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"They get fish every day, a bucket of fruit, a bucket of dry dog food," said Robin Lynn Pfeifer, a 47-year-old resident of Newaygo County, north of Grand Rapids. "Their favorite thing is blueberry bagels. If I'm not baking them, I go to different stores to buy them."
Burtsev said he is 95 percent positive that he has evidence to prove the creature's existence: some hair found near a cave entrance, grasses made into a bed, large footprints, and tree branches that form a certain pattern. "We were just two days in the forest and we found many things," Burtsev said. "We found a lot of confirmation that they exist there."
"There's no substance to any of her claims," said Meldrum, who is an expert in the evolution of early hominid gait. "If there were 10 to 12 around her home, she should be opening up a museum with all the artifacts."
Originally posted by watchitburn
I find myself being highly skeptical of this. But I did get good a chuckle out of it.
Originally posted by nineix
IMO, Robin Lynn Pfeifer, a 47-year-old resident of Newaygo County, north of Grand Rapids needs to spend more money on a good video camera and/or DSLR with 300mm+ long range lens, and less time babbling about her bigfoot buffet.
Originally posted by JiggyPotamus
SNAP, right in the forehead with a bb gun. Or a camera. Whatever floats your boat.