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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby atreehugger » Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:14 pm

Heres a link to a recent TV program of Searching for Bigfoot in the Sierra (above Fresno) :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4Ap66I03ZI

Surprising how many folks in Shaver Lake area have had Bigfoot experiences.
You may think twice when hearing a noise in the night...Enjoy the video!



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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby gdurkee » Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:48 pm

Ancient Aliens seems to propose that Bigfoot is an alien insertion,


No. I think cats are an alien insertion. They're just waiting for the Mother Ship to come back, then they'll smother us all in our sleep.
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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby rlown » Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:23 pm

Funny you should mention cats.. A neighbor's feral cat just got into my back yard. Bubba went on attack. He got 4 wounds. Hopefully, the cat doesn't have rabies even though Bubba just had his shots.

Let's just say if the aliens return to pick up cats, and this one appears again in my backyard, they'll be one light on the trip back.

Now let's return to our happier search for those that can't be found.
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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby Vaca Russ » Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:47 pm

rlown wrote:Funny you should mention cats.. A neighbor's feral cat just got into my back yard. Bubba went on attack. He got 4 wounds.


Russ,

I have had a "feral cat" for years. He was one tough bad boy in his day. He use to bring home live everything including chickens and rabbits. He is on his last leg now. He is about half his normal weight. He is still the boss of his two little sisters.

Cats play dirty pool. When he started getting old, he would go out and pick fights with other cats, then run home, being chased, jump the fence, only to introduce his adversary to his two little "sisters". :D

Those girls would teach that cat a lesson.

I hope Bubba is OK!

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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby rlown » Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:55 pm

don't know if the cat has an issue. It might as I tried to scare it away before, and it hissed at me.

And now i don't know if Bubba is ok. I treated his wounds, but that means nothing for days.

Seriously, go back to finding Bigfoot.. That which does not exist (in my mind) :D

I can find cats.. Find a bigfoot and don't advertise it on TV while you are effortless to find one.
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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby lizardhaven » Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:02 pm

in the summer of 1980 i lived on Euclid Avenue in Upland, Ca. if you drove north on the street, it would join with Mountain Avenue and become the road to Mt Baldy. i had two sons, one 7 and one 13, and we often drove up to the mountain to hike and have a nice day. My brother Mike liked to tell tall tales. He came to visit and wanted to take the boys and dogs to camp overnight. that was fine with me, and i did not go since it would be the first time since i was a mother that i would be all alone.
they came back the next day with Mike talking about seeing bigfoot and also UFO's. etc. i paid no attention. but when my son talked to me he said there was some light in the sky that he had no idea what it was, and dd not think it was anything out of the ordinary.
then he told me that during the night he was awakened by the ground thumping, and something huge running past their camp. he said it smelled terrible. he was a very truthful boy and i have no doubt that what he said happened, happened.
i think that it was within a year that we went to Disneyland and on tom sawyers island they had a bigfoot center where i saw a map that showed a sighting at some time either in Azusa or LaVerne, i think, both foothill communities that were as near to the mountains as we were, and about a 20 minute drive from our house.
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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby rlown » Tue Jun 18, 2013 3:12 pm

first, welcome to HST.. Second, why report on bigfoot? prove it first.
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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby Vaca Russ » Sun Jul 21, 2013 6:54 pm

I will never have a problem with Bigfoot as long as I have these two vicious hounds standing guard.

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Vigilant Sisters


:) :)

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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby rlown » Sun Jul 21, 2013 7:06 pm

Bigfoot seems to use my hot tub now. He and Bubba might get along well.

A strange weekend for animals here. First, my wife wakes up and finds a black cat fell into the pool. Yes it lived (note i didn't say i got up). Then the next morning, There's a dog in my back yard, which is surrounded by chain link because of the pool. No holes. Bubba had a friend, but the dog left. I'm still scratching my head on that one as the dog could have only slipped out one place. Tried to use Bubba to locate the hole; no dice.

Bigfoot must have opened the gate..
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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby maverick » Mon Jul 22, 2013 1:55 pm

Thought I saw bigfoot up towards Island Lake in the Dinkey Lakes Wilderness wearing
some red shorts Russ. :lol:
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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby Vaca Russ » Thu Sep 26, 2013 8:25 am

I was drinking coffee this morning. The girls heard a noise outside and broke into full-fledged "attack of the zombie" mode. They raised such a ruckus I had to investigate. :eek:

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Not big foot but still pretty fierce looking!


They made sure that monster wasn't going to eat anything from my garden. I had to physically drag them back into the house. They were kicking and screaming the whole way! :nod:

Thanks,

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Re: Seeking Bigfoot Encounter Stories

Postby kd6swa » Thu Sep 26, 2013 9:11 am

WOOOOOOOOOEEEEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.
Live Action! :D
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