Bigfoot Tears Through Homestead in Montana


Several bigfoot encounter stories from the state of Montana, brought to you by Searching For Sasquatch Org on youtube.

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  1. Ok, let me help you Stu/Ed/Rum/Dave/Sid
    Dr. Mireya Mayor is coming !
    Mireya's coming , hide your Blevin's onesie !
    Mireya'S coming ,hide your tpstone mask
    Mireya's coming with the evidence
    so you can run but you can't hide
    because the truth shall set us free
    and bigfoot will cease to be a myth
    and become Re-al-it-ty !
    Mireya's coming, have you heard?
    cheers

    Joe

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    1. I’m glad you enjoyed it mate ! Would you fancy hearing about the sexy bloke who tore through my arse hole last e’en ?
      cheers

      Joe

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    2. I've heard that one before except it was Brian Sykes instead of Mireya Mayor.

      The results will be the same tho. Oops.

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    3. Did Sykes get a thermal video which another primatologist comment abut it having ape like mannerisms ? No , so shut your gob !
      You are just angry that the first step to the truth is starting to become reality and your delusion f bigfoot being just a myth is crumbling right before your bloody eyes !
      How does it feel to be one step away from defeat ? Just like the kiwis at the cricket world cup ! ha !
      cheers

      Joe

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    4. Yes, Joetomi is quite correct! A thermal video showing a bright blob in the distance is certainly better evidence than a stupid DNA sample. They should use thermal videos in courts of law rather than silly, unreliable DNA.

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    5. Bigfoot DNA is human, Rummy Boy. It’s been done. And thought thermal blob isn’t proof by any shot, you have another primatologist who has got into this subject and ended up positive about its authenticity.

      That’s good enough for me!

      ; )

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    6. Gosh......that's saying a lot - LOL.

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    7. i dunno 12:34- a hit n the thermal you call a blob that is massive (too massive for a human) walking upright displaying primate behavior and having another primatologist agree with that -sounds like sane observation from an expert and In science, observation can also involve the perception and recording of data via the use of scientific instruments. The term may also refer to any data collected during the scientific activity. check mate bro !
      cheers

      Joe

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  2. This "Montana" story sounds like yet another entirely unsubstantiated made up bigfoot BS story.

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    1. Yes but unsubstantiated made up stories are more fun because you don't have worry about proving anything. Besides - gullible people love them!

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    2. It’s fortunate that people who enjoy these “stories” have 80 years of physical evidence to point to so as to.

      It’s the amazing hoaxing conspiracy I’m now interested in piecing together. Hopefully with your help Rum. Weren’t we at 100 hoaxers US-wide for all sightings and physical evidence, the last time you ad hoc’d it to death?

      Ha ha ha!!

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    3. Can't speak for this "Rum" but I would agree there must be at LEAST hundreds of hoaxers and countless people who either lie or misinterpreted what they saw. So 80 YEARS of physical evidence and what is there to show for it? So where can I go to see the REAL evidence - you know....the biological stuff like a body?

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    4. “Refresh, refresh, refresh...” anyone would think you’re a little bit lonely. HAAAA!!! So it’s gone from a 100 hoaxers to “hundreds of hoaxers & countless others lying or misinterpreted.”

      Since all these hoaxers and liars are all accountable for wearing gorilla costumes up and down the US and Canada, and as easy as you claim it should be to shoot a Bigfoot, why aren’t more hoaxers in costumes turning up shot by hunters? Why aren’t people reporting these hoaxers in the act of hoaxing, these people should be everywhere? So why can’t the average human in a gorilla costume be shot & killed by a hunter? There’s loads of them in the woods hoaxing people... isn’t there?? 250 sightings a year!

      Remember Rum... This theory is absolute. Where hoaxing can still occur and legitimate evidence still surface (as in any field), there is lea-way. But for everything to be down to the alleged lies and misinterpretation of every individual involved, there can be no lea-way. Every report and every case of evidence must have a logical basis for it to apply to this theory, which encompasses every pillar of modern society and every different type of circumstance whereby evidence was come across and subsequently documented. Therefore simple lying & misinterpretation across the board is impossible and special pleads away reliable sources who at the least would fall under the bracket of being hoaxed. But THEN you would need to demonstrate HOW these people were hoaxed... which has proven to be impossible for even people ten times cleverer than you.

      Conspiracy theories like you are nothing but the poor victims of control deprivation, clinging to conspiracy as the last defence against a world that appears to have been harsh on you.

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  3. I saw the first Expedition Bigfoot episode. That red blob could have been a person. It was an indistinguishable red blob. This type of evidence only convinces those who already believe sasquatches exist.

    The "other primatologist" on the show looked and sounded like he was paid to make some positive sounding comments about the red blob.

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    1. Aaaaaaaaargh! So after you touted the “world renown primatologist” as someone who was going to find nothing... Now that she has cast a positive opinion on what she documented (bearing in mind she would have been able to account for her surroundings and film crew), she “already believed Sasquatch exists and others had been paid”. Ha ha ha!! Imagine my shock?

      Desperate, rhetorical, circular logic.

      You ended up with egg in your chops because you shouldn’t have piped up in the first place. Is there anything you’ve got right in over ten years?

      See ya tomorrow Rum. I’ll come and make some fun of you some more.

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    2. I will bet you $100,000 that the Expedition Bigfoot team won't prove the existence of sasquatches by the time that the show is over.

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    3. Common sense tells you the primatologist will show some positivity so the show will go on and the money keeps rolling in.

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    4. Can anyone explain to me what Joetomi is rambling on about? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Anyone? I know he thinks I'm someone else but most of what he says doesn't make sense to me.

      I would like to get in on that bet Anon: 5:19 but I can't find anyone stupid enough to bet me. Even Las Vegas won't put odds on that one. I would be willing to bet they don't find one ever.

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    6. PWAAHHH!! And how would I claim this $100,000 Rum?! Nobody is expecting anyone to prove anything here boyo. You’re trying to set up a strawman that nobody is aspiring to. Like I said just the other day. Very few scientists get into this without deducing there is something to it. And I’m satisfied already. They could go on and find no further evidence at all after this point. I couldn’t care.

      And what’s this? Another contradiction. I thought every scientist on the planet laughed at this subject? I thought they all found the subject ridiculous? When you’re not embarrassing yourself with logical fallacies kids wouldn’t use, you’re trying to have it both ways. No, common sense would tell you that it takes a very brave primatologist to go on TV and stick their necks out to express enthusiasm about Bigfoot’s existence.

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