Classic Must See Bigfoot Documentary


One of the greatest bigfoot documentary shows of all time, In Search Of! Narrated by the great Leonard Nimoy. Everyone should see this one.

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  1. Classic must see bigfoot crap. Bigfoot doesn't exist and either should a documentary about it.

    Dingo

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    1. The video is 40 years old, so there may be new information.

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    2. Bigfoot exists, because too many people have seen it, and there is too much scientific evidence for it to not. Bigfoot documentaries exist, because the fact that hominins have existed into modern times is fascinating to a lot of people.

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    3. ^ hahahahahahahah ahahahahahahahahaha AAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

      gosh, you are funny.

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  2. This is when Mr Spock loses his logical ability as any normal human can work out that bigfoot is a figment of warp-minded and spaced-out people - now that is logic.

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    1. The imagination does not manifest in physical evidence that is peer reviewed. The many instances of multiple eyewitnesses at one time, some of which are police officers trained in observing detail, are enough to dismiss any such leap of faith.

      It is utterly illogical for anyone to claim that thousands of years of oral histories and anecdotes that are substantiated by 60 years of physical evidence in the present, is down to the imaginations of multiple cultures describing exactly the same characteristics and behaviour of these hominins.

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  3. Bigfoot are intelligent enough to elude humans.
    You could do this too. Oh wait, you couldn't and neither could sasquatches.

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    1. Primates are generally excellent at evading humans. However Sasquatch are not totally successful at eluding civilised humans, or we wouldn’t have 60 years of physical evkfelfe substantiating thousands of years of anecdotes.

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