Sunday, April 8, 2018

Mount St. Helens Bigfoot Cover Up


From the fine folks over at Sasquatch Central:

Some the sasquatch that lived around Mount St. Helens might have may have been killed in the 1980 eruption, and their bodies removed by the government. Witnesses were told to say nothing about what they had seen that day.

25 comments:

  1. Yet no evidence to support this story.

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    1. No, just 15,000 years of evidence based linguistic transfer rallied down generationally though native denizens of North America and supported by peer reviewed scientific data and comparable supportive evidence backed by groundbreaking experts in numerous respective disciplines.

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    2. ^ complete gibberish

      seems consistent with Ikkyspeech

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    3. 5:35 - that argument is still not convincing even after it's been said a hundred times here.

      Need...a...body.

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    4. Sounds more like a parrot every time I hear it.

      "Bwawk! Peer reviewed! Peer reviewed! Ikky wanna cracker! Peer reviewed!"

      Means about the same, too.

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    5. Ummm, a body will be swiftly sourced pending the moment a well funded, open-ended expedition is summarily financed with the appropriate adjuncts operating at a supportive level.

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    6. ^ more gibberish

      definitely IkJoe speak

      what a buffoon

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    7. Pull the other one.

      Nothing but excuses and special pleading.

      They say that about every well funded, open-ended expedition summarily financed with the appropriate adjuncts operating at a supportive level. "If only blah blah blah we'd have bigfoot proof."

      Plenty of expeditions have been mounted to look for bigfoot. And they've all been nothing but a waste of time and money.

      And still there's no proof of bigfoot.

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    8. ^ so what are you doing here other than wasting your time and energy on a site about a subject you do not believe in ?
      you sir are the definition of a tosser
      cheers

      Joe

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    9. No more a waste of time than watching any other clown show. And more entertaining.

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    10. Yet Stuey can’t name one single expedition. Was has happened, is plenty of evidence regardless. By Stuey’s “logic”, it must mean Bigfoot doesn’t exist.

      Stuey is here because he’s been mentally scarred after his playground was taken and quest for self-esteem backfired... and he needs to get even.

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    11. If a cohesive and decisively non-fractured expeditionary venture is devised and executed using strict scientific protocol, sourceable hominids will be under measured scrutiny and, while a situational awareness in said hominids may moderate endeavors to apprehend members of their population, a formal organized strategy to collect corpus affirmation may heighten probability of a desired outcome on the part of the exploration alliance.

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    12. And whilst you were typing that... Still no expedition occurred.

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    13. Yes, whilst I was typing the aforementioned comment, as you referenced or denoted a previous comment attributed by me specifically at 10:54 AM, a pre-noon specification, at least as designated by the blog's time zone which implicitly varies depending on the blog reader's region at any given time. What significance the time framed by my keyboard activity has to expeditionary endeavors was not covered or implied within the body of your text, as it relates to what I had published.

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    14. You’re coming across increasingly unhinged. Have a break. Go hunt some turkeys or something.

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    15. ikky is arguing with himself...... again.

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  2. More people believe in aliens and ghosts than bigfoot and no one apparently has a body.

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    1. thass coz gummint has a conspuressy doncha know dat

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    2. ^ Caput tuum in ano est ex impetro vestri..

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    3. ^ ils tete est tout de merde

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  3. Everyone knows that a government truck pulled up at Mt. Saint Helens and hauled away numerous bigfoot carcasses following the 1980 eruption. The dead bigfoot that were killed that day were taken to an undisclosed location never to be seen again. Many were severely burned. Fact.

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    1. Everyone knows it? Really? 'Cause I know dozens of people who know no such thing.

      If you lied about everyone knowing it, maybe you lied about the entire incident.

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    2. You must have been hiding under a rock. Everyone who is anybody knows it.

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