Monday, October 31, 2016

Bigfoot Hunter Finds A Fish In A Tree


Robert Dodson found what he believes is a fish way up in a tree. His partner believes it is just a hornet's nest. What do you think it is? Did a bigfoot throw a fish up in a tree?

14 comments:

  1. First for

    Huma wiener

    Now you know why she calls herself

    Huma aberdine

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  2. I've got a really realistic ghost costume but it's a bit see through though :) xx

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  3. Here is a perfect example of seeing what you want to see. Mr. Dodson is so intent upon seeing something strange and mysterious that he immediately thinks it's a dead fish even when his fellow enthusiast laughingly tells him it's a hornet's nest (which it is). It's incidents like this that should put Mr. Dodson's other claims under close scrutiny.

    I have to say this video was pretty boring to watch although Mr. Dodson himself is an . . . . . . interesting character

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  4. A fish in a tree? I can beat that. One time I knocked a bass into my little two man pond hopper with a trolling motor. My buddy and I took a break while fishing a 5 acre farm pond and tied up to a stump to drink a beer and may or may not have smoked a bowl. When we were ready to get back to the task at hand he untied the boat and I hit the throttle on the motor and blamo! a 2 lbs bass landed in the boat. And yes. I counted it as a catch.

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  5. That is exactly what a Bigfoot would do with a fish. He'd throw it in a tree. Because what else would make sense? What could a Bigfoot do with a fish? Throwing it up into a tree is the only thing that makes sense.

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  6. Only one way to find out. Climb up there and kick it.

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  7. Only one way to find out. Climb up there and kick it.

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  8. Stop giving this loon attention abd maybe he will go away. Dude is certifiable.

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  9. If it is a fish, it's possible a bird might have lost its grip and dropped that fish or landed there to eat it but it does resemble a hornets nest.

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