Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Bigfoot Hoaxing 101


Think it's difficult to hoax bigfoot tracks. This video shows you how, and with some time you could easily perfect the method and fool most people.

29 comments:

  1. lol at that picture of the "trackway".

    Good one.

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    1. """" NO WONDER THE SCIENTIFIC COMMUNNITY DOES NOT TAKE US SQUATCHER'S SERIOUSLY""""!!!


      my farts no longer make noise!!!! , :' -(

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    2. Art Bell Radio - 🙈 Bigfoot Hunters 🙊- The First "Bugs" Interview 🔫
      DUDE.....

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  2. Anyone who believes in bigfoot is a looney toon

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    1. ^ anyone who wastes his time on a site on a subject they don't believe in is far more insane than those who believe in bigfoot. is your xbox broken or do you just have no life ?

      Joe

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    2. ^ corr futt me dass a bit stwong ain it me ol charna corr futt me

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    3. Anyone who devotes their entire life to hating a subject that they are in denial about, is far worse than a "loony toon". There are in fact very real psychologists studying the behaviour of 4:15... People who are convinced by a level of scientific evidence for Sasquatch; not so much.

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    4. ^ No scientific evidence that bigfoot is real has yet been presented.

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    5. Hair samples with uniform morphology are scientific evidence.

      Dermatoglyphics in track castings that are consistent across samples, is scientific evidence.

      The lengths a crazy nerd troll with stoop just to get a bit of cyber attention, incredible.

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    6. ^ The only people believe any of the "evidence" so far presented are the loons and berks..such as yourself..not one legitimate scientist states bigfoot is real.

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    7. Then you'll have no problem finding "proper scientists" to debunk their work? Should be easy... I'll wait for you to source just one.

      Just to let you know, some of the very best conservationists and primatologist in the world are more than optimistic. I know there was some big words there, maybe your moma can incorporate them into your bedtime story?

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  3. This video is bloody awful !
    Those tracks are obviously fake and any moron with half a brain can see that isn't even close to a real bigfoot print. Dr Meldrum would have a laughing fit is anyone showed him these tracks claiming to be real

    Joe

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    1. Meldrum has been caught out with far worse prints..and you no doubt sanctioned them as being the real deal..you bloody fool.

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    2. tham bigfeets reel eenough thays bein heers fer yeers

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    3. 4:48- you sound like a jealous fluff mate. Meldrum will run circles around you in your dreams . Next time you fall asleep pal look for the giant prints around your bed and you'll know what i'm talking about

      Joe

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    4. I wonder how many primatologists, biologists and anthropologists would be "caught out" if someone was deliberately setting out to hoax them? A pretty mute argument... But that's the pseudosceptical community for ya!

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    5. ^ The jotomis` - still getting caught out is nothing for you to brag about - and you`ve been caught out a surprisingly large number of times - you bloody fools.

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    6. ^ still getting caught out - but that is not surprising at all.

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    7. sounds the loon alert !
      7:45 & 7:58 is off his meds again

      Joe

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    8. ^ hits the bottle about now

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  4. Bill Brock can hunt down them bigfoots ... he will get the JOB DONE !!!

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  5. Ridiculous, the gait & geometry has NOTHING to do with real sasquatch tracks & trackway.

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  6. He forgot to mention the importance of forming the clay mold with your hands to make sure dermal ridges are transferred from your hands to the stompers. Just make sure to to it all random and haphazard; that's what puts the "unknown" in unknown primate species.

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    1. Figure 41. Dermal ridge experimental cast. Dr. John Bodley made this cast, which included impressions of his own skin. It was shown to various fingerprint experts, along with one of those from the Blue Mts. All five authorities immediately picked Bodley's cast as showing anatomically incorrect ridge orientations, but could find nothing wrong with the other one.

      Krantz, Grover S. Bigfoot Sasquatch Evidence-The Anthropologist Speaks Out.
      Canada, Hancock House Publishers Ltd, 1999, Page 82.


      Pick up a book, crazy nerd.

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    2. ^ only looks at the pictures of books..usually the glossy man mags are his fave but the pages get stuck together too quickly

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    3. There you go again trying to prove a negative with a negative, Ikky.

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