posted on Oct, 8 2012 @ 06:02 AM
reply to post by seabhac-rua
***Will require some time devoted to reading through random articles/claims.***
Take it with a grain of salt of course, can never believe everything from the lions mouth. However, I believe that someone that came out has to be
telling the truth about the film and they just anted to make a quick buck off the stories being told of giant apes living in the northwest. Could it
still be real? Of course it can, but I like to weigh the evidence in each hand and whatever is heaviest that's generally the route I take. Just my
take on the film and things being said about it.
About the "Suit"
Take from it what you will of course.
I should have said not proven, but "highly speculated to be hoaxed." I tend to stand on the side of this being faked as there seems to be a little
more evidence that it can be faked, and monetary gains would be just cause (again, I personally follow the money trail IF that is an option).
That being said, proven to be hoaxed? That was bad word choice, however, this video has indeed held up against the test of time and it looks like it
will for the foreseeable future.
I live in WA and am a strong believer that Sasquatch is roaming these woods. I've dedicated hours coming up with potential ideas of what this
creature is, and a handful of friends/family that have made claims of hearing the beast while on hikes or camping in the Olympic Peninsula.
MY reason to believe
This happens to be a claim made by my good friend's uncle, and have talked to him about it...I find to be better proof of existence than anything
else. For the simple fact that a discovery channel crew came out, took the story and evidence to look at it. After about a month or so they returned
with everything they had taken and considered this to be the real deal, and really had no explanation for what they had witnessed in the photos.
It's just my humble opinion, but I'll side with the scientists on this one, and following the money trail (there is none, as the man has made zero
money off this)...it's a safe bet that this particular class A sighting, is in fact-- the real deal.
Take it with a grain of salt, until more damning proof is presented would still be the safest bet to make though.