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Originally posted by cmdrkeenkid
that sounds scary... can you get some of the audio up on the set somehow?
also, since i'm guessing you know a lot on the topic... are there any in michigan?
Here's proof...the guy ADMITTED it was a hoax.
Originally posted by RomanianDacianHun
Have you thought of well...killing it? Its dead body will be much more useful than video or photography, that way skeptical scientists cant discard it as a man in an ape costume.
Originally posted by bigfootisfake
A) Noone has ever successfully found a body, either by accident or by hunting it. It is protected, but even still, how would anyone prove you didn't shoot one by accident? I would think the person who did do it, would either be cleared based on such a large discovery, or at the very least, his earnings from book and tv deals would be more than enough compensation for any fines.
The point is, with all of the rednecks that hunt, you have to figure that sooner or later, someone would have hit the jackpot at least once in all of these years. And you are talking about (based on eyewitness reports) a creature that is supposedly anywhere from 6' 5 to over 7' tall, clunking around the woods.
Originally posted by seagull
The regions of the North American continent where the vast majority of Sasquatch sightings take place are amongst the most unsettled and rugged regions around. Even in the "settled" areas, there are large unsettled regions where a large unknown anthropoid could live quite undistrubed by man. Most hunters stay fairly close to home so as to have access to storage for whatever game they collect before it spoils, makes sense no?
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.
Originally posted by porschedrifter
its harder than it sounds. They are incredibly stealthy, and you dont know they are there most of the time...