Click Link below to take you to the video: The Only Known Bigfoot (Sasquatch) Trap in the World.
The video is by Dan Jarrett and is 7:07 minutes long.
Now, WHY A TRAP IF THERE IS NO SUCH THINK AS BIGFOOTS?
A question to ponder!
My husband, Christopher Perry, and I enjoy hiking in the forest. I do not want to round a curve and come face-to face with a bigfoot. I don’t want to see a bigfoot, unless it is far enough away that it can’t see me. Why? Because these animals scare me!
I’m so thankful we, my son and I, didn’t see the bigfoot on our hike at the
If a bigfoot prowled my yard, I’d call the police. It would be up to that agency to decide what to do with the bigfoot. I know bears in yards are handled one of two ways: If the animal has hurt someone, it’s shot. If it has harmed no one, it is darted and hauled off to the forest. I expect the same to happen to a bigfoot. I can’t remember how a mountain lion is handled. I can only remember them being shot.
I strongly believe we forest users, and forest workers, should know that bigfoots exist. I STRONGLY BELIEVE THAT NO ONE, NO AGENCY, HAS THE RIGHT TO KEEP EARTH’S ANIMALS FROM
Tim has left a new comment on your post "Sighting From the Past With Warning":
Absolutely true. Bigfoot is dangerous when people are close no matter what color they may be.
Ann talks in her comment about a yellow female. Actually many people describe the color as yellow meaning a dirty blonde color I suppose.
I was just reading about a bigfoot back in the late 1800s that is thought to have killed four prospectors up on Upper Sixes River In Oregon. The said color of that beast was yellowish according to the people who saw it. That bigfoot had a powerful hate for intruders. Some other older stories even mention a reddish bigfoot near the Three Sisters Wilderness in 1991.
Color pigmentation cannot be used to gage these primates behavior. We need to consider all of them as dangerous. Any wild animal in the frorest will protect their young anyway they can.
Thank you, Tim, for your great comment. ... LNP
Well... Searching for the animal's
tracks, anyway. I don't expect to
see a bigfoot. I believe they are
just too good at staying away from
humans. When one is seen, it has
made an error, a mistake.
What do you think?
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