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One helluva of a BIGFOOT STORY ... NEW

 
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I know ... I always have my camera ready esp. when my dog is being decapitated
 Quoting: FREDERICK FLINTSTONE


Says "NEW." Everyone has a camera or at least a cellphone today, even people in Alaska.

So, you watch a Bigfoot rip your dogs head off and do not even consider photographing the dead dog or the fight area even if you missed the Bigfoot pic?? Absurd.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74852947


she was 54 in alaska

she might not be as cell phone savy as most of us
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 68355388


The funny thing is that if she did take a picture, someone would cry "Fake! As if she just happened to have a camera at that exact time. Fake!"
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 54151901


Just "happened to have a camera" at the dog body clean up? The fact that she didnt photograph what happened to her dog leaves a huge red flag in this story. Ripping off a head is not a clean cut and would appear much different from anything else.
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So many different names by the Native Tribes .... but they don't exist right ?
 Quoting: FREDERICK FLINTSTONE


Just because the Indian tribes have a name for it doesn't mean it exists.

Take religion and god for example...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74158151


Different tribes all over North America therefore different beliefs.

Tshimshian Indians


n/a


"Cannibal"

Yup'ik Indian


A hoo la huk


n/a

Zuni Indian


Atahsaia


"The Cannibal Demon"

Chinookan Indian


At'at'ahila


n/a

Bella Coola Indian


Boqs


"Bush Man"

Kwakwaka'wakw Indian


Bukwas


"Wildman of the Woods"

Dakota (East)/Sioux Indian


Chiha tanka


"Big Elder Brother"

Lakota (West)/Sioux Indian


Chiye tanka


"Big Elder Brother"

Wenatchee Indian


Choanito


"Night People"

Makah Indians


El-Ish-kas


"n/a"

Seminole Indian


Esti Capcaki


"Tall Man"

Iroquois/Seneca Indian


Ge no sqwa


"Stone Giants"

Seneca Indian


Ge no'sgwa


"Stone Coats"

Lake Lliamna Indian


Get'qun


n/a

Nelchina Plateau Indian


Gilyuk


"Big Man with little hat"

Haida Indians


Gogit


"n/a"

Chilkat Indian


Goo tee khl


n/a

Quinault Indians


Hecaitomixw


"Dangerous Being"

Plains Indians


Iktomi


"The Trickster "

Skagit Valley Indian


Kala'litabiqw


n/a

Cherokee Indian


Kecleh-Kudleh


"Hairy Savage"

Tlingit Indian


Kushtaka


"Otter Man"

Hare Indian


lariyin


"Bushman"

Miwuk Indian


Loo poo oi'yes


n/a

Karok Indian


Madukarahat


"Giant"

Menomini Indian


Manabai'wok


"The Giants"

Nootka Indian


Matlose


n/a

Lenni Lenape Indian


Mesingw


"The Mask Being"

Kawaiisu Indian


Miitiipi


"Bad luck or disaster"

Lenni Lenape Indian


Misinghalikun


"Living Solid Face"

Gwich'in Indians


Na'in


"Brushman"

Kenai Peninsula Indian


Nantiinaq


n/a

Dena'ina Indian


Nant'ina


n/a

Alutiiq/Yukon Indian


Neginla eh


"Wood Man"

Oglala Lakota Sioux Indian


n/a


"The Big Man"

Twana Indians


n/a


"Stick Indians"

Coeur d'Alene/Spokane Indian


n/a


"The Tree Men"

Cherokee Indian


Nun Yunu Wi


"The Stone Man"

Owens Valley Paiute


Nu'numic


"The Giant"

Hoopa Indian


Oh Mah


"Boss of the Woods"

Yurok Indian


Omah


n/a

Iroquois Indian


Ot ne yar heh


"Stonish Giant"

Yakama/Klickitat Indian


Qah lin me


n/a

Yakama/Klickitat Indian


Qui yihahs


"The Five Brothers"

Turtle Mt Ojibway


Rugaru


n/a

Halkomelem Language


Sasahevas


"Sasquatch"

Salish Indian


"Wild Man of the Woods"

Salishan/Sahaptin Indian


Saskets


"The Giant"

Spokane Indian


Sc'wen'ey'ti


"Tall Burnt Hair""

Yakama Indian


Seat ka


n/a

Yakama/Klickitat/Puyallup


Seatco


"Stick Indian"

Clallam Indian


Seeahtkch


n/a

Coast Salish Indian


See'atco


"One who runs and hides"

Colville Indians


Skanicum


"Stick Indians"

Chinook Indian


Skookum


"Evil God of the Woods"

Quinault Indians


Skukum


"Devil of the Forest"

Upper Stalo Indians


Slalakums


"The Unknown"

Okanogan Indian


Sne nah


"Owl Woman"

Hopi Indian


So'yoko


n/a

Yakama Indian


Ste ye mah


"Spirit hidden by woods"

Puyallup/Nisqually Indian


Steta'l


"Spirt Spear"

Yakama/Shasta Indian


Tah tah kle' ah


"Owl Woman Monster"

Taos Indian


Toylona


"Big Person"

Quinault Indians


Tsadjatko


"Giants"

Mono Lake Paiute


Tse'nahaha


"Giant"

Puyallup/Nisqually Indian


Tsiatko


"Wild Indians"

Shoshone Indian


Tso apittse


"Cannibal Giant"

Kwakwaka'wakw Indian


Tsonaqua


"Wild Woman of the Woods"

SW Alaskan Eskimo


Urayuli


n/a

Cree Indian


Wetiko


n/a

Eastern Athabascan Indian


Windago


"Wicked Cannibal"

Lenni Lenape Indian


Wsinkhoalican


"The Game Keeper"

Nehalem/Tillamook Indian


Xi'lgo


"Wild Woman"

Modoc Indian


Yahyahaas


n/a

Klamath Indian


Yayaya-ash


"The Frightener"

Navajo Indians


Yé'iitsoh


"Big God "

Nehalem/Tillamook Indian


Yi' dyi'tay


"Wild Man"
 Quoting: FREDERICK FLINTSTONE


To indians, every odd rock or lake or stream was a "scared" site and had a name. Proves nothing.
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Re: One helluva of a BIGFOOT STORY ... NEW
bigfoot will always remain a mystery, even though bigfoot doesn't exist and always will be fake

bigfoot stories = no photos
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05/20/2017 12:24 AM
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Re: One helluva of a BIGFOOT STORY ... NEW
bigfoot will always remain a mystery, even though bigfoot doesn't exist and always will be fake

bigfoot stories = no photos
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 73733285


There seems to be two types of "Bigfoot" creatures:

1) Creatures that behave like bears, harassing campers, breaking branches, leaving footprints, etc.

2) Creatures that behave like spirits or demons, appearing and disappearing at will, not leaving footprints, etc.


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