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Hi, all you bigfooters!

Post  sasquatch sue on Wed Oct 17, 2012 1:56 am

I am interested in new sightings and submitted evidence. I have a lot of field experience that I would like to offer when appropriate. I'm passionately interested in sasquatch behavior. I already know they exist because I have seen, heard, smelled them, observed sign, received thank you gifts as appreciation for food brought to them, and recorded vocalizations. I have also, heard various forms of communication between sasquatch. I only wish to add to the knowledge that people want to know about the sasquatch (that I have the highest regard for).
In studying sasquatch behavior I have learned the answers to all the questions I wanted to know about the sasquatch except two...and I only have theories about those.
Thank you for allowing me to be part of your forum.
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welcome!

Post  MylesLI on Wed Oct 17, 2012 7:07 am

sasquatch sue wrote:I am interested in new sightings and submitted evidence. I have a lot of field experience that I would like to offer when appropriate. I'm passionately interested in sasquatch behavior. I already know they exist because I have seen, heard, smelled them, observed sign, received thank you gifts as appreciation for food brought to them, and recorded vocalizations. I have also, heard various forms of communication between sasquatch. I only wish to add to the knowledge that people want to know about the sasquatch (that I have the highest regard for).
In studying sasquatch behavior I have learned the answers to all the questions I wanted to know about the sasquatch except two...and I only have theories about those.
Thank you for allowing me to be part of your forum.

You have a ton of experiences!! welcome! What are your two questions???? I'm sure I don't have the answers but many on this forum might!

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Re: Hi, all you bigfooters!

Post  Green911 on Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:15 pm

Please feel free to share your questions. I like hearing theories, and sometimes it takes fresh eyes to work out ideas.

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Welcome Aboard!

Post  ***** on Wed Oct 17, 2012 5:27 pm

We are glad to have you here. Thanks for joining. We would love to here some of your most intriguing experiences.


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To answer your question about my questions

Post  sasquatch sue on Wed Oct 17, 2012 7:28 pm

MylesLI wrote:
sasquatch sue wrote:I am interested in new sightings and submitted evidence. I have a lot of field experience that I would like to offer when appropriate. I'm passionately interested in sasquatch behavior. I already know they exist because I have seen, heard, smelled them, observed sign, received thank you gifts as appreciation for food brought to them, and recorded vocalizations. I have also, heard various forms of communication between sasquatch. I only wish to add to the knowledge that people want to know about the sasquatch (that I have the highest regard for).
In studying sasquatch behavior I have learned the answers to all the questions I wanted to know about the sasquatch except two...and I only have theories about those.
Thank you for allowing me to be part of your forum.

You have a ton of experiences!! welcome! What are your two questions???? I'm sure I don't have the answers but many on this forum might!

QUESTIONS
1. What do the sasquatch do with their dead? We know they don't just go off and leave a dead body like animals do. They gently carry or drag it off.

2. How do, presumably very large sasquatch manage to snap a mature tree off about four feet above ground in order to close roads they don't want people using? I've seen different size trees snapped. The biggest tree was 10" in diameter. 5" being average. Of course there was no evidence of tools being used.




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Re: Hi, all you bigfooters!

Post  Buk Was Here on Wed Oct 17, 2012 11:21 pm

Welcome, well the obvious guess is they bury their dead, or pick a real remote spot to die, and let nature recycle the corpse..

I guess just pure muscle to snap a tree, but there is still no proof that they do this..
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Re: Hi, all you bigfooters!

Post  Green911 on Thu Oct 18, 2012 2:17 am

From what I understand about Bigfoot behavior,is that they are in family groups (theory). So if one dies there may be another (or more)nearby to move, dispose, of a body. I think dragging/carrying a body to a remote location or even burying, are both good explanations.

As for the broken trees, it has been said that Bigfoot are good climbers, they may just climb the tree and shake it at a point to make the initial break, then get on the ground and pull to finish the job.

Good questions for thought.

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Re: Hi, all you bigfooters!

Post  Brandon25 on Sun Oct 21, 2012 3:10 pm

Hi, if you have seen the Bossburg (Cripple Foot print) you can easily see it is deformed. I've read that is was prob due to a broken foot. Most other animals wouldn't survive such an injury so I feel like they are in a family or group and take care of each other. If a BF knows its dying like most animals they will hide. And if there is a family they will hide it or bury it when the BF passes. I think that's why there's been no body yet.

The tree snaps seem to be around when there is activity, I think there is some connection. I feel like it is nothing but raw power that they use to snap it. I can't even speculate to the power it would take to snap a 5 inch tree or branch. I know one could tear me in half in a second if it wanted to. Lucky for us they chose not to. But there are a Few in the BF community I'd like to see used as bait! Haha

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Re: Hi, all you bigfooters!

Post  Danny Squatchanini on Sun Oct 21, 2012 11:04 pm

Watching the marathon of Finding Bigfoot. Matt is so full of it. The NY Bigfoot is what it is-a baby gibbon or whatever you call it coming off the shoulder of it's owner and the Jacobs photo is a bear with Mange. Cased closed.
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