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On Coast to Coast right now, Big Foot caught!

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posted on Aug, 20 2005 @ 09:31 PM

Originally posted by groingrinder

If somebody was an evil, sadistic, money grubbing bastard they would probably keep it. If they were a kind and concerned child of God, they would probably let it go after it had been studied.

But do they let other people look at it, or make up the whole thing?

posted on Aug, 20 2005 @ 10:02 PM

Originally posted by groingrinder

Originally posted by Faust
I checked out some links and found this video. He describes how they'll catch it, fly it back to compound to take DNA from and then.....LET IT GO!

If you catch Bigfoot you KEEP it. The B.S. meter is peaked out.

If somebody was an evil, sadistic, money grubbing bastard they would probably keep it. If they were a kind and concerned child of God, they would probably let it go after it had been studied.

where else but ATS can you find a concerned child of god with the handle


a scientist would study it
an entrepreneur would profit from it
a stoner would let it go without doing either.......

from tom's site.....
Starting August 6th, 2005, you, the general public, the entire world, will be able to go on expedition with Tom Biscardi and his crew live, without ever leaving the comfort of your home.

The excursion will be covered LIVE seven days a week, 24 hours a day and will be distributed internationally via a broadband Internet stream. Select from different cameras and follow the team deep into Bigfoot territory.

The cost to follow the Finding Bigfoot World-Wide Web Excursion is $14.95 per week or $59.95 for a FULL PASS to the 90 day expedition. Please refer to our FAQ section for additional information.

man. titor and this guy have it all over me. I'm quitting my job, and I'm going to find a time travelling BF and trump them both

[edit on 20-8-2005 by syrinx high priest]

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 02:44 AM
I must say that the bigger enjoyment in Cryptozoology here is the fact that a mass majority of us AREN'T gulible in falling for bogus photos and videos. We all seem to be very sceptical here. We all want to believe in this find, but are intelligent enough to blast the fakers of this type of thing.

The KEY thing about all of this is how he said that they'll let Bigfoot go after they've finished with the DNA. WHY? The monkies in the zoo get much better medical attention, food, ..etc. than those in the wild. No natural predators in a closed environment. You'd be doing the Bigfoot a favor by putting it in a zoo. Also, the reports on how these 'doctors' are treating Bigfoots wounds? You don't send a Bigfoot or any animal into the wild wounded...

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 05:50 AM
How about for the sheer fact that this is an amazing discovery if it happened. It needs to be properly documented.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 08:44 AM
If anybody here plans to be a serious bigfoot researcher, do us all a favour: If you ever do find and capture a bigfoot, please Kill it immediately, on the spot. Yes I know this is inhumane, it is an animal, possibly an intelligent one, but it is what has to be done for the good of science. I want to see a real bigfoot proven before I die, and it won't happen until someone kills one. If we get a dead bigfoot on our hands, we don't have to worry about them getting finally captured but then bending their cage bars and escaping in the middle of the night, or using their magical bigfoot powers to disappear, or crazy doctors letting them go. Don't nurse it back to health, put it out of it's misery.

Now with that public service announcement out of the way, Monday is fast approaching. Sooner or later this guy has to either bring out the proof or make a mistake, and I am intently waiting for either to happen. I would really like to see this proven, but I'm not going to believe it until I see it, like most people here. I am getting tired of getting partially hyped-up for these hoaxes all the time

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 10:21 AM
I have to agree with Yarcofin there...the value to science of even a dead specimen would be amazing. If anyone captures a cryptozoological beast, bring it in dead or alive

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 10:38 AM
i must say that i agree completely with Yarcofin and djohnsto77. i see killing a bigfoot as the only way to completely prove its existance to others 100%, it wouldnt surprise me much to hear people claiming that its a man in a suit moving around. and we could also learn a lot just from studying the corpse; how it lived, and how its evolution differs from ours. and as Yarcofin said, it would completely prevent an escape

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 11:43 AM
There is only one tiny technicality. If Bigfoot is of the genus "Homo", like we are, then if you kill one you are technically committing Homocide...... murder. I doubt anybody would get prosecuted for this though, especially for the first one killed.

Also, if a Bigfoot is found... will it immediately be declared an endangered species? I wonder how many there actually are out there, if they exist. Must be pretty slim to have survived this long without being found.

I have a feeling that if a Bigfoot is proven scientifically, there are going to be big problems. So many people will become enthusiasts and set out to try and kill one of their own, probably bringing it to extinction in the same year we prove it. We as humans tend to break everything we touch

Edit: Another thought....... who would you take a bigfoot carcass to if you happened to obtain one? Or any other evidence of the cryptozoological/paranormal for that matter. Would you go get it on the news first, or who would be credible enough to hand it over to? Are there any scientists in your town that could deal with it? Would the government step in and confiscate it once they found out?

You kill a bigfoot. You take a few cheesy snapshots posing with it, and now it is in your trunk of your car, bleeding all over the place. Okay... now what do you do with it? XD. What would you guys do? I'd like to know what I should do in case I happen to stumble upon anything weird like this. Not necessarily a bigfoot, but anything weird and unidentifyable.

I have never heard any scientists/skeptics offer up a procedure that they would like followed for a situation like this. Don't forget that when the Duckbill Platypus was discoverd, everyone thought it was a hoax; like a duck's beak superglued onto a beaver's face or something. And that was when they had a dead specimen right in front of them.

Who ya gonna call?

[edit on 21-8-2005 by Yarcofin]

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 12:00 PM
thats a pretty good question. i would say call up your local news station first and report it. they'll know how to properly document it and stuff, and they could probly make it easier to get national notice quickly. but also they probly wouldnt have the immediate connections to confiscate it

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 12:27 PM
In a case like this:

You call the news the first thing they do is contact to authorities to see if this has been reported. Our media (in America) is looking for authoritative answers the common citizen can't provide. So I would not recommend an out of the blue call to any media unless you ask to speak to a specific reporter.

These people have a reputation at stake. They are not going out on a limb for John Q. Public without some authoritative backup.

If I found/killed/trapped and placed in my vehicle something unknown I would not notify Fish and Game or the police and would be relunctant to run to the media. You would get enough publicity parking at the nearest Wal-mart and putting up a sign, "Bigfoot for Sale!"

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 02:12 PM
If you're 100% sure that it ISN'T some dude in a gorilla fire. Scientists can always clone it to preserve it from extinction.

Now, prediction time: Let's see who can come up with the most likely excuse for there being NO Bigfoot on Monday. Let's see who can come the closest.

My prediction: They'll have photos and videos of a big guy with fur pain stakingly glued all over is entire body plus prostetics attached to his face to give him an ape-like look. That's the only evidence they'll have. BECAUSE, the two doctors fighting over will go over the top. One of them will release it, saying if he can't have full control and credit for it then NOBODY can.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 02:20 PM
Ah this just makes me sick. I was going to make a new thread but i opted out of it.

Check this out.

Three cameras are documenting the 90-day expedition around the clock. Viewers can watch at by paying $14.95 for seven days and $59.95 for all 90 days.

Ok nothing new... ahh just wait....

Biscardi said he needs the money to pay the $400,000 cost of his 16-member expedition.

Ooh just wait it gets better !

He said he already has more than 40,000 subscribers as distant as Ireland, Russia and Poland.

Look at the sheer amount of cash this guy is racking up ! My God !

Ill tell you what, your all in for a treat. I have proof that Elvis Presley is flying a UFO looking for bigfoot around stonehendge.

Join me on my expedition for only 7.95, yes thats right just a measly 7.95 a week.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 02:43 PM
Safe bet here:

The dueling doctors will not be in agreement on what treatment the poor creature needs and it will die. Their guilt, and predominant good characteristics, will overcome their feud. With some noble intent they will bury it in an unknown/unmarked area and be sworn to secrecy.

Their pictures, story, and video is all the world needs to see or know about their enlightening adventure.

Anyone who might want to learn of the possible location can pay $14.95 a week to be a sit at home partner in their next adventure in the same area.


[edit on 21-8-2005 by garyo1954]

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 02:56 PM

I got tabs on chucacraba and the all night sound network, including squeals, bumps, and strange noises. Everyone can listen in for just $4.95.

Video packaging costs extra and is available during daylight hours in some areas.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 03:22 PM

Originally posted by Dulcimer
I have proof that Elvis Presley is flying a UFO looking for bigfoot around stonehendge.

Actually, your information is close but wrong. ELVIS IS DEAD! HE HAS BEEN FOR QUITE SOMETIME! It's Bigfoot that's flying the UFO looking for the 'spirit' of Elvis at Stonehenge.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 04:17 PM
Death To Bigfoot!

Originally posted by Yarcofin
If anybody here plans to be a serious bigfoot researcher, do us all a favour: If you ever do find and capture a bigfoot, please Kill it immediately, on the spot.

Hear hear! It's for the good of science, after all.

I can see it now.... [dream sequence diddle-diddle-doots]

The Yarcofinator
A Short Feature by Majic®

Deep in the forest primaeval, the forest primaeval of old, of old, Bigfoot sits unconscious, tied to a folding chair. Yarcofin gently pistol whips him awake...

Yarcofin: Sorry I have to do this, but it's for the good of science.

Bigfoot: (slips hand out of rope bindings and rubs back of neck painfully) Wha? What? What the hell are you talking about?

Yarcofin: I can't allow you to escape.

Bigfoot: Hey, I'm not going anywhere, not after the way you coldcocked me like that. Geez, what was that, a baseball bat?

Yarcofin: Axe handle. Look, it's nothing personal, you just happen to be the first Bigfoot I've ever captured, and there's simply no way I'm going to let you go. Sorry. Not gonna happen, amigo. Dream on. Say your prayers. Prepare to join the choir invisible. Ticket punched. Chit yanked. Game canceled. Engagement disengaged. Bets off. Tent rolled. Stakes pulled. Visa revoked.

Yarcofin: (leans forward, hands on hips) BIGFOOT, I PWN U!

Bigfoot: Um, dude, I'm like totally not Bigfoot. I thought you would have figured that out already.

Yarcofin: Yeah, right. The old “you've got the wrong Bigfoot routine”. Nuh-uh. Fool me twice, shame on me.

Bigfoot: (turns to point finger at own back) Look, see the zipper? It's not even brown, it's silver (faces Yarcofin, sighs). Look, friend, I need to get this suit back by six o'clock or I'm out fifty bucks on the deposit. Can't we just forget this ever happened, already?

Yarcofin: I'm sorry, but not this time (lifts the pistol to Bigfoot's synthetic, ape-like face and cocks it with a loud, metallic double-click). There's no other way.

Yarcofin: Hasta la vista, Biggie. (pulls trigger)


Sounds good to me. You show that overgrown walking carpet who's boss, holmes.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 04:20 PM
Very good, Magic

I can see that scenario playing out on the 11pm news.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 06:20 PM
Nice Majik, Nice. I'm honoured; that's the first time anyone has written a feature-length story about me =). "BIGFOOT, I PWN YOU." Definately going to have to draw that one =).

I was thinking about this earlier today too, but yeah. It is pretty easy to tell someone in a suit from a real bigfoot I imagine. I was also thinking that signs and warnings be posted in the areas where people are searching for bigfoot, "Warning: Will shoot at large furry ape-like creatures. If you dress in a bigfoot suit in an attempt to play a prank, there is a good chance you will be shot and we will not be held liable." If someone wants to be a dick and dress up like a monkey to try and pull off yet ANOTHER hoax, I think they deserve to be shot, heh.

I bet it's happened before already... Heck, hunters shoot each other even when they are dressed in bright orange!

But yeah... I don't have a hunting liscence so it won't be me that goes and tries to find it anyway.


All that gets released is a picture of a large cage, with the bars bent apart, and they say that it escaped in the middle of the night. Small hair sample that ends up to be from a gorilla.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 06:20 PM
He hasn't found #.
Let's close this.

posted on Aug, 21 2005 @ 06:31 PM

There wont be any explanation at all. This fraud will just take the money and run.

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