Saturday, February 19, 2011
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Join Elusive1 & Evie as they Welcome Thom Cantrall, Thom is a Bigfoot Researcher & Author and wrote the book " GHOSTS OF RUBY RIDGE " Thom is a native of Northern California, Where he graduated from Sonoma Valley High School in 1961. He is a Navy Veteran and attended the University of Washington. Years logging in the Pacific Northwest led to personal experiences with Sasquatch, Witch developed into a lifelong interest in the creatures.
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fooled by the wind, treebark and the end of a fallen tree while doing Bigfoot research. Thought I saw something walking and then a dog's severed ...
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The Ballad of Ape Canyon and Bigfoot
The Ballad of Ape Canyon
Written by Lenny Green
There's a story I'm told, of a long time ago, remembered by few anymore,
They say it took place in the Evergreen State in the Spring of the year '24,
They were miners by trade workin' their claim at the foot of St. Helens back then,
And in all of six years found little to fear from either the forest or men.
They built a log cabin where the five of them stayed, and finished it strong and secure,
And as fate had it happened, the snow and the rain wasn't all it would have to endure.
From the forest around they began to hear sounds, made by no critter they knew,
And found tracks left behind near the trail to the mine, like a barefooted giant walked through.
It began, I believe, when they went to the stream to fill up their water supply,
It was there they would see leaning out from a tree what they thought was an ape of great size.
It was one man who dared bring his rifle to bear, and shot at the creature three rounds,
And the others could see bark fly from the tree, but the creature was not to be found.
They decided that night to leave at first light, safety was now on their minds,
And they all went to bed with dreams in their heads of going home after all this time.
It was just past the hour of midnight, I'm told, when the start of the siege began,
There were sticks, and there were stones, and they were all being thrown at the cabin again and again.
There then came the sounds of walkin' around as the monsters all gathered outside,
And they pounded the walls and pushed on the door till the men became panicked inside.
So the miners yelled warnings and fired at the door, and fired at the walls through the night,
And they shot at the sounds that were heard on the roof, and this went on till first morning light.
When the morning arrived, they ventured outside, anxious to see what they could,
But the men could just stare at debris everywhere from the all-night assault they withstood.
It was then one man spied an ape near the side of the cliff where no trail did go,
And he shot several times and watched as the creature fell to the canyon below.
Well, they took up their packs and never went back, leaving all that they worked for behind,
Now the cabin and gear have all disappeared, lost to the passage of time.
I camped near the place where the old cabin stood, only part of the fireplace remained,
Along about midnight a tall figure appeared, and in the moonlight I saw him plain.
He was hairy and big, he was Sasquatch, I knew, but with age his hair had turned white,
And he stared for a while at the cabin's remains, then headed back into the night.
Then he stopped and he turned, and looked straight at me, and I sensed no emotion but one,
Then as he walked away, I noticed a limp, as though shot long ago, by a gun.
Written by Lenny Green
It's a story as old as the hills, of a wild man covered all in hair,
Without fear, he goes where he will, and few would ever know he was there,
A legend from down through the ages, in 1958, came to fame,
When tracks of his were found on California ground, everyone was soon to know his name.
They called him Bigfoot, barefooted giant of the wild, Always somewhere out of sight, like a phantom in the night, watching all the while.
He's a legend from the ages, but as real as you or me, He's the one they call the Bigfoot, ever wild and always free.
It's a story that's often been told, by Native Indians from the Northwest land,
Of a tribe of hairy people long ago, who wanted not a thing to do with man,
All dismissed as old superstitions, by many who have faded now with time,
But the winds of change are here, you can see this creature clear, but only if you open up your mind.
We call him Bigfoot...(rest of chorus same as above)
There are skeptics who would have us believe in a hoax lasting several hundred years,
Or they tell us, we can't be sure of anything we've seen, but they're the ones who cannot see it clear.
You don't need a degree that applies, to evaluate the evidence at hand,
All you really need to bring, is the ability to think, not to fear what you don't understand.
One of the most impressive presentations at the Oregon Sasquatch Symposium was R. Scott Nelson's breakdown of the sasquatch language recorded on the what is formally known as the ...www.bigfootlunchclub.com/2010/06/sasquatch-phonetic-alphabet-documents.html
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... many conversations in foreign languages. The following information has been cleared for publication and I will share it with you at this time. Fm: R. Scott Nelson To: Sasquatch ...bigfootlives.blogspot.com/2010/06/sasquatch-phonetic-alphabet.html
Ron Morehead (shown above) passes along this summary from Scott Nelson’s presentation on Sasquatch language. Scott Nelson at the Yakima gathering. Tugboatwa photo. R. Scott Nelsonwww.cryptomundo.com/cryptozoo-news/crypto-ling
... of Sasquatch Language study, than to standardize the documentation of evidence. With highest regard for all those engaged in the work of Sasquatch recognition; R. Scott Nelsonwww.bigfootresearch.com/index.php?name=News&file=print&sid=213
Perceived Sasquatch Phonetic Language (SPA) by Scott Nelson (Part II): Sasquatch Phonetic Alphabet and Transcription Standard Submitted by R. Scott Nelsonchattahoocheebigfoot.net/2010/07/25/bigfoot-language-syntax-and-pronunciations.aspx
Characteristics of Human Language Evident in the Berry/Morehead Tapes By R. Scott Nelson The Functions, Properties ... Emotional Expression: If we presume that Sasquatch possesses ...email@example.com/msg02444.html
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Wednesday, February 16, 2011
I’ve been playing with Visio 2007′s new Data Graphics features more and more lately, and have been getting all sorts of ideas for new Data Graphics to share with Visio Guy ...www.visguy.com/2007/12/12/ape-to-man-data-graphic
The evolution 'ape man chart' was considered to be very scientific at one time. No more. Huge holes have been punched in this idea.ezinearticles.com/?The-Evolution-Ape-Man-Chart-and-Nebraska-Man&id=3808051
General Information . History, Science Documentary published by BBC in 2000 - English, Chinese Multilanguage narration Cover Information . Why did our earliest ancestors leave the ...docuwiki.net/index.php?title=Ape_Man
As one might imagine, different answers to this question come from different "authorities." Obviously, creationists and evolutionists disagree, but major schools of thought vie ...www.icr.org/article/what-distinguishes-man-from-ape
Apologetics Press, Inc. ... On Sunday, August 7, 2005, the History Channel aired a program titled “Ape to Man.”www.apologeticspress.org/articles/340
The Predatory Transition from Ape to Man. Ramond A. Dart, "The Predatory Transition from Ape to Man," International Anthropological and Linguistic Review 1.4 (1953).www.users.muohio.edu/erlichrd/350/dart.php
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Falsehoods In Textbooks - Ten Icons of Evolution - overview - Dr. Jonathan Wells - video http://www.metacafe.com/watch/4050609/falsehoods_in_textbooks_icons_of_evolution ...www.metacafe.com/watch/4236845
The Scientific Evidence For the Origin of Man By David N. Menton, Ph.D. St. Louis, Missouri 1988 (C) copyright 1991 Missouri Association for Creation, Inc.emporium.turnpike.net/C/cs/apeimage.htm