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February 10, 2007

The Search for Bigfoot

Yes, there is now another new discussion board where you can go and discuss bigfoot.

The Search For Bigfoot Discussion

You can discuss either the topics that are posted from this blog, or create your own. Either way, it will be a board for friendly conversation about this mystery. All are welcome, unless you have wormhole ideas. As always ideas will be challenged - so get your best debate face on, but being respectful of opposing opinions is first and foremost.

So much of this research is unknown, no one has all the answers, not even the skeptics. But, through debate and discussion new ideas are formed - and thats what we all need.

I hope everyone enjoys the look of this board - Teresa searched long and hard, and she did an excellent job, along with Billy and his son Josh, setting up this board, I can not thank them enough!!!! I am not an internet kind of person, lmao.

HAVE FUN !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

7 Comments:

  • At 9:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    The discussion board started out with a giant dud. Larry Lund recently exposed the Memorial Day footage as being a complete hoax. He did this by showing the complete footage and not just what little was attached to Legend Meets Science. The complete footage edited out the voices of known hoaxers who claimed to not be present, edited out how there was anticipation of the bigfoot to come running out of the woods, edited out the lack of genuine excitement, edited out the footage that occured just prior to the bigfoot bursting from behind a tree because it was not of a legitimate subject or scenery, and it edited out the conversation that took place prior to the choreographed lines that were included with Legend Meets Science. So it is a excellent example of how legitimate but apparently desparate researchers will place their name behind hoaxed videos, after doing their own editing to it. Just talk to Larry Lund and invite him to speak at your next Bigfoot Research meeting, if you have any doubt.

     
  • At 10:41 PM, Blogger Melissa said…

    And your source for all this would be? Yeah I have heard those very comments before - they have yet to be proven however. Do you have this unedited version of the MDF? Are you willing to share that footage with us here?

    We all have our opinion when it comes to footage. Some think this footage is genuine and some do not. Until it is proven one way or the other, I will continue to encourage new researchers to view it, so they can learn how to evaluate evidence and discuss the pro's and con's of video evidence -in a way that is helpful to the research.

    You are always welcome to offer your opinion on the Search For Bigfoot Message Board as well - thats why its there :)

    Thank you
    Melissa

     
  • At 1:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Well...I would have to say that THIS is a big time flop.

     
  • At 3:59 PM, Blogger Melissa said…

    According to who? Some no named "Anyomous" person..

    Things take time to develop. Constructive criticism is one thing, your just being nasty to be mean.

    Grow up.

     
  • At 4:57 PM, Blogger Melissa said…

    Oh and when you say "This" are you referring to the blog your are currently posting on (which couldnt be a flop, as you found your way here) or the Discussion board, your too chickenshit to post on? Afraid your worthless opinion wont be met with open arms?

    P.S. People like you will be delt with in the manner you understand. I have the feeling your someone this blog has been critical of, cant take the heat - go play on your own website - where its safe and you love you :)

    Best Wishes :)

     
  • At 4:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    You might want to consider something original like your own experiences to kick off a thread. Just the opinion of an observer.

    Jacob

     
  • At 5:09 PM, Blogger Melissa said…

    Hi Jacob :) Well, the content on the website should not be about me.. I give enough of my own opinions right here - lol.. But, if your interested in some of my experiences, check out the threads on Dermal Ridges and Casting Artifacts or the Article I posted on the TBRC's field expedition in the Big Thicket National Preserve from January of 2006, you might even catch a glimps of me doing what I like the most, sitting down eating a granola bar :)

    I really do not talk about my experiences often, unless I think I may have something that can help a new researcher - or if I did something that can just bring you a little laughter.. Some take themselves far to seriously, that would include me Monday thru Friday until 7 p.m. :) If there is anything you want to know about me, just feel free to ask :)

    Melissa

     

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