Bigfoot is not at all imaginary for m...

Bigfoot is not at all imaginary for many inland residents

There are 67 comments on the Eureka Times Standard story from May 30, 2009, titled Bigfoot is not at all imaginary for many inland residents. In it, Eureka Times Standard reports that:

For many in Hoopa, Bigfoot is a reality of the inland valley -- one that several residents have experienced through first-hand encounters.

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Anonymous

Arcata, CA

#2 May 30, 2009
what a pant load.
whodem dat slewdem

Redway, CA

#3 May 30, 2009
I am still ridiculed for revealing my bigfoot sighting to friends and family. People always say, why have no bones been found? Well, ask yourself this: do you know ANYONE who has ever found a dead bear body or bones out in the woods. I have seen a dead bear along the freeway once and the traffic was enough to deter animals from eating the carcass. Out in the woods, were little scavenger animals are, it is rare to find any deer bones or bodies. Occasionally deer teeth are found or antlers but even that is rare, so it is plausible a bigfoot could die and not leave evidence.
Rational Thinker

Eureka, CA

#4 May 30, 2009
In other news, sales of Gold-Fleck spray paint are up %30...
bill green

Andover, CT

#6 May 30, 2009
hey everyone wow this is very informative new article about sasquatch-bigfoot creatures. good afternoon. bill green bristol,ct
ihatehippiesandr ednecks

Newark, CA

#7 May 30, 2009
Say no to Meth
Just a Thought

Palo Alto, CA

#8 May 30, 2009
First off I think bigfoot is great for northern California tourism, and like Santa, I hope he stays with us forever. However, it's funny that in the last few years, since many of us now carry cell phones with a camera, stories of people being abducted up by UFOs and meeting bigfoot in the park have fallen off. Now all we are left with are grainy Willow Creek images played over and over again on the History Channel.
FrankM

Georgetown, TX

#9 May 30, 2009
BigFoot is just a another pot grower in a monkey suit.It's a non-lethal way to protect their investment.
Traveler

United States

#10 May 30, 2009
A friend who work in the woods for over 30 years says he has seen lots of live bears but has never seen and bear bones, teeth etc. He said he has seen many other skeletons.

How well does a cell phone take pictures after dark? I don't know, I don't have a cell phone.
FrankM

Georgetown, TX

#11 May 30, 2009
Monkey Suit
Kelly

Eureka, CA

#12 May 30, 2009
If you ask people in this county if they have seen Bigfoot you will start to hear of sightings. There is no local place to report a Bigfoot experience. Ridicule is painful and so stories stay hidden.
David Paulides book is a gift to Humboldt County. It seems to be available only on the web at this time. His site is http://www.nabigfootsearch.com .
Another article written by Ryan Hurley
http://www.northcoastjournal.com/issues/2007/...
Is Bigfoot really here? Maybe. Do reports of sightings go away? No.
I do hope that David Paulides is invited up to do a presentation sometime.
anonymous

Millbrae, CA

#13 May 30, 2009
www.bfro.net has information and sighting reports by state and county.
Tushy

United States

#14 May 30, 2009
Kelly wrote:
If you ask people in this county if they have seen Bigfoot you will start to hear of sightings. There is no local place to report a Bigfoot experience. Ridicule is painful and so stories stay hidden.
David Paulides book is a gift to Humboldt County. It seems to be available only on the web at this time. His site is http://www.nabigfootsearch.com .
Another article written by Ryan Hurley
http://www.northcoastjournal.com/issues/2007/...
Is Bigfoot really here? Maybe. Do reports of sightings go away? No.
I do hope that David Paulides is invited up to do a presentation sometime.
You can buy his book at Bigfoot Books, Hwy 299, Willow Creek.
A white Male

Eureka, CA

#15 May 30, 2009
whodem dat slewdem wrote:
I am still ridiculed for revealing my bigfoot sighting to friends and family. People always say, why have no bones been found? Well, ask yourself this: do you know ANYONE who has ever found a dead bear body or bones out in the woods. I have seen a dead bear along the freeway once and the traffic was enough to deter animals from eating the carcass. Out in the woods, were little scavenger animals are, it is rare to find any deer bones or bodies. Occasionally deer teeth are found or antlers but even that is rare, so it is plausible a bigfoot could die and not leave evidence.
I think even further understanding of this is needed... I for one think these creatures have evolved to a point were maybe they bury their dead! Maybe when one comes up missing the do as we do and search for and locate the fallen family member!

Folks it may be that these things are more evolved then we understand!
Bryan Hart

Ukiah, CA

#16 May 30, 2009
Dermal ridges on the foot prints prove these are real creatures.
SEEING THINGS

San Martin, CA

#17 May 30, 2009
A month ago, when I was driving 101 in the middle of the night, I saw what looked like a large creature run into a heavily wooded area. Of course I thought I was seeing things after having two deer run into the side of my SUV on HWY 20... LOL
Timo

Bismarck, ND

#18 May 30, 2009
Ha ha ha ha....pantload.
And yes I found a large dead bear a mile downriver from Blue Lake. Come on. Bears tend to live in the outer eaches.....notgoing to come across them everyday....but yes rangers and loggers and anthropologist are familiar with bear bones.
Let's recall the guy who died few years back and confessed that it was he who started the whole hoax long ago.
The occasional sighting???....swirling foggy woods, light lights and a regular diet of the green..
Hmmmm

United States

#19 May 30, 2009
Great - just when I was getting my husband to calm down about Bigfoot, and had him convinced that Bigfoot couldn't be real - this story had to come along.
Mrs von Tasslehoffer

Arcata, CA

#20 May 30, 2009
whodem dat slewdem wrote:
People always say, why have no bones been found? Well, ask yourself this: do you know ANYONE who has ever found a dead bear body or bones out in the woods.
Yeah, it happens all the time. People call the sheriffs office saying they've found human remains and it always turns out to be a bear, etc.
anonymous

Millbrae, CA

#22 May 30, 2009
A white Male wrote:
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I think even further understanding of this is needed... I for one think these creatures have evolved to a point were maybe they bury their dead! Maybe when one comes up missing the do as we do and search for and locate the fallen family member!
Folks it may be that these things are more evolved then we understand!
Of course they are...they've been smart enough to stay away from people for this long!
Father of Five

United States

#23 May 30, 2009
I told my wife Bigfoot was real. Thanks for confirming. I'm sure she was pulling my leg about Santa, the Easter Bunny and the Tooth Fairy. I know the Tooth Fairy was real because there was always money undewr my pillow in the morning. What other proof is needed?

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