Monday, July 25, 2016

RMSO Searches Out Historic Bigfoot Landmark


The RMSO searches out the historic spot where the late Paul Freeman recorded a possible bigfoot. Were they able to find the location?


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    1. Joerg my face and call me daddy!!!!!

      OHHHHHH MYYYYYYY JOERGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    2. When you're an ISF'er you lie, you pretend, you sock puppet. It's what you do.

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  2. Occasionally it is possible to see bigfoot in Kelly Shaw's videos. There certainly is power in showing up at the location of a recent sighting, no doubt about that.

    But Kelly seems somehow uninterested in bigfoot imagery. You can point out clear images in his videos to him but those aren't acted on. He has a very peculiar form of insularity one encounters frequently in the bigfoot community which is the NOT INVENTED HERE syndrome. If he did not find the image in analysis himself he is not interested regardless of the fact that it is in his footage.

    Some who have become frustrated with that situation have made the mistake of posting a zoom clip and Kelly has gotten their channel banned in some cases.

    Strange guy.

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    1. So you just signed your comment as "Strange Guy"? Do you have a super suit with S.G. On the chest?

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  3. What's this? Some attempt by the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization to locate the spot where Freeman filmed the Bigfoot? Isn't that Kelly Shaw's group?

    Not interested. Done.

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    1. Wow... Someone's on a little hate campaign aren't they?

      Ha ha ha!!

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  4. I believe I spotted a coastal martin in that video!

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  5. Keep up the great work RMSO!

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  6. Aren't these the idiots who found "conclusive bigfoot evidence" at an obvious hoax site?

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  7. Believe hair they were taking to Meldrum motivated some hoaxers to come clean because they knew as soon as Meldrum looked at the hair thier scam would be revealed anyway. Great job getting in there and collecting that evidence RMSO. Couch squatchers are jealous you are one of the few that actually physically get into these places people say they see Bigfoot.

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    1. Bigfoot "researchers" certainly are good at making up stories, aren't they?

      That's how they tried to spin it in a desperate ploy not to look like complete tools, but that's not the way things went down.

      The reality is the video was obviously fake. Obviously fake. Painfully fake. Everyone could tell it was a fake. Some people even went so far as to identify the bigfoot costume used in the fake from ebay.

      It would take a special (as in short bus special) kind of fool to believe the footage was real. And so up stepped the RMSO to be those fools.

      See there's a hierarchy in bigfoot research. At the top we have scientists like Jeff Meldrum, Bryan Sykes, myself, and a few others. Then there are the serious investigators like the Wood Ape conservators and those Bluff Creek boys. A little blow them are the serious hobbyists who do their homework, know what to look for, go out prospecting every chance they get, and who don't have youtube channels or facebook pages. If anyone is likely to discover actual proof of bigfoot it's probably going to be one of these people. Far below them are the attention whores who have no clue what they're looking for, can't be bothered to do their homework, but make sure to post regular videos to report the nothing that they find every week insisting it's "evidence". And now were starting to reach the bottom of the barrel. This is where we find the liars (Smeja) , the hoaxers (Dyer), the con artists (Biscardi) , and the extreme idiots who, after being told they're following a hoax, proceed to go to the hoax site anyways and find "conclusive bigfoot evidence" there. And who then lie about it when they get caught out for being fools. Fools like the RMSO.

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  8. Walla Walla sample collected by Freeman.
    "The Walla Walla hair result is the most entriguing among my North American samples. I scarcely think I can claim to have identified the sasquatch as a feral Uzbek, but that is the closest I have managed to get at the moment."
    The Nature of the Beast- Bryan Sykes.
    Tim,U.K.

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  9. So what is an "expedition" now?

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