Saturday, January 21, 2017

Rare 1994 Television Interview with Paul Freeman


Nobody knows if Paul Freeman's bigfoot video is real or not, but a lot of people think it is. Here's a rare interview with Freeman.

19 comments:

  1. Nobody know if it's real or not? LOL. I can tell you it's hoaxed BS. Freeman was a bigfoot BS hoaxer pure and simple.

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    1. "PEDOTOMI" Say's, If its NOT a Homo Sapien Sapien,
      it's Not a Sasquatch!!!

      AC collins :-P

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    2. The only source of evidence that Freeman presented that was later shown to be bunk, was a hair fibre that turned out to be fibre glass (I believe) and the circumstances as to how he attained this fibre are not clear (was possibly given it). Apart from that, Freeman had sourced some of the most profound evidence this field has to reference. The hair fibres that were accumulated via a sighting by two other government employees, that were verified by Fahrenbach to be consistent with twelve other samples (all linked to their own sightings and activity), and the footprint casts that were verified to be genuine by 30 police fingerprint workers, 6 physical anthropologists and 4 pathologists and 2 zoologists.

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    3. ^ prove it!! YOU WONT, BECAUSE
      You can't! So. STFU !!

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    4. Actually... I can;

      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

      http://www.bfro.net/REF/THEORIES/WHF/dnatests.htm

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    5. sorry chimp The dermals are "NON HSS"! Haa haa haa u lose sucka!
      Lol
      AC collins

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    6. "... of all North American mammals, only humans have fully developed friction skin on the soles of their feet."
      http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

      Unlucky.

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    7. bullshit .chimps dont have the same dermal patterns as a gorilla . but then again your far to stupid to realise that river otters & beavers and what the hell even wood rats have developed friction (dermal patterns) skin on the soles

      CHERRY PICK THE NATIONAL ENQUIRE MUCH LOOSER?

      AC collins

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    8. Iktomi wins in a landslide!
      He has given the links to back his side of the argument.
      Loser AC. Collins has given not a thing (except childish remarks) to this round by round debate. The skeptic takes it in the behind. Now ain't that a pissa!

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    9. But there aren't any chimps and gorillas living in North America? And if even if your drivel was correct (which it's not) why list animals like beavers and otters when the dermals were found to exist in human-like tracks?

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      "A U.S. Border Patrol tracker who was called in by the Forest Service to help in the Walla Walla investigation declared the tracks to be fakes because of the presence of these dermal ridges (among other things). He pointed out that, of all North American mammals, only humans have fully developed friction skin on the soles of their feet. He did not allow for the possibility of the track maker being another higher primate — all of which have the same kind of friction skin with virtually identical dermal ridges."

      Total meltdown in 5... 4... 3... 2...

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    10. Ac is correct wood rats have dermals..google it

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    11. Who gives a rats ass... It's an irrelevance. The friction ridges are consistent with primate skin.

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  2. Idiotomi regurgitating the usual nonsense.....but since there's no such thing as Bigfoot, yes another fat guy in a suit.

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    1. Circular reasoning (Latin: circulus in probando, "circle in proving"; also known as circular logic) is a logical fallacy in which the reasoner begins with what they are trying to end with. The components of a circular argument are often logically valid because if the premises are true, the conclusion must be true.
      Circular reasoning - Wikipedia

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  3. Freeman was a hoaxer.

    His famous footage shows a "bigfoot" that obviously has fake fur on it. It's laughable that people are fooled by this.

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    1. It's too pixelated to make any definitive conclusions... Howveer, his physical evidence lends credence to the footage he had.

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  4. Idiotomi nice fantasy world your living in....let us know when you get your meds straight and come back to reality LOL!
    Are you into any other imaginary creatures, have you discussed this issue with your doctor?
    Make sure you talk with your doctor about your imaginary creature delusions and your internet compulsion as well.
    Good luck!!

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