
  3. Select all images of Allah? What kind of a show you puttin on here?

    ReplyDelete
  4. What beautiful scenery.If i were bigfoot i would live there xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I married a woman that had 'beautiful scenery'. Turned into a rat bitch whore that destroyed my life. Yeah, we had a few grins, before she left it stuck between my shoulder blades.

      Delete
    2. Would any of you blokes fancy seeing the "beautiful scenery" inside my knickers ?

      Joe

      Delete
    3. oooh, i would my lovely . contact me big boy !

      Delete
  5. I like this guy.. he is grim-faced and serious and hikes into incredibly remote places.

    I can watch his stuff all day but I don't expect him to capture BF on video because he pretty much stays in open areas with only distant footage of tree-lines.

    I've always been a little skeptical of the assumption that BF occupies the high alpine. I can understand BF heading up there in the summer to snag a few mountain goats but lately I'm working with the idea that they primarily occupy lowland temperate forest areas where there is game, water and cover.

    ReplyDelete