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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Bigfoot and a Helicopter Crash

I've read a lot of stories of bigfoot rescueing children, hikers with broke legs, snakebite victims, even carrying an elk carcass for miles for hunters because they had been given some peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. This has led me to believe that these creatures are not only intelligent but compassionate.
Then I hear stories like this: http://www.bfro.net/GDB/show_report.asp?id=2393
In reading this report about bigfoot and a helicopter crash, I note that none of the witnesses report any attempts by the creatures to actually try to eat the men that were pulled from the wreckage.

There is the possibility that these creatures were actually trying to help the men trapped in the wreckage.
 If this is true, I hope that none of the creatures were shot.
William Mayes

5 comments:

  1. The film that Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin made in 1967 of Bigfoot was real. The study that Nasa did on the film stated that the creature had both human and gorilla characteristics. Half man and half gorilla. A human-primate hybrid. A man made creature.

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  2. Baloney. Humans and apes have a different number of chromosomes. They can't interbreed. It's been tried a number of times but there was never any success.

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  3. I didn't know that NASA made a study of the Patterson film.Why would the space agency study Bigfoot?
    Perhaps you are referring to the NASI report. Here is a link to an abridged version at Bigfoot Encounters:
    http://www.bigfootencounters.com/biology/nasi.htm
    NASI Stands for North american Science Institute.
    I don't agree with all the conclusions in this report.

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  4. You should read this post:
    http://www.hairygiants.com/2010/05/case-against-ape-theory.html.
    The NASI report made some misinterpretations of the Patterson film in my opinion.

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  5. Patty, imo, is human, but not homo sapien sapien. Homo erectus/heidelbergensis, erectus/sapien, heidelbergensis/sapien? The most puzzling part is the purported sagittal crest. Heidelbergensis is plausible because of the immense size of some individuals.

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I've lived in the woods and came to know and understand the creatures that inhabit it. I have compassion for all God's creatures, most especially the creature known whimsically as "bigfoot", since he is more like us than any other. I am now an old man and unable to run around in the woods. If I were able I would be out there right now trying to prove his existence. I started this blog to try to express some of the ideas and speculations I have had on bigfoot. I am not into bigfoot social events. I don't gossip about other bloggers. I try to keep myself informed of events. My ideas and opinions are my own and I make no apology for them. They are not written in stone and I welcome any and all civil comments. I am looking for the truth, not fame.

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