posted on Nov, 6 2011 @ 09:16 PM
I think it is rather insulting for someone to say that Sasquatch doesn't exist, especially when the person that they are telling it to has seen one
with their own eyes. I am 110% convinced that the creature is legitimate, and the only question in my mind is "what exactly is it?"
Knowing how Sasquatch behaves, I am willing to bet that many more people would see them in the larger forests if they paid attention and knew what to
look for. For one of these animals to be seen walking, it has to not know you are there, unless it does not feel threatened by your presence.
Being a very curious creature, Sasquatch apparently enjoys observing people, and they usually do it the same way every time, which is to hide behind
either a tree or thick brush, while remaining relatively still. Given their coloration it is next to impossible to spot one that isn't moving, as is
evidenced by much of the footage in which the cameraman did not observe the creature until reviewing the tape.
One of my favorite videos in this category is the Sobe-Bomb Bigfoot. A bunch of kids had a big fire going, and they put gasoline in a Sobe bottle and
threw it into the fire. It was dark, and they didn't realize it at the time, and I actually don't think they are the ones who caught it in the
footage to begin with, but after the large explosion you see a huge gray Sasquatch stand up from behind an old couch and skulk off into the brush with
the typical rise-fall pattern exhibited by the majority of their kind.
Another one of my favorites is the white Sasquatch that was filmed at night. If that footage is legitimate, it has to be the closest, and clearest
footage of a Sasquatch face ever taken. It is actually a bit frightening in my opinion.
But as I was saying, as a rule they typically observe from cover. If they want you out of their territory, they will break branches for the loud
sound, sometimes circling around you in the woods. It can become terrifying when there are more than one doing this, although that is pretty rare from
what I hear.
People also like to say that the Ostman account was a complete fabrication, which is a plausible thing to think upon first hearing the tale...but
given the time period of the encounter, everything he described has held up perfectly to observations throughout the decades, up until today with the
evidence we have on film.
Anyway, I am going a bit off-topic here, and I just wanted to say that you are completely correct in your thread, saying that if you aren't a
believer, then go spend some time in a known Sasquatch area for a night or two...You will most likely change your mind if you do a couple of things to
draw one in...Such as calling, or doing something that may cause one to be interested in you. But as I said, you will most likely not see them unless
you happen to walk up on one who is daydreaming or something, lol.