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The Paul Freeman Film : Sasquatch / Bigfoot

 
FREDERICK FLINTSTONE

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Best film footage since Patterson-Gimlin IMHO ... Paul Freeman's reactions prove the authenticity of his filming
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"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."
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Wonder if any squatches were caught in the Cali fires ?
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Female Bigfoot giving birth ?
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Little grainy, shows classic cone shaped head, massive shoulders ....
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"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."
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I know there are plenty GLPers out there that are interested ... will keep posting the newest BF vids and info that come along ... cheers
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I've posted this before as I believe this is proof a bipedal primate lives and thrives in North America ... unless of course you believe all these native tribes are hoaxing

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Tshimshian Indians
"Cannibal"
A hoo la huk

Yup'ik Indian
Not Available
Atahsaia

Zuni Indian
"The Cannibal Demon"
At'at'ahila

Chinookan Indian
Not Available
Boqs

Bella Coola Indian
"Bush Man"
Bukwas

Kwakwaka'wakw Indian
"Wildman of the Woods"
Chiha tanka

Dakota (East)/Sioux Indian
"Big Elder Brother"
Chiye tanka

Lakota (West)/Sioux Indian
"Big Elder Brother"
Choanito

Wenatchee Indian
"Night People"
El-Ish-kas

Makah Indians
"Not Available"
Esti Capcaki

Seminole Indian
"Tall Man"
Ge no sqwa

Iroquois/Seneca Indian
"Stone Giants"
Ge no'sgwa

Seneca Indian
"Stone Coats"
Get'qun

Lake Lliamna Indian
Not Available
Gilyuk

Nelchina Plateau Indian
"Big Man with little hat"
Gogit

Haida Indians
"Not Available"
Goo tee khl

Chilkat Indian
Not Available
Hecaitomixw

Quinault Indians
"Dangerous Being"
Iktomi

Plains Indians
"The Trickster "
Kala'litabiqw

Skagit Valley Indian
Not Available
Kecleh-Kudleh

Cherokee Indian
"Hairy Savage"
Kushtaka

Tlingit Indian
"Otter Man"
lariyin

Hare Indian
"Bushman"
Loo poo oi'yes

Miwuk Indian
Not Available
Madukarahat

Karok Indian
"Giant"
Manabai'wok

Menomini Indian
"The Giants"
Matlose

Nootka Indian
Not Available
Mesingw

Lenni Lenape Indian
"The Mask Being"
Miitiipi

Kawaiisu Indian
"Bad luck or disaster"
Misinghalikun

Lenni Lenape Indian
"Living Solid Face"
Na'in

Gwich'in Indians
"Brushman"
Nantiinaq

Kenai Peninsula Indian
Not Available
Nant'ina

Dena'ina Indian
Not Available
Neginla eh

Alutiiq/Yukon Indian
"Wood Man"
Not Available

Oglala Lakota Sioux Indian
"The Big Man"
Not Available

Twana Indians
"Stick Indians"
Not Available

Coeur d'Alene/Spokane Indian
"The Tree Men"
Nun Yunu Wi

Cherokee Indian
"The Stone Man"
Nu'numic

Owens Valley Paiute
"The Giant"
Oh Mah

Hoopa Indian
"Boss of the Woods"
Omah

Yurok Indian
Not Available
Ot ne yar heh

Iroquois Indian
"Stonish Giant"
Qah lin me

Yakama/Klickitat Indian
Not Available
Qui yihahs

Yakama/Klickitat Indian
"The Five Brothers"
Rugaru

Turtle Mt Ojibway
Not Available
Sasahevas

Halkomelem Language
"Sasquatch"

Salish Indian
"Wild Man of the Woods"
Saskets

Salishan/Sahaptin Indian
"The Giant"
Sc'wen'ey'ti

Spokane Indian
"Tall Burnt Hair"
Seat ka

Yakama Indian
Not Available
Seatco

Yakama/Klickitat/Puyallup
"Stick Indian"
Seeahtkch

Clallam Indian
Not Available
See'atco

Coast Salish Indian
"One who runs and hides"
Skanicum

Colville Indians
"Stick Indians"
Skookum

Chinook Indian
"Evil God of the Woods"
Skukum

Quinault Indians
"Devil of the Forest"
Slalakums

Upper Stalo Indians
"The Unknown"
Sne nah

Okanogan Indian
"Owl Woman"
So'yoko

Hopi Indian
Not Available
Ste ye mah

Yakama Indian
"Spirit hidden by woods"
Steta'l

Puyallup/Nisqually Indian
"Spirt Spear"
Tah tah kle' ah

Yakama/Shasta Indian
"Owl Woman Monster"
Toylona

Taos Indian
"Big Person"
Tsadjatko

Quinault Indians
"Giants"
Tse'nahaha

Mono Lake Paiute
"Giant"
Tsiatko

Puyallup/Nisqually Indian
"Wild Indians"
Tso apittse

Shoshone Indian
"Cannibal Giant"
Tsonaqua

Kwakwaka'wakw Indian
"Wild Woman of the Woods"
Urayuli

SW Alaskan Eskimo
Not Available
Wetiko

Cree Indian
Not Available
Windago

Eastern Athabascan Indian
"Wicked Cannibal"
Wsinkhoalican

Lenni Lenape Indian
"The Game Keeper"
Xi'lgo

Nehalem/Tillamook Indian
"Wild Woman"
Yahyahaas

Modoc Indian
Not Available
Yayaya-ash

Klamath Indian
"The Frightener"
Yé'iitsoh

Navajo Indians
"Big God"
Yi' dyi'tay

Nehalem/Tillamook Indian
"Wild Man"
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" Edmund Burke

"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."
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This looks legit ....
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" Edmund Burke

"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."
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Anybody check out the last vid ? .... massive ... watch slow mo and watch the arm length
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"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."
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Bigfoot.

Is.

Real.

End.

Of.

Story.

"Run. Run hard, run now, run silent, run deep. Run like Mexican water through a first time tourist, but the key word here is: RUN!"
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A
Albatwitche, the manlike apple stealers (Susquehannock Native)
Almas
Almasty
American Ape
Anisau
Ape-Man

B

The Bad Smelling Tree Men (USA, ID, Coeur d'Alene, and WA, Spokane)
Barmanu (northwest Pakistan)
B'gwas (Haisla, Canada, BC)
Biabin-Guli
Big Big Hairy Figure With Eyes Sunk Deep In The Head (n.w. USA, Wakashan, Kwakiutl Tribe)
big hairy man, the messenger (USA, Hopi Tribe)
Big Hairy Monster
the Big Man (USA, western SD, Lakota)
Big Ones
Blacki
Boggy Boon
Boggy Bill (USA, east TX)
the Booger
Booger Man
Boogie Man
Boogy Monster
Boqs (s.w. Canada, Bella Coola Tribe)
Brenin Llwyd
Brother Who Comes Back Before The Next Very Big Winter (USA, SD, Ogala, Lakota)


Chinese Wild man

C

Caddo Critter
the Cannibal Giant (USA, Native American)
the Cannibal, who eats dead people (USA, Na-Dene)
Cave Monster
Cave Spirit
Cave Yeller (USA, KY)
Cer Ra Ca Wa "the turkey eater" (northern Mexico)
Chi-Chi
Chinese Wild man
Chiye-tanka, great elder brother (n.w. USA, Lakota)
Chuchuna
Ci-e (USA, SD, Pine Ridge Res.)
Crying Beast(USA, southern Ohio, 1800s)


Devil Monkey

D

Devils
Devil Monkey (USA, s.w. OK)
Destroyer Who Breaks Up Houses (USA, Na-Dene)
Doolagahi
Doolagahl (Aboriginal Australia)
Doolagarl (Aboriginal Australia)


E

Engeco


The Fouke Monster is named after
the town of Fouke, Arkansas

F

Ferla Mohair
The Fetid Beast
Forest Devil
Forest Giants
Fouke Monster

The Ohio Grassman

G

Gerendel (Old Danish)
Giganto
Gigantopithecines blacki
Gin-sung
Grass man
Gooligah (Aboriginal Australia)
Gugu (Sumatra)

Honey Island Swamp Monster

H

Hairy Bill (USA, TX)
Hairy Giants
Hairy Ones
Hairy Man, Hairy Woman, or Hairy People
"the hairy man (men) who appears as a symptom of disruption" (USA, SD, Lakota)
The Hairy People (USA, KY, Leslie County)
the Hairy Stinka Boo (USA, southern OH)
Hill Monkeys (OK)
Hokou
Holla Yella (USA, WV)
Holayela (USA, WV and east OH)
Hoodoo
Hoohoo
Honey Island Monster



I

Indin Hair Man (USA, WV)

Jacko

J

Jacko (Canada, BC)
Jimbra (Aboriginal Australia)
Jingera (Aboriginal Australia)
Jinka
The Jungle Man (India)

Kikomba

K

Kakundak (Africa)
Kaptat
Kecleh-Kudleh
Kikomba
King Kong
Kushtaka

Loup-garou

L

Loup-garou (French for wolf-man)
Long eared Ape

Mande Burung

M

Matlose (w.Canada, Nootkas Tribe)
The Man-Beast
Mande Burung (India)
Man-Monkey
Mannimal
Mapinguari
Mirygdy
Monkey Man (USA, OK)
Momo, Mo Mo (USA, short for 'Missouri Monster')

Ngoloko

N

Nant'ina
Narcoonah
Living Neanderthal
Nibagon
Ngoloko
Nguoi rung (Asia)
Ngui Rung (Vietnamese)
Nolem or Dog Eaters (USA, Nadene)
Noocoonah (Aboriginal Australia)
Nuk-Luk (North America)
Nu'numic (Aztec)
Nun Yunu Wi
Nyalmo (Asia)



P

Pongo

Orang Pendek

O

Oh-mah (USA, NE)
Old Hairy Bill (TX)
Old Yellow
Old Yellow Top (Canada, Ontario)
Old Ones Who Cry
Old Ones Who Run At Night
Old Skunky Bill (USA, east TX)
Opie (USA, TN and NC)
Orang Pendek (Oceania, Sumatran)
Ot-ne-yar-hed, the giants (north eastern USA, Iroquoian)



P

Pecos Bill (in the original TX legend he was huge and hairy!)

Quinken

Q

Quinken (Aboriginal Australia)



R

Red Eyes (Aboriginal Australia)
Rugaru (USA, ND, Ojibway)

Skunk Ape

S

Sasquatch, or sε´sq'əč (Halkomelem, A Salishan language, southwest British Columbia)
Seatco, the Wicked Giant (n.w. USA, native Nusqually)
S _ _ _ Man, or Men (USA, WV)
Skunk Ape
Skunk Demon
Skunky Bill
Stinkaboo
Stink Man
St' Iyahama (USA, OR, Umatilla)



T

Tah-tah-kle'-ah or Owl-Woman Monster (n.w. USA, Yakama and Shasta Indians)
Tsek Etinu's (USA, Na-Dene)
Tsiatko Giants (n.w.USA, native)
Stsomu'lamux (USA, Na Dene)
Taku he (native American, Lakota )
Tano Giant (Africa)
Teh-Ima (Asia)
Tch-lma
Tree Men (USA, ID, Coeur d'Alene, and WA, Spokane)
Tjandara (Aboriginal Australia)
Tha-tha Kla-yah-ma (n.w. USA, Yakama )
Thoolagal (Aboriginal Australia)
Tomy Knocker
Tobi Juan In The Wood (USA, Ark., Tenn.)
Tsawane'it Emux (USA, Nadene)
Tse'nahaha (USA, Paiute)
Tso'apittse (USA, Nevada)

Ucumar

U

Urayuli
Ucumar (Latin America)

Witiko

W

Weendego (USA, central to north-eastern, Ojibwa)
Wendigo (Algonquian, central to north-eastern USA)
Windego (northern USA)
Wetiko (central to north-eastern USA)
Wihalaid, the Cannibal Beast (USA, Na-Dene)
Windago (central to north-eastern USA)
Windikouk (central to north-eastern USA)
Who-Who
the Wigidokowok People(n.w. USA, Native)
Wildman
Wild Man Uncle (n.w. USA, Nehalem)
Wild Man Of Borneo
Witiko
Woods Child (USA, Ohio, 1800s)
Woods Booger (southeastern USA)
Woods Devils (USA, NH, Coos county)
Wooly Booger

Yowie

Y

Yahoo (Australia)
Yakaka
Yaroma (Aboriginal Australia)
Yeahoh (USA, KY, Algonkian)
Yellers
Yellow Top (Canada, Ontario)
Yeren (Chinese)
Yeti
Yowie (Australia)
Yuuri
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SKOOKUM is missing.
That's what the Indians up here in the PNW call them.
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Little grainy, shows classic cone shaped head, massive shoulders ....
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That was me looking for a place to drop a biskit.
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A common component of very many sightings reports is that the sasquatch's head is large, conical shaped and with such a thich neck on immense shoulders that the shoulders neck and head usually turn as one.

The head is small and turns easily, just like a man's would.

The figure moves slowly and clumsily, just like a man would.

I call fake.
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A common component of very many sightings reports is that the sasquatch's head is large, conical shaped and with such a thick neck on immense shoulders that the shoulders, neck and head usually turn as one.

The head is small and turns easily, just like a man's would.

The figure moves slowly and clumsily, just like a man would.

I call fake.
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A common component of very many sightings reports is that the sasquatch's head is large, conical shaped and with such a thich neck on immense shoulders that the shoulders neck and head usually turn as one.

The head is small and turns easily, just like a man's would.

The figure moves slowly and clumsily, just like a man would.

I call fake.
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Or no neck.
The chin looks to rest on the upper chest.
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do they really eat people and that's why people go missing in the woods?
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Female Bigfoot giving birth ?
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Sounds like an injured elk.
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Female Bigfoot giving birth ?
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Sounds like an injured elk.
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For comparison...

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I always thought this was his son in costume. Still do.

Sasquatch is real.
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i wouldn't be surprised if there is something way up north, like in northern Canada or Alaska.

But this video looks fake as hell. Those footprints look like a print made by a piece of plywood with a foot print cut out.
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Fun Watch !

New Footage Of Sasquatch/Bigfoot Ripping Out and Carrying Tree




Follow-up video with breakdown



Bump if you like :)
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Re-posting the initial you tube of the encounter with Paul Freeman ... one of the best (if not the best) video out there of the bipedal hominid.
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" Edmund Burke

"The greatest shortcoming of the human race is our inability to understand the exponential function."
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Now this is the kind of thread I can get behind!

Pretty interesting footage and the creature shares lots of similarities to the Patterson–Gimlin footage.

Very cool!
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Thread: UFOs, Bigfoot, Ghost, threads dont get much attention anymore because of "lack of proof."
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Bigfoot is real. The aliens told me
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High quality frames of Patty from the Patterson-Gimlin footage. If this is fake why fake a female bigfoot ?
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This looks legit ....
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Good stuff!
Pickle Suprise!
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Whatev-

Thing is just lumbering along like a doof- If there is a 'Sasquatch' he sure as shit doesn't move like this- Add the fact that dumbfuck basically yells 'there he is!" And Bigfoot doesn't even so much as take a glance or change his speed/direction- If it was that lethargic and oblivious, there would be PLENTY of footage, and hunters who shot one and stuff... no doubt.
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Don't get me wrong, I also think that there are such things mostly because of the longevity of stories from Native Americans also.

But, he is pointing to a trail that was conducive to footprints but, there is one facing one direction and one pointing the other way basically. What I would expect in such a scenario is at least some tracks that overlap in such a narrow trail and at least an series of left foot right foot imaging. That seems almost never to be the case of tracks leaving a trail behind that could be recorded.

As you point out their hearing would be very finely attuned to humans entering their space even if the wind were right to mask scents. They would seem to need to not only be large but also agile. The Patty footage does show a less lumbering more athletic creature.

The only thing that might negate it is if as stated he sees them regularly and they him, that they deem him harmless and are wary nonetheless thus moving on.
But, crossing the path is odd behavior. I could see hearing his approach and taking cover off trail. But, crossing into view for camera seems sketchy.
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Whatev-

Thing is just lumbering along like a doof- If there is a 'Sasquatch' he sure as shit doesn't move like this- Add the fact that dumbfuck basically yells 'there he is!" And Bigfoot doesn't even so much as take a glance or change his speed/direction- If it was that lethargic and oblivious, there would be PLENTY of footage, and hunters who shot one and stuff... no doubt.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76615058


Don't get me wrong, I also think that there are such things mostly because of the longevity of stories from Native Americans also.

But, he is pointing to a trail that was conducive to footprints but, there is one facing one direction and one pointing the other way basically. What I would expect in such a scenario is at least some tracks that overlap in such a narrow trail and at least an series of left foot right foot imaging. That seems almost never to be the case of tracks leaving a trail behind that could be recorded.

As you point out their hearing would be very finely attuned to humans entering their space even if the wind were right to mask scents. They would seem to need to not only be large but also agile. The Patty footage does show a less lumbering more athletic creature.

The only thing that might negate it is if as stated he sees them regularly and they him, that they deem him harmless and are wary nonetheless thus moving on.
But, crossing the path is odd behavior. I could see hearing his approach and taking cover off trail. But, crossing into view for camera seems sketchy.
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Rumour is that a lot of the Bigfoot footage is caught on tape due to proximity of younger ones including the Patty footage. Bears for example react very differently when young are involved ... 2 cents
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This one has good definition
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[link to www.bfro.net]

OBSERVED: Driving to Missoula early am. Seen something large and black moving very fast across mountain side. Pulled over when could. Driver looked with small pair of binoculars. Passenger tried to take cell phone photo. Object was very tall. Pure black. Moving so fast, passenger couldn't get it in focus. Driver was speachless at what he seen in binoculars. It was not a man running. Yet, it was going extremely fast up the mountain. Appeared very tall. All one color. Pure dark black from top to bottom. Driver described it as "long black hair and long arms". Driver is experienced hunter and outdoorsman and has never witnessed anything like this. Passenger got blurry pixelated photo. Cell phone was all we had.
Will never forget!!
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Re: The Paul Freeman Film : Sasquatch / Bigfoot
“ Either the most complex and sophisticated hoax in the history of Anthropology has continued for centuries without being exposed or the most manlike and largest non human primate has managed to survive in parts of North America and remains undiscovered by modern science. ”

( Prof G.W.Gill - President of the American Board of Forensic Anthropology )





GLP