Saturday, March 24, 2018

Washington Hiker Has Bigfoot Encounter


A hiker in Washington is claiming to have had a bigfoot encounter. Washington state is certainly a great place to have one.

Wash. — A hiker in northeastern Washington state claims he had an encounter with a ‘Bigfoot’ creature.

The man, whose name was not released, said he was with four other people at Colville National Forest when the biped showed up during daytime.

“We were heading North. We had just encountered a field, it was surrounded by woods,” he told the BFRO about the Oct. 13, 2017 encounter. “There was this tree in the middle of the field. As I approached it, I heard some noise.”

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5 comments:

  1. Yo G, a few posts ago you said that you wish stuey wasn't posting anymore so you can get back to real bigfoot talk. Why don't you just ignore him and talk about the subject? Clearly you love arguing with stuey and he gives you a sad purpose in life. You think standing up for your beloved bigfoot that it makes you a kind of hero to your other believers. It gives you a purpose that you can't find in real life. Prove me wrong and ignore stuey and just discuss the subject. I bet you can't. The main reason being that you can't have a discussion with your own sock puppet accounts.

    Dingo

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    1. And he begs for more....

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    2. Truth is that JoTomi can`t live without the abuse and hatred that he himself initiated on this blog - the bigfoot discussion is not of importance to him really - it is the hatred he exists on - that is the reality of the vile and abusive p.o.s of ikkyboy`s life.

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    3. ^ More reality in this post than found in any "bigfoot" report.

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    4. “Psychological projection is a theory in psychology in which humans defend themselves against their own unconscious impulses or qualities (both positive and negative) by denying their existence in themselves while attributing them to others.”

      Psychological Projection - Wikipedia

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