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The YouTube Bigfoot... What's It All Really About?
#1
For a few months, I've been keeping an eye on this Youtuber and what is allegedly happening on her property.
It's very strange, as she doesn't seem to want to capture footage of who-or-what is frequently visiting and messing
around her house.

The lady filming the post-antics on her porch, in her garage and possibly even inside her home, seems unconcerned
that there's a stranger -whether human or not, invading her family's territory and I'm just surprised at the lack of
standard ridicule the woman's footage has brought.

It looks fake-beyond-fake and even some commenting have suggested it's her husband 'gas-lighting' her by leaving
items, moving stuff and creating a scenario that looks like a friendly Sasquatch is cruising the place!

I can't see how this type of 'oh well, never mind'-style of recording an alleged creature can benefit the discussion on
whether Bigfoot is a real animal or not.
Thoughts?



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#2
3.4 seconds of fame ?
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#3
I couldn't watch the whole video @BIAD , it was torture! (Putting me to sleep!! LOL)
But, from what I did see, it looks like a woman keeps finding that small objects (A label/tag, birdhouse, lamp, clothes peg etc) are being moved around her porch (and other places) when she's not there, sleeping or simply not looking?

I didn't see any reference to (or evidence of) Bigfoot in the clips that I did watch (apart from the title of the video).

I'd be thinking:
a)Family member pranks
b)Attention seeking nut-job
or
c)Poltergeist activity
long before thinking "Bigfoot" given the evidence that was presented in the footage I watched.

Is there any compelling evidence in the full video (or her other videos) for the presence of a Bigfoot in her area or is it all like this?

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#4
Beats me man, but I doubt a bigfoot came into her house and took tootsie rolls without leaving a mess behind.   tinylaughing  
Seems more like someone pulling a prank on her to me.




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#5
I don't know, but I would think, Bigfoot is a little BIG to handle the Blue Tag and move those other items around and Not Break Something.

Maybe she needs to set up some of those Trap Cameras, if her husband won't buy them or install them, then I think you've found your Bigfoot.
Once A Rogue, Always A Rogue!
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(12-03-2017, 03:35 PM)gordi Wrote: I'd be thinking:
a)Family member pranks
b)Attention seeking nut-job

G
I'd go with one of these two!
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(12-03-2017, 04:24 PM)Mystic Wanderer Wrote: Beats me man, but I doubt a bigfoot came into her house and took tootsie rolls without leaving a mess behind.   tinylaughing  
Seems more like someone pulling a prank on her to me.

Oh I see... you're a 'Tootsieist' now, heh?!
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Rather than accepting that a giant shaggy beast of the forest entered her non-monitored, unlocked abode
whilst the elderly lady was napping and her uncaring husband was at work -plucked a particular food item
from her pantry and then left a number of them in a track outside...

And you think it may be a prank? minusculerolleyes tinywondering
I think you're right!!
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(12-03-2017, 03:35 PM)gordi Wrote: ...Is there any compelling evidence in the full video (or her other videos) for
the presence of a Bigfoot in her area or is it all like this?

G

From what I've observed, her videos seem to be all about household items being moved
when she wasn't looking. I think she has some-sort of 'yearning' that it's a Sasquatch playing
light-hearted games!

Personally, If I was her partner, I'd be be:
Checking the drinks cabinet.
Checking the medicine cabinet.
Purchasing a very large firearm.
Seeking psychiatric advice.
Considering the remoteness of the property, investing in a lock.
And finally
Maybe... maybe contemplating a tour with a possible bullet-riddled Bigfoot corpse.
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(12-03-2017, 04:30 PM)guohua Wrote: ...Maybe she needs to set up some of those Trap Cameras, if her husband won't buy them
or install them, then I think you've found your Bigfoot.

I think that's why some of her followers believed it too and she had to respond with a
'It's Not Jim' video!

It's a little worrying when a person claims
A huge animal is using the property as it's own.

Films an object in one place and then films it in another place without any continuity.

Wanders her home and due to her narration, implies that nobody in family (she has two step-sons)
is overly concerned for her safety.

Sees nothing wrong with this invasive behavior -whether it's a Bigffot or a human.

Decides that the world via YouTube would accept the unique situation and not judge her negatively.
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I only watched about a third of it before I fell by the wayside, probably asleep. In that time, I saw nothing at all that screams "bigfoot!", nor did I hear any explanation of why the woman thought bigfoot was involved.

"Batshit crazy" was, on the other hand, in strong evidence.

My best guess is that "Jim" is gaslighting the poor old woman, because he probably thinks it's funny to watch her scurry around looking for the next bit of "bigfoot evidence".

It did appear, however, that bigfoot works on cars in his spare time, if the greasy fingerprints (inside the house) shown are any kind of clue. Must have been a baby bigfoot, as the prints were kind of low on the door frame. Also, one might be forgiven for surmising that bigfoot can pick door locks so that he can get into the house and raid Tootsie Roll stashes.

I did see footprints going up the steps to the porch and on the porch itself in one of the segments, and have to wonder why she didn't point them out herself... although they WERE pretty tiny by bigfoot standards. Maybe that's why she didn't point them out. There was only one set visible, and if they were bigfoot, it looked like bigfoot was wearing hiking boots. However, if those prints were there, and bigfoot had also been there, why did bigfoot not leave his own set of prints, since conditions were obviously conducive to foot-printing?

I can also see bigfoot's apparent fascination with the snack pantry. I was sort of mesmerized myself - have you EVER seen that many bags of chip-clipped chips in one place at the same time? It boggles the mind!

What disturbs me the most is bigfoot's obsession with moving the poor woman's chair, ever so slightly. If I were bigfoot, I'd steal that chair altogether, so that I had somewhere to sit in the edge of the woods while watching the house for batshit crazy antics and munching out on stolen chips and Tootsie Rolls.

Life just don't get better than that!

Stuff like this kinda discourages me - it seems calibrated to make actual sightings of bigfoot seem batshit crazy by association. It's this very sort of thing that keeps me from telling my tale more often. I think it can probably be clinically proven that I AM batshit crazy, and if that's the case, and I think SHE is batshit crazy, how far down the totem pole does that place her??

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(12-05-2017, 04:08 AM)Ninurta Wrote: ...Stuff like this kinda discourages me - it seems calibrated to make actual sightings of bigfoot seem
batshit crazy by association. It's this very sort of thing that keeps me from telling my tale more often.

I think it can probably be clinically proven that I AM batshit crazy, and if that's the case, and I think
SHE is batshit crazy, how far down the totem pole does that place her??

This was the reason I posted the video and there are many like it.
It's takes the Bigfoot phenomena back into the area of Crazytown, where shadowy-leaves and sticks
leaning on trees are deemed proof of it's existence.

It's almost like an lazy urban attempt to bring a hairy myth close to homes because the investigative
work is too strenuous to do!

Most of the YouTube videos are interpretations of an opinion regarding the Bigfoot. In many of them,
it's merely stories, outlandish explanations of blurry images and the inevitable ending of not shooting
the creature or losing it amongst the foliage.
Ergo, no evidence.

For someone genuinely coming across a strange being in the woods, these types of videos guarantees
ridicule and keeps the subject in the 'paranormal' bracket.
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