Friday, February 3, 2017

"Killing Bigfoot" Premieres This Weekend!


Deep in the heart of Texas, Bobby Hamilton has been on the hunt for Bigfoot ever since encountering the monster as a child. Decades later, the world still doesn’t have definitive proof of Bigfoot’s existence. That’s where Bobby, his friend Jim Lansdale, and their team of monster hunters, known as the Gulf Coast Bigfoot Research Organization (GCBRO), have decided to take matters into their own hands.

In the all-new series “KILLING BIGFOOT,” GCBRO is on a mission to help families terrorized by Bigfoot and prove once and for all that the fabled creature exists by killing one specimen – and providing a body of definitive scientific proof. The six-episode first season of premieres Saturday, February 4 at 10/9c on Destination America.

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    1. ^ what up with that ?
      Noone cares.

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    2. What is this? More liberal propaganda from the lame stream media? I'm not interested. Done.

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  2. Every organization who maintains secret libraries should be immediately hung for treason against humanity! ALL churches and religions are evil and their only purpose is to brainwash the stupid sheeple.
    The entire government are evil treasonous criminals! The day of the next false flag using the nuke the evil government stole in 2007 and blamed on Iran, America will be annihilated by Russia, China and the SCO. This is the war of Armageddon and you can know it is now because of Planet X and the toxic chemtrails that hide it every day globally for the past decade. Planet X will end the war when it rips the earth apart again but by then 90% of Americans will be dead already. All planned by your evil government and their evil alien masters!

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  3. They should walk a mile in the shoes of the Great field researcher known as Dr. Squatch! He produces quality evidence unlike most of the baffoons showcased on this blog! Keep up the great work Doc. Soon it will pay off.

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  4. The theory is that 40 mya new world monkeys (South America) split from old world monkeys (Africa) with the new world monkeys migrating into what is now South America. It is postulated that these new world monkeys rafted on vegetation or crossed a landbridge. Some theorists believe they rafted to North America first and then spread from there, however, there is no evidence for this. There may have been a landbridge or a series of islands across the Atlantic now covered by higher ocean levels. These islands could have acted as “stepping stones.” At present this is the favored theory. Further, the Atlantic we see today between South America and Africa was not as wide during the time of these migrations it is theorized.

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    1. I'm glad you brought this to our attention.

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  5. Don't know about squatches, but it looks like them boys have been capturing buckets of fried chicken, 3/4 pound burgers, and plates piled high with greasy ribs.

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  6. “AND THEN THEY REMEMBERED WHAT HAD BEEN SAID ABOUT THE EAST. This is when they remembered the instructions of their fathers. The ancient things received from their fathers were not lost. The tribes gave them their wives, becoming their fathers-in-law as they took wives. And there were three of them who said, as they were about to go away: "We are going to the east, where our fathers came from," they said, then they followed their road. The three of them were representative sons: Cocaib was the name of the son of Jaguar Quitze who represented all the Cauecs.*(447) Coacutec was the name of the son of Jaguar Night who served as the sole representative of the Greathouses. Coahau was the name of the only son of Mahucutah, representing the Lord Quiches. So these are the names of those who went across the sea. There were only three who went, but they had skill and knowledge. Their being was not quite that of mere humans. They advised all their brothers, elder and younger, who were left behind. They were glad to go: "We're not dying. We're coming back," they said when they went, yet it was these same three who went clear across the sea. And then they arrived in the east; they went there to receive lordship. Next comes the name of the lord with dominion over those of the east, where they arrived.”(p.107)

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    1. I KNEW IT! Thanks for confirming my suspicions.

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    2. Is that Clive Squashy talkin this sorta cool stuff?

      Uno who

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  7. The nice thing about Bigfoot shows on TV is that they don't ever have to actually show Bigfoot or even any evidence of Bigfoot. All you have to do is go somewhere outdoors and say things like, "this looks squatchy", "did you hear that," "I just seen something over yonder," and "lookit them tracks." And presto! You got yourself a bigfoot tv show.

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  8. Im proud that someone finally have the nerve to do this and what ever happened to mountain monsters did they get to close and the cia or some other government officials step in!they need to leave you guys alone!

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  9. I hope they kill a bigfoot and bring it in for science.

    I'd love to see the looks on the faces of the arrogant science jackasses who scoff at the existence of bigfoot.

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  10. A recent article on Nigerian place names found in India was published by Dr. R. Balakrishnan (2005 ). Dr. Balakrishnan found almost 500 Nigerian placenames, and 46 tribal names in Koraput, India; and 110 ethnonyms of Koyas in Nigeria. This led Dr. Balakrishnan (2005) to declare that :"However, the overwhelming evidence available from the toponymic corpuses of Koraput and Nigeria, and ethnonyms, surnames and personal names of Koyas seem more adequate to propose an African origin to the Koyas, the Dravidian speakers" (p.177).

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    1. But of course, how could it be otherwise?

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  11. Can hope it'll really be Killing Finding Bigfoot.

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