Thursday, April 5, 2018

Bigfoot Researcher Needs Your Help


Bigfoot researcher Blayne Tyler needs your help! He's looking for a little financial support to help offset the cost of his research. Check out his video.

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  1. Blayne should ask Brenton Sawin for financial report. He's rolling in dough.

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    1. I have got a better idea. Since Blayne is quite late to this game, why doesn't he just ask the questions and I will tell him what the answers are. All questions have answers because this subject has already been studied ad nauseum. If he needs a body to prove that they are real to the government, he can just check one out with a small deposit, from the government. Then he can load it up and drive around the block, and stop at the same doors that he just came out of with his body on ice. Then he can rush in and tell everyone there that he has a Bigfoot body, and he wants them to see it so that they can tell the world that Bigfoot is real. And then Blayne becomes rich and famous beyond his wildest dreams. Which is really what Blayne was after in the first place, since he is no more a Bigfoot researcher than Donald Trump.

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    2. You sound like a real idiot that thinks he has insider government information.

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  2. What data is he collecting? What does his dataset look like? Is he going to make his data public? Why should he be characterized as a "researcher" rather than a mere "adventurer"?

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  3. This feeble story reminds me of William Barnes and the Falcon Project in 2010, who had an advertised plan that centered around a powered dual balloon with cameras hanging beneath. Then he added several teams of boots on the ground teams, that people were climbing all over each other to be part of the research team. Frank got $200,000 from a gofundme, and purchased a couple of thermals, and sent the teams out in the field. Barne's unadvertised was to steal the money since he then left town with the remaining $195,000 and spent a couple of years in presumably Mexico. The field teams pocketed the equipment and failed to bring that up to the donors who wanted their money back. Incredibly, Frank Barnes resurfaced in 2016 and blamed everyone else for deserting him, while he attempted to do something similar as a gofundme for $65,000, apparently believing that his victims had forgot all about him. Needless to say, he failed the second time.

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