Saturday, May 6, 2017

Woman Gets Bluff Charged by Bigfoot in West Virginia


From Brenton Sawin Mysteries to Search:

Sue went hunting with her husband and had a Bigfoot watch and charge her. The Sasquatch watched for a few hours while she sat by herself getting a very eerie feeling. From tree knocks, breaks and things being thrown it matches the typical Bigfoot encounter. This is a very interesting story of how she was safe in the end so come hear and enjoy this episode.

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  1. It's cool if you post here as a fan of the Bigfoot horror genre, but when these sickos start posting here with fake footprint accounts and 50 year old Bigfoot hoaxes, it gets a little annoying. And I know Meldrum is making money off it but when you get his followers on here who have no scientific background but are throwing around a bunch of terms that they feel make themselves appear scientific, terms like dermal, morphology, plantar, occam's razor, etc... you just have to shake your head.

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    2. U r confused ikdummy. U r confusing DS with other people. It's that simple. It shows that you have a low IQ because you can not put together the simplest connections and limited yourself to only two possibilities. Stick with posting big impressive science words like morphology, dermal, plantar, entity, hominid, occam, circular, etc... to make yourself feel all science-like as you search for your ten foot tall hairy men.

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    3. Those words might be "big" and "impressive" to you. To adults, they're basic words that describe evidence, which is your biggest cause of tantrum. Science... So annoying. Don't worry... You have "ten foot tall apemen" to publish on every comment section to help. That'll do it.

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    4. And I pulled that comment down so as to not spam he place. Just think... How many times have I made you look like an idiot about this subject?

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    5. U make everyone look like an idiot when you pull down your own comments and accuse yourself of spamming.

      Good job, ikdummy.

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    6. Yeah... I can just imagine people rolling with laughter at the sight of it all. I wonder how they would have all managed having read you not knowing that bears didn't exist in the UK?

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    7. Ikdummy strikes again... never mentioned bears.

      Confused......again?

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    8. You know what I'm talking about.

      ; )

      Don't make me embarrass you now.

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    9. No wonder you struggle with words like morphology, dermal, plantar, entity, hominid, occam, circular, etc... Poor Jim Lahey, you think bears run wild in the UK!

      Those god damn 10 foot tall apemen!!

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    10. Poor ikdummy, confused as usual. Stick to copying and pasting things that were concocted from other people's minds...but throw in morphology in your own original garbled sentence every now and then, mr. science. LOL

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    11. It would be some mind to have concocted the same archaic foot & then have guessed where someone would be waking out of miles & miles of wilderness... In different continents... Eh?

      One heck of an imagination you've got there, does Winnie the Pooh roam wild in the UK as well?

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    12. Yes, one heck of an imagination. I'm nick, I'm Jim, I'm DS, I've said things about bears....stick to researching imaginary men from countries you've never stepped foot in. LOL

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    13. I don't have to...

      I can sit in front of the TV 4,000 miles away, communicate with people who have spent 20, 30, even 50 years in the American wilderness that you're too scared to venture and ask their educated opinions about these "imaginary men". I can sit 4,000 miles away in the garden with a cold beer and research the plethora of internet sources that provide sheer consistency to both eyewitness reports and repeatable scientific evidence that substantiates the idea of "imaginary men".

      I'll say it again... It must burn to know that someone 4,000 miles away can school you about what's in your own back yard. I'd be pretty upset if I were you too.

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  2. I agree.  Science is annoying.

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