Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Mystery Bigfoot Photos Found In Grandfather's Belongings


A man claims to have found some mysterious photographs of what appear to be bigfoot in them. The man says he found the photos in his deceased grandfather's belongings. Too good to sound true? Probably so.

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    1. https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/sunearth/news/mag-portals.html

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    2. Awesome I wonder if NASA know bigfoots have already perfected the technology?

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    3. Jesus joe.....

      I really did send you off the deep end. You have not posted like this in months.

      Just wait for my next surprise. Graphic murders are easy. It will get worse.

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    4. The only emotion you command is pity... Oh what will I ever do?

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    5. Im gonna Joerg your face so hard your gonna wish you had never been born. Its gonna be an epic creampie

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    6. @ 1:38 we know what you'll do ,you'll snivel cut&paste and moan like a weak prison bitch!
      nothing new folks.Joe F the guttless Punk!! HAAA HAAA HAAA LOL!!

      AC collins :-))

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    7. This is a picture of a guy in a coat holding a child by the hand - good God,do we have to suffer these ridiculous "bigfoot" pretences every day ?

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  2. That's obviously a moose holding a raccoon's hand

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  3. I think they're interesting photos.It makes me wonder if there are people out there with really good bigfoot photos that they've never showed anyone.Some where out there are some good photos xx

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  4. This whole story sounds like more made up bigfoot BS.

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    1. Strange that there don't appear to be any Bigfoot footprints left in the snow.

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  5. The most incredible Bigfoot story I ever heard was told to me by an old Native American rancher from Washington. Told me about how he was there when mount Saint Helens blew her top back in '80. He was camping in the Woods on the mountainside when she blew and he witnessed the carnage firsthand. Trees were crashing down, animals were scurrying every which way, and then he saw them: a tribe of Sasquatch. And that's the exact word he used: tribe. He explained to me how the Sasqui are a native tribe like the Iroquois or Apache, only 9 feet tall and covered in hair. But they remain one with Mother Earth, and so keep themselves hidden from the technological world of man. Well, this old rancher told me he seen about 25 or 30 of the foots come scrambling out from a crag in the mountainside, males and females, young and old, an entire extended clan. He could yell they were terrified by the eruption. The old rancher had climbed a tree to escape the cascade of molten lava that was coming down the mountain, burning and destroying everything in its path. Now, he told me that given their incredible strength and agility, the sasqui could have made it to the bottom of the mountain to safety's. But they would have been immediately seized by the government. He told me the Feds know of the suspected Sasqui in the northwest, so the mountain was crawling with MiB after the eruption. That was when he saw it. The eldest sasquagch of the tribe stepped forward. You could tell he was important. 12 feet tall and even more built than the others, he was covered in distinguished grayish white fur. He had an ornate necklace of seashells on. He carried a giant wooden staff. At the top of the staff was the enormous crystal skull of a Bigfoot. The elder raised the staff and cried out. The crystal skull glower, and a portal opened. The rancher realized this is why remains are never found: sasquatches use them in their interdimensional rituals. Apparently keeping a portal open takes enormous mental and physical effort. While the clan fled, the elder was crying out in pain. The lava washed over him, melting his body, but he remained steadfast until the last of his tribe was through. Then, he looked at the old rancher just before the last of the lava cascaded over him and smiled serenely. He projected his mind into the old rancher and said to remember what happened there. Then, like that, the squatch elder was gone.

    Shortly after that a chopper picked up the rancher. To this day the most amazing story I've ever heard.

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    1. Anon, There are a number of inconsistencies in this story.

      "The rancher climbed a tree to escape the cascade of molten lava that was coming down the mountain, burning and destroying everything in its path."

      If the lava burned and destroyed everything in its path, why didn't the tree the rancher climbed burn?

      Actually, it was not lava that killed most of the victims. For the most part, they were killed from asphyxiation from breathing in hot ashes and gasses. The ash and gasses travelled far faster than the mudslide and lava did. The landslide reached speeds of up to 155 miles per hour, but everything in its path was destroyed. Climbing a tree would not have helped.

      While it is possible that this rancher climed a tree, he would have been most likely killed from the superheated gasses and ash long before the mud flow and any lava reached him.

      There have been quite a few stories about Bigfoots and the Mt. St. Helens eruption; another alleged witness claimed that the US military evacuated and relocated the Bigfoots.

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