Giganto Trail!? Why would anyone name a trail "giganto"? The trail must be used by Gigantopithecus blacki regularly. Wow! Why would they name a hockey team Giants? Must be a lot of sightings in the good O' Coliseum!
Post by bigfoothunter on Sept 19, 2010 13:55:36 GMT -5
McDonald had recently opened his Youtube thread for posting again, but after Steenburg and Myself challenged the inconsistent things Bruce McDonald was saying, then McDonald blocked the thread again. So much for open and honest debate!
Brisson claimed his stump Creature to be around 7 feet tall. The recreation photo of Steenburg shows that Brisson's claim was not true. In fact, none of the alleged Sasquatch in the shoulder and neck area are visible whereas Steenburg's is. Nothing has been offered by you or Brisson to the contrary."
At first when pressed why McDonald had not shown the ground ahead and behind his ground indentation that he claimed to be from a Sasquatch, Bruce said it was because the culprit could be heard breaking sticks and such just ahead of him, thus Bruce took off after the creature. He remarked that he regretted that he never did a better job of documenting the area.
When he was again pushed many times to explain why he had not gone back and done a follow-up ... McDonald's story morphed to him having gone back and looked for tracks right up until dark. This is inconsistent with his first reply.
It is also worth noting that on McDonald's video there are no sounds of anything breaking sticks just ahead of him, nor was there any urgency heard on McDonald's part that he needed to give chase to a Sasquatch just ahead of him.
As to photo of Tomas behind the stump - I also thank for it. But I have some objections, shall write them later, now I'm in lack of time...
You recently had a chance to spend time with Bruce McDonald and Randy Brisson. While out in the forest, McDonald claimed that a rock(s) were being thrown from behind a log and/or a stump. McDonald had video taped your being there and when you asked where the alleged rock was that Bruce claimed to be thrown, he replied by telling you not to worry about where the rock was and to keep looking at the stump if you wanted to see a Sasquatch. Do you remember this event?
At one point it sounded like you wanted to walk up to the stump and see if there was really a Sasquatch behind it and it sounded like McDonald didn't want you doing this. McDonald mentioned something about isn't it enough proof for you to have rocks being thrown at you.
My question to you is .... Did you find McDonald and the alleged rock throwing incident to be somewhat suspicious? Did it make sense to you that McDonald didn't want you to see the alleged thrown rock??
Did it make sense to you that he didn't want you to walk the short distance over to the stump to see for yourself if there was a Sasquatch hiding behind it and throwing rocks???
I would appreciate your feelings on that alleged rock throwing incident. When I look at the video it appears that McDonald was not being honest and was merely trying to fool you into thinking there was a Sasquatch behind the log. www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctupfsllpU0&feature=related
I look forward to your response.
This is important for there are those who are easily taken in by hoaxers. Here is a link of one such individual who thinks he sees two Sasquatch. Isn't it typical that he starts out by apologizing for the poor degraded images before going on to tell us that he thinks he sees two Sasquatch.
Isn't it true that if an image is bad enough ... you can imagine you see just about anything. However, its not reliable and why clear photos should be studied. Would you not agree?
I gather from the video that Bruce was not able to get you to believe that the ground disturbance was from a Sasquatch foot ... is that correct? If so, good for you.
Did that ridiculous attempt of McDonald's tell you anything about his inability to know what a real Sasquatch track should look like?
I personally was thinking how bad Bruce must have felt for you to turn down his pitiful idea that a Sasquatch made that print. Your walking away spoke volumes as he rambled on about how he is the Sasquatch 'experiencer'.
Post by westerncanadian on Jun 3, 2011 13:34:46 GMT -5
The pathetic attempts by MacDonald in trying to persuade Burtsev those are toe marks is a real indication of how ludicrous his so-called research is. "I am an experiencer?" What does that mean? He obviously is experiencing delusions about those holes in the ground. If those were made by a foot, where are the others. Look how soft the ground is. There should be tons. Good on Burtsev in refusing to believe this absolutely silly nonsense by a guy who is a discredit to the sasquatch community of B.C.
Those who do not learn from the errors of history are doomed to repeat them - George Santayana.
Westerncanadian is a law enforcement professional who enjoys the investigative and critical thinking components of sasquatchery.
Post by bigfoothunter on Jun 5, 2011 1:19:06 GMT -5
McDonald seemed to be trying to make the case for Brisson's past claims. Telling Igor not to worry about the alleged thrown rock, but to instead keep his eye on the stump only a short distance away as if to prevent Igor from seeing that Bruce was hoaxing him. Only Bruce would be stupid enough to be filming the stump and claim a rock was thrown when the camera showed no such thing. There is no doubt that Bruce was doing what he could to keep thinking that Randy wasn't a rock throwing hoaxer. I told Brisson once that McDonald is his worst enemy and Randy seemed to agree ... but then we see them two boobs together and at it again.
"My Polaris has taken me places where myth has become a reality!" Bill Miller/ July 2008
"More than once I have wished I had not seen one of these creatures for true dedication does not come easy and the price has been a high one for me personally.
Post by bigfoothunter on Jun 5, 2011 1:29:00 GMT -5
Brisson's latest video with Igor will show that Randy has continued to lie about his alleged Sasquatch encounter. If Randy was smart ... he'd come clean and try to salvage some dignity. If he wishes to play it out - no problem. More to come soon!
So, Cameranut bids us all a goodbye, and 1 post later he's back! He obviously can't stay quiet. He'll just be back under a different name anyway. Cameranut. Well, the last part of his name is definitely accurate. Seriously, he suggests that red orbs and telekinesis are connected with BF. The guy believes that BF causes his headaches with telepathy. His headaches are obviously caused by his brain having trouble trying to make sense of all the nonsense being crammed into it. He needs to pick one 'unknown' and concentrate on just the one, rather than combining them. BF does not get from one location to another, or continent to another, by riding in spaceships. I've actually read a report where they said that they witnessed a craft landing, and BF walking out! And they link that to why they cannot be found and why there are worldwide sightings. But back to the main topic. That photo of the head in the tree is the weakest photo I've seen. Why is the face so much darker than anything else in the photo. It's like it isn't effected by the occurring light and shadows as the rest of the scene. There is nothing impressive about it in any way. I don't believe that anyone said that he 'doctored' the photo as cameranut suggests. I believe that the qualities of the photo may show that it hasn't been altered. That still does not mean that the photo is of a real BF. It isn't exactly difficult to go and place something in the tree. So why did he bolt outta there after rapid-firing the three shots? Isn't his purpose to find BF??? So, there he is, and he bolts?? REALLY!!!! If you're that frightened of BF then why choose to search for BF? How are you supposed to study something if your reaction is to run away from it? The video. Ugh! So lame. I could make that same thing every time I go out. Everyone could. There isn't a thing in that video that suggests BF. Even if the rocks were really thrown, nobody seen what or who threw them. You cannot automatically say that it was BF. That happens to me, the very first thing that I'm thinking is that someone's tossing rocks at me. The last thing I'd connect it to is a BF, even if I'm searching for them. After that, rocks are definitely getting tossed back. If it still continues, then I'd look for the culprit. After I chambered a round. Show me a video of BF tossing rocks. After seeing one, then I'll consider it a possibility. What 1000 lb. animals is cameranut familiar with, to have an idea of what it's weight must have been. No 1000 lb. animal is walking alongside them the whole time without being heard or seen. Do people not understand how big a 1000 lb. BF would be? Insanely enormous. Shaq is 300 lbs. and around 7 ft. tall. Use his image as a comparison and now over triple his size. Impossible. People's minds have formed an image of the BF 'monster' and grossly oversized him. Those are big slippers to remain silent also. The other 'encounter' that bothers me is when people suggest a splash in the water is a BF throwing a rock at them. I'm out on lakes alot at night. I go out in the evening on my pontoon boat flyfishing. Pitch black out, headlamp to see, kicking around the lake dragging a fly. Huge splashes occur alot. My reaction? Nice fish! The last thought in my mind is that a BF is tossing rocks at me. Oh sure. I could start screaming and splashing my way back to my truck, bolt outta there, and tell everyone about my amazing BF encounter. Or! I could enjoy the peacefulness of the evening and continue catching fish. I always choose the latter. I've found the snapped trees and had a couple strange events, but I still don't claim that they were BF-related. They may very well be, but until I witness one, they are just strange events. And if I did see BF but was unable to get video-proof, I sure wouldn't be wasting my time trying to convince others that I saw it. If you chose not to believe me, fine, I'd know what I saw. I catch a 30lb. fish and release it, but never got a photo of it. You don't believe I caught a 30lber. I don't care. I know I did. I caught it for me. For my enjoyment. Not for someone else's. I would not waste senseless time arguing about something that cannot be proven. It's pointless. I don't believe many BF reports. That doesn't mean that they aren't true. But if there isn't sufficient proof, it also doesn't mean that they are. Good work, Thomas, on exposing obvious hoaxes. And their attacks on you and the rest here are foolish anyway, since their apparent evidence is so, so weak.
I truly like the way you think!
"We should not allow possibilities to become assumptions!": John Green
Cameranut. Well, the last part of his name is definitely accurate. Seriously, he suggests that red orbs and telekinesis are connected with BF. The guy believes that BF causes his headaches with telepathy. His headaches are obviously caused by his brain having trouble trying to make sense of all the nonsense being crammed into it. He needs to pick one 'unknown' and concentrate on just the one, rather than combining them.
Even Brisson has since said that McDonald is nuts and yet they did the Igor at the stump video after all that - go figure!
That photo of the head in the tree is the weakest photo I've seen. Why is the face so much darker than anything else in the photo. It's like it isn't effected by the occurring light and shadows as the rest of the scene. There is nothing impressive about it in any way. I don't believe that anyone said that he 'doctored' the photo as cameranut suggests. I believe that the qualities of the photo may show that it hasn't been altered. That still does not mean that the photo is of a real BF. It isn't exactly difficult to go and place something in the tree. So why did he bolt outta there after rapid-firing the three shots? Isn't his purpose to find BF??? So, there he is, and he bolts?? REALLY!!!! If you're that frightened of BF then why choose to search for BF? How are you supposed to study something if your reaction is to run away from it?
The original Brisson story was to say that the creature ducked behind the stump and hissed at him, thus Randy decided to immediately flee the area. As with other parts of his bogus tale, Randy later changed his story. Hesaid to Igor that he watched it run off into the woods, which I assume that is supposed to account for Randy's estimated nearly 7' height for the subject.
But of all the bonehead things he said over time ... his getting three perfectly centered pictures ... on a near perfect axis (both horizonally and vertically) of the stump ... all without using the viewfinder while shooting all three pics from the hip and even moving a step or so before shooting the next pic(s) from the hip of all things.