Thursday, October 6, 2016

Shyman of the White Mountains - New Hampshire's Bigfoot


From Sasquatch: Out of the Shadows -

This third episode of Sasquatch: Out of the Shadows features the research of Michael Eastman of New Hampshire's White Mountains. Michael has conducted research for nine months on what he believes is a family group of Sasquatch. He shares his encounters over the years, his methods and the intriguing audio and physical evidence he has collected.

22 comments:

  1. HORSE SHIT.........THE EARTH IS ROUND I SAY

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    1. Steve Spewfarts ridicules, harasses & even stalks online anyone that claims to have a seen a bigfoot. He insists bigfoot is not real & everyone that has claimed to of saw one is crazy, drunk or on drugs. Steve must of been on drugs for this episode of finding bigfoot. In front of the camera all of a sudden Steven is a hardcore believer & has had a bigfoot experience himself. Is Steven lying on National television or is he just lying and harassing all of us? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2jY-djy-xA

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    2. Yeah we get it Kelly - you hate him. Now piss off.

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    3. ^^^ Trolls just hate to be trolled. Get a job, get out of your mamas basement. I know she says she likes having you there, but is really an embarrassment for her to have you there bragging about your troll victories on others over a mythical creature. She would feel much better if you were into unicorns, glitter and my little pony

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    4. Why don't you head off to Sasquatch Ridge or Gulch or river or wherever else you decide to put the Sasquatch name on and do a report on some old sighting that happened twenty years ago. That's your specialty isn't it Kelly... besides dissing Streufert I mean.

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    5. Wow this place sucks when Iktomi leaves for the day.

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    6. A lot of jealousy in this group. Makes me laugh watching people chase a fictional creature, arguing about its physical properties & then jealously bashing each other of fictional evidence.

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    7. cray^ cray^^ cray^^^ cray^^^^ cray^^^^^ cray^^^^^^

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    8. 8:44... I do believe you have a bit of work to do on the latest comment section. Surely "fictional creatures" shouldn't be leaving such a mess about the place?

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  2. Question for Itkomi. Do you think you have ever changed anyone's mind about the existence of bigfoot?

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    1. Yes, he's convinced many believers that bigfoot does not exist!

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    2. ^ there's probably more truth to that statement then you will ever know.

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    3. I totally agree but I just wanted to see what Itkomi thought. When I first came to this site I was open minded and was curious why there were so many sightings reported. Plus all of the pics and videos that were supposed to be bigfoot. The more time i spent here the more I was convinced that it is all just hoaxes and lies. The people who hunt bigfoot and the armchair experts like Itkomi all seem to have serious mental issues. They want to believe in bigfoot so much that it destroys all logic. They really are a sad bunch. I think the people who come here everyday and ridicule the mentally handicapped are just doing them a favour. Trying to snap them out of this insane belief in magic monkeys. Unfortunately they are beyond help.

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    4. The really frightening thing is he's probably the most grounded in reality of the bunch - I mean look at some of the others posting here - nephilim, blue bags, mindspeak - it's the full set of crazies.

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    5. Nobody's trying to convince a denialist... Only use you as the archetype idiot. And of course... it's always logical to apply a conspiracy theory to explain away repeatable scientific evidence, isn't it?

      I'd rather have a troll refer to me as having mental issues than a bunch of psychologists conclude I'm a psychopath.

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    6. Very sound reasoning. Stuart wont understand.

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    7. I wonder what that team of psychologists would conclude about a nut case who wakes up at 5:00 AM to respond to comments on a bigfoot blog?

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    8. They'd probably conclude that this "nut case" has reason to be up at that time in the morning... And be immediately drawn to the troubled person requiring to belittle and insult people on the internet, all for the sake of a "fictional creature".

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    9. Given that the same "nut case" was up past midnight responding to comments on a bigfoot blog, the team of psychologists might rightfully wonder how much attention said "nut case" could possibly devote to anything else in his life. They'd logically conclude that the "nut case" actually has nothing else in his life.

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    10. ... Actually... It really woukdn''t take a psychologist to realise straight off the bat who's really in need of this attention, considering the reaction you're seeking posting provocative insults on a blog. If I simply wanna put you on your place with facts after that, they'd probably be little embarrassed that someone should struggle so comprehensively in countering what according to you is so straight forward.

      And only one of us has REAL psyhologists analysing our behaviour. It doesn't matter how many angry posts you publish, that is factual.

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  3. Michael Eastman of New Hampshire's White Mountains. Amazing Recordings and interessting stuff.
    Greetings from EU

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