posted on Apr, 7 2004 @ 12:33 AM
Facefirst if you did some searching on bigfoot websites like www.bfro.com you'd find out the answer on the camera deal, but let me give you a brief
synopsis of why your question/argument doesn't prove sasquatches don't exist.
First and foremost, if you're on vacation, or walking out in the woods as a tourist you're gonna have your camera in a bag or maybe hanging around
your neck. Now, if you see an 8 foot tall hairy ape monster looking thing what will be your first instinct? To pull out your camera? Doubtful.
It'd probably be to run like hell. People wouldn't think about taking their camera out until after they'd shat their pants. Unless you're
specifically out there looking for sasquatches, you're not likely to randomly take a photo or movie of one.
There are people out there who search for sasquatches, but they're a very very small number. It's a common occurance that the more you look for
something the harder it is to find it. This is the same case with bigfoot searchers (like porschedrifter and others)
When you go walking around the woods do you randomly come across bears, wolves, pumas, deer, etc? Not normally (well atleast I don't) Now imagine a
population of animals much smaller than that of other wild beasts, and its easy to see the very slim chance that you'd come across one. The
sightings of bigfoot are chance encounters for the most part, and even though there are alot of them they're still quite random.
I hope I've provided some clarity on why there is not an abundance of photo/video evidence on the sasquatch. If you want more info, check out this
It gives MUCH more detailed and educated reasons than I could (especially when posting at 1:30 in
the morning). That site, the BFRO, is a very interesting read. It opened my eyes to the existence of sasquatches, and basically proved to me that
[Edited on 7-4-2004 by Faisca]