Saturday, December 17, 2016

Bigfoot Tries To Get In Man's Tent


From Brenton Sawin Mysteries To Search:

Nate camped out and was surrounded by Sasquatch in Ohio. This Bigfoot seemed to not be afraid of humans. The Grassman also may have used infra sound to make Nate sleep and then unzipped the tent. Very scary encounter with the Sasquatch known as Ohio Grassman.

33 comments:

  1. Bigfoot only tried to get inside because Iktomi Joe was displaying.

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    1. I really would fancy Bigfoot getting into my "tent" !

      Joe

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    2. ^ sucking it "long time"

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    3. Gonna have to continue dreaming it longtime^

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    4. Haints: the never ending yob !
      go play with yourself and the other yob Fake Joe

      Joe

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  2. Why would anyone contribute to Brenton's show when all he every has is far-fetched stories from guests who are only identified by their first name? If he could get some knowledgeable people who would debate the pros and cons of Bigfoot's existence it would be far more interesting.

    Right now it's just the Weekly World News of the Bigfoot world.

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    1. Joe had a trousers tent for gay Bigfoot. Gay Bigfoot wanted to leave a present in Joe's gifting bowel.

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    2. word has it that Joe has left this blog for good. This will be a Merry Christmas indeed!

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    3. there once was a hater named Haints
      who filled his boring days with complaints
      He sucked at life
      Had no wife
      and now he's just a prat who fills this blog with strife

      Joe

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  3. If bigfooters ever wanted to know why they don't get any respect, this story is a shining example. The average footer has no problem at all believing this story. So let me get this right........a legendary hairy creature surrounded a mans tent, who has all the necessary tools in that tent to prove its existence.

    And yet no proof is gathered. And the excuse that no proof was gathered, is that this hairy creature zapped the man with infrasound, which then caused the man to fall into a deep slumber. LOL!!!

    But it gets better. Then the bigfoot tried to climb into the tent and do who knows what to the sleeping man.

    Yet read Sawins comments. There are hoards of footers eager to believe this nonsense. And its likely that most believers on this site fall into that category.

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    1. I would like to be a Bigfoot believer. I once thought it was possible it existed. Searching for Bigfoot made spending time in the woods more interesting. However, as much as I may wish otherwise, it just isn't there.

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    2. Joe dissed me because I have searched with Fasano, Biscardi and Dave Shealy, and I said that I did not see any hoaxing. Actually, I saw nothing at all out of the ordinary.

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    3. Did you help load the costume and guts into the cooler?

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    4. Sadly, no. If I had, I could have become a TV star like Moneymaker.

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    5. Hmmmm. I didn't know Moneymaker stuffed guts and a costume into the cooler. Are you sure thats what it takes Hates?

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  4. I've started a GoFundme account for Sawin. For $5.99 we can buy him a pair of scissors to trim that sick mold growth from under his piehole, Otherwise, for $1.59 we can buy him a Bic lighter to burn that filthy growth off his face.

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    1. Sorry, Sawin. I call 'em like I see 'em.

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    2. Don't be sorry. Just be as Hateful as you are inside. I just watch and roll my eyes.

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    3. Haints needs to worry about the mold growing from his wanker
      sunny side up mate !

      Joe

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  5. CONCLUSION REACHED BY DR. KIRLIN AND LASSE HERTEL ON THE SIERRA SOUNDS
    The results indicate more than one speaker, one or more of which is of larger physical size than an average human adult male. The formant frequencies found were clearly lower than for human data (infrasound) and their distribution does not indicate that they were a product of human vocalizations and tape speed alteration.
    http://www.sasquatchcanada.com/uploads/9/4/5/1/945132/kts_p182-186.pdf

    Bioacoustics is the study of sound and biology, and how they relate to each other. A researcher in the field by the name of Elizabeth von Muggenthaler has extensively studied sounds tigers make. She and her colleagues discovered that tigers can produce sounds below frequencies of 20 hertz. This is called infrasound, because it's below the human range of hearing (we measly humans can hear frequencies between 20 hertz and 20,000 hertz). Von Muggenthaler believes it's the low frequencies and high volume that can cause paralysis. Infrasound can travel long distances, and tigers use it to communicate as well as to hunt. It can also pass through solid objects, including bones, which is why people such as wildlife researcher and professor Mel Sunquist have reported being able to feel the roar. Infrasound has been shown to produce chills, stress, and even sorrow. Some people even think it could explain reports of ghostly experiences. In any case, infrasound is one more weapon in the tiger's arsenal, and yet another reason these cats are among the world's top predators.
    http://animalfactoftheday.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/tigers-roar-can-paralyze.html?m=1

    Further reading;
    https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2000/12/001201152406.htm

    FACTS... Faliarize yourself with them. After this, and given the fact that there is reliable physical evidence for the existence of what is commonly referred to as "Sasquatch", and maybe the many accounts such as this might seem a little more plausible.

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    1. So bigfoot is not human?

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    2. Joerg dishonestly doctored the quotation and added the word "infrasound" to it. He apparently didn't "faliarize" himself with what the word means -- that the sound would be at such a low frequency that humans cannot hear it. The entire basis of Sierra Sounds was that humans could hear bigfoot! Typical footer incompetence.

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    3. In the minds of the academics studying the Sierra Sounds, the subjects making those noises are not human, which is not too different from a majority of enthusiasts who naively maintain that Sasquatch are not human. However, we are yet to fully understand what a wild human, potentially three times the size of us can achieve... For example, why couldn't very, very long vocal chords create infrasound?

      And NOPE! Anyone spending more than a couple of minutes listening to a Ron Morehead interview, will know that some of the Sierra Sounds were audible to them (given the recorded exchanges), and others were not. Also, if you were addressing people with a very low level of intelligence, you would naturally have to have footnotes to quotation marks to point out what basic concepts mean. If I was deliberately being deceitful, I wouldn't have provided the direct link.

      You should worry more about learning the facts about the subject and getting better arguments, rather than my character, or the alleged characters of "footers".

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    4. Leave it to Joerg to come up with a loony argument that not even Morehead himself was stupid enough to advance. Morehead's idiotic argument is that the sounds could not be MADE by humans, not that they could not be HEARD by humans. There's a difference Joerg! The cheap tape recorder they used could not pick up infrasound anyway, so there would never have been any evidence for it. Next time you decide to fraudulently doctor a quotation, at least take the time to "faliarize" yourself with the basic terminology!

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    6. And again, we are yet to fully understand what a wild human, potentially three times the size of us can achieve, with maybe a very, very long vocal chords creatung infrasound. The facts are that there is nothing in the anatomy of widely reported Sasquatch that can't be attributed to humans in our distant and contemporary lineage, whilst there is DNA evidence that Sasquatch are indeed human. You then have audio recordings from a creature with the exact descriptions, producing infrasonic audio ranges.

      1 + 1 = 2

      Also, and I feel embarrassed to point this out, but there's a whole paper cited in my comment from acamdemics stating that the "cheap recorder", which was in fact supplied by a journalist called Al Berry who was initially trying to debunk the phenomena, was indeed good enough to record infrasound and did by their analysis.

      Oops!

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    7. ^ Chuck Berrys brother ?

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    8. https://youtu.be/ZPsaM3TYfC4

      16mins, Morehead refers to them as "people".

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