Monday, September 12, 2016

'Chocolate Brown' Bigfoot Seen By Multiple Witnesses


From the youtube channel of Tennessquatch:

Recorded on August 9th, 2016, in Van Buren county, Tennessee.

Recorded the next afternoon, after myself and two other individuals witnessed a Sasquatch (possibly two) peeking at us from between several logs it was crouching down behind, after being alerted to its presence via our 1000 lume flashlights having caught it's very dramatic eyeshine about fifty feet inside the woods.

Upon watching this thing pop up and down behind and between these logs for upwards of a minute or more, our team member Gato (who's speaking from within the woods) walked into the woods towards it, to get a better look. The following is some of what he says he saw.

A more detailed, on-site interview of Gato's visual sighting coming soon.

23 comments:

  1. First for Khat, Iktomi, Chick, Eva, Dr.S and the rest of the Nice People.

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    1. You left out my name bro.

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    2. I have a secret,"a top secret"!!!

      I AM NOT THE 160 IQ'ed genious
      that you all think I am..

      TK,,

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    3. Thanks for the +1 Puss!

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    4. I saw a Salted Caramel Bigfoot once. All soft and chewy with a gooey center.
      He was tasty. We bagged him for Thanksgiving one year.

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    5. ^Has no idea what he is talking about. His teddy bear doesn't have anything like that. But it sure is crusty.

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    6. I like the Golden Brown best...it makes me all warm and satisfied inside.

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  3. Hmm, yes bigfoots could be used for food. How many people do you think one large one could feed?

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    1. Its NOT eaten. Its eat'n. If you're going to be a hillbilly cad at least make more of an effort to get it right.

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    2. ^ Gorrr futt me guvnah , futt me.

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    3. ^Thats very strange behavior. Must be an internal defect.

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  4. Mmmmmmmmmmm, chocolately tasty Kaupe,oops I gave myself away Kaupe

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