Saturday, June 10, 2017

Woman Goes Crazy After Bigfoot Sighting


The Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization takes a look at a sighting that took place between the Grand Canyon and Flagstaff.

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    1. Who is this Stuey who's mentioned in virtually every comment?

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    2. ikstuey or Stuey refers to iktomi.

      He's the blog idiot.

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    3. Stuey is a phenomenon, just like Bigfoot.

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    4. Stew in your own stinking juices you perverts

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  2. What's this? Some kind of story about the Mogollon monster by the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization? Isn't that Kelly Shaw's group? Sure is a lot of detail for that distance....in that short amount of time...at that time of day. Of course Kelly buys into it but for the rest of us...

    Not interested. Done.

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    1. Give it a rest Richard.  It's still not funny.  Even after years of trying...

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    2. Ha ha ha ha ha ha ^..what do you know About "FUNNY" ??
      rope a dope!

      Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!!

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    3. I enough you're not it.

      HAHA LOL!

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    4. :'( oh no now im gonna get all Butthurt like (uno who)!

      HAAAAA HAAAAA HAAAA HAA LOL!!

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    5. Joe ^ in soppy-kunt mode

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  3. I live in flagstaff. There is no Bigfoot here and the area described is 50 miles from the Mugollon rim (pronounced muggy-own). The forest is dominated by ponderosa pines and they drop needles to snuff out competitors so it's not a lush forest. Also, there is next to no surface water anywhere in the area described. The Spanish explored the area in the 1600s and were amazed at the lack of water. Not a Bigfoot spot. The Mugollon monster is more likely to occur in eastern AZ along the Mogollon rim near New Mexico (the rim runs across almost all of AZ west to east and separates the desert lowlands from the plateau highlands). Those morons on Finding Bigfoot went looking on the rim by Payson AZ and kept calling the area "in the mountains). The rim is an escarpment not a cliff because the structure is the southern edge of the Colorado Plateau. No Bigfoot where this story takes place, not enough food and water sources!

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    1. How do you know there are no Bigfoot there, or anywhere for that matter?
      What proof do you have?

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    2. If he has zero proof, he would be neck and neck with you. You have ZERO proof.

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  4. Bigfoot are known to migrate long distances. It probably was passing through. Coconino county has the most reported sightings in the state according to the BFRO. Water may be scarce, but if elk and deer can find it (plenty of wildlife in a national park hence: a food source) a bigfoot could probably find it also.
    While its true that the plateau is not a mountain, there are mountains on the plateau and below it, just look at a state map.
    And it is prononced muggy-own or muggy-on. I dont know why this guy keeps pronouncing it as mongolian.

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