What Lessons Can We Learn From The Bigfoot Hoaxer Death In Montana?
The next time you're out in the woods and you see something that resembles a Bigfoot, would you shoot it? If you answered YES, then you may want to think about it first before pulling the trigger. Steven Streufert, founder of The Coalition for Reason, Science and Sanity in Bigfoot Research on Facebook posted the following response from a "non-Bigfooter" friend about the accident in Montana:
Responding to the recent death of a Bigfoot Hoaxer, an old non-Bigfooter friend of mine had this to say:
"They aren't killing cats by microwave so I see it as just slightly abnormal behavior which is the fucking with strangers' heads, ha ha! For that age, an often confusing time, time of onset of some viral diseases or schitzy..
So the next time you see a Bigfoot make sure you shoot him with a gun. Hmmm, some way to treat 'another species', just for the proof of it. Wrong. Triple Fail. It's like that 50s Sci Fi flick about the alien dude who looks just like a human, but his robot who comes out of his spaceship first gets nailed by military tommy guns. It's a moral tale type sci fi.
So the next time you are about to shoot a Bigfoot, think twice. That might be a hoaxer in a costume. Those in the Bigfoot community who advocate shoot first are Idiots. "This tragedy highlights the prevalence and danger of Bigfoot hoaxing". That's it in a nutshell. There is a religious studies/cultural anthro elements to the whole community, I'd say, but, this a sub culture microcosm. Sorry for his death no matter..."
You can visit Steven's blog at bigfootbooksblog.blogspot.com.