Editors Notes > In JR Dobbs latest interview of the homeless folks living in the woods where Rick Dyer says he killed the bigfoot last year outside |San Antonio they had plenty to say about Rick Dyer if he was ever to come back there and try to kill another bigfoot. Listen to this interview.
This is what you get with 8 months of habituation with a sasquatch.
This is the result of dedication, perseverance and consistency.
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Just going on a simple test drive when a Bigfoot comes out of know here
I believe it’s a real Bigfoot that was caught on my phone. It gives me the creeps. I believe it was a young Bigfoot. It attracted an audience shortly after my recording. Enjoy
Don’t we all believe what we want to believe? Don’t we all see what we want to see and hear what we want hear? Isn’t it true that our senses can combine and misdirect us, make us jump to the wrong conclusions? The maxim that “the quickness of the hand deceives the eye” certainly adds weight to my assertions. When I say “my assertions,” they are not my assertions merely assertions of others with whom I agree. We all fool ourselves some of the time.
You’ve got something like the Barnum effect. Subjective validation occurs when two unrelated or even random events are perceived to be related because a belief, expectation, or hypothesis demands a relationship. Thus people seek a correspondence between their perception of their personality and their beliefs. The subject I want to write about here is the search to validate the existence of Bigfoot.
In the wilds of the U.S.ofA. there are believers in the existence of Sasquatch, many people who believe wholeheartedly in the existence of this elusive hominid. These Squatchers are a subgroup within the field that is Cryptozoology and what a bunch of nutjobs they are. Their basic belief that there are bound to be different species and subspecies of animals and insects that are hitherto unknown to the “real” scientific community. Bang on there, that hypothesis holds true, certainly when you think of the oceans of the world which have barely been explored. But, and it is rather a large but, in fact it is a but of colossal proportions, these crypto geezers can’t go for normal things that haven’t been found yet. No, they go for mad stuff, creatures only spotted by the terminally suggestible who live in isolation and are invariably alone when they have these sightings. Some have even gone as far as taking blurry out of focus pictures and videos, none of which help. It’s also fair to say that the “unknown” creatures tend to be big, difficult to miss and would by definition require an enormous amount of nosh to keep body and soul together.
Editors Notes > Rick Dyer finally tells us how pulling off a hoax can pull down the big cash. Watch this video if you can stand to listen to him. He will describe how getting people to hate you is a big money game in America these days. I’m not going to contribute any more to his wallet by talking up his escapades anymore. Just know that everytime you visit his websites you are making him richer.
Chad Lewis has traveled the world looking for such supernatural creatures as ghosts, vampires and hellhounds.
He is disappointed that he has never seen anything of the kind himself, but he has collected the stories of people who have seen such creatures or faithfully believe in them.
“The more bizarre, the better,” Lewis said.
Lewis, 39, of Eau Claire, has found that there is plenty of fertile ground for such tales in his home state of Wisconsin, and he has written about them in a book called “The Wisconsin Road Guide to Mysterious Creatures.”
Lewis will share those stories Tuesdayat the Marathon County Public Library and will encourage people to tell their own stories of the strangeness they’ve seen or heard about.
POCATELLO — Of the three experts speaking in Pocatello on Saturday, two agree that the sasquatch, more commonly referred to as Bigfoot, is typically a creature that shouldn’t be feared, but one that can be provoked.
The third said he’s certain one should keep a distance from the creature.
“They still scare the hell out of me,” said Scott Nelson, an expert on the creature’s language. “As much as I wished I could go and bond with them, some of the stuff me and my son have been through with Ron (a friend of his) in Kansas and Missouri, I can’t get to that place.”
It seemed like most of the about 50 people at the Triad Theater last Thursday either believed or wanted to believe.
Believe in what?
Bigfoot. Sasquatch. The “abominable snowmen of America.” Take your pick.
But for Idaho State University Professor Jeffrey Meldrum, Ph.D., who the spectators came to see, Bigfoot is a scientific mystery, not a matter of belief.
Meldrum, a professor of anatomy and anthropology and an expert on foot morphology and locomotion in primates, explained his approach to scientifically documenting the perhaps not-so-mythical creature most famously known as Bigfoot.
“One of the biggest challenges I’ve faced in order to involve myself in a professional capacity is to translate the perception of this topic from the tabloid squarely into the realm of biological science,” Meldrum told the audience. “The approach I take as an anatomist and a physical anthropologist, is the fundamental question: Is there a species of large bipedal upright primate in North America behind the legend of sasquatch?”
A Florida man thinks he spotted an elusive Skunk Ape on camera — and by “elusive” we mean probably nonexistent.
But now, his poor-quality photos and video have sparked a heated debate.
Mike Falconer, 45, pulled his truck over in March when he saw something roaming around in a field at Myakka River State Park in Sarasota County, the Sun Sentinel reported this week. He and his son can be seen in the short video chasing down what they think is a Skunk Ape — a large, stinky beast and reputed cousin of Bigfoot etched in Florida lore.
Falconer told the site that he wasn’t looking for the creature when he pulled over. But he did capture a large figure in the brush. It’s hard to tell what, if anything, can be seen in the photos and video. He said he plans on carrying a better camera with him at all times in case another Skunk Ape crosses his path.
A return investigation to the remote hunting cabin in Northern Ontario that was suspected to have been attacked by Bigfoot, and a new examination of the DNA evidence from blood stains found at the scene.
Bigfoot, also known as sasquatch, is the name given to an ape-like creature that some people believe inhabits forests, mainly in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. The term sasquatch is an anglicized derivative of the Halkomelem word sásq’ets
The latest sighting took place recently just north of Bexhill when a Lismore resident and music videographer spied the classic creature crossing a moonlit Bangalow Road.
The witness, who has asked not to be named for fear of reprisal, said he was driving back home from a night of filming at Eltham and had just turned onto the Bangalow Road heading for Lismore when he spied a creature jumping a barbed wire paddock fence before briefly pausing at the edge of the road.
Suddenly the beast moved across the two lanes of bitumen, raising his arm to apparently shield its eyes from the bright high beam glare of the approaching car.
“I would have seen it for between 20 and 30 seconds,” the witness recalled.
“It was really moving at the time. It leapt the fence no problem.