Sunday, August 7, 2016

Dr. Matthew Johnson Talks About The Paranormal Bigfoot


From the Dark Side youtube channel:

Psychologist Dr. Matthew Johnson discusses the paranormal aspects of what he calls "the forest people". He also shares some audio recordings from his habituation site.

42 comments:

  1. https://www.dropbox.com/s/llp0xkihs31lvnn/Blue_Bags_over_Biloxi.mp4?dl=0

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    1. wtf how tall are those trees?

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    2. lol holy crap

      So you're holed up on a cheap hotel in hiding, right?

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    3. WHEN DR.JOHNSON WEEPS WHILEST HE RECOUNTS HIS TRAMATIC ENCOUNTER, MAKES ME SEARCH FOR MY CHECKBOOK TO SUPPORT THIS FLAWLESS EXAMPLE OF BIGFOOT RESEARCH!!!!

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    4. StevenStru@fert was busted plotting a hoax on this guys 1st research area. Bluff Creek project scam artists don't like it when someone else may move in on their scam of soliciting for donations. That is why Steve is obsessed with locating other research areas & hoaxing them. Its all about the money. When a group like bluff creek asks for donations you have to question their motives. If they are willing to hoax, rest assured they are wining & dining with your hard earned cash.

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    5. Where was this filmed? Is there a channel?

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    6. So this footage is from the bluff creek group?

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    7. Someone keeps talking about their checkbook. Everyone knows you only have 2 bucks in there. Silly silly silly. Now that Monopoly money under your mattress- thats a WHOLE different situation.

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    8. It's a shadow. Please don't tell me this is being passed off as anything more.

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    9. Giants? great

      Just when I was getting used to the idea of bigfoot.

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    10. We're coming up with 15-ft. Yeah 15-18 feet. Would you mind at least saying what state this is in?

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    11. Don't listen to the idiot above. The person posting it is a lying troll, probably Kelly Shaw or one of his allies. There was no plot to hoax Johnson by Bluff Creek Project. There is no profit in the Project. All donations have paid for cameras and batteries that are deployed for the good of all.

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  2. Moobs is still kickin it? I am surprised he hasn't been laughed off the face of earth planet.

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    1. Robert lindsay say's
      "Hickory dickory dock"
      should'nt preclude a sexist colloquialism!!!

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  3. The only way they can try to explain the lack of Bigfoot evidence is to go with the paranormal. Special pleading.

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    1. It's easier that way, but you don't have to go that far. My favorite is the monkey that somehow evades all trail cams.

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    2. There is only a lack of evidence in the chronic denialists who feel a need to misinform around here every day of their lives. They neither have the belly to acknowledge it, nor do they have the intelligence to fathom it. One might ask themselves, for something they seem so sure about, why the lack of apparent satisfaction?

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    3. Oh... And "monkeys" can easily spot the passage of normal humans in the brush, because they have the ability of the best native trackers x 10. It's really not that difficult and explains how they evade so well.

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    4. ^ Shit caned !!!!(fired)

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    5. So they can spot field cams placed by experts weeks and months later because they recognize human trails...right. That's fantasy land son.

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    6. An experiment shows that chimpanzees have startling photographic memories; they easily beat humans. From the Primate Research Institute at Kyoto University;
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zz7ShiQqLQg

      Both animals and humans leave sign of their passage in addition to tracks. These include chewed or bruised vegetation, droppings, scratches in tree bark, hairs snagged on branches or in bark, rubbings on trees, gnawed bones, feathers, opened nuts, dens, burrows, and nests. You may also find well-worn trails and runways through the grass that many animals use regularly. These signs may not be obvious at first, but with practice, a trained eye will see them. Something evolved in that environment would spot them easily.

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    7. I think if someone as uneducated as you were to learn of the tracking capabilities of normal humans, notably native Americans, that would be someone else's "fantasy land" too. Spoiled brats like you have never been accountable for their shortfalls.

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    8. I never had a trail cam strapped to a tree, all of mine were hidden under logs, IMPOSSIBLE to see.
      How did they avoid the camera you ask....THEY SAW ME HIDING IT, AND AVOIDED IT LIKE THE PLAGUE!

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    9. Fantasy land is a pretty good descriptor of special pleading.

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    10. Details on primates having photographic memories = fact.
      Details on tracking physical sign = fact.
      Reason to invest enthusiasm on the existence of a creature such as this = dermals, hair, audio & footage, fact.
      Warranted to theorise as to how such a creature could therefore evade so successfully in line with the available data = logically scientific.

      Our room to theorize is in fact your biggest obstacle on the flip side, especially when you fail so miserably in showing us that the evidence for such a creature isn't there.

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    11. Primates (apes) have photographic memory? That would explain their giant leaps in technology in the last 100,000 years. They pioneered controlled flight in 1434. Little known fact....

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    12. Um... Yes... As stated earlier, an experiment shows that chimpanzees have startling photographic memories; they easily beat humans. From the Primate Research Institute at Kyoto University;
      https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Zz7ShiQqLQ

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  4. Matthew Johnson = fuctard of bigfootery!

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    1. Yes, that's how I would explain your channel.

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    2. Lack of explanation, and being a complete Douchebag, is how I explain you.

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    3. Wait, where's your evidence Vegas???
      Douchebag in the highest!!

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    4. but not TRUMP hebe onit ....

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    5. DS, where's your evidence douchebag? Videos of pareidolia don't cut it, nor do blue bags.

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  6. We have a bigfoot habituation site and lately I've been leaving open bottles of apple cider out and they've been consumed and the bottle placed upright on a rock.

    Alcohol... good for American Indians and good for Bigfoot.

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    1. Did you try leaving some loaded firearms? They go well together with cider.

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  7. Arf arf aah guh guh, thems porchk munskeys

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