posted on Sep, 17 2012 @ 11:56 PM
Congratulations on your first sighting. You're in the club now! It gets so frustrating when people think you're a nut for believing in sasquatch,
despite the fact that you tell them that you've seen the thing, and so have tens of thousands of other people. Anyone who chooses to ignore the
claims of that many people, and still say that the idea is ludicrous, is just plain ignorant. I'm sick of the same old argument that we would have
found them by now if they existed.
Um, hello, we have found them. As I said, there are hundreds if not thousands of sightings every single year, across most of the United States, not to
mention Canada. What people mean is that science hasn't cataloged them yet. This is not surprising, considering there has never been any money given
to fund real scientific expeditions, say by a university or something. The vast majority of field work done has been done by people on their own dime,
with their own equipment.
And the majority of them are going about things all wrong. You cannot go traipsing around the woods and expect to get good evidence. If this were just
another animal, this would be fine. But people cannot seem to grasp that this creature is far more intelligent than an ordinary animal in the woods.
They are not as smart as humans out of their element, but in their element, the woods, they are ten times smarter than us. Myself, among many others,
have developed methods that actually work, although I don't do much field work myself.
The truth is, there are many people out there with GREAT evidence. There exists much video that is crystal clear, showing multiple creatures, in the
daytime, unobstructed by brush. But only a few people ever see it. I used to not believe this could be possible, until I was shown some myself, and I
have subsequently had others relate to me of the existence of privately held evidence. It really irks me that these people choose to hold on to these
things, instead of showing the world, but it is their evidence.
What happens is this...Those who get the best evidence really do feel a certain selfishness regarding these creatures. It takes so much effort to go
to the same area day after day, allowing the animals to get used to you, and then spending many more months allowing them to trust you enough to
expose themselves from the brush. And what tends to happen over this time period is that the investigators, those who have actually put the time in to
building some sort of relationship of trust, do not want to ruin that. They don't want people descending on the woods once sasquatch is proven to
I am just guessing this is a big part of their reasoning. But one thing I do know is that the existence of this animal would have been proven already
if these people did not feel that they were protecting these creatures from humans by withholding their evidence. And I am telling the truth when I
say there exists video so astounding that it would blow anyone's mind. There would be no debate like with the PGF, because you can tell you are
looking at and hearing a living, breathing animal.
I am just so glad that another skeptic has turned into a believer, and I really encourage those of you who think this is all BS to get yourself out
into the woods and attempt to spot one of these creatures for yourself. I don't hate skeptics, but I hate having to correct people's thought
processes over and over again. If you think sasquatch could never exist, then you are one of these people who need to open your eyes. And I'm sure
there are government employees who know they exist, and for sure military personnel.
They just don't want the headache of dealing with the whole thing. There is no collective memory within the military or government though, and those
who know things end up retiring, and the information gets lost. I know that certain military bases have caught evidence on their security cameras, but
as I said, it is not their job to show the world bigfoot exists.