Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Comparing the Prince Edward Island and Jumping Russian Yeti Videos


Bigfoot Tony compares the Prince Edward Island bigfoot video to the Russian jumping yeti video, after viewers pointed out that some of the movements are very similar.

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    1. The Prince Edward Island footage is more hoaxed bigfoot BS.

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  2. Jumping Russian Yeti....This is Iktomi's

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  3. Too easy to compare. They are both fake!!

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    1. All the guys that filmed the prince Edward island vid had to do was film a Compairison with a Human running the same clip!!

      FAKE

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    2. The subject in the Prince Edward Island footage negotiates the tall grass with far more ease than the person running towards the camera, WHILST quadrupedal. You don't really need a comparison, it's their for you to see, dum-dumz. People who don't have a predisposition to proving footage of an alleged "Bigfoot" don't naturally think to make a comparison as soon as the footage is captured. And quite frankly would be excused in getting the hell out of their ASAP.

      Troll on.

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  4. I read that the "leaping yeti" was later revealed to be a Russian acrobat in a costume. I read it on a Russian website (via translation software).

    Unlike many parts of the world, Russian laws require that anything on the internet in Russia must be truthful and accurate. Ergo, the leaping yeti was a Russian acrobat in a costume.

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    1. I must confess that when i read bigfoot evidence, i fidget with a folding knife flipper. And when i get to comments left by Joe, i push the tip of the knife up under my left thumbnail into the meat. Just enough so that a little blood comes out that can easily be licked away. Sometimes when he posts frequently, i cut myself a little too deep.

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    2. ^ Then you stroke one out.

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    3. @7:11 Do you really want to take it that kind of Joetomi psych level?

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    4. You read nothing of the sort, crazy little man. But it's fitting you had to compare its motion to that of an acrobat to try and explain it away. Unfortunately an acrobat would break his/her wrists landing in quadrupedal motion in that terrain.

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    5. ^ very bitter man when rattled...which is often

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  5. I read that the subject in the Patterson-Gimlin hoax was a man named Bob wearing a cheap monkey suit.

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    1. ^ that has been debunked a long time ago....cement heads wishfull thinking!

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