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  1. Thank you. I know for a fact that there are Muskrats in this area. We lived in the area when I was a kid & my dad trapped a couple that were eating our corn. I just wasn't aware they hopped
  2. It was at the bottom of a driveway in the country. It hopped like a little Kangaroo
  3. Yesterday I saw what I thought at first to be a black or dark brown squirrel sitting up on it;s back legs. But then it hopped on its back legs into the weeds & I noticed it had a slimmer tail than a squirrel. I'm in West Virginia. Any ideas about what it was?
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    Did you check out Bill Munns's website on his analysis of the Patterson/Gimlin film?
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    Here is what special effects costuming expert Bill Munns has to say about the video: http://www.cryptomundo.com/bigfoot-report/bill-munns-matilda/ Bill Munns has been analyzing the Patterson/Gimlin film for a few years now. Here is what he has to say about it: http://www.themunnsreport.com
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    Bigfoots haven't really been hunted with weapons, is my point. I'll bet if it could be known, very few of the deer & bears whose remains have been found, died of natural causes. Especially the bears because they hibernate. I still think Bigfoots stay in thick coniferous forests in winter. I have to believe they exist. Not just because of the Patterson/Gimlin film. I had a sighting in 1997 while Turkey hunting in an area where no one knew my brother & I would be there. It wasn't our planned location. It walked out of the woods on two legs, looked around briefly, smoothly turned around a
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    1)Then why are all the DNA samples fragmented? 2)The problem with the argument that "Deer & Bear remains are found, so why not Bigfoot remains?" is Deer & Bear are game animals. Both are hunted with bows. A lot of bow & arrow kills are never recovered. Even some gun kills aren't. Suppose Bigfoots do den up sometimes. Most people don't believe Bigfoot exists & would more than likely assume any hair or feces found, belongs to a bear. As I've stated before. There are both hair & fecal samples that can't be linked with any known animals, but without known Bigfoot hair & fec
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    It's being promoted through social media & cryptid websites/blogs. No expenses for that. I think if anything, the DNA is just wrong. Like my brother says. For every person at the top of the class, there is someone at the bottom of the class. But let me ask you this. With as quickly as animal remains disappear & as quickly as DNA degrades in the wild, how likely is it that their existence will ever be proven if they do exist?
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    http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=Matilda+Bigfoot+video&qpvt=Matilda+Bigfoot+video&FORM=VDRE#view=detail&mid=0D8B8AC9B4264AE489D10D8B8AC9B4264AE489D1 Even I know if the results of the DNA teststing aren't consistent, it's a problem What money? The dvd has never been released & they have a backer
  11. I don't know if it was pre-approved or not. I know some things Medicare only pays for every few years. For example, I'm a paraplegic who walks with a walker. Medicare will only pay for one every 3 years. It's only been about 2 years since he had lung cancer. He surely had a PET Scan then. Maybe it's just too soon for them to pay for another one. The first time I ever heard of a PET Scan was when my late brother-in-law had one. They said it showed no cancer. It was wrong. Is there maybe a more reliable test now?
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    1)Why would she put it out there if it's BS? 2)What's the motive for a hoax?
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    That link is a bit dated. The paper is now free to the public. The video is clear enough that analysis should be able to make a definitive judgemeent of its authenticity, one way or the other
  14. He was scheduled for a PET Scan, but Medicare won't pay for it now. I thought maybe it was because the likelihood was high enough that a PET Scan would be considered unnecessary
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