posted on Aug, 30 2014 @ 01:18 PM
originally posted by: qmantoo
We assume that these beings are similar to us, which they may not be. Yes, they may have 2 legs and 2 arms but we dont know what their capabilities
We go out looking for them with IR cameras to try and catch images of them on the trails in the forest, yet we dont know if they can see into the IR
spectrum. If they can, it is like asking them to come into a spotlight of IR light to be photographed. How ridiculous is that? Maybe this is why we
have not trail cameras which have caught them on film?
The programs I have seen about Bigfoot have been a camera crew and a few folks going out for a couple of days, but I feel that a serious search for
Bigfoot will need to spend at least a week in the woods waiting and watching quietly like you would with a wild animal which had not been
photographed. In my opinion most people have been searching for a quick-solution and have not thrown enough time and money at the problem to find a
Like Jane Goodall and gorillas, with a good tracker and enough time we should be able to get the required photographs of them.
I joined the
forum because of this post.
And the majority, if not all of the researchers, are out in the forests making all sorts of noise, knocking on trees and making calls. BF is probably
standing out behind a tree rolling his eyes!!
I think people just need to sit quietly someplace for weeks at a time, being very calm and mellow.
Nobody has to convince me they are out there. I have spent a lot of time in the woods tromping around and unfortunately, or perhaps fortunately, I
have never seen one. I did have an experience last month in the Gifford Pinchot forest near Mt. St Helens. We, my husband and I, were walking along a
quite overgrown, seldom used trail heading to the Cowlitz River. Something was following us and watching us, we couldn't see anything, but we could
hear it. I know this sounds like nothing, but I had such a strong sense of pure fear, I can't even describe it.
I have a good friend who has been an avid hunter for over 50 years. We live in Washington State in the foothills of Mt. Rainier. He has seen a
Sasquatch and that confirms it for me.
I just hope one doesn't have to be killed to verify they are out there for people.
And I do think the Patterson film is the real deal.