Originally posted by GezinhoKiko
reply to post by JiggyPotamus
realy good post Jiggy
i hope everyone takes the time to read it
Thank you very much for the kind words. It's funny that many of the posts I write on which I spend a lot of time pondering and rehashing, and I think
are really good, are the ones no one stars or anything. And posts like the one I made above, which I did not need to think about, and just wrote
quickly, are the ones that people enjoy.
I think this is a good lesson for me to stop overthinking some things, and just write what comes naturally and that I am passionate about. Sasquatch
is definitely one of those types of subjects for me. I just really wish that everyone could see what I, and many others, have been fortunate enough to
see. But I would want these people to know what to expect, so they aren't traumatized or freaked out. These animals are very large, even the smaller
ones to a degree as they are stocky and built much of the time, and I will admit they are flat out scary in my opinion.
They are modern day, real life, monsters. There is not a better way to put it really, lol. Another thing that really upsets me is that I know for a
fact that many researchers have very good video evidence of sasquatch. I mean crystal clear, close up evidence. I sort of explained why they do not
release this evidence, and although I understand, I do not agree with their reasoning.
Being scientific in my approach to the subject, I believe that all data should be shared, as this is what science is all about, and this is how a
field advances. Videos will not convince everyone, but it will bring more to the correct side of the argument, and will prepare a handful of people
for something they no doubt will see in the future.
Through my research and hypotheses I have concluded that the sasquatch population is in fact BOOMING. The largest concentrations of their population
tends to be in the most remote areas, and all the sightings on the outskirts of towns and cities are the result of overcrowding deeper in the forests
of North America. These animals are branching out due to their expanding population, and this is why I think educating people is more important now
than it has ever been in the past. People also would not feel the need to shoot their rifles at these animals if they knew what they were, and just
basically knew that these animals are there in the first place.
It is understandable to be confused after an encounter, and I just want to save people the grief and possible accidents that may happen due to
ignorance of these animals. For instance, people may feel threatened, and behave in a way that could hurt themselves or the animals. The truth is that
these animals can be aggressive, but this behavior is not intended to inflict injury upon a person. It is nothing more than a territorial display. The
behavior will escalate if one presses their luck, and this is what I was talking about in the other thread about respecting their space, and building
a relationship of trust. It is not like a human relationship by any means, or like seeing a friend in the woods.
One will not be able to touch them, or get all that close, but once they are used to you and know you are not going to hurt them, they are not so
skittish about remaining hidden in your presence. I know a researcher who has gotten within 15 or 20 yards of a group of sasquatch who remained still
as the guy approached, before they warned him to get back by the large male stepping forward and growling and baring his teeth at the researcher. He
then backed up a distance, and they were comfortable with that apparently, because they did not try to run him off again.
This is what I mean about respecting their space. I was just thinking of the video on youtube called bigfoot baby in the craw of a tree. This is the
best piece of footage available to the general public via the internet that depicts a baby bigfoot. I highly recommend watching it, even if you've
already seen it. The guy doing the filming behaved in the manner I have been describing, and this group of animals let him get that close to their
BABY. They are very protective of their young, just like many other large mammals and other animals in general.
I have a plethora of ideas, hypotheses, and just information that I have compiled, including inventions for devices to gather evidence, etc., and I do
not know where to share this information. ATS is not really a hub of sasquatch research, as it seems to specialize in other areas of interest for the
most part. So whenever I get the chance to discuss sasquatch related material, I just ramble on and on. So if anyone wants to talk bigfoot, or
anything else, please don't hesitate to send me a message. I will answer any questions you have, and maybe I can learn something from you as well.
This goes for ne1 btw.