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  1. #16
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    Re: Bigfoot

    I've seen something that I would identify as Bigfoot. My grandparents saw it, also. On research on the web several years later, I found a report that was filed about the same time, less than 10 miles away from where my grandparents lived.

    I believe!!!!

    DM

  2. #17
    Kentucky Kache

    Re: Bigfoot

    I'm just having a little fun with this. I've never seen a big foot, so I can't say if they're real or not.

  3. #18
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    Re: Bigfoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Digginman
    I've seen something that I would identify as Bigfoot. My grandparents saw it, also. On research on the web several years later, I found a report that was filed about the same time, less than 10 miles away from where my grandparents lived.

    I believe!!!!

    DM
    Was this around California/Oregon/Washington?
    "A man's GOT to know his limitations." -Dirty Harry

  4. #19

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    Re: Bigfoot

    A thought popped into my bony head. Anyone see the Heavy-Weight fight from Stuttgart, yesterday? That Nickolai Valuev definitely qualifies.

    But.....If I was better with ridicule I would tell a story; better yet I'd let my two sons tell it. They were there. And it was Oregon. Scared the snot out of me. I have pictures of footprints with my booted foot(size 12) INSIDE the tracks and my bare foot next to them. My big toe fits perfectly in the little toe of the track. Got the negatives too, if anyone has a clue how to put photos on a computer card. I don't just believe....I am absolutely sure.

    Bud




  5. #20
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    Re: Bigfoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick in NEPA
    Quote Originally Posted by Digginman
    I've seen something that I would identify as Bigfoot. My grandparents saw it, also. On research on the web several years later, I found a report that was filed about the same time, less than 10 miles away from where my grandparents lived.

    I believe!!!!

    DM
    Was this around California/Oregon/Washington?
    No, it was in Northern West Virginia, Marion County. Very rural area, hills and woods. My grandparents house was there.

    DM

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    Re: Bigfoot

    Quote Originally Posted by BudP
    Got the negatives too, if anyone has a clue how to put photos on a computer card.
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  7. #22
    TreasureTales

    Re: Bigfoot

    Bigfoot stories have been of interest to me for about 40 years. I often have nightmares about bigfoot and can't sleep well after watching a bigfoot movie on TV. But I don't think they really exist. I know many, many hunters and outdoorsmen plus people who live in "prime bigfoot country" and they have never seen such a beast. I know that some business people created a bigfoot hoax in Willow Creek, CA so that they could attract more tourists and therefore MONEY.

    But if you like to read about bigfoot sightings like I do, try this website: www.bfro.net
    One word of caution, don't listen to the bigfoot vocal recording because it will make the hair stand up on the back of your neck.

  8. #23
    BIG61AL

    Re: Bigfoot

    Bigfoot in America has been a part of the culture of native peoples as far back as two hundred years ago, maybe even longer. Way before TV, the press, hoaxes. I believe that bigfoot exists just due to the fact of the thousands of reports. All can't fakes or mistaken as something else. Ordinary people don't go out the way just to open themselves to finger pointing and ridicule for nothing.

  9. #24

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    Re: Bigfoot

    OR GUNSHOTS!!!

  10. #25

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    Re: Bigfoot

    No, I have never seen, heard, or smelled a Bigfoot and I spent most of my life in the western mountain ranges. Could such a creature exist without being approached and spotted, witnessed by more people, or photographed? Absoutely! if it was few in numbers, and hibernated in winter, ranged in the higher elevations, and was quite intelligent and adapted to it's enviroment. Could exist in the Canadian and Alaskan mountains also. My opinions only.
    S.S.

  11. #26
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    Re: Bigfoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Montana Jim
    Quote Originally Posted by BudP
    Got the negatives too, if anyone has a clue how to put photos on a computer card.
    Walmart
    DON'T take them to walmart...that is, if you want to see them again.
    "A man's GOT to know his limitations." -Dirty Harry

  12. #27
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    Re: Bigfoot

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick in NEPA
    Quote Originally Posted by Montana Jim
    Quote Originally Posted by BudP
    Got the negatives too, if anyone has a clue how to put photos on a computer card.
    Walmart
    DON'T take them to walmart...that is, if you want to see them again.
    Can't youjust use a photo machine or something there - kinda like "do it yourself"?

    I dunno...

  13. #28
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    Re: Bigfoot

    bigfoot is one of my "fears" seriously, some times walkingdown the mountain he will pop into mind and the rest of the way down i have pistol in hand, scares the $#*^ outta me. one night my friend called me hysterical while comming outta the canyons in his car, he explained what he saw on the side of the road and he was trying to get to a sks he had in the trunk while driving and talking to me, it was hilarious. i made it worst by saying look in your mirror and see if its running at 70 mph trying to catch you. he was one of those ones that see alot of supernatural stuff. even people, while around him have seen crazy stuff, orbs, exct.
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  14. #29
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    Re: Bigfoot

    Unfortunately I have never seen Bigfoot, but growing up here in the midwest there have been stories about Mountain lions or panthers as long as I can remember. For years and years people said that this was impossible and that there was no way there could be a breeding population of big cats in this part of the country with no one knowing about it. Most people swore that there were no mountain lions around here. And what do you know...a few years ago one got hit by a car on a highway in Kansas City. All of a sudden the "experts" came out of the woodwork and and said "oh yeah...there are mountain lions here, we knew that". HA! Its too bad that people have to be so closed minded about things like this. Bigfoot has not been confirmed yet but you just wait, it will happen and then we can all sit back and laugh when the "experts" come out and say they knew about them all along. Anything is possible in this world and people should keep an open mind.
    There are areas even here in the midwest that a large animal can survive and thrive unnoticed by people. I can only imagine what could be living in mountains and wilderness areas that people just don't know about...yet.

    I just got this from www.ljworld.com

    Car hits, kills mountain lion in Missouri
    Confirmed cougar sighting fuels suspicions of animals in state

    J-W Staff and Wire Reports

    Wednesday, August 13, 2003

    JEFFERSON CITY, MO. — For the second time in 10 months, a Missouri motorist has struck a mountain lion on a major highway -- growing proof that wild cougars may be making a comeback in Missouri, state officials said Tuesday.

    The 105-pound adult male mountain lion was hit late Monday on a four-lane stretch of U.S. Highway 54 near Fulton by an unidentified motorist who left the scene but later called the Callaway County Sheriff's Office saying she thought she had hit a dog that might still be alive.

    Law officers arrived to find a dead cougar on the southbound shoulder of the highway. Last October, another male mountain lion was struck on Interstate 35 in north Kansas City.

    Mountain lions, once indigenous to Missouri, were killed off by settlers in the 1800s and early 1900s. From 1927 to 1994, there were no confirmed mountain lion sightings in the state.

    But in the past nine years, the Missouri Department of Conservation has confirmed eight sightings of at least seven different mountain lions, including the one killed Monday night.

    All indications are that the mountain lion killed Monday night had been living in the wild for some time, although it's unclear if it migrated to Missouri or was released or escaped from captivity. There are 41 people licensed to own mountain lions in the state.

    Dave Hamilton, a biologist with the Conservation Department, believes the wild mountain lions may be migrating from South Dakota, Colorado or Texas.

    A western origination seems most likely, because mountain lion populations are strong there and young males have been known to travel hundreds of miles -- often along waterways such as the Missouri River -- to stake out their own territory, Hamilton said.

    "We can say we have mountain lions roaming in Missouri without a doubt," he said. "Right now, we don't believe we have a breeding population in the state of Missouri. There's no evidence that's happening ... But I suspect it will."

    In Kansas, reports of mountain lion sightings have buzzed around Lawrence since the reported sighting Thursday evening on Kansas University's west campus by World Online editor Dave Toplikar. After an account of the sighting appeared in Saturday's Journal-World, nearly a dozen people have called the newspaper to tell about their own close encounters with large, unidentified animals.

    The sightings include two people who also claim to have seen mountain lions in the past year on or near west campus. One man told the newspaper he hit one with his car.





  15. #30

    Mar 2007
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    Re: Bigfoot

    Well that depends on what ya consider a bigfoot ,i've seen a size 15 is that big enough? Oh you ment bigfoot!

 

 
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