Sunday, March 5, 2017

Close Encounter With Bigfoot In Honobia, Oklahoma


Researcher talks about his close encounter with bigfoot in SE Oklahoma.

24 comments:

  1. I'm always suspicious of stories such as this. First of all you have a subject who is already inclined to believe. Who is to say that this "host" didn't set things up in advance. He could have had people staged providing the "eyeshine" with some mechanical or luminescent material. Everything in this story could have been done by people. By using the power of suggestion especially at night a willing subject could believe all sorts of things.

    Added to this is the local residents promote Bigfoot as an economical booster. If they are as regularly seen as reported I would think the local residents would try and capture one to provide a REAL boost to their local economy.

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    1. You don't believe any of the eye witness encounters so whats the difference? No need to be so wordy.

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    2. What's not to believe? Here is a 27 year old unemployed male with lots of tattoos who still lives in his bedroom in his mom and dad's house. Just as soon as he lands one of those $30/hr jobs for the untrained and unskilled that Trump promised him, he can head out on his own.

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    3. Why don't go fetch Biscuit a Snapple. That's all you were good for anyway.

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    4. What you say is true but I do differentiate between the eyewitness accounts. There are those that have a one time fleeting glimpse of something they interpreted as a Bigfoot of which I can sympathize to a certain extent. Then there are those who claim they see them on a regular basis and communicate with them. I believe it's called Bigfoot habituation. It's my opinion that these people are either lying or delusional. They speak of constant close contact however never offer up the evidence that could prove to the world Bigfoot exists and make them very wealthy in the process.

      Yes I realize believers do not like long winded explanations. ;)

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    5. When I was a kid, I spent summers in the country. The closest gas station was an old Texaco station that also had a small grass airstrip next to it. It was one of the old stations with service bays (now closed) and a small office with a large window. The place was filled with piles of old, yellowed Bible brochures.

      I made the mistake of mentioning UFOs. This was in 1973, when there were many local sightings.

      Yep. He had seen them. Apparently they used his grass landing strip as a base. I started hating going for gas. Every time I went back, he told me that they visited him again last night.

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    6. Not so much an explanation Curious, but a way to make yourself feel better ;)

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    7. His name was Mannen Warrington. When spoken, his name sounded like, "Ma name." He used to always tell about when someone in the military asked him his name. He would say, Manaen. They would say, yes -- what is your name.

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    8. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ... Sleeping? Ohhh no no no Haints, I was only resting my eyes.

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    10. Scientists on many occasions believe in what they are studying to be fruitful prior to results, hence the effort. Does that make then any less credible? The idea that someone should be less credible because they have a preconceived belief is difficult to swallow, because it assumes that people are wrong for looking at the subject's evidence and making an informed conclusion, and is in fact narcissistic to your own preconceived agenda.

      The psychological aspects of people who claim to have researched and now don't believe and spend a lot of their time on Bigfoot blogs claiming they don't, is just as fascinating to me. When you put into perspective that the only thing separating our scenarios, Curious, is one single dubious claim (that you "no longer believe"), it certainly makes you think.

      "Haints", who thinks he's a comedian, is just angry at everyone else because he got duped by Biscardi, which is glorious perspective.

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    11. Story/stories are so lame. Even if this weirdo was attached to a lie detector machine I still would call Bull-Shit! A story is just that a STORY!

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    12. That wasn't my point. He could be lying, do I really care? No. but the reasons put forward to dismiss his claims aren't logical. End of.

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  2. At some time I went to some place with some guy and I saw some stuff. Iktomi believes it was Sasquatch. If you don't you are a hater and a troll.

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    1. ^ Its so crazy isn't it?

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    2. No... You're a hater because you can't go 24 hours without referring to me in some derogatory light, multiple times a day. Let's have a little self-awareness now, "Haints".

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  3. Travis, your mom and I have already asked you to stop spanking your monkey in the shower. We had to call the plumber again, and it is getting embarrassing.

    Your mom really wants to use your bedroom for her sewing and crafts. We know you are working hard at your job at Burger King, but we don't think your plans to get rich from finding Bigfoot are realistic.

    We both love you and want you to succeed, but please -- no more splooge in the shower.

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    1. ^ Micky Dee's ,,got Shit canned from burger king!

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    2. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

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    3. You'll have to forgive Haints. He thinks he's a funny comedian but his last attempt got him laughed off the stage at his local pub where the audience is all 70+ . He's a very bitter melon who goes on sites like this to spread his toxic spew of tidbits no one else really cares about

      Joe

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