Thursday, April 26, 2012

Fear In The Bigfoot Community





New Footage: Turkey Hunter Spots A Bigfoot In Hancock, Maryland





Comments of the day: Building The Case For Dr. Melba Ketchum's Bigfoot DNA Study





Bigfoot DNA Press Embargo Unveiled With PressPass [Humor]





Robert Lindsay: Dr. Melba Ketchum Bigfoot DNA Study Lifts Press Embargo Tomorrow?





Dr. Melba Ketchum Can't Believe The Hoopla Over Her Stick Structure Photo, Claims To Have More Stuff That Will Blow Your Mind





Carl Olinselo has crunched the numbers and the answer is--not likely at all. There are 84,000,000 acres of virtually undisturbed National Parks land and Bigfoot could be populating several thousand acres and most of us would never know. There is plenty of empty land outside of National Parks and we think this particular theory should be reworded slightly to only include the National Park land, otherwise it doesn't really stand up to scrutiny. However, we do agree with Olinselo that it is highly unlikely any of us will ever see a Bigfoot in person. In other doubtful crypto news, Loren Coleman predicted this would happen and now it has. Someone has taken uploaded Fake Thylacine Footage taken directly from the movie The Hunter. Speaking of movies, Bigfoot Evidence has an interview with the Eyewitness Interview For The Movie Skookum, a man who encountered not one but two Bigfoot 25 years ago while sitting in a tree stand watching for deer. He saw one hairy gorilla-like creature pursuing a deer and then heard a second one whistle to the first one and after that he, for lack of a better word, skedaddled right out of there and sprinted for his truck. Another gorilla-like creature terrorizing hunters and everyone else 25 years ago was the Beast of Boggy Creek and Jeffery Pritchett has New! 'Fouke Tales' Interview with Lyle Blackburn author of The Beast of Boggy Creek. Karl Shuker gives us the lowdown on a rather unfortunate looking creature believed to now be extinct and asks Was The Izcuintlipotzotli A Canine Quasimodo? The canine had a lumpy, ungainly appearance and was also saddled with an even more ungainly name. A New purple crab species found in Philippines is a bit easier on the eyes than the Izcuintlipotzotli, with brilliant purple and red coloring and a less unwieldy name, Insulamon

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