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Mr. Finding Bigfoot Matt Moneymaker
Founder and President of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization

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"1994 Ohio - Moaning Howl"

"These sounds were recorded by Matt Moneymaker in late autumn of 1994, in Columbiana County, Ohio, near the Ohio River."
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"1994 Ohio - Moaning Howl"

"These sounds were recorded by Matt Moneymaker in late autumn of 1994, in Columbiana County, Ohio, near the Ohio River."
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EVERYTHING that guy hears in the woods is a Bigfoot. LOL. The Bigfoot call they use is an Elk mating call. Any sporting goods store sells Elk calls that sound exactly like their Bigfoot calls.
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"About the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO)

Founded in 1995, the BFRO is now the oldest and largest organization of its kind -- a virtual community of scientists, journalists, and specialists from diverse backgrounds. The researchers who compose the BFRO are engaged in projects, including field and laboratory investigations, designed to address various aspects of the bigfoot phenomenon. As a result of the education and experience of its members and the quality of their efforts, the BFRO is widely considered as the most credible and respected investigative network involved in the study of this subject.

It has always been the policy of the BFRO to study the species in ways that will not physically harm them.

The BFRO organizes and reports observations and directs expeditions to places where the observations have occured. Through this process, the BFRO steadily improves the size and scope of its collective expertise about these animals.

The overall mission of the BFRO is multifaceted, but the organization essentially seeks to resolve the mystery surrounding the bigfoot phenomenon, that is, to derive conclusive documentation of the species' existence. This goal is pursued through the proactive collection of empirical data and physical evidence from the field and by means of activities designed to promote an awareness and understanding of the nature and origin of the evidence..."

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"Deer Kills and Bigfoots
by Matt Moneymaker. First published in 1995.


The first time I saw a deer kill stash was in November of 1992 while I was investigating a cluster of bigfoot reports near the border of Stark and Carroll Counties in Ohio. A handful of incidents happened near a group of farmhouses in a large tract of 50 year old second growth forest situated on reclaimed strip mines.

The first sighting involved a local bow hunter who was out hunting at dusk. He had shadowed a herd of 15 or so deer through the woods for a few hours. Just after sundown, he laid down at the edge of a field where the deer typically grouped together at night. Part of the herd was browsing, just out of bow range, in the field . He laid there for some time, sitting motionless, waiting for a buck to wander within range, when the whole herd suddenly fled into the tree line across from his position. Turning to his right, he saw what the deer were running from.

A large, upright, walking animal had snuck up to the edge of the tree line, apparently trying to approach the herd. The creature emerged from the tree line and saw the bow hunter about ten meters away. It let out a high-pitched screaming wail, described by the hunter as being far louder than any scream that any human could make. It screamed repeatedly four or five times, moved back inside the tree line where it briefly made a stomping sound, then moved back deeper into the trees. The hunter ran to the house of his friend, who lived nearby.

From that day forward, the residents of this house were more observant of the surrounding fields and tree lines.

A few days after the bow hunter's incident, his friend, Mike, while sitting in his kitchen, noticed that the entire deer herd was feeding close to the house. He sat at a table and watched the herd through the kitchen window for some time. As the deer browsed quietly, the owner heard a knocking sound coming from a wooded hillside overlooking the field with the deer. The knocking sound, which sounded like a piece of wood being hit against a tree trunk, was answered a moment later by a similar knocking sound coming from a wooded slope closer to his house. A moment after that, from the first hill, he reported hearing a short, loud, growling roar. In response, the deer herd bolted in panic toward the closer tree line -- at the base of the slope from where the answering knock had been heard.

The following day Mike decided to take a walk in the woods with his dog. He hiked up the nearby slope to a gated dirt road leading to a water tank back in the woods. As he walked along that drive he found a couple of manlike footprints, 14" x 6", very clearly imprinted in the mud on the edge of the road. He continued up the road to the water tank with his dog. Once at the tank, his dog wandered into the trees. Mike followed. The dog led him to what appeared to be the recently killed carcass of a young deer.

Mike continued to look around and found two more young deer carcasses. Each of the deer had at least one of its legs broken. These fractures were very noticeable as the limbs were violently twisted and contorted. The semi-frozen carcasses were otherwise basically intact (they had been nibbled on by small animals), there were no bullet or bolt wounds, and there was no other major trauma except for around the belly, which had been ripped open. The deer's intestines were still attached but had been pulled out of the belly and left in a pile along side the belly.

Over the next few days the owner, his wife, and other neighbors also noticed these same inexplicable knocking sounds emanating from the woods at various times of the day and night. Within a week the neighbors noticed that the deer herd had apparently moved out of the area. This coincided with a cessation of the knocking sounds.

When the owner met me the following week he was able to take me to the deer carcasses, which were more eaten by that point, but not pulled apart. The broken legs were still very visible.

Mike asked me if bigfoots attack deer. I told him what I knew at that stage -- I had read bigfoot books and reports for years, I had met and corresponded with dozens of bigfoot researchers, but never read or heard anything like that. Everything in print basically repeated the "nuts, berries, roots, and occasional opportunistic scavenging" assumption. Nowhere was there any suggestion of predatory behavior. Frankly, the thought of it conflicted with my impression of bigfoots as harmless woodland foragers. Resisting the possibility that these creatures, whatever they were, were out brutalizing Bambi, I asked him (and, thereafter, anybody who might shed light on it) if there was anything in nature or human activity that might explain it. Do farmers illegally cull deer herds this way -- by targeting baby deer? Do Ohio poachers typically trespass so close to farmhouses, several days in a row, and go after young deer without antlers, and carry the carcasses to one area, and partially gut them, but then leave the whole behind mess behind to rot? Are stray dogs known to carry road kills back to one spot, then open the belly and pull out the guts, then not eat the guts but leave the rest of the flesh intact? Could some pollutant or disease in the environment cause only young deer to drop dead all in one area? If so, then how did their legs get broken, and what other carnivores came along and got into their bellies without dismembering the body as they usually do? Do bears do this? Do cougars do this? What else is out there?..."

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"...As I learned, cougars and bears operate much the same way with deer kills. They drag the kills to the nearest, suitable spot and partially bury them with leaves and/or dirt. They'll feed on the remains until they're full, then "lay up" nearby until they're hungry again. They'll keep returning to the same kill until it's either completely devoured or too "ripe" to eat. In the dry regions out west cougars will occasionally wait alongside trails leading to watering holes. Over time a cougar may end up killing several deer in the same general area near a watering hole, but these kills will not be found piled up or collected in a stash. Cougars will concentrate on one kill at a time, and the conditions of the carcasses show obvious signs of a large carnivore's feeding. When cougars are feeding their offspring they regurgitate the remains back at the den unless it's small game.


In December of 1992 a different farmer in Guernsey County, 60 miles to the south of this first deer kill stash, reported seeing and hearing what he described as more than one bigfoot, near his home over the course of a few weeks. When I came to check it out, I found him to be a very credible old menonite farmer. His house was perched on top of a plateau near the edge of a steep slope forming the wall of a creek valley. The creek was one of the larger feeder creeks flowing into Salt Fork Lake. I ask him about the activity, and its consistency, and the possibility of staking out his property when the visitors returned. The farmer told me the activity happened only intermittently, and it only happened at night, and he hadn't heard or seen anything for a week or so.

During that first meeting he asked me, "Do these things kill deer ?" I answered, with a bit of a shudder I'm sure, "Uhhh ... why do you ask ?" He proceded to tell me how he kept finding these dead, young deer down by the creek. These deer hadn't been shot and his family had lived in that county for generations and had never known any animal to kill and collect deer like that. He was puzzled why some of their legs were broken and twisted around.

A few days later I and my wife returned to the Guernsey County farmer's place to look around. Following the farmer's directions, we looked for some deer kills on our own. Shortly we came upon one kill in the creek bottom. We spent some time examining it before enduring too many cuts in the briar.

This young deer was in substantially the same condition as those in Stark County when they were first discovered -- semi-frozen (the night time temperature in eastern Ohio is typically well below the freezing point from November to March), only nibbled on by small animals, guts hanging out, broken and twisted leg, no bullet wounds.

My wife is a M.D., the daughter of two veterinarians, and the granddaughter of a zoo curator. She has a much stronger stomach than I when it comes to closely probing stinking animal carcasses. It wasn't long before she noticed something curious in the open belly. The liver was gone. It's a rather large, dark reddish-brown organ that's sandwiched between the rib cage and the intestines. Carnivores don't typically go for the liver first, or the liver only. The wound that opened up the belly was not a clean cut, as with a sharp knife. The wound looked similar to those on the other deer carcasses in Stark County. The belly wasn't ripped and torn to shreds, the way a carnivore would do. It was just cut open with something dull. The impression my wife got was that the predator merely wanted to open the belly, move the intestines out of the way, lift up the rib cage, and remove the liver in its entirety. We looked around and found another carcass on top of a large rock outcropping, which the farmer had described. Then another at the base. We checked both, and both of the livers were gone. Truly a spooky sight.


In the summer of '93 I met up with a witness near Wills Creek in Coshocton County, about 10 miles to the northwest of the Guernsey Co. farmer's place. This witness was a retired machinist from Cleveland who had permanently relocated to his cabin in Coshocton. He was well known in the area because after his encounter he built a statue depicting the bigfoot he had encountered, and even posted a sign in front of his cabin proclaiming "SASQUATCH VALLEY". The story of his encounter goes like this : He was out hunting, in the fall, and had followed trails back into some of the more remote, uninhabited hollows of the Wills Creek area, a few miles from his cabin. He followed a deer trail to a cavelike overhang. Once inside the overhang he found a collection of severed deer legs. The rest of the remains were not present. The deer legs on the floor of the cave were neatly arranged side-by-side.

He sat down and rested. He said he was there a while before it happened -- the sasquatch returned to the cave. The old guy was paralyzed with terror as he sat there staring at this hair covered thing which stood motionless, staring back at him a few yards away, at the lip of the overhang. Eventually the old guy stood up and slowly climbed out the other side of the wide mouth of the cave. The sasquatch didn't chase after him.

In the fall of 1993, I followed up on a flap near Berlin Lake, Ohio. Several reported sightings occured in that area in October, 1993. A Portage County sheriff's deputy who investigated one of the sightings told me, upon my inquiry, about a find a few years previous by wildlife officers near the lake. Several deer where found dead, the carcasses were found close together near the edge of the lake. They had been "mutilated". Other than that the deputy didn't know any specifics regarding the conditions of the remains. Poachers had been ruled out, which indicated no bullet wounds, and there was no official explanation or further investigation. "Devil worshippers" was mentioned as a possible explanation.

In the winter of that year I was contacted by an acquaintence from the Berlin area who had found the carcass of young deer on the edge of field a mile or so north of the lake. By the time I got there the carcass had been there for a while. This one was frozen solid, partially submerged in a puddle which was solid ice. That prevented me from poking around in it's belly to see if the liver was missing. However the guts were along side it just like the others. The deer was otherwise in one piece. I spoke with a man whose house sat about 100 meters from this kill. I asked if he had ever seen any cougars or bears in the area. He hadn't. The only thing unusal was his wife's observation, a week before, of what looked like a large man's footprints in the snow close to their barn. They didn't know what to make of it, because from the tracks, it appeared the trespasser wasn't wearing any shoes, despite the snow and sub-zero temperatures.

In the summer of 1994 I was exclusively working one location in Columbiana County. It was at this location I obtained recordings of the unexplained vocalizations fitting the description of those attributed to bigfoots, both in Ohio and the Pac NW. I and the family on whose property I had recording equipment set up, were experimenting with various methods to attract and videotape the bigfoot they saw and heard repeatedly. Several residents in the area had also contacted me with sighting reports extending back to the mid '80's. It wasn't until late October that the family found the first of, what would, over the course of a couple weeks, add up to four, young deer carcasses in the woods near their house. I drove out to take a look at this first carcass and found it in the now familiar condition. Having obtained a lot of good video equipment by that point I was able, and now thought it wise, to video tape this carcass, showing the cavity where the missing liver had been, and the broken legs..."

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"More than one "Bigfoot" out there?"

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Not only does Mark Moneymaker believe Bigfoot exists, he thinks there are multiple Bigfoots. John Miller speaks with him about his journeys looking for the elusive creature -- or creatures!



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The Finding Bigfoot team is back in Ohio and Matt takes them to the legendary spot where he encountered his first Bigfoot."
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"Matt Moneymaker Returns to the Site of his First Bigfoot Encounter"



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Sasquatch are highly intelligent Holographic beings and will never be captured by humans.
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C'mon....his last name IS MONEYMAKER!!!!!
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Matt Moneymaker is a liar.


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Hereís a witness painting of a bigfoot in Ohio in the 1980ís. This encounter happened near Berlin Lake. My own face-to-face encounter happened in same area in July of 1994. Although there was less illumination in my case, not enough to see face details, I think itís the same one.

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He has lied about this so much in recent years

that he has come to believe it himself.

If Matt Moneymaker will lie about a claimed sighting, how many will not?
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Deer Kills & Bigfoot
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Posted on Dec 3, 2001, 4:38 PM


"...In the summer of 1994 I was exclusively working one location in Columbiana County. It was at this location I obtained recordings of the unexplained vocalizations fitting the description of those attributed to bigfoots, both in Ohio and the Pac NW. I and the family on whose property I had recording equipment set up, were experimenting with various methods to attract and videotape the bigfoot they saw and heard repeatedly. Several residents in the area had also contacted me with sighting reports extending back to the mid '80's. It wasn't until late October that the family found the first of, what would, over the course of a couple weeks, add up to four, young deer carcasses in the woods near their house. I drove out to take a look at this first carcass and found it in the now familiar condition. Having obtained a lot of good video equipment by that point I was able, and now thought it wise, to video tape this carcass, showing the cavity where the missing liver had been, and the broken legs.

Over the past few years I've brought up the subject of deer-related bigfoot sightings..."


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"Observed within the boundaries of the Berlin Lake State Wildlife Area, near Alliance, Ohio, in July of 1994. The sighting occurred around 2:30 AM. The witness, Brian Jones, said he stood approximately 15 feet from the "hairy man" and illuminated it with his flashlight for about 30 seconds. When first hit with the beam of light, the "hairy man" raised its left arm slowly and covered its eyes with its forearm. After a few seconds it slowly let its arm down to its side. It then tightened and flexed its chest and arms slightly, while squinting toward Jones with a stern facial expression. Jones (probably the most fearless bigfoot investigator in Ohio) walked away shortly thereafter. This drawing was made by Jones over the course of a few days, a month or so after the incident."

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"1994 Ohio - Moaning Howl"

"These sounds were recorded by Matt Moneymaker in late autumn of 1994, in Columbiana County, Ohio, near the Ohio River."
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Linda Moaning Howl?
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Matt Moneymaker is a liar.


"My own face-to-face encounter happened in same area in July of 1994."

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Deer Kills and Bigfoots
by Matt Moneymaker. First published in 1995.

"In the summer of 1994, I focused exclusively on one location in Columbiana County. Several residents in the area had contacted me with sighting reports extending back to the mid-1980's. I (and the family on whose property I had set up recording equipment) was experimenting with various techniques to attract and videotape the bigfoot the family had repeatedly seen and heard. Here I obtained recordings of the unexplained sounds that appeared to fit the descriptions of vocalizations attributed to bigfoots, both in Ohio and the Pacific northwest.

It wasn't until late October that the family discovered the first of what would, over the course of a couple of weeks, add up to four young deer carcasses found in the woods near their house. I drove out to take a look at the first carcass and found it in the now familiar condition. Having by that point obtained good video equipment, I was able, and now thought it wise, to video tape this carcass, showing the broken legs and the cavity where the missing liver had been.

The BFRO's database includes an account from Auglaize County, Ohio, regarding bigfoot predation on deer. It reportedly took place in late October, 1974. In this case the bigfoot dropped the deer upon encountering a coon hunter, but as in the other situations, a leg had been broken. In fact, the hunter reported that the deer's back was also broken and that the leg was pulled out of its socket and nearly twisted off.

I've brought up the subject of deer related bigfoot sightings with a few bigfoot researchers in this area of the country over the course of the past few years..."


This has turned into quite a tall tale...
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"Matt Moneymaker Returns to the Site of his First Bigfoot Encounter"



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Moneymaker is CIA.
Bigfoot is a creation of Tom Slick's SWRI, Texas based Southwest Research Institute.

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"Slick founded several research organizations, beginning with the forerunner of the Texas Biomedical Research Institute in 1941. His most well-known legacy is the non-profit Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), which he founded in 1947 to seek revolutionary advancements in technology. SwRI continues to advance pure and applied science in a variety of fields from lubricant and motor fuel formulation to solar physics and planetary science. He also founded the Mind Science Foundation in San Antonio in 1958 to do consciousness research."
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My own face-to-face encounter happened in same area in July of 1994.

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Matt,
You never had a face-to-face encounter with a bigfoot in Ohio in July of 1994 or any other time.
You used to admit that openly, casually and often...
Stop lying.
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And Cliff and Bobo know

and they went along with it anyway...
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Moneymaker is CIA.
Bigfoot is a creation of Tom Slick's SWRI
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Matt never had a sighting or claimed a sighting in Ohio

and ten years later still admitted he had never seen one

but ten years after that it turned into an exciting sighting...

for some reason...

somehow...
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Now he says of himself that he is "arguably the most respected debunker of bigfoot hoaxes and fake evidence."!

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Chutzpah?

Fake evidence hoaxer debunked above...
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C'mon....his last name IS MONEYMAKER!!!!!
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Matt Moneymaker is a liar.


"My own face-to-face encounter happened in same area in July of 1994."

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Deer Kills and Bigfoots
by Matt Moneymaker. First published in 1995.

"In the summer of 1994, I focused exclusively on one location in Columbiana County. Several residents in the area had contacted me with sighting reports extending back to the mid-1980's. I (and the family on whose property I had set up recording equipment) was experimenting with various techniques to attract and videotape the bigfoot the family had repeatedly seen and heard. Here I obtained recordings of the unexplained sounds that appeared to fit the descriptions of vocalizations attributed to bigfoots, both in Ohio and the Pacific northwest.

It wasn't until late October that the family discovered the first of what would, over the course of a couple of weeks, add up to four young deer carcasses found in the woods near their house. I drove out to take a look at the first carcass and found it in the now familiar condition. Having by that point obtained good video equipment, I was able, and now thought it wise, to video tape this carcass, showing the broken legs and the cavity where the missing liver had been.

The BFRO's database includes an account from Auglaize County, Ohio, regarding bigfoot predation on deer. It reportedly took place in late October, 1974. In this case the bigfoot dropped the deer upon encountering a coon hunter, but as in the other situations, a leg had been broken. In fact, the hunter reported that the deer's back was also broken and that the leg was pulled out of its socket and nearly twisted off.

I've brought up the subject of deer related bigfoot sightings with a few bigfoot researchers in this area of the country over the course of the past few years..."


This has turned into quite a tall tale...
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If Mr. Bigfoot will lie about bigfoot

who won't?
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If Mr. Bigfoot will lie about bigfoot

who won't?
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bigfoot is real, (see avatar)
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If Mr. Bigfoot will lie about bigfoot

who won't?
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bigfoot is real, (see avatar)
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I SAW ONE.

If Mr. Bigfoot will lie about bigfoot

who won't?
FINGERPRINTS of the GODS

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Bigfoot has its own spaceship. That's why we never could find them. They are up there.
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Mr. BFRO Finding Bigfoot Matt Moneymaker lies about seeing bigfoot.

Period.

C'mon, somebody direct Matt here.

C'mon Matt, say otherwise...

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