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Filmmaker claims that Bigfoot may feast on the blood of wild animals

By T.K. Randall
April 26, 2024 · Comment icon 42 comments
Bigfoot walking through the forest.
Does Bigfoot kill and eat wild animals ? Image Credit: Bing AI / Dall-E 3
Bigfoot researcher and filmmaker Kelley Lockman has a theory concerning the discoveries of carcasses drained of blood.
If there really is a species of unknown, bipedal hominid roaming the forests of North America, what exactly does it eat and why have we never found any evidence of it ?

According to Kelley Lockman - a Bigfoot investigator and filmmaker - the discovery of a dead buzzard and deer in the woods of North Carolina recently could provide an answer to this very question.

Both animals had seemingly been drained of blood by some sort of predator.

Lockman believes that this predator could in fact be Bigfoot.
"I think this one was a wa[r]ning to us," he wrote on Reddit. "There was no blood. I have recorded witness testimony describing a very similar scene. It may be that they just drink the blood."

In his latest documentary, Lockman interviews Carolyn Allen - a dog owner who believes that a Bigfoot might have been responsible for killing her two German Shepherds.

Both dogs had been drained of blood, she noted, despite being kept behind an 8ft fence.

"It was like it had broken their necks. There was no blood or nothing," she said.

"It's hard to describe - they were looking backwards."

You can check out the documentary for yourself below.

Source: Irish Star | Comments (42)

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Comment icon #33 Posted by Trelane 20 days ago
Wait just a minute. How can there be "plenty" of evidence of BF eating anything, when there is zero evidence of the creature, as described, existing?
Comment icon #34 Posted by Kenemet 20 days ago
(excellent math.  Was going to do this but you beat me to it.) I think we'd notice a Deer-pocalypse (assuming that you need at least 30 individuals in every area where Bigfoot has been spotted).
Comment icon #35 Posted by Alchopwn 19 days ago
Agreed.  Calorie-wise, BF is not going to be an hemovore.  Even if BFs were able to obtain blood without killing the deer, it wouldn't work.  The idea that "Dracula" or some other vampire has turned one or more BFs into a vampire is getting a bit demented. BFs are big animals and they will eat carcasses.  Most people who encounter BFs complain that "skunk apes" stink, and a good part of the stench is that of rotting meat and blood.
Comment icon #36 Posted by Trelane 19 days ago
This is also absurd and not backed by anything.  This notion of BF even existing is speculative opinions not grounded or supported by anything scientific. Where in the world are you pulling this statement from? I mean I do have an idea where ("fourth point of contact" IYKYK), but there is no proof of the creature existing let alone any of the additional claims you are making. Or is it only your speculation on the fabled beast, as described?
Comment icon #37 Posted by Resume 19 days ago
Just their imagination, once again Running away with them . . .  Here's a video of an extremely rare animal hunting its prey in an extreme habitat. Note the non-blurry nature of the clip.  
Comment icon #38 Posted by the13bats 19 days ago
I once ran into a semi famous BF believer ( and of course the subject made him a profit ) I said you adamantly believe Bigfoot exists, he said yes, with no doubt, I said then with the total lack of evidence there is just as much reason to believe fairies, elves, trolls, wendigo, etc exist since they all have the same amounts of supporting evidence, (none) as BF His reply was to the effect a hodge podge of words about all the evidence they do have to support Bigfoot and those other mythical creatures are not of his interest but very well may exist. I remember the late John green couldn't give a... [More]
Comment icon #39 Posted by Trelane 19 days ago
That's the problem unfortunately for BF. Sure there have been sighting s and stuff but none of it has ever held up to investigative scrutiny. The eDNA samples taken in various areas has confirmed that the animal, as described, does not seem to exist.. I want to believe we're all not finding the smoking gun evidence. I've still thought that in all my camping expeditions I might experience something. I mean if Joe six-pack from Eugene, or Barry bag 'o donuts from Snoqualmie Pass can have these experiences and sightings, it stands to reason that I should have had something by now.
Comment icon #40 Posted by the13bats 19 days ago
There's several very respected accredited DNA experts who are interested in the BF phenomenon and 100% of samples tested are known non BF creatures with the exception of samples that do not yield results which I recall the one DNA expert being rather upset that true believers grasp unknown equals BF when it simply doesn't work that way. I heard one arrogant BF believer who made claims of seeing BF countless times going on to say that seeing Bigfoot is like hitting a major lottery I'm in the mindset that folks like you who spend time out there should experience something and dont is very odd.
Comment icon #41 Posted by mestlc 19 days ago
Unless Bigfoot is running on mostly iron, this doesn't make sense. I don't entirely believe this creature is real. I think the only reason people talk about it today is because for some people, it became their life's purpose. That is fine I guess but I feel like there are way better things to commit your life to. Just me though! I just never saw any solid proof on it and stuff like this makes me doubt it even more. 
Comment icon #42 Posted by the13bats 19 days ago
Lifetime devotees,  All of the horsemen of Sasquatchery have passed on with Byrne sadly leaving us last year, none of these guys ever gave any evidence to support that BF exists, These guys jumped on the BF hunt in the 50s when maybe they actually considered it could be real and they all made profit off their hunting some like John green strayed making up stuff and duping people others stayed more true at least on the surface that they believed It had to be hard as decades passed and still zero as far as evidence goes, now debunking is a mouse click away and fewer people are credious enough t... [More]

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