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Bigfoot researcher to visit Fort Berthold

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A member of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization is expected to visit the Fort Berthold Reservation about the recent sightings of Bigfoot there.Kelly Berdahl, a field investigator from Bozeman, Mont., for BFRO, an international network of people researching Bigfoot, said he plans to be in the area in the next few days and hopes to talk to people who say they have seen the legendary creature.

He also plans to visit the locations of the recent sightings.

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STIX

Go Bigfoot!! Keep Running!!

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DreamRebel

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ScreaminEagle

Ya know, I watch all of these t.v. shows about groups going out to look for this ellusive creature and there are never any strong finds.

I was just wondering if any of these "researchers" have any idea what Non-Scent Spray or deodorant is? I hunt some during the winter months and I know that if a deer can smell your scent a Bigfoot definitely could. Deer will bolt if they even suspect a human.

If they exist, which I believe they do. I think that the people on these "hunts" should weigh in the factor of their own scent on their equipment and themselves. Possibly this could lead to a new find. If a creature with intelligence wants to stay hidden it will.

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