Friday, July 1, 2016

Utah Looks Squatchy, But Are There Bigfoot There?


Check out this video where The Paranormal Review asks the question "Is bigfoot in Utah?"

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  2. Yes, there are Bigfoot in Utah, but not many. Estimates give a Utah sasquatch population of less than 10 in the entire state.

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    1. Ok that is hilarious.

      My friend, if there is one there are hundreds upon hundreds.

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    2. In 2012, field biologists estimated the Utah sasquatch population using the same method employed to estimate wild gorilla populations in Africa, by counting nesting sites. Based on this methodology, the biologists gave a conservative estimate of 5-8 sasquatches in the entire state of Utah. Hopefully that number has risen since 2012.

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    3. So you're saying there isn't even one.

      Because if there were hundreds someone would have caught one by now.

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    4. Do you know how ******* crazy you come across, putting words in people's mouths to that perverse level?

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    5. If you only knew who you are talking to…

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  3. What exactly makes an area "squatchy" or not?

    It can't mean that bigfoot can be found there, because nobody has ever provably found bigfoot anywhere. Sure people have claimed to have seen bigfoot, but people have claimed to have seen bigfoot in Central Park too. does that mean Central Park is "squatchy"? What about Madison Square?

    Maybe "squatchy" means conducive to hoaxing.

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  4. No Bigfoot, but one hell of a lot of Mormons. That's moron but with an extra 'm'.

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