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  • Are you a believer?

    What are your thoughts?

    Roll the tape, Fred...

    I'm a humble empirical skeptic myself. In other words, show me the money... But one of my closest friends (an avid outdorrsman like myself) sighted one a few years ago about 10 miles off the beaten path, on the opposite side of a remote lake. I have been to this lake a few times and know of no access to the shore where he sighted it. Just wondering what you all think.

  • #2
    Heck no...

    I don't believe. That dude looks just like my Uncle Ralph. (On my mother's side.)

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    • #3
      I'm a total believer. anything is possible, there are things in this would that no one has ever seen or been able to prove. My grandfather sighted on back in the 50's near his cabin near the NY border. The camp we go to now is about 10 miles down the road. gives me the creeps every time i go outside at night there!!!! blahhahaurururhahah

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      • #4
        i'm on dial up and i'm not downloading a vid. what are we believing in???

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        • #5
          It's not a vid. It's an animated .gif.

          Take a look!

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          • #6
            oh geez.. tell me i'm not the only one that used to put on an ape costume and run around campgrounds in high school/college. it was ubber funnay at the least.

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            • #7
              I belive in it and have seen it myself. I was on a camping trip with my friends in New York. We were all arounf the campfire (more like a small bond fire) and we all heard something, so we got a few flashlights together and went out in the woods in pairs of two (there were five of us; one had to stay at camp to make sure that nobody stold anything from us, after all we were in New York) me and and this other kid started walking east and we stumbled across some footprints that looked kinda big. We followed them to a small creek and then we caught a glimps of this big black shape on the other side of the creek. It noticed us and took off running throught the woods. We then tried following it but it was going to fast and we lost the trail. We then decided to return to our campsite to tell everyone else. Nobody beleived us and they still don't, if only we'd had a damed camera. Needless to say we haven't been camping there since.

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              • #8
                I have no doubt that people see things when it is hazy out. The twilight of night can play tricks on your eyes and a dense forest has a certain hollowness to it.
                I myself have seen some spooky crap at dusk in the Nevada desert while stuck in salt flats, something that scared the hell out of me, scared me so bad I grabed the weapon I had stashed under my seat only to be rescued by my friends before I shiat myself.
                having been said
                I think it is BS
                There is simply no scientific evidence to support the existence of Big Foot, Nessi, cookibarra, or giant hogs in the Lousiana swamps.
                That video has been analyzed countless times and been deemed a hoax and finally a few years ago, if memory serves, the hoaxers admitted to what they had done, at least regarding that video.

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                • #9
                  Not trying to be funnay, but if you are going to use film from my trip to the Richlands 3 weeks ago just ask first. OKAY?

                  http://webwheeling.com/gallery/d/11991-2/DSC00301.JPG

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Scarface
                    Not trying to be funnay, but if you are going to use film from my trip to the Richlands 3 weeks ago just ask first. OKAY?

                    http://webwheeling.com/gallery/d/11991-2/DSC00301.JPG
                    They really are docile creatures. The one above even checked to see how deep some of the pools in the stream were for us. Oddly enough, he drove a Tacoma.

                    This one was photographed up in Mountain City, TN. a few weeks ago at Callalantee. Look to the left of the flopped Jeep.

                    http://webwheeling.com/gallery/d/115...8+_Medium_.JPG

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                    • #11
                      I heard these "manimals" were known to frequent the Upper Tellico OHV Area near murphey, NC also?

                      This creatures feet seem imune to cold and hot, they also dont seem to mine the rocks, One was even seen using a stick to scrape mud from between its toes!!!

                      VERY CURIOS MANIMALS INDEED!!!!

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                      • #12
                        There was the one that cut it's toe on a rock and hopped in a stream so it could get infected. That was hardcore.

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                        • #13
                          I think I dated his daughter in HS.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by kingchip
                            I think I dated his daughter in HS.
                            Dad? That you?

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                            • #15
                              unbelievable...

                              You guys are related to UNCLE RALPH????

                              I guess that 'small world' thing is true after all...

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