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Any pictures of Sasquatch?
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Jan 28, 2013 10:34:22   #
otto0713
 
It seems that one of the most illusive cryptozoological animals remains camera-shy and even the BFRO, (Bigfoot Research Organization) has trail camera failures when "on the hunt." Its always is the same old story of battery drain or power loss. This is similar to what happens to cameras when trying to take a picture of ghosts. Whats up with that?

As to Sasquatch, it would be great to see any one's photos of this hide-n-seek prankster who loves throwing rocks, rapping on trees and howling bizarre tunes at the wee hours in the the morning in some sort of communicating ritual that has scared the crap out of many so-called investigators in the field.

I personally believe that this anomaly actually does "exist", but only as a phenomenon rather than a real living physical blood and bones entity. It seems as if "it" can assume physical characteristics at will and disappear when necessary to avoid human contact. What say you?
Easy to hide in Northern Wisconsin foliage

 
Jan 28, 2013 11:06:53   #
Bmac
 
I say it's probably fun to believe that such creatures actually exist and I have no problem at all with anyone who wishes to. Personally, I think it's all baloney. :D
Jan 28, 2013 11:17:18   #
nivek340
 
otto0713 wrote:
It seems that one of the most illusive cryptozoological animals remains camera-shy and even the BFRO, (Bigfoot Research Organization) has trail camera failures when "on the hunt." Its always is the same old story of battery drain or power loss. This is similar to what happens to cameras when trying to take a picture of ghosts. Whats up with that?

As to Sasquatch, it would be great to see any one's photos of this hide-n-seek prankster who loves throwing rocks, rapping on trees and howling bizarre tunes at the wee hours in the the morning in some sort of communicating ritual that has scared the crap out of many so-called investigators in the field.

I personally believe that this anomaly actually does "exist", but only as a phenomenon rather than a real living physical blood and bones entity. It seems as if "it" can assume physical characteristics at will and disappear when necessary to avoid human contact. What say you?
It seems that one of the most illusive cryptozoolo... (show quote)


There's really only one. He's like Santa. If you got some cookies and milk it'll be eaten by morning. I love cookies.
There only one that's why it's called big foot, not big feet.
I'd love to be able get one with my camera, but it would be crappy too, because I'd do something in my pants if I saw emm Really crappy. That's what I'd film, so to prove it was scared out of me.
Jan 28, 2013 14:21:10   #
tramsey (a regular here)
 
A few years ago in Oregon, two guys were hunting and took a video of what they thought was a Sasquatch. It became know as the Patterson files. Eventually they turned the film over to some scientists for analysis. They couldn't prove or disprove the authenticity. I googled Sasquatch and found some interesting stories. I think that's what it all is, stories. Somebodies idea of a bogeyman. The same as the Loch Ness monster and many other monster sightings. They have fun looking and selling their almost findings to be aired on television.
Jan 28, 2013 15:31:33   #
nivek340
 
I want to go look for some. At least for the adventure.
By no means make it life time of work, sorry got other things to do. Like take the kids to the zoo. This way we get to rattle the cages instead of wildlife rattling mine.
They must have the biggest ones in Texas.
Jan 28, 2013 15:56:40   #
larrywilk
 
otto0713 wrote:
It seems that one of the most illusive cryptozoological animals remains camera-shy and even the BFRO, (Bigfoot Research Organization) has trail camera failures when "on the hunt." Its always is the same old story of battery drain or power loss. This is similar to what happens to cameras when trying to take a picture of ghosts. Whats up with that?

As to Sasquatch, it would be great to see any one's photos of this hide-n-seek prankster who loves throwing rocks, rapping on trees and howling bizarre tunes at the wee hours in the the morning in some sort of communicating ritual that has scared the crap out of many so-called investigators in the field.



I personally believe that this anomaly actually does "exist", but only as a phenomenon rather than a real living physical blood and bones entity. It seems as if "it" can assume physical characteristics at will and disappear when necessary to avoid human contact. What say you?
It seems that one of the most illusive cryptozoolo... (show quote)


My wife claimed to have taken a picture of him...turns out it was me coming home after a rough night!
 
Jan 28, 2013 20:10:57   #
SpeedyWilson
 
Here are 10 of the "best" Sasquatch films:

http://www.foxnews.com/science/2013/01/28/proof-bigfootgroup-releases-top-10-filmed-encounters/
Jan 28, 2013 21:28:11   #
Bruce with a Canon
 
Big Foots exist, I was married to the daughter of one.
Wife 1.0 is proof
Jan 28, 2013 23:19:00   #
Pixelpixie88
 
Imagine my surprise after pulling the card out of my game camera..coming home and putting it into the computer....yikes! To this day no one will "fess up". I will tell you that this place is really out in the middle of nowhere. Just maybe...you don't suppose....???
My Sasquatch

Jan 29, 2013 00:01:43   #
nivek340
 
They do a lot of sit ups.
Jan 29, 2013 05:45:02   #
auclair784
 
I find it amazing that not one of those people could focus a camera!
 
Jan 29, 2013 06:35:37   #
rwill19050
 
Bruce with a Canon wrote:
Big Foots exist, I was married to the daughter of one.
Wife 1.0 is proof


Bruce, are you out of intensive care yet :mrgreen:
Jan 29, 2013 07:42:13   #
4dogsken
 
Pixelpixie88 wrote:
Imagine my surprise after pulling the card out of my game camera..coming home and putting it into the computer....yikes! To this day no one will "fess up". I will tell you that this place is really out in the middle of nowhere. Just maybe...you don't suppose....???


Who you trying to kid? That's just a sasquatch in a gorilla costume!
Jan 29, 2013 08:16:23   #
workhorse
 
Bruce with a Canon wrote:
Big Foots exist, I was married to the daughter of one.
Wife 1.0 is proof


I was married to her sister, traded her in for a littlefoot.
Jan 29, 2013 08:48:53   #
Sendai5355
 
nivek340 wrote:
I want to go look for some. At least for the adventure.
By no means make it life time of work, sorry got other things to do. Like take the kids to the zoo. This way we get to rattle the cages instead of wildlife rattling mine.
They must have the biggest ones in Texas.


Only chupacabras down here, but they are huge.
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