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    I find it fascinating that some videos don't last long on You Tube. Many of the clips in this thread have been taken down. Why?? The compilation clip I posted last week up above is now down, but I managed to download it when it was up. I've learned that when I come across a good Squatch compilation, I need to download it because eventually it won't be available. That one up above didn't even last a week.

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    Quote Posted by Spellbound (here)
    I find it fascinating that some videos don't last long on You Tube. Many of the clips in this thread have been taken down. Why?? The compilation clip I posted last week up above is now down, but I managed to download it when it was up. I've learned that when I come across a good Squatch compilation, I need to download it because eventually it won't be available. That one up above didn't even last a week.

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    Yes, that short video (just under 4 mins) is WELL worth watching very carefully. One clip at 3:18, clearly of a Bigfoot mother carrying her child, I thought was extraordinary.

    In the Avalon Library, here:

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    Wow...this is really an amazing collection.
    Also...the style of walking seems nearly always coherent.

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    Quote Posted by Bill Ryan (here)
    Quote Posted by Spellbound (here)
    I find it fascinating that some videos don't last long on You Tube. Many of the clips in this thread have been taken down. Why?? The compilation clip I posted last week up above is now down, but I managed to download it when it was up. I've learned that when I come across a good Squatch compilation, I need to download it because eventually it won't be available. That one up above didn't even last a week.

    Dave - Toronto
    Yes, that short video (just under 4 mins) is WELL worth watching very carefully. One clip at 3:18, clearly of a Bigfoot mother carrying her child, I thought was extraordinary.

    In the Avalon Library, here:
    Yes, that's the Independence Day footage from a few years back. Here is ThinkerThunker's breakdown of it (originally posted in page 1):



    And here is Bigfoot Tony's breakdown of the same footage here (originally posted on page 6).



    Some people think it's too good to be real so it must be fake. Hard to fake when a baby squatch is involved, imo. While there is definitely faked footage out there to be had (Rick Dyer tent footage for example, imo)...I believe the Independence Day footage to be the real McCoy.

    Bill, thx for saving the above compilation clip and posting it in the library. There's some good stuff there.

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    At 13:27 in her latest livestream (yesterday), Linda Howe plays recordings of what are claimed to be Sasquatches screaming, recorded last month in NW Ontario. It's a very close match with an earlier recording, which Linda also plays, made 41 years ago by a woman who was actually observing three of the creatures at the time, NE of Seattle.

    It's hard to imagine a spookier, scarier, eerier, more hair-raising noise made by something in the wild. Bigfoot researchers reading this, do listen.


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    This is fascinating Bill. Thanks for posting it. When we lived among the Navajo and later the Inuit tribes in Dillingham AK there were times when we talked with elders about these forest people. I have shared some of that with people and the stories were quite interesting. I worked hard on relationships for years with them to build trust and it took some work to do that to get them to open about some of this but they did and it isn't a question with them as to if they exist or not they simply know that they are out there.

    One professor, and a Navajo or Dine` native that taught at the Community College in Tsaile told me a story about times these men of the forest had children with no hair. They'd on occasion mate with a female of our species but it was rare that this produced children according to this man. They only produced children for some reason when the male did it with one of the female forest people that was usually insistent. Stories told would be that the female would wait until the man fell asleep for the morning and then hop on him making a baby. The times this happened he said if the baby was born with hair the forest people kept the baby and raised it as their own. At times though, one would be born like a human with no hair and then they would actually come into the camp of humans at night, make a rukus and when it got quiet and people investigated they'd find a child. This child he said would grow to incredible heights, was incredibly in tune with things no human noticed and had much greater strength than even ten normal men being reported to lift logs up over their shoulder and carry them off when ten men struggled with it. He said this all with a straight face in all seriousness.

    He also said their primary diet is insect galls. They can make a meal out of an entire tree of some species he said and all plants are prone to these insect larvae galls which by the way contain all the essential amino acids, calories, sugars, fats, proteins, vitamins and anti-oxidants to sustain life. Being so tall they'd be able to feast all the way up a lot of trees too. He also went into some detail about the differences between the ones I'd see in four corners USA if I was to witness one vs say if I saw one in the midwest of the USA. According to him the ones down south in Texas, AZ, NM, and OK are barrel chested tall land and cave dwellers not the type that climb trees. At some point in these states that seems undefined to humans they mingle and sometimes have territory disputes with the other group that is tall and lanky and climbs. This one is said to be one with scent glands on the forearms also. He said they don't get along at their border areas at times but they are not reported to be violent with each other. He suggested there were hybrids of those also and that perhaps the ones often seen alone were these hybrids because while they would not kill them they'd chase them off and neither side would take to them on either parents side.

    He also said that although tall and intimidating they can be right beside you in the woods and you'd never know it because although they are tall they are down low 80% of the time and rarely get up except for a good tree meal up high. They like and often eat bird eggs also I'm told.
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    An excellent, balanced, very interesting 50 minute documentary:

    World of Mysteries - On the Trail of Bigfoot


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    See RON MOREHEAD RE YETI & UFOS WITH KERRY CASSIDY INTERVIEW BY MATTHEW HEINES
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    An interesting documentary that includes several PHD researchers investigating sasquatch activities


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    The Twitter images were captured by Washington state Dept. of Transportation camera.

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