reply to post by SLAYER69
One of my many interests, as a conspiracy theorists, over my lifetime, was "Bigfoot"
I say was
in the past tense because while I love cryptozoology I no longer believe.
After decades, since the age six, of investigating this conspiracy all I have to say is it is a hoax.
Without convincing evidence, meaning a body, this is far too much nonsense.
The same can be said for "aliens"
Not one iota, scrap, or ability to confirm these events in decades.
Call me skeptical, call me Ishamael, but don't call me late for dinner, I have seen no proof.
Worse yet, the further I dig, the closer I get to the "truth", the more I see ultra-secret Government involvement.
Aliens, the Boogeyman, and Creatures That Go Bump In the Night
Has anyone ever wondered why "Bigfoot", or "Sasquatch", or the "Yeti", or even "the Yowie", or even "Skunk-Ape" never leave behind a body, if and when
they die, or get hit by a car, or people hiking in National Parks come across one why they never get pictures?
More than blurry, half-exposed, or even shaky video footage?
Well, fear is definitely a factor in that, because seeing something this montrous would scare any sane individual.
Because I suspect a hoax, fraud, even a bit of charlatanism going on here.
The majority of the sightings are in National Parks or extreme climates where few dare to travel.
Easily keeping people away.
Except the most daring, adventurous, and fool-hardy.
Let me ask you why an isolated area would be an area where no one will travel.
The answer is simple.
Isolation, barren wastelands, National Forests, extreme climates are perfect places to hide things, or places.
That you do not want people discovering.
What better way to hide it and make certain none but the fool-hardy, virtually insane, and approaching lunatic fringe will dare?
And stick a taboo, 7 or 8 foot "creature" (most likely a giant among men, a man in a suit), to scare people away?
Skepticism is more than a good thing because having a bit of doubt is like a grain of salt.
When you're being lied to.
When you're being mislead.
When you're being lead on a wild-goose chase.
When you're tax money is not only being mis-appropriated but wasted.
On something you will never seen unless you sell your soul and become a Government insider.
Thirty-one years examining, investigating, and sifting through information I've made my decision.
is a hoax.
edit on 10/1/10 by SpartanKingLeonidas because: Adding Depth To The Post.