Monday, October 08, 2012

Hardcore Outdoorsman Finds a Bigfoot Track, Proving Once Again That Bigfoot Isn't Mass Hullcination




 Discovery of ancient child's skull suggests we've been eating meat for 1.5 million years




 Stilwell Bigfoot Symposium: Bigfoot Throws Grass Balls




 More Sounds From Central Michigan, One of The Most Active Locations In The U.S.Bigfoot Evidence

Bigfoot researcher Jim Sherman recorded these goosebump-inducing screams and then casually adds he went on to camp for 4 days in the same area the sounds originated from. Alone. We aren't sure if he's just incredibly nervy or just nuts, but we'd like to have this guy nearby if we ever stumble across Bigfoot. Down in Tulsa, Mid-American Bigfoot Research Center unearths some new Bigfoot reports as Bigfoot Research Continues In Oklahoma while Loren Coleman gives us a quick history lesson on the origins of the "True Giant", also known as the Tornit. Meanwhile, paranormal investigator Carolyn Dougherty compares Bigfoot research to ghost hunting and highlights the problems of each as she asks, Bigfoot or Big Foolery? Dougherty especially questions one Bigfoot hunting method that we've always had an issue with, announcing when and where a hunt will take place, which is essentially an open invitation to hoaxers.

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