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Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
On the Patterson film i am torn. The simple fact that the participants called it a hoax is too hard to overcome. But when you stabilize the footage, details emerge that make it look like there is no way it is a fake.
The big, fat, budonkadonk butt....that would be hard to emulate. The hind quarters seem to work perfectly well, nothing like someone wearing a suit.
The boobs. I never noticed them before.
Originally posted by abrowning
I actually really like this thread though I am not much of a believer in bigfoot.
One question I have for you regarding bigfoots um foot. Where are the toes? I can get past the light color, in fact I think you could also argue that the camera is possibly making it look much lighter than it really is, but I would expect to see toes.
Originally posted by ladyinwaiting
You know what they say, never say never. But I doubt it, Slay. Seriously. As I read somewhere the other day, wouldn't a skeleton at least have turned up somewhere by now?
Wouldn't they be at least dumpster-diving, or applying for food stamps?
Originally posted by cuthbert
I am positively convinced that it exists. Years ago, there was a documentary about a group who ran into a bigfoot with their car, and it contained a lot of very interesting information on their contact with the beast. I am guessing that this documentary has been covered up and the family are too scared to come forward again, as there has been no more bigfoot-related news around the family and the documentary. And I know the family is real because I saw a multipart documentary about the family and the father in the family became a serial killer, travelling across the U.S. before he was killed in Miami.
I'm with you all the way. More study needs to be done. Great job bringing coherent, rational views to this ongoing conundrum.
I'm not talking about Indian legends, like the Algonquian Missisengw (Guardian of the Forest), I'm talking about reports from pioneers and explorers. I'll give one example, and I'm willing to bet no one has ever heard of it, simply because of the circumstances.
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