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Why Dan Aykroyd Is 'All In' On Bigfoot

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Here in Wyoming everyone has seen a bigfoot. One winter we had a mother bigfoot and her child living out of the garage. What a mess. They shit everywhere, let me tell you.

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I believe it's possible that they exist. Don't know for sure though. Many of the eyewitnesses sound honest but physical evidence is lacking. I'm on the fence when it comes to the Patterson-Gimlin film.

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Are you serious? Are you sure some vagrant wasn't living in your garage?

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I'm 'All in' on Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster too.

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I think Big Foot is a hoax and the Loch Ness sea monster is real.

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Latest investigations show that the Loch is full of very big eels. They may account for the sightings of an unidentified swimming object.

I don't believe in bigfoot either.

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Omg yuck! Giant eels? Well that's kind of terrifying and not as shocking.

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There are so many deformities due to inbreeding,that anything is possible 😐

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Hundreds of years of gun-totin' explorers and hunters and prospectors tromping all over the USA, and not a single stuffed and mounted Bigfoot?

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President Theodore Roosevelt wrote about an encounter with a Bigfoot-type creature in his book, The Wilderness Hunter (1892). Roosevelt was an avid hunter and outdoorsman. The story came from a trapper he met named Bauman. Apparently, Teddy believed in the veracity of Bauman's story. Mind you, the word 'Bigfoot' wasn't invented yet and the entire Bigfoot phenomenon didn't begin until the 1950s.

According to Roosevelt, Bauman and his partner were trapping along a remote stretch of Montana's Wisdom River sometime in the mid-19th century. After building a lean-to and making camp in what seemed like an ideal spot for game, the two men began setting their traps. When they returned, they found their packs had been rummaged through and their shanty torn down. Undaunted, the men set about reconstructing their wilderness abode.

According to Roosevelt's book, that night Bauman was awakened by the sound of rustling and the foul stench of a wild beast. He immediately rose up and fired a shot, and then heard something tearing off through the woods. He and his partner were unnerved by this and decided to abandon the camp at the first light of dawn.

Come morning, the two split up so that Bauman could gather the traps while his partner made camp downriver. Sadly, both would not make it home alive. When Bauman arrived at the new campsite, he found his partner sprawled on the ground with his necked snapped and a set of bite marks on his throat. He knew at once that the menacing forest beast was responsible, according to the story. The horrific sight sent him running — rifle in hand — never to return to the spot again. By the time he told his story to Roosevelt, Bauman was a very old man.

http://www.animalplanet.com/tv-shows/finding-bigfoot/lists/2-the-bauman-incident/
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