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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Now What?

I am starting to think that maybe we should pay more attention to Robert Lindsay. I just don't know anymore. My gut instinct, which is usually never wrong, tells me that the DNA evidence was all just another event that would leave us still wondering if Sasquatch are flesh and blood creatures AND more so, if they truly exist.

I had been leery from the beginning due to Biscardi's involvement, Ketchum's track record for not producing favorable outcomes for her customers, and The Smeja story, the Erickson Project...it all just seemed so convenient how they all went hand-in-hand.

I feel like maybe I am out of touch? Then I see this story today from Robert Lindsay and I am thinking to myself, are people really seeing a Bigfoot in this blurry trail cam photo?


Have I become so cynical and jaded that I can't see the Squatch through the trees?

I would love to hear feedback from you all on this because I think maybe I am failing to grasp the inevitable truth that maybe Ketchum is legit. Maybe Smeja did kill a Bigfoot. Maybe the government doesn't really care if we prove Bigfoot exists.

Talk to me.

Maybe this photo IS of a Sasquatch picking up apples in Vermont?


5 comments:

  1. To me, unless irrefutable evidence is proved, then we're left to just make up our own minds on he subject. Everything is a maybe. Maybe Ketchum is legit - maybe Smeja did shoot one - and maybe the gov't doesn't care. We're no more ahead or behind than we were previously, which is fine. We'll just continue to fantasize and hope for ourselves that we can witness something amazing one day - which is really what keeps us going.

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  2. Sometimes I feel that these people do more harm to us the true reseachers in our quest in looking for our forest friends. I am not sure about Dr. Ketchem and her studies but as for Biscardi and that dirtbag from Califorida Smeja who claimd to have killed a bigfoot as well as the two idoits from Georgia have and still do more damage for the studies of bigfoots than anyone else alive. I know that each time I go out into the woods in my area I know that I am not alone for they are out there watching me. Maybe one day they will honor me to be able to see them up close.

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  3. I feel more than a little frustration too. My big credibility problem with the Smeja report is that he doesn’t come across as any kind of hunter I’ve ever heard of or known. I have a 40 years of hunting, tracking and deep wilderness experience. I subsisted by trapping furbearers, wearing my snowshoes with 40” of new powdered snow on the ground. I’ll reiterate; no-body hunts for bear with a 25.06. Smeja doesn’t talk like a hunter, act like a hunter (according to his own described actions). These issues are paramount in my estimation of the reports creditability, (which IMO is zero).
    Because of this the entire sample issue is more than suspect. The odds are incredibly low that Smeja shot any sasquatch.

    Our entire way of thinking is up for major revision in my opinion.

    Sasquatch is a physical reality, of that much I’m sure but an entire paradigm shift is badly needed if this fact is ever to be proven. We need to throw out everything we think we know!

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  4. I feel more than a little frustration too. My big credibility problem with the Smeja report is that he doesn’t come across as any kind of hunter I’ve ever heard of or known. I have a 40 years of hunting, tracking and deep wilderness experience. I subsisted by trapping furbearers, wearing my snowshoes with 40” of new powdered snow on the ground. I’ll reiterate; no-body hunts for bear with a 25.06. Smeja doesn’t talk like a hunter, act like a hunter (according to his own described actions). These issues are paramount in my estimation of the reports creditability, (which IMO is zero).
    Because of this the entire sample issue is more than suspect. The odds are incredibly low that Smeja shot any sasquatch.

    Our entire way of thinking is up for major revision in my opinion.

    Sasquatch is a physical reality, of that much I’m sure but an entire paradigm shift is badly needed if this fact is ever to be proven. We need to throw out everything we think we know!

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  5. I simply enjoy reading information about bigfoot. I, however, do believe that as citizens of earth we have the right to know about all, I mean all, the animals that our Creator put here. I don't believe that any single one of the departments of government has a right to keep secret this animal from us. If bigfoot is known to these departments they have an obligation to tell us. Just my opinion. Linda Newton-Perry of the online bigfoot magazine, Bigfoot Ballyhoo

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