Sightings/Encounters?

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Sightings/Encounters?

Post by chumley » Jul 16 2007 9:18 am

First off, let me make my opinion known: I personally find this to be really amusing. Either some people have very vivid imaginations and no understanding of wildlife, or I'm jealous of where they get whatever they're on. :biggrin:

But I accidentally came across this website and since most HAZ members have spent plenty of time in many of the areas listed, I thought I'd post a link. You may find the same amusement I did, or perhaps you can corroborate a story?

http://www.bfro.net

Seems like Bigfoot likes Coconino and Apache counties the most.
I wonder (but not enough to search for it) if there's a similar site for Chupacabra sightings? :yikes:
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Re: Sightings/Encounters?

Post by joebartels » Feb 16 2017 4:27 pm

@Nighthiker @Dschur

the abdominal chalk foot man?
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Re: Sightings/Encounters?

Post by joebartels » Jun 05 2019 9:59 pm

The FBI released its 22 page file on Bigfoot today following a Freedom of Information Act request. The hair and tissue evidence was of deer family origin. Odd shaped deer with a heavy shag yet explains why he/she is a fleeting miracle.
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Re: Sightings/Encounters?

Post by Alston_Neal » Jun 06 2019 10:50 am

Well that explains the deer I've seen walking upright.....phew I thought it was the meds.
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