Monday, September 19, 2016

Family Moves After Bigfoot Attack Cabin



A family in Oklahoma moves after bigfoot lays siege to their cabin. The famous story about Ape Canyon, where miners were attacked by a group of bigfoot. Why do some bigfoot behave more aggressively than others?

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    1. May you find it some day!

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    2. The troll strike lasted 3 days!! AHHHHH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    3. so did your drunk racist rant! A.C., pivot man at a fortean fruit party.

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    4. ^ worst behaved guest there

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    5. Well, not surprising A.C. acts like an ass around here. ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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  2. Yes, Bigfoot laying siege to cabins is quite a common occurrence in Oklahoma. We also have Bigfoot preying on unsuspecting visitors in America's National Parks.

    What ever shall we do?

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    1. Ask KAUPE, he is a Dogman, an elemental. He could probably tell you what to do if your scared.

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    2. On very rare occasions, it does appear to be the case.

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  3. Hey Chick, the other day I made a comment about Matt Knappy lookin in windows in Ok----------------

    Well look at the top pick on this post and then go look up the photos of Matt Knapp-----

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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    1. ^ would never take directions from you foo

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    2. I made you respond, so YES, you would dork. Ha ha ha ha ha ha h

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  4. It sounds like yet another bigfoot BS story.

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    1. ^^^Rev "crybaby" jeff, ha ha ha ha

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    2. You are here everyday 2:55, that is the definition of mental illness.

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    3. ^ Just how mentally ill and obsessed do you need to be to know the times and dates of visitors to this site?

      Quite badly.

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    4. You don't believe, and you're on a Bigfoot evidence site Vegas, that's beyond mentally challenged!

      There's no Bigfoot proof in Oklahoma, right Robert!!

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    5. Another "Bigfoot BS story", that has some level of physical evidence generalising as to some level of reports being authentic.

      You can never prove an anecdote, but the plethora of evidence simply means people can use scientific principles like Occam's Razor regarding the innumerable anecdotes. If something doesn't exist, it doesn't leave evidence.

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    6. ^ Glad to see you`re finally coming to your senses in that the stories are all "BS" - as you so succinctly put it.

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    7. The plural of anecdotes is not proof. No principle can change that simple fact.

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    8. And nobody is claiming that the plural of anecdotes is proof. Am overwhelming frequency of cultural and contemporary anecdotes that are supported by physical evidence is scientifically profound.

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    9. What are you suggesting that an application of Occams Razor would tell us about the anecdotes, then?

      "You can never prove an anecdote, but the plethora of evidence simply means people can use scientific principles like Occam's Razor regarding the innumerable anecdotes."

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    10. If the physical evidence cant stand up on its own merits you can not simply bundle it in with anecdotes to change that.

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    11. Cultural anecdotes = contemporary anecdotes = video evidence = physical evidence = audio evidence = Occam's Razor.

      The physical evidence stands up just fine... just like the Bili Ape enjoyed at this stage of research. The only thing holding this subject back, is the extraordinary repercussions of what that evidence entails.

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    12. You really have no clue what you are talking about, do you?

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    13. The Bili Ape is a horrible example. It does not support your case at all, yet you blindly use it demonstrating to all your utter ignorance of what you blather on about every day.

      The Bili Ape was discovered relatively quickly once access to the area opened up.

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    14. It in fact took a whole year to successfully track the Bili Ape... And to reference a man sized primate, reported by indegenous peoples for decades, that was initially ignored by the west only to be classified by science in the late 1990's... is nothing BUT a positive example.

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    15. One year. No one has successfully tracked a bigfoot ever, over a much longer period than one year.

      Keep telling yourself this helps your case. It clearly demonstrates you don't have the slightest clue what you are talking about.

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    16. There has also never been an equivalent professional consorted effort. Based on this thread of comments, I understand clearly.

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    17. So the current group of researchers who are tracking Bigfoot are too incompetent to find him?

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    18. So what you are saying Brandon, is since we don't know how the Pyramids were built----THEY DON'T EXIST-------

      I HAVE NEVER HEARD SUCH A TOTAL MORONIC STATEMENT.

      2016 IDIOT OF THE YEAR NOMINEE, BRANDON (PHIL) BODEGI, HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

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    19. They're not professionals, obviously a trained team of biologists/primatologists with the finding and dedication might get results. The fact that so many armatures are getting physical evidence, means professionals might indeed get those results.

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    20. Well thanks for the answer, I'm trying to be more civil in my discussion of this topic, but this "Troll Killer" person is really testing my patience!

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    21. That's just nonsense excuse making. It did not take a professional to discover the mountain gorilla. The coelacanth was found in a fish market. This is just typical footer excuse churning.

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    22. ... and, "just by accident", there have been innumerable face to face encounters with hominins in the States. It all rides on the level of comparative intelligence.

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    23. Comparative intelligence of whom? How so?

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    24. A hominin is more intelligent than a gorilla or a prehistoric fish.

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    25. So? Also, you have no idea how intelligent bigfeets are, if they even exist. You are just guessing.

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    26. If they are human, and they have to be some sort of human on our lineage tree... then they'd naturally be more intelligent than the aforementioned.

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    27. But they're clumsy and unable to weave a simple basket?

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    28. I've said about ten times before... Early human ancestors and most other mammals' brains are wired with straightforward circuits that pick up information from the surrounding environment through the senses and relays that information to motor neurons so the body can move and respond to the surrounding environments.

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    29. That's just a tautology. We all have five senses that pick up information from the environment. I'm not sure of your point.

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    30. You are simply guessing. Adding clumsy language to your guess does nothing to improve the lack of veracity.

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    31. Argh, so it's a tautology now? Doesn't that contradict your previous attempts to bleed a contradiction in what I'm saying? Ironic. We all have five senses, but given the description of what people are widely reporting, Sasquatch would have to have an altered level of grey matter influencing their motor neurones. If you've evolved to survive in the harshest of wildernesses, you're not gonna need to weave a basket.

      Don, I would focuss on addressing my "clumsy language" rather than using pretentious words. It's educated guess work... and given there is reliable physical evidence for the existence of the creature in question, everything hypothesised afterwards is logical.

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    32. But given that they traded with tribes for baskets, doesn't that suggest that they did need them?

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    33. More of an exchange of customs... I mean, what could you possibly offer something that self efficient? Basket weaving is a native custom, naturally they would offer something like is. If Sasquatch truly needed baskets, there'd be modern day accounts of them.

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    34. You really just make up crap as you go along, don't you?

      It's entertaining at least.

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    35. It's in fact taking anthropological data, applying it to the existing physical evidence.

      Simples.

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    36. Why don't they continue this "exchange of customs" today?

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    37. The answer to that lies in the reasons as to why they've reclused to deeper wilderness areas...

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    38. They've collected enough baskets to satisfy their curiosity?

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    39. ^ HAAA HAAAA HAAAA LOL!!

      """"SUCKER"""""!!!

      AC collins

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  5. Why do people believe in bigfoot?

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    1. Because they are real. They are a type of simian who avoid Human contact for their own survival

      MMC

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    2. "There is a prominent view in epistemology (the study of knowledge) that “belief” and “evidence” go hand-in-hand. They say that evidence provides the support for belief, and that without evidence, there is no good reason to have a belief. In philosophy, this perspective is called “evidentialism”; the view that a belief is only rational if it is well-supported by evidence."

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    3. I bleeve. For I have seen with my own eyes !

      MMC

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    4. "Why do people believe in a bigfoot?"

      A number of reasons. First it can be due to sheer ignorance of reality. Another is wanting to believe they are part of a discovery and that they somehow know something that mainstream has missed. Another is a yearning for something magical in their otherwise empty lives or simply a deeply misguided understanding of how diverse and wonderful the real natural world is.

      But mostly when people say they believe they of course dont really and are merely "playing along". It looks like a fun hobby if you are in to camping and spooky stories etc

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    5. ... and then you have the actual evidence that obliterated any nonsense of he sort.

      (Sigh)

      To acknowledge the current state of evidence is to adhere to the idea that consistency in field biology is very likely, given the tried and tested scientific methods applied... It is to open all sorts of locked doors to repressed emotions such as the fear of what's in your backyard. The boogeyman.

      "What is it that causes you to repress thoughts and feelings? According to Freud its intense anxiety, an emotional state akin to fear. There are two phases that lead a person to repression, in the primary repression phase, an infant learns that some aspects of reality are pleasant, and others are unpleasant; that some are controllable, and others not. In order to define the "self", the infant must repress the natural assumption that all things are equal. Primary repression is the process of determining what is self, what is other; what is good, and what is bad. At the end of this phase, the child can now distinguish between desires, fears, self, and others."
      https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sideways-view/201507/the-psychology-repression

      ... It's basically why you have so many angry trolls here who are in full denial about the evidence for something that can "pop your head off like a soda bottle top".

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    6. "pop your head off like a soda bottle top"

      That is some of my favourite bigfoot fiction

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    7. The height measurements extrapolated from 40 years worth of physical evidence isn't fiction, and that equates to a creature that could do that to your scrawny neck, no problem.

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    8. You come across like you're trying to persuade yourself more than anyone else.

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    9. I'm not the one wishing the boogeyman away, son.

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    10. ^ wants bigfoot to be HSS ,that way her fantasy would never be construed as beastiality!!! 9:42 = SICKO!!

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  6. Why is there no bigfoot bodies or remains anywhere ever?

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    1. The US is 70% wilderness. If they bury their dead (and they most likely do, being human)... then that's a lot of space to keep out of dodge.

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    2. also there are so many missing planes that have never been found. There's a lot of wilderness out there and some of it has barely been seen by humans so it would be like finding a needle in a haystack
      the forest because of it's nature tends to take care of any remains that has naturally died .7:21, you've just been school sir

      Joe

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    3. I know that by the late 1990's, there were 73 aircraft since WW2, from Northern California to Alaska that had been totally lost. That was an official Federal Aviation Administration figure.

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    4. And therefore bigfoot is real how?

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    5. "Bigfoot" has the space to evade. Try and keep up with the adults.

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    6. And so does any other imaginery creature if it were to exist. Whats your point?

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    7. Imaginary creatures don't leave physical evidence.

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    8. Gotta be honest, its a pickle.

      There are lots of them. I'm hip deep in them all day. So where are the bones?

      The "they bury them" argument is tough for me to assimilate. Like I said, I'm looking at them all day and the one central characteristic of them is that they are primitive. They are so primitive that I'm not sure that I or others completely comprehend their behavior.

      No fire. You've got to keep coming back to this fact. Its important and should clue us into what they are.

      Are they consistently burying their dead? Man, I don't think so. I think when they are sick or injured they go or are moved into deep concealment in a hole or crevasse somewhere and die there.

      Still, there should be more archeological evidence than some meganthropus skull and jaw fragments from a cave in Java.

      There are millions of archaics in North America. I am puzzled at the lack of remains. I am really puzzled about what they must be eating. There are too many for them to all be eating deer and elk. Even if they are omnivores there are so many that its hard to figure how they feed themselves.

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    9. We love to eat, we don't have to eat!

      We love to be in this world, but it's not our home, it's where we come to accomplish certain things.

      We don't stay here, when the light of the spirit leaves our body!

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    10. We can derive energy from food, but we also sleep head to the ground. It recharges us like a proximity battery charger.

      Births of our kind must happen here. The elements in our bodies are not bound together the same way yours is. It is why we regenerate from what you would call a deadly wound. But eventually, the great spirit calls us out. When we die, we return to a pile of earth, no bones or hair, just elements back to dust!

      This difference allows us to GO/SLIP between sheets of light, that is your reality.

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    11. Millions of archaics?

      You can't be serious...

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    12. donald , you are the type of buffoon that will believe there are 11 dimensions according to string theory or that dark matter exists even though you've never seen either because science says so but you have a problem with legit witnesses who have seen a bigfoot and all the tracks + some great visual evidence .
      Pass the sauce, you are about to get BBQed bro

      Joe

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    13. No, I believe, just not the BS you're peddling DS.

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  7. Bigfoots are very intelligent and they have their own customs and rituals, like all human species.

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    1. Is it true that they weave baskets?

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    2. Native Americans have oral histories of trade between tribes, where the Natives would give them baskets and alike because they were too big and clumsy to weave. You have legends such as the Basket Lady, where it is alleged that these baskets were then used for a sinister purpose, and were subsequently stopped being traded off.

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    3. I saw on SouthPark that they weave baskets

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    4. Bigfoot is "big and clumsy" but also swift and agile enough to avoid human detection? Which is it?

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    5. Do I really have to point out the amount of primates there are that are clumsy, yet swift & agile?

      (Sigh)

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    6. Bigfoot is anything you want it to be as long as it fits the narative of what ever bit of special pleading you are trying to promote

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    7. special pleading
      noun
      "argument in which the speaker deliberately ignores aspects that are unfavourable to their point of view.
      "he has produced a piece of special pleading that does not wholly stand up"

      Kind of like you and the plethora of evidence. Those times when everyone else "special pleads", are in fact the times where you've learned something about the subject.

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    8. Or ---- Iktomi is smart enough to stake stock of the magnitude of evidence, and form a opinion,

      Yet he is wise enough to keep looking at the subject, even though things don't always mesh.

      you ANONOTAURD ON THE OTHERHAND, cannot get your closed mind to investigate the possibilities without short-circuiting your fearful mind.

      And so you come hear everyday and try to ad a new brick to your safe-space basement dwelling.

      Deny everything including God, and then make statements that only an all-knowing God COULD make. Very confused individual

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    9. So 11:00 ,,since sasquatch are all knowing. Do you pray to them as God??

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  8. Try my delicious chocolate cereal

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  9. Question: Why do some bigfoot behave more aggressively than others? Answer: Because the humans who invented the story about the aggressive bigfoots were more imaginative liars.

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    1. Question: why do some people feel compelled to talk on a subject of which they have know knowledge?

      Answer: Insecurity, need for companionship, sheer stupidity, false assessment of there own intellect.

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    2. haha, Haints gets BBQed by TK !

      Joe

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    3. Bullshit ,HELL !I can smell the BRUSHFIRE BETWEEN TK'S EARS,ALL THE WAYS UP HERE ,IN WALLA WALLA!!

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  10. Question: Why do the Ape Canyon Bigfoot behave more aggressively than others? Answer: Because the miners shot at them for no reason, prior to the night that the Bigfoot attacked. Lesson learned: Don't shoot at a Bigfoot, unless you have a death wish.

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