Bigfoot....

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whippoorbill

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Well ... I've seen a walking, stalking tree (which ate my peanut butter and jelly sandwich, mind you); a 25-ft.-tall duck; and a man who evolved into a bush (Swamp Thing!), with photos to back me up, but Bigfoot? Come on, can we be serious here!
 

46er

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That GA thing has already been proved a hoax. I figure that the Jersey Devil must have mated with a local Bigfoot. The offspring have wings and took off to parts unknown, hence the number of bigfoot sighting all around the country. :jd:
 
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grendel said:
Whether in the pines or the canadian north it is foolishness to even consider the possibility of the existence of an undiscovered giant primate.

At this juncture, I'm not comfortable ruling it out altogether. Wasn't there a large group of a newly discovered species of Africa apes that recently made the headlines? In all fairness, I must admit to being a bit of a romantic when it comes to cryptozoology.
 
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So grendel, on the one hand you say that it is foolish to even consider the possibility of the existence of sasquatch, yet on the other hand you claim to have seen one. Do you think yourself a fool?
So why do you believe the screams you heard in the Pines were sasquatch screams? Did they sound ape-like?
 

grendel

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So grendel, on the one hand you say that it is foolish to even consider the possibility of the existence of sasquatch, yet on the other hand you claim to have seen one. Do you think yourself a fool?
So why do you believe the screams you heard in the Pines were sasquatch screams? Did they sound ape-like?

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Sue Gremlin

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At this juncture, I'm not comfortable ruling it out altogether. Wasn't there a large group of a newly discovered species of Africa apes that recently made the headlines? In all fairness, I must admit to being a bit of a romantic when it comes to cryptozoology.
While that discovery was fantastic, it was not a new species. Those were Western lowland gorillas.
 
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Sue Gremlin said:
While that discovery was fantastic, it was not a new species. Those were Western lowland gorillas.

Thanks, Sue. Still, there was a local population of 100,000 that were not known to exist until recently. Oh the possibilities...:ghost:
 
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