Bigfoot

Discussion in 'Cryptozoology' started by Toroid, Aug 8, 2017.

  1. SOUL-DRIFTER

    SOUL-DRIFTER Life Long Researcher

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    Thanks.
    I will be careful.
    I plan on bringing some offerings as in bags of apples, cucumbers and more.
    Something I hope to do in summer or late fall.
     
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  2. pigfarmer

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    ..... hopefully 'more' includes pepper spray or other things that bears aren't fond of
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  3. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    We only have black bears. And where there are Bigfoot, there will be no bears.
    I am getting pepper spray for other reasons though.
     
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  4. pigfarmer

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    I think those are the more troublesome critters. careful. cool though ! Wish I could go on an expedition like that somewhere
     
  5. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    Anyone is welcome to come if they can.
    To my south we have Dogman reports and the famous Dogman of Brey road incident.
     
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    Bigfoot Tracks Found in New York State?

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    An interesting set of photographs from New York state show what appears to be a trail of tracks that were left behind in the snow and some suspect that they could have come from a Sasquatch. The Facebook group Bigfoot Researchers of the Hudson Valley posted the intriguing images earlier this week and explained that they had been discovered a few days prior in the village of Pawling. The person sharing the images indicated that whatever created the tracks seemed to have a six-foot stride and a close-up photograph of a potential print suggested that creature possessed an approximately 15-inch-long foot.

    As one might imagine, response to the pictures has been mixed with some members of the group theorizing that the markings were made by an animal, such as a rabbit or squirrel, bounding across the snow. Meanwhile, others argued that the tracks were from the famed Bigfoot. Hudson Valley is no stranger to high strangeness, as the area boasts a long history of bizarre UFO events and, last summer, was the site of a wild report wherein a woman claimed to have encountered an aggressive Sasquatch. Fortunately for the person who found these recent tracks, whatever created them had long since left the area, which may have saved them from a run-in with a similarly pugnacious cryptid.

     
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  7. pigfarmer

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    I'm on it ! I'll be out the door in 5 minutes !
     
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  8. Rick Hunter

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    Hmmm, I have seen running rabbits leave impressions somewhat like that when running as their front and back feet land in nearly the same spot. However, those impressions are alot smaller and look more indistinct due to the snow flying and dropping back into the track when the rabbit jumps again. It looks like whatever made those tracks was moving at a slower pace and actually compressed the snow down to the hard pack or ice. We have the same kind of snow here right now.
     
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  9. pigfarmer

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    Something about the way the feet were pointed not quite right. I'm thinking guy my size with fake feet. Look at my size 13 EEEE bootprints in the back yard right now - especially the ones with a little melt - and tell me I'm wrong :) You'd think Gigantopithicus is back there

    If I thought there was a group of people nearby who wanted to study UFOs or cryptids that didn't make me want to die from secondary embarrassment I'd join it in a blink. I think this woman has a small shop and this is part of their admittedly clever marketing.

    I'm no Daniel Boone but I've lived around here my entire life, spent plenty of time out in the woods cycling, hiking, camping and hunting and just can't make that leap. Nobody else over the years has even mentioned it until these cornpones came along. You want to make the argument, New York state even a short distance from here really does have zillions of acres of howling remote wilderness it could easily live in. Pennsylvania more so - and Stan Gordon certainly thinks it's squatchy over there. But just because you got a big pond it doesn't mean you got big fish in it. Or plesiosaurs.
     
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  10. SOUL-DRIFTER

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    That looks to me to be tracks left behind from a squirrel hopping, no rabbit or Bigfoot. IMHO
     
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  14. pigfarmer

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    that close up face - I've seen that on tv somewhere before. Les Stroud was out being dramatic about trees in the woods and they shot video of something exactly like that, could've been the very same clip
     

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