Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Bigfoot Encounter On The Pacific Coast Trail


Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization recounts a woman's bigfoot encounter where she came face to face with a sasquatch along the Pacific Coast Trail.

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  1. Mark Anders on Youtube did a bunch of stories on the Pacific Crest Trail. Its not the Pacific "Coast" Trail. Its Crest, as in Mountain Crest or Crest toothpaste.

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    1. ^ Brainless sheep getting her facts from Mark Anders? Bet you believe Anders filmed a real Bigfoot too.

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    2. ^ A fact is a fact, weaseld1ck. So, the sky isn't blue because Mark Anders says it is?

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  2. What's this? Some kind of video by the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization where they can't even get the name of the place correct where they are hiking? Isn't that Kelly Shaw's group? Well, at least this one is only 12 minutes long (thank God). Even so ........

    Not interested. Done.

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    1. Kelly Shaw does not seem to have much talent or brains.

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    2. ^ Steven Stupidtard the moldy willow creek bookstore owner favorite pass time trolling BFE blog when he isn't using Bluff Creek Scam Project donations for gas money to plant fake Bigfoot evidence.

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    3. DEBUNKING THE COALITION

      The Coalition is a group started in 2011 for the purpose of moling and trolling the Facebook. Bigfoot Community. They hide behind the Bluff Creek Conspiracy, which has some merit if they weren't involved in their troll conspiracy.

      Debunking their claims:

      They claim they identified a Humbolt Pine martin, an endangered species by trail camera. First failure is that there is no DNA confirmation of the species. The second fail is the Humboldt Pine Martin is listed as Of Concern, not endangered by the government. It's a manipulation of data to enhance the project.

      They claim they found the historical PGF site, but offer no confirmable proof. We are supposed to take their word for it. No evidence, no confirmation. Also this does nothing to advance Bigfoot Research since theres been no activity out of there, if it is there, in several decades. It's another attempt to enhance reputation.

      They claim they outed SOHA from Matthew Johnson. What they actually did was cyberstalk and troll him for two years, and then conspire to commit a hoax at SOHA. There was a plan to discredit the Olympic Project in the mix as well. The geologist, the one actual scientist in the Bluff Creek Consipracy has had issues with the Olympic Project and saw a chance to discredit them. That and one of the Coalition admins is the actual SOHA hoaxer.

      They also pick on a sixteen year old Austrailian kid over a cougar track. That's pretty lame.

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    4. Why do you say that? How would you know who posted that?

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  3. Provide a bigfoot specimen or shadap!

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  4. https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=166144630563369&id=116241228887043

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    1. What does a squabble over some art have to do with that Coalition group?

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    2. It shows their nature. Scammers.And the like. They are not what they want you to see.

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    3. Really? I looked at your thing, and it has two people arguing in it. That group has something like 3,300 members. I don't see how they are the same.

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    4. Sad ruse. The group uses others and throws them aside when they aren't needed anymore. Dour better buggy.

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    5. How is a facebook group a ruse? what does it have to do with some art thing? i don't get it.

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  5. This is how it is done. Great video from a hotspot accompanied by a relevant sighting report. No blue bags, no dogman, no turd analysis and no little twig constructions. Just the real deal from the real place by real folks. Great camera too.

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    1. ^Kelly Shaw giving his own review. Sad.

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    2. Bug eyed troll running interference for randy over his theft victim. Very sad.

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    3. I don't understand. How do you guys know who is saying what anyway?

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    4. It was on Facebook. Randy Flipovic ripped off Rictor Riolo. And Rictor isnt the first one hes stolen art work from.

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  6. Just the other day gollum posted the stolen image insulting his friend and defaming the Thule River Tribe. Truly the trolition is a den of scum.

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  7. What are you talking about? I'm in that group and I saw nothing like that.

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  8. I think you mean these folks:

    http://www.tulerivertribe-nsn.gov/

    No one defamed them in the group. Rictor made an image from Randy's idea and some traditional Native pictures of various sources. That deal was between them and had nothing to do with the Coalition group. I think the idea of the image was to honor Native sources of the culture of Sasquatch. Randy paid Rictor to make the image, and now they have some disagreement over usage rights. That's between the two of them, not a matter for Facebook groups or blog comments. It's none of your business, so why do you care?

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  9. An artist was ripped off by a scumbag member of that group. The owner of the group posted the image in disrespect to the Thule River Tribe. Part of an ongoing pattern of bigotry towards the first nations. Lots of scum in that group.

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    1. think you're exaggerating. All I saw in there was a video called "Many Faces of Bigfoot" that had that image in it.
      The video was also posted here on Bigfoot Evidence.
      https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=jGQ9aouv3YY

      I didn't see any bigotry at all in that group.

      The only part of the image that is from the Thule tribe is the Hairy Man in the middle, which is in many Bigfoot books and on web sites.

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  10. The story is very simple. Just today in the bug eyed rabbithole on facebook, the thieving scumbag cursed the person he ripped off and Julie the donkey witch thumbed it up. The group endorses this scumbaggery.

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    1. It seems strange to me that for someone who says they hate this Facebook group so much, you sure spend a lot of time there. You even take note of who does "thumbs up" on things in there. I mean, wow, why don't you just not go there?

      I'm looking now and I don't see what you are talking about today.

      It seems to me that the real disrespect of the Tule River people is you using them to lie about a Facebook group you are mad at.

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    2. Your Xara is dripping oil. Get it checked

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