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On Bigfoot's trail

Posted on Wednesday, 31 December, 2008 | Comment icon 4 comments


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"In her day job as an archaeologist, Kathy Moskowitz Strain looks for traces of people who dwelt long ago in the Stanislaus National Forest."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Neognosis on 31 December, 2008, 16:12
I'm sure she'll have her own sighting any time now.
Comment icon #2 Posted by Hatch on 31 December, 2008, 18:48
Good article, I hope she finds one and just documents it without disclosing the location so no one goes hunting for it. If they do exisit, it woud be a shame to kill one just to prove it's exisitance.
Comment icon #3 Posted by Neognosis on 1 January, 2009, 1:21
- Comment removed - No, I'm serious. If you wander about in the woods with bigfoot on your mind constantly, eventually you'll convince yourself that you see him. Of course, it will be a bear, a tree, a stump, etc. But you might fully convince yourself that you saw bigfoot. Same thing with fairies and gnomes. If you want to see one bad enough, and you have it on your mind, eventually you will. No, trees don't walk. But the brain can think it sees shapes moving and walking in the right circumstances, and can misinterpret those shapes. This is a credible and realistic phenomena.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Hatch on 1 January, 2009, 7:40
We've been through this before, however I'll indulge you once again. No, trees don't walk. But the brain can think it sees shapes moving and walking in the right circumstances, and can misinterpret those shapes. This is a credible and realistic phenomena. You do have a valid point but I'd like to think serious researchers are a little more careful than that. With so many reports and so many foot prints and various other bits of information it should be researched by serious researchers that back it up with proof. Hopefully, not a body.


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