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Old 22nd September 2017, 03:37 PM   #121
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Good lord, Oklahoma is becoming the number one place for Bigfoot myth mongering:

http://www.tahlequahdailypress.com/c...cf8f993b2.html
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Old 22nd September 2017, 05:40 PM   #122
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Originally Posted by jerrywayne View Post
Good lord, Oklahoma is becoming the number one place for Bigfoot myth mongering:

http://www.tahlequahdailypress.com/c...cf8f993b2.html
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Noted author and TV personality Lyle Blackburn . . .
Noted by whom, exactly?

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Old 22nd September 2017, 06:34 PM   #123
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Nut cracking station.

You guy's are too much

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Old 5th October 2017, 10:59 AM   #125
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Dang Agatha, it was the most interesting news in this thread in awhile and it was absolutely related to Wood Apes.
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Old 5th October 2017, 11:07 AM   #126
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Anyone interested in Justin Beiber's inverted nipples and how that's a common characteristic of wood apes? I don't think he's a member here.
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Dang Agatha, it was the most interesting news in this thread in awhile and it was absolutely related to Wood Apes.
Dang Agatha, it was the most interesting news baldest-ass assertion in this thread in awhile and it was absolutely related to Wood Apes.

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Old 5th October 2017, 05:59 PM   #128
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Oh well, I leave it up to y'all to figure out who I was talking about.
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Old 8th October 2017, 08:19 AM   #129
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I don't see how you can sit there and say that the Mountain Monster Yahoo attack was an "obviously fake encounter."

In the link below, they fend off an attack by the Ohio Grassman. Clearly this is a skilled group of investigators who know their way around the woods.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=118-FfG6ZAs
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Old 8th October 2017, 10:54 AM   #130
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That is the most asinine show, have you watched it recently?
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Old 8th October 2017, 11:06 AM   #131
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That is the most asinine show, have you watched it recently?
I haven't... has it gotten worse?
Awesome.
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Old 8th October 2017, 12:17 PM   #132
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Originally Posted by Pterodactyl View Post
I haven't... has it gotten worse?
Awesome.
Wiki: "More recently the recurring Rogue Team has spied on and sabotaged the AIMS team and their investigations."
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Originally Posted by Pterodactyl View Post
I don't see how you can sit there and say that the Mountain Monster Yahoo attack was an "obviously fake encounter."

In the link below, they fend off an attack by the Ohio Grassman. Clearly this is a skilled group of investigators who know their way around the woods.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=118-FfG6ZAs
"Clearly." Actually the version I watched was punishing, probably a bootleg from Russia. Some doofus had meticulously edited out any visual of the Grassman® himself. The show just became spooked fat guys in the woods at night. On a whim I looked up "entertainment" in the dictionary and cripes almighty there they are, number 13 on the I-Guess-It's-Entertainment list, though they are listed under their prison gang name, Chester's Molesters. Who knew?!
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Old 9th October 2017, 06:03 PM   #134
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Originally Posted by Pterodactyl View Post
I haven't... has it gotten worse?
Awesome.
Beyond bad.
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It's so bad, that you have to treat it as a bigfoot comedy/parody show, and then it's good.
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Old 11th October 2017, 03:48 AM   #136
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Originally Posted by LTC8K6 View Post
It's so bad, that you have to treat it as a bigfoot comedy/parody show, and then it's good.
That's my take. It's a Finding Bigfoot spoof, basically.
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Old 11th October 2017, 04:58 AM   #137
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The area X stuff was very much like a spoof show.

I am thinking of pitching a sitcom pilot based loosely on the antics of Area X people, Northern Lights and The Guy at BFF who thinks Bigfoot lives in a park in Chicago, I mean seriously, think of the dialogue.

Just the tree break incident would be one 1/2 hour episode.

Then you have your Bigfoot was pretending to be a Log episode

Of course you would have to do an episode on the Echo Incident.

and the Feet tangled in a chair, popping off a few rounds at a rustiling shadow, while falling incident.

The Good N Plenty incident of course

The episode where the lead actor has a pretend flip out about people walking on public property near his area.

The discovery of the nut-cracking station
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Old 11th October 2017, 09:44 AM   #138
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It would be just as good as Mountain Monsters. We missed the boat on commercialization of bigfoot.
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The area X stuff was very much like a spoof show.

I am thinking of pitching a sitcom pilot based loosely on the antics of Area X people, Northern Lights and The Guy at BFF who thinks Bigfoot lives in a park in Chicago, I mean seriously, think of the dialogue.

Just the tree break incident would be one 1/2 hour episode.

Then you have your Bigfoot was pretending to be a Log episode

Of course you would have to do an episode on the Echo Incident.

and the Feet tangled in a chair, popping off a few rounds at a rustiling shadow, while falling incident.

The Good N Plenty incident of course

The episode where the lead actor has a pretend flip out about people walking on public property near his area.

The discovery of the nut-cracking station
Needs more Sasfooty.
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That is the most asinine show, have you watched it recently?
I've only watched it a couple of times. On one of the episodes they "almost" captured a fire elemental. That really cracked me up. The hilarious part is that any time they supposedly get near anything interesting the cameras show their faces in closeup instead of whatever they are supposed to be looking at. As I recall, that same pattern was used on ghost hunters and finding bigfoot.
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That's my take. It's a Finding Bigfoot spoof, basically.
So you're saying that the difference is that the "Bigfoot researchers" on Finding Bigfoot don't realize they are chasing nothing and look ridiculous whereas these people have always known.
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Lately there is some weird bigfoot group that claimed to have a bigfoot body, or something to that affect, and they are leaving clues in the woods for them to follow, kind of like bigfoot MYST.
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So you're saying that the difference is that the "Bigfoot researchers" on Finding Bigfoot don't realize they are chasing nothing and look ridiculous whereas these people have always known.
I'm saying one is a parody of the other.
I think the producers of Mountain Monsters said something like, "This finding bigfoot crap is ridiculous. Let's turn that up to 11."
And it's pretty funny. Not that I actually watch full episodes of the show, but the youtube clips crack me up. Can't help it.
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Well it's like a train wreck you can't look away from to me. In one episode the young morbidly obese one was kidnapped and zapped by a bigfoot and left in a catatonic state in an abandoned house. That was pretty funny.
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I think the producers of Mountain Monsters said something like, "This finding bigfoot crap is ridiculous. Let's turn that up to 11."
Or maybe they said, "Duck Dynasty is ridiculous and so is Finding Bigfoot. Wow, what if we combined the two?"
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They did an excellent job.
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Just the tree break incident would be one 1/2 hour episode.
So many . . .

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screaming at frozen lake to break up the ice with it sonic powers
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"No one in this world...has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people." HLM

And in this case they've actually made a small fortune by doing exactly that. IMO all these ZR (zero resolution) shows appeal to a certain type who "doesn't wanna think" after 5:00 PM (if they have thoughts at all). So let's watch a bunch of oddly hatted or bearded freaks run around the countryside screaming and yelling at phantoms because abject laziness?! Me thinks they're not "watching" near as much as they're waiting for death with their TV tuned to that channel.
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Just stumbled across this thread and haven't read Part 1 yet. I'm not a bigfooter but sometimes a thread title catches my interest and I'll peep it out.

I've watched a couple of the shows mentioned in here out of curiosity but I've never heard about the Rob Lowe show y'all are talking about. I don't have much interest in watching people yelling in the woods at night anyways. It's like watching someone fish in a dry pond and expecting to see them catch a big bass.

IMHO the capture of an actual Bigfoot would be known throughout the world looong before any movie or TV show was released, but I'd watch every second of something like that just to see everything that led up to the capture.
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That's what these shows count on, ignorance and man's interest in finding a potential missing evolutionary link.
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That's what these shows count on, ignorance and man's interest in finding a potential missing evolutionary link.
FTFY
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FTFY

Probably not worth arguing over, but if you look at the comments below the Youtube links to these clips/shows, it is apparent that the vast majority of the viewership is more interested in mocking the entire premise than buying in to the nonsense.
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Probably not worth arguing over, but if you look at the comments below the Youtube links to these clips/shows, it is apparent that the vast majority of the viewership is more interested in mocking the entire premise than buying in to the nonsense.
Yes, I should have added, "They also count on people liking to make fun of Bigfooters and their fool's errand."
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Yes, I should have added, "They also count on people liking to make fun of Bigfooters and their fool's errand."

I can't sit through shows like that. Conspiracy theories seem to be gaining momentum recently and I do not want to give them any more ratings. But mainly, I just can't tolerate watching it or listening to people talk about it. I'm over it. It is far from entertaining to me.
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No way is Bigfoot going to touch Rob Lowe. Not in Oklahoma, anyway.

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The locals probably got you all worked up about the "wood ape" because it's kind of cool to say their version of a ghost story got Rob Lowe scared.

Storytelling is something Oklahomans do pretty well. Bigfoot. Spook Light. Hex House.

I'm not sure what happened on that night in the mountains, but it wasn't Sasquatch.

With as many hunters around those parts, one would have already been nabbed and mounted by now.


I think the author agrees, Rob Lowe's hair is too nice for even Bigfoot to muss up.



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I wonder if Woody-the-Bigfoot really and truly knew the cosmic value of having Rob Lowe (the famous Hollywood actor, not the former porn star, wait nevermind) out lookin' for him. He could have cleared the entire matter up in seconds with Rob, but nope not dumb Woody. Now it's all just hints and allegations of hints and allegations and blurry 8x10 glossy photos of dreams that coulda been.
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Hi Harry, Hope all is well with you sir.
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WGBH how is it going?

Still on the Bigfoot hunt?
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WGBH how is it going?

Still on the Bigfoot hunt?
If he is, he should head to Chicago.
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Giant rocks they crash like thunder
Their numbers I can't count
Never hitting solar panels
barley near the panel's mount
Unloading guns at fleeting shadows
You dare-NOT release the hounds

In the Valley, of the Wood Apes
Just run for coooovver...
In the Valley, of the Wood Apes
Don't cry for heeeeeelp


Giant trees collapsed by muscle
Ant's jaws did not do this.
That log lied prone a moment past
It was there when I did piss.
The after-action live-report
showed our bullets must have missed

In the Valley, of the Wood Apes
Just run for coooovver...
In the Valley, of the Wood Apes
Don't cry for heeeeeelp
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