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Originally posted by fooffstarr
All last week when the bird deaths were occurring you frequented about 4 of the threads and just kept saying 'jesus is coming'... how is that helpful?
Originally posted by rocknroll
....with your own eyes. Without a shadow of a doubt. Real good look at him fairly close to know it was for real and not a legend or hoax? How can you prove to me he is real? I'm somewhat a believer, but am still a little skeptical. I've been reading the "recent sitings" over at BFRO for years. I love a monster story. Some of them really creep me out, especially when written by military personnel (lots of them). I wanna see one, but don't know if it's a waste of time looking........ I know 2 people that claimed they had Class B (or is it C?) encounters. These are honest to goodness, trustworthy guys too....no BS types.
Originally posted by EastCoastKid
......huge, furry and growling..........
Originally posted by SteveR
Was it standing upright?
Originally posted by Turlis
MrWuby? Well I guess anyone that has already seen a bigfoot. Just out of curiosity, do you think the next time you see one, would you follow it just to see where it went?
Originally posted by mrwupy
You don't need an ipod or anything else to listen to a podcast. Just go to the thread and click on the link and there is a good chance it will play. If it does not i'll go ahead and tell my story here.
It was late, I had dropped my children off at their mothers. She lived in Jonesboro Arkansas at the time and I live in fayetteville. I had just left a town called Salem and headed back into the Ozark forest. There was a clearing on either side of the road of 15 to 20 feet before the woods started. I was the only car on the highway and had my bright lights on. Up ahead I noticed a tree that was right beside the road and it got my attention because it was out of place. Then that tree turned around and walked back towards the woods. It was a Bigfoot. It was tall, walked on two legs and really burly. The hair was matted and nasty looking but in all fairness it had been raining that day so maybe it was just wet. The windows were up so I didn't smell anything but it was a really brief encounter. It was slipping back into the forest just as it went out of my highbeams.
I hit the gas on the old hoopie I was driving and wasn't about to slow down. I kept looking in the rear view mirror to see if it was chasing me. Silly thought but I was in an all out panic. The car I was driving topped out at 80 miles an hour and thats a good thing cause if it had been able to do 160 I would have wrapped myself around a tree. I did not slow down till I was in the bright lights of the next town I came to.
I tell people this story and they say they believe I saw SOMETHING. but I know what I saw that night and it was a Bigfoot.
I can't prove it, I don't need to. I know and thats enough for me.
As for Northern Canada? Well, lets just take British Columbia is 364,764 sq. miles in size. California is 163,707 square miles, Oregon is 98,386 square miles, and then add a Wyoming 97,818 square miles and you still have room. Texas is 268,601 square miles leaving room for Michigan (96,810 square miles) or just about any other state to fit.
For you non-Americans, United Kingdom of Great Britain & Northern Ireland is 94,525 sq miles which means that ONE province is more than three times the size.
Population is 3,907,738 for British Columbia (2001). Los Angeles is close to 10 million. London is just over 7 million.
Now, you think the hunt would be that easy? Consider that the almost 4 million people are almost all at the southern edge (American border) and that everything else is quite remote. Now add Alaska (586,412 square miles) which is 1/5th the size of the entire United States. Add the Yukon Territories (186,660 sq. mi.), Northwest Territories (519,734 sq mi), and Territories of Nunavut (350,000 sq mi).
Also there are the northern Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Quebec areas to consider. Searching all of the land area is highly improbable. Now consider that in recent years, new animals have been discovered in much smaller countries, that were completely unknown until the last 4-5 years. Doesn't make things so impossible that a creature with a slightly higher intellect, could not be found easily.