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(Huffington Post)   So that whole "Bigfoot DNA" claim is almost undoubtedly a hoax, but this PA hiker shot some amazingly non-blurry photos of SOMETHING pretty strange moving through the woods in Kinzua State Park   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 53
    More: Interesting, bigfoot, DNA, Pennsylvania, black bears, Pennsylvania Regions, yetis, hikers, United States National Forest  
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2013-10-11 08:31:28 AM

Uzzah: In the dense forests of the Pacific Northwest dwells the strange and beautiful creature known as Bigfoot, perhaps. Sadly, logging and human settlement today threaten what might possibly be his habitat, although if it's not, they don't. Bigfoot populations require vast amounts of land to remain elusive in. They typically dwell just behind rocks but are also sometimes playful, bounding into thick fogs and out-of-focus areas. Remember, it's up to us. Bigfoot is a crucial part of the ecosystem, if he exists. So let's all help keep Bigfoot possibly alive for future generations to enjoy unless he doesn't exist. The end.


You need to show, not tell

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2013-10-11 08:50:44 AM

Ivo Shandor: Bigfoot is naturally blurry, so any in-focus pictures must be of something else.


That's the problem. To me, that's way scarier. There's a large, out-of-focus monster out there!
 
2013-10-11 10:13:28 AM

nmiguy: Proof of Bigfoot:


FTFY:

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