Friday, May 26, 2017

This Bigfoot Video Fooled Everyone!


The Snow Walker bigfoot footage was one of the most impressive bigfoot videos to ever come out. The only problem with it, is that it turned out to be a hoax. Nearly everyone was fooled by it at the time.

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  1. Any and Every bigfoot video anyone has accepted as real has fooled them.

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  2. I think a real bigfoot would have gone up there fast on all fours xx

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  3. So this video plays music over footage? And this is a proven hoax. I mean if you would show the filter saying so or maybe some sort of undercover work? This is just someone's opinion. And opinions are like assholes, everyone has one! They say it turned out to be a hoax yet they don't show the reasoning behind the claim. ???????

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  4. It didn't fool me. I knew it was another BS hoax the first time I saw it.

    Do you want to know how I knew it was a hoax?

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  5. Sadly,and to the despair of bleevers,they are ALL hoaxes...every single one of them.

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  6. There you have it folks, proof that monastery music is hoaxed by non catholic people who like to hum the words, "DEEEE-de-de_DE-DEEEEEEE. Other than that, this is a cut and paste video of the original footage with several people who had given opinions.

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  7. This just in: Nurse Squat has released another version of this video. According to Squat, he was hiding in the bushes as this hominid scaled the hillside. Squats video and accompanying pictures clearly show numerous cryptids throughout this entire hillside. What may look like rocks and mounds of snow to the untrained eye becomes clear once Squat blurs them out and draws beady eyes and smiley faces on each rock, er, uh, I mean; creature.

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  8. who thought this was a bigfoot creature? who were these people who were fooled?

    Its clearly aman in a suit struggling to walk in thick snow. If this was a creature ,in its natural habitat, it would have starved to death in its first winter

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