Saturday, August 31, 2013

A Tribute to Dale Boswell - Team Tracker Member

 Dale Boswell - Creative Services Director/Team Tracker Member

By: Lynk Paul - Editor/Team Tracker Member
Dale Richard Boswell, is my friend and I consider him family, fortunately for me he feels the same way too. He always accuses me of being a talented writer, so it is only fitting that I honor him, with my literary prowess on this his 55th birthday. In my efforts to do so, I will endeavor to prevent this tribute from resembling or having any such likeness to a eulogy. Some things I cannot promise, I can only hope that I am as good a writer as Dale thinks I am.

Dale is indeed a man of many talents and has amassed quite a vast collection of achievements and accolades over the years, which are eternally notched on the belt of his illustrious career. His biggest achievement however, and I suspect, would be the discovery of his life time, his lovely wife Robin and ultimately their children and grandchildren.

I often wonder why this veteran superstar and legend in his own time would want to call someone like me friend or even care to know me. I have known Dale for some months now and we spent a lot of time conversing back and forth. My initial synopsis is that he is either an escaped mental patient, he means to capture me and harvest my organs and sell them on the black market or maybe because of his fame, he needs to study me and learn how to be a no-body and blend in.

But further analysis and observation of the situation yielded very strange results. None of the above turned out to be true. Therefore, I must concede the following: Dale is very famous yet humble, honest, respectful, caring, witty, loyal, intelligent, trustworthy, talented, resourceful and nothing more than a great man with a great family, a big heart, monumental achievement in the music and entertainment industry, a graphic artist, and maybe a few more that he keeps hidden for a rainy day.

Dale rubs shoulders with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry and also Robin's too. I didn’t think that people like him with so many friends and of a high caliber too, would choose to be friends with me. Yet he still took the time to know me and call me his friend, even paid me a complement or two, OK, like a hundred. OK, I admit it, I’m awesome. That says a lot about the strength of his character as a man and his worth to me as a friend. To me, that is more important than all his achievements. For what is the measure of a man if he has no strength of character and honorable virtues.

Dale Richard Boswell, I salute you and celebrate with you on this your 55th Birthday, your life, your achievements and most of all your friendship. May you always have good health and strength, stay forever young my friend, live long and prosper…..yeah, I just had to throw that in there for theatrics……more effective……OH, and may the force be with you!!!!!!

"Get a Photo With BIgfoot"





BIG doing on Carlisle, PA . Corin Teeter’s eight-foot-tall taxidermy simulation of Bigfoot will be part of the Teeter’s Taxidermy Studio display at the Carlisle Sports and Outdoor Nationals Friday through Sunday, Sept. 6-8. The “lifelike” Sasquatch will be available for photo-ops.

Carlisle Events, better known for sprawling car, truck and motorcycle collector events, will make its initial run on the world of the outdoor show with the first Carlisle Sports and Outdoor Nationals Friday through Sunday, Sept. 6-8, at the Carlisle Fairgrounds in Carlisle. And, the show promoter has pulled in some big guns to help the new show get past the summer curse of poor attendance that has plagued other attempts at shows at this time of year.

Among the outdoor celebrities scheduled to present programs and seminars will be Kenneth Lancaster and Dean Davis, of the Sportsman Channel's "Antler Insanity;" Scott Basehore, turkey guide and state champion turkey caller; Jeff Rhoads and Carl Esterly, of the Pursuit Channel's upcoming "World Went Dark Outdoors;" Bob Clouser, world-famous creator of new patterns for fly fishing; Jamie "Catfish Queen" Hughes, monster catfish guide with BreakLine Charters; lumbersport champions Mike Sullivan and Nathan Waterfield with their Lumberjack Show of Champions; and the Bwana Jim Wildlife Show with snakes, alligators, turtles, armadillos, wallabies and birds of prey.

Don't forget to tell the Big giy to smile and say "CHEESE!" 

"Rick Dyer 1st Anniv Special Fri 9/6/13"


This  Friday night September 6th,Rick Dyer will do a on YouTube interview and discuss that night in San Antonio on September 6, 2012 that changed his life forever. Soon, it will change YOUR life as well.


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Friday, August 30, 2013

"Bigfoot & Teddy Roosevelt Pt 2"

(Here is another in a series of legendary tales of Bigfoot type creatures told by very well know men. In this article we explore the story that was told to Teddy Roosevelt by a trapper. This is part 2 of the story) 
President Teddy Roosevelt 

(This is part 2 and the final edition of this story as told to Teddy Roosevelt)


The men, thoroughly uneasy, gathered a great heap of dead logs and kept up a roaring fire throughout the night, one or the other sitting on guard most of the time. About midnight the thing came down through the forest opposite, across the brook, and stayed there on the hillside for nearly an hour. They could hear the branches crackle as it moved about, and several times it uttered a harsh, grating, long-drawn moan, a peculiarly sinister sound. Yet it did not venture near the fire. In the morning the two trappers, after discussing the strange events of the last 36 hours, decided that they would shoulder their packs and leave the valley that afternoon.


 They were the more ready to do this because in spite of seeing a good deal of game sign they had caught very little fur. However it was necessary first to go along the line of their traps and gather them, and this they started out to do. All the morning they kept together, picking up trap after trap, each one empty. On first leaving camp they had the disagreeable sensation of being followed. In the dense spruce thickets they occasionally heard a branch snap after they had passed; and now and then there were slight rustling noises among the small pines to one side of them. 

At noon they were back within a couple of miles of camp. In the high, bright sunlight their fears seemed absurd to the two armed men, accustomed as they were, through long years of lonely wandering in the wilderness, to face every kind of danger from man, brute or element. There were still three beaver traps to collect from a little pond in a wide ravine near by. Bauman volunteered to gather these and bring them in, while his companion went ahead to camp and made ready the packs. 
On reaching the pond Bauman found three beavers in the traps, one of which had been pulled loose and carried into a beaver house. He took several hours in securing and preparing the beaver, and when he started homewards he marked, with some uneasiness, how low the sun was getting. As he hurried toward camp, under the tall trees, the silence and desolation of the forest weighted on him. His feet made no sound on the pine needles and the slanting sun-rays, striking through among the straight trunks, made a gray twilight in which objects at a distance glimmered indistinctly. There was nothing to break the gloomy stillness which, when there is no breeze, always broods over these somber primeval forests. At last he came to the edge of the little glade where the camp lay and shouted as he approached it, but got no answer. The campfire had gone out, though the thin blue smoke was still curling upwards.

Near it lay the packs wrapped and arranged. At first Bauman could see nobody; nor did he receive an answer to his call. Stepping forward he again shouted, and as he did so his eye fell on the body of his friend, stretched beside the trunk of a great fallen spruce. Rushing towards it the horrified trapper found that the body was still warm, but that the neck was broken, while there were four great fang marks in the throat. The footprints of the unknown beast-creature, printed deep in the soft soil, told the whole story. The unfortunate man, having finished his packing, had sat down on the spruce log with his face to the fire, and his back to the dense woods, to wait for his companion. While thus waiting, his monstrous assailant, which must have been lurking in the woods, waiting for a chance to catch one of the adventurers unprepared, came silently up from behind, walking with long noiseless steps and seemingly still on two legs. Evidently unheard, it reached the man, and broke his neck by wrenching his head back with its fore paws, while it buried its teeth in his throat. It had not eaten the body, but apparently had romped and gamboled around it in uncouth, ferocious glee, occasionally rolling over and over it; and had then fled back into the soundless depths of the woods.

Bauman, utterly unnerved and believing that the creature with which he had to deal was something either half human or half devil, some great goblin-beast, abandoned everything but his rifle and struck off at speed down the pass, not halting until he reached the beaver meadows where the hobbled ponies were still grazing. Mounting, he rode onwards through the night, until beyond reach of pursuit."

There is by the way, a second passage in The Wilderness Hunter where Teddy Roosevelt may quite possibly have been describing a personal Bigfoot experience. He writes about how he and a friend were on a hunting trip in the State of Washington. They had contracted a Native American to guide them into a remote region. Their guide urged them to avoid a particular area due to some native "superstition" that hunter-tracker Roosevelt held as utterly preposterous. 


In any event, old rough-rider Roosevelt, as was his way sometimes, bullied the apprehensive guide into taking them to this area anyway. They did not find any big game during that trek or other sign but Roosevelt made a point of mentioning the very strange noises he heard at night while camping there. He did not recognize nor describe the noises, but he did give the distinct impression that they were unusual in his learned experience and found them to be unsettling. Uncharacteristically, Roosevelt did not offer any explanation or speculation about the source of the noises, simply mentioned them, and said no more about it. Odd for an author who otherwise went into such vivid detail relative to the animals he observed and hunted.


While the killer creature was never given a clearly defined name, Bigfoot buffs believe firmly that this creature was a Sasquatch but I could use some measure of convincing. Taken on its own, the Bauman story is not very impressive as evidence for the existence of wild men in North America, but when considered along with the more substantive reports it acquires greater significance. Ultimately, readers of these eyewitness accounts will be left to judge for themselves the significance and value ostensibly placed on these stories in the future.

"A Talking Bigfoot? & Week In Review"

By Frank Cali Vice President Team Tracker
Sasquatch Canada's Talking Bigfoot returns

It's the end of another wacky week in the Bigfoot community folks. I'll just pick some of the highlights that are the funniest.

Could anyone with an ounce of intelligence actually believe these videos coming out of Sasquatch Ontario? Several months ago I wrote an article showing exactly how this guy made the alleged voice of the Sasquatch he would want anyone to think is speaking human words and saying his name "Mike." The link to that article is below.


It called a harmonizer and it's used in the music recording studios, movie and TV studios and most places where voice's would be recorded. I worked with one every day in my long broadcasting career. So, when I heard this hoax, I busted out laughing. "Mike, Mike", LMAO!!!

What get's my goat is most of the people with a brain, know he's faking it, no question. Why is this guy getting any attention?  Some people actually think it's possible that these recordings "may" be authentic and that makes me laugh again. Alot of people and thing's in the Bigfoot community makes me laugh. I'm not even going too waste your nor my time linking the video of this garbage from Canada.

Please read the article explaining how a harmonizer works and also see how it works in the demonstration video HERE

Pinkfoot Cindy Shafer is not Mata Hari????

Ace "journalist" Robert 'Scoop" Lindsay writes

[Pinkfoot has requested without informing anyone of whom “Mata Hari” is, to tell everyone that Mata Hari is definitely not Pinkfoot! It does sound like Cindy knows who it is, though. I agree with her. I do not think Mata Hari is Cindy]

Yeah, thanks Scoop, I'd take the word of an admitted sex pervert anytime. Of course 'ol Pink claims she's not “Mata Hari”. She tried to get ME to retract my article about it awhile ago. I refused to do so because I was the one who exposed her.  What this does prove is that Lindsay doesn't even know himself who “Mata Hari” is and that's sloppy journalism at it's best. Printing any crap he gets by email? very credible huh?. Back during the Nixon Watergate investigation, REAL reporters Woodward and Bernstein knew who "Deep Throat" was. Real journalist use confirmed sources to back up what they write. But Linsday can't call himself that. We call Pink "Bagfoot, becasuse she would never show her face. Now that's a bid odd. What's up with that?



                                                                      "Bagfoot"
Pink saying she's not “Mata Hari” is like Hitler saying he wasn't going to invade Poland. Geez! I have never seen such crap as what you see in the Wonderful World of the Bigfoot community. As I said before. I wish Sigmund Freud was still living. He'd have a field day with these people, such as Justin Smeja's bear meat, Dr, Meldrum mid-tarsal break and his $300,000 balloon to search for Bigfoot, Melba Ketchum's DNA waste of time,  Super sleuth detective Steve "Dick 'Wallmart' Tracy " Kulls, the boys at Facebook/FindBigfoot. Freud would be able to do an Encyclopedia of people that need his
Psychoanalysis or should we call it Bigfootoanalysis.






I'll leave you with this joke. A guy says "I think all those people must be drunk who see Bigfoot" The other guy's answer's "What about all those photos & video taken?" First person replies "How do you know those people weren’t drunk when they took them?"


Have a Bigfoot holiday weekend.

"Bigfoot Creepy Encounter"



A mysterious creature standing upright was seen along the road between St. Mary's and Mt. Village by a traveler in the fall of 2011.



The thought of what she saw gives her the creeps even today, she says. “I believe in them – Bigfoot.”
This lady is from Bethel. Years ago in the 1990’s, she and her younger sister were traveling by snowmachine to Bethel from one of the tundra villages. The sister was driving the snowmachine and she was riding in the back in the sled.

It was nighttime and the moon was full and bright, illuminating the frozen tundra. Stars shone in the sky and there was not a cloud in sight. One could see a long way on a night like this.
The lady riding in the sled had been wearing glasses but took them off because they kept fogging up so she tucked them away. The two women were about halfway to Bethel when suddenly her sister stopped the snowmachine and said to her, “Look!” Her sister was looking at something.
She looked in the same direction and saw a person, or someone, yaqiurluni, (waving its arms) from a distance away. Thinking it was their brother, the lady in the sled said to her sister that they should go to him. She didn’t say why she thought it was their brother.
But no, never, the sister said. She told her to put on her glasses and take another look. “And I saw a yugpall’er!” (A very large, tall, person-like creature.)
Aakegka, her heart flooded with the pain of fright and shock. She yelled to her sister, “Ayii!” (Go!) And off they went, fast.


The lady in the sled was so creeped out that she got a hold of some of the sled’s rope and wrapped it around her wrist, securing herself just in case. Her spine was crawling from the sight of the Bigfoot-like creature, which began to follow them. “Qungvagyupaillruunga, I had the shivers,” she said.
The creature was much less than half-mile away from them and they could see it clearly in the moonlit night. However, from their story, it seemed much closer than what they say. And even as they went at near or full throttle speed, it ran in pace with the snowmachine with ease.
“It was plain to see that it was a yugpak, very large. It was running at the same speed as our snowmachine, and even when we were going fast, it stayed with us,” she said. It seemed to be twice her height, about 10 feet tall, she added.
“And when we went downhill, it followed us, it was running - maligqurqiikuk yaatemegnegun. When we would go up, it would go up, too. But on the third climb up, it was gone,” she said.
The Bigfoot-like giant had run with them for about 10-15 minutes before disappearing behind a rise in the tundra. At that point, the sister wanted to stop for some reason but no, the sister in the sled urged her on, to keep going.


When the ladies reached Bethel, they went to another sister’s home. The older sister told the younger that they should keep the sighting to themselves. “I told her that we won’t tell anybody - don’t talk about it, (or) people will think we’re crazy,” she said. “They won’t believe us.”
Then out of the blue right after that night, people were saying that there was a sighting of Bigfoot, she said, qan’ngarrluteng. It was even on the radio and everyone was talking about Bigfoot.
“My sister and I looked at each other and we thought no one would believe!” she recalled, laughing.


Looking back to that night, the creature had posed no threat, she said. It was only following them but running parallel to their path. It had run at a pace and distance that was impossible for a human.
“If I had heard it from somebody else, I would doubt it very much,” she said. “But now I believe in them. I am glad that we are not the only ones to have seen it.”

Thursday, August 29, 2013

"Unrest & Backstabbing in the Bigfoot Community-A brief insight"

 
 
 
Unrest & Backstabbing in the Bigfoot Community - A brief insight
By Lynk Paul Editor Team Tracker

Community

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The term community has two distinct commutative meanings: 1) Community can refer to a usually small, social unit of any size that shares common values. The term can also refer to the national community or international community, and 2) in biology, a community is a group of interacting living organisms sharing a populated environment.

“In human communities, intent, belief, resources, preferences, needs, risks, and a number of other conditions may be present and common, affecting the identity of the participants and their degree of cohesiveness”.

Since the advent of the Internet, the concept of community has less geographical limitation, as people can now gather virtually in an online community and share common interests regardless of physical location. Prior to the internet, virtual communities (like social or academic organizations) were far more limited by the constraints of available communication and transportation technologies.

The word "community" is derived from the Old French communité which is derived from the Latin communitas (com, "with/together" + munus, "gift"), a broad term for fellowship or organized society. Some examples of community service are to help in church, tutoring, hospitals, etc.

Now, this leads me to the so called “Bigfoot Community”.  First thing, the only “Bigfoot Community” there is, will be that of the actual Bigfoot’s themselves (as mentioned above: fellowship or organized society).

OK, let me break it down for you. “It’s all about the Benjamin’s”. It’s a rat race to the finish for most. The Prize; Physical and Scientific proof of the existence of Bigfoot. The reward; eternal fame and fortune. The winner takes it all and will be immortalized in the pages of history.


What is commonly called the “Bigfoot Community” can be broken down into three main groups which we will identify and delve a little more into. First, there are the Researchers; secondly, there are the Trackers/Hunters; and thirdly, there are the Habituators.


THE RESEARCHERS


Eye witnesses

These are the people who have had face to face or close encounters with Bigfoot, which forever changed their lives and sent them charging down the path of Bigfoot research. Mainly to have one question answered, am I crazy? Or Did I really see that? Or what the hell was that? Or to have all of them answered. Embracing curiosity and their thirst for adventure, they venture out into the woods in almost all states in the US and in countries like Russia, China, Australia, Indonesia, Canada, Africa, Vietnam and  Nepal to name a few. Why? Because they seek validation for their experiences and an understanding of their surrounding environment, along with the truth. Proving Bigfoot to the world and main stream science is not a priority for them.

The Scientific Researcher

The scientific researcher is both believer and skeptic. Very methodical and logical in their approach in the search for clues, evidence and samples/specimen collection and handling, that can be tested and analyzed in a laboratory. These researchers emanate from disciplines such as Biology, Anthropology, Zoology, Cryptozoology and many other fields. Armed with the latest technology in digital data recording devices, and sensing equipment, they are very meticulous in their endeavor to prove to main stream science that this creature does indeed exist. They have notions of capturing one but don’t want to kill one in order to have a specimen for testing and documenting.

Most are frustrated after years of searching and finding absolutely nothing, then resorting to fabricating false evidence, pictures, video and audio recordings. Some have written books based on their personal theories and promote them as fact, while profiting from it. They also have their eyes on the prize, which is their priority. Some have gone to their grave as skeptics.


Haters, Hoaxers, Liars and Backstabbers

These other groups of people, who number around 1000 or so individuals, believe they have the exclusive information and rights to all things Bigfoot. They also have followers who are keenly interested in the subject but are not researchers. These are the vile, vicious, deceitful and hateful people who don’t actually believe that Bigfoot exist but profit off of the so called myth anyway. They saturate this field with false stories and theories in order to gain notoriety so they can profiteer off the innocent masses who find themselves drawn to the mystery of Bigfoot.


They are usually the scum of society and have absolutely no regard or respect for anyone and will attack persons verbally even physically if they disagree or don’t buy into their fallacies. They are monumental failures intellectually and don’t have meaningful lives themselves, so they feel they need to bully others from hidden and remote locations. In their warped minds, this gives them the false illusion of power and security.

Don’t get me wrong, there are a handful of really genuine Bigfoot hunters or researchers that have made phenomenal progress and achieved what the others could not. I will not publish their names here.  If I did, the people who think they’re researchers won’t see their names on the list and will become jealous, hateful and retaliate against the real researchers. This jealousy is the spawning ground for all the hate permeating this particular field.


One man, whose name is famously synonymous with hoaxing, is Rick Dyer. In 2008, he along with several people did part-take in a Bigfoot body hoax. Despite claims from others, he was the only one who revealed and admitted to the hoax, while the others retreated into the darkness from whence they came. Only to re-emerge later like a dormant plague. Stigmatized and plagued by his actions since 2008, Rick Dyer endeavored to redeem himself and conducted many expeditions. With the help and support of his financial investors, his luck struck and his tenacity paid off during his 89th expedition.


On the night of September 6th 2012, in San Antonio, TX, Rick Dyer encountered, shot and killed a Bigfoot. Fortunately, his investors moved rapidly to secure the specimen and remove the body to a secure and unknown location to be housed while undergoing all the necessary scientific tests to be documented, peer reviewed and published in the scientific journals and the rest is history. When the news of this event broke and it was widely known that Rick Dyer was the one who shot and killed the Bigfoot, it spawned a new era and level of jealousy and hate toward Rick Dyer, his family, his supporters and anyone who dared to associate themselves with him.


TRACKERS/HUNTERS


This group research heavily as well. They are fully aware of the prize and what it means to them. Some tracker/hunters are on kill missions to retrieve a specimen for science, some for sport to appease and to collect a trophy for some wealthy tycoon. Others do it for the opportunity to gather documented evidence of the elusive creature by capturing a photo, HD video or audio recording of them and their habitat. There are people who are in this category that are no-kill as well.


HABITUATORS


There are even the ones you don’t hear about much who go by the title of Habituators. They interact with Bigfoot on a regular basis. They attempt to feed and communicate with them. We eagerly wait, to see the substantial evidence they have compiled so far, on the ecology and sociology of these gentle giants. Many people claim to be habituators but with little or no evidence to show.


There are even people who own large parcels of land with families actively migrating or residing on their land. They are also frequently visited or even harassed by their unwanted guests. But are the Bigfoot the unwelcome inhabitants or are the humans invading the land that has belonged to the hairy giants for many thousands of years?

But still, what’s with the uproar amongst this cacophony of individuals and small groups that have a vested interest in the subject of Bigfoot?...... Jealousy???..... After all, AT THE END OF THE DAY, there can only be ONE WINNER!!!!!!.....And that is enough motive to justify such archaic behavior, form allegedly intelligent people.

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

"BIGFOOT ENCOUNTER-ALBERT OSTMAN'S– Pt 4"

By Lynk Paul Editor Team Tracker


 

 

Albert OStman

This story is one of the most well known of all encounters to everyone long entrenched in Bigfoot research. The purpose of this series is mainly, to enlighten people who are new to, and interested in the subject of Bigfoot, present and future research. 


PART 5  

Albert could now see what looked like a family, an old man, an old lady and two young ones, a boy and a girl. The young ones were afraid of him while the old lady didn’t seem too happy with what the old man brought home. The old man gestured his intentions to them and they left him alone. He took out his compass and prospecting glass and attempted to figure out where he was. He found that he was in a small valley or basin about eight to ten acres, which was surrounded by mountains. On the South East side, there was a V-shaped opening about eight feet at the bottom and about twenty feet at the top. Thinking, that must be the way they came in but how will he get out of there with the old man sitting near the opening.




 

He gathered his belongings and moved over to the West wall to find a cosy spot for a shelter. He emptied his back pack to see what was left for food, this is what he found, canned meat and vegetables were intact and he had one can of coffee. Also three small cans of milk — two packages of Rye King hard tack and my butter sealer half full of butter. But his prunes and macaroni were missing. Also the full box of shells for his rifle. He had his sheath knife but his prospecting pick was missing and his can of matches. He only had his safety box full and that held only about a dozen matches”. Not too worried, he could start a fire with his prospecting glass if he needed to, once the sun was shining.


Needing some coffee right about now, he could not see any dry wood around. He was not able to venture out to search for firewood either because the two young ones were always watching him. So he decided to look for water, which he found in a little spring nearby. With no utensils, he emptied his coffee into a towel and used the can to fetch water. When he got back, he saw the boy looking at his stuff but touched nothing. Also on his way back, he noticed what looked like the place they slept. It measured ten feet deep by thirty feet wide cove well bedded with dry moss and cedar bark.


Nothing much happened on the first day; he had to eat his food cold. The boy was very curious and kept coming close. He tossed an empty snuff box over to him; he jumped back, and then grabbed it. Both he and his sister played with it for a while then he took it over to the old man and they chattered for a while. The next morning, he made up his mind to leave even if he had to shoot his way out. He knew if he did not leave soon, he would not have enough food to make it back to the Toba Inlet. He packed up his stuff, put his pack on his back, chambered a round into his rifle and made his way to the opening. The old man got up and gestured his hands as to push him back.

Albert pointed to the opening, indicating to the Sasquatch that he wanted to leave. He blocked him from leaving and he said what sounded like “Soka, soka”, so Albert backed up, not wanting to get too close. He thought, if he had to shoot his way out, his 30-30 rifle may not have any effect on this creature due to his size and he only had six rounds left. Besides, he did not want to kill the old man and needed to find an alternative to escaping his predicament. 

Albert remembered that a man saved himself from a mad bull by putting snuff in his eyes but how would he get close enough to the old man to do that? He thought he could get the kids to play with the snuff box and take it to the old man so he could taste it.

But in Albert’s mind, the question remained; what direction to go if he should get out? The old man must have traveled at least twenty five miles in the three hours he carried him. If he went west, we would be near salt water; it would be the same if he went south. So Albert thought it was only logical that he must have gone northeast. If he headed south over the two mountains, he would reach saltwater and civilization somewhere between Lund and Vancouver.

                                                                                   

 END PART 5-TO BE CONTINUED

"New Trail Cam, Smeja & More Bears?"

By Frank Cali Vice President Team Tracker



Well, here we go with a another trail cam photo of what "some " are saying could be a small Bigfoot or maybe a bear. Some say they can see fingers on a hand. I'm glad no one is claiming it IS a Bigfoot, at least not yet.

 

 
 
New trail cam photo

 

Six years ago researcher Rick Jacobs took photos of what the BFRO claimed was a Bigfoot. I really don't take much stock in what the BFRO says. They also indorsed the Justin Smeja story. If you don't know it, quickly, Justin Smeja is the man who claims that him and his partner, Jack, “the driver,” claimed to shoot not one, but two Bigfoots, in the Sierras in the fall of 2010. He claims that one of the two juvenile beings encountered that day was fatally wounded by him. The adult one he first encountered, retreated wounded into the uphill brush and presumed dead, never to be found. Much later, he went back and said he gathered what he claimed was piece of one. As mentioned, DNA testing was done, it's sample came back as being from a bear. Again, how could the BFRO indorse that? I'd love to hear them try.

 
                                                                          Jacobs trail cam photo's

Now this new trail cam photo pops up and people are comparing it to the Jacobs photo. The creature appears to have a severe case of mange and that would cause what appear's to be hair loss. But, that's my opinion. I am not a mange expert. You know of any? No, wait! I do know of someone. Remember Michael "Tazer" Merchant? His beard looks like mange. Either that or he washes his beard with steroids in water.

 

 

 

Michael Merchant

                      

Will Facebook/Findbigfoot will send the Kulls signal up in the sky for the help of "The Sasquatch Detective" at his secret location nursing home he works at during the all night hours. Oops! Did I let the cat out of the bag? Sorry. Not really folks.

Maybe it's the baby Bigfoot that was left roaming around near the Hollywood sign a few weeks ago. Jon Foss aka "Jack Barnes" gave Detective Kulls his frequent flyer miles to descend on LA to "crack" the case once and for all. Pardon me a second while I finish laughing.

 

 
                                                          
"                                                                The "Squat Decetive" Steve Kulls
 
 

Let's not forget Jason Barone. Barone is the real name of JR Dobbs. He drove all the way to LA in his or a rented car. Another ace reporter ready to help descend on The City of Angeles. Did these guys hear that the baby Bigfoot ate at McDonalds and they were hoping to get the toys in the Happy Meals bag.?

I'm sure these fine gentleman will be able to get to the bottom of this new trail cam video without the help of the BFRO. I think BFRO stands for Better Find Regular Opinions. Matt Moneymaker has all the credibility of Ted Bundy . If you don't know who Ted Bundy was, Google it. Moneymaker is another ego maniac in the Bigfoot Community which I think needs a neighborhood watch.

I'm not going to waste time on more trail cam photo's and the Justin Smeja Twilight Zone story when I know a person who has an actual Bigfoot body. You may have heard his name? It's Rick Dyer and he IS "The Best Bigfoot Tracker in the World." Soon he will shock the world.

Possibly the Smeja story is a lost episode of the old TV show "Dick Clarks's Practical Jokes  Bloopers. Hey! come to think of it, Smeja does look like Uncle Jessie on the TV show "The Dukes of Hazzard", that character was played by an actor named Denver Pyle. Hum, I wonder, I wonder.

 
 

 
Uncle Jessie from "The Dukes of Hazzard"
 


 
Justin Smeja or Uncle Jessie?
 

In the meantime. Keep checking those trial cams. If you see a Bigfoot. Shoot off a flair. I'll be watching the sky. Oh! check out the new Smeja action figure coming to a toy store near you this holiday season. It comes with a junior DNA testing kit and a bear meat sample. Batteries not included.


Rick Dyer Bigfoot Body 1st Anniversary Special

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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

"Bigfoot Is Real, Nessie Is NOT"



Is it a rogue wave... or something else?


Editor-in-Chief note by Frank Cali: Bigfoot is about to be proven 100% real by Rick Dyer. No longer will Bigfoot be considered a myth once and for all. The Loch Ness Monster unfortunately will remain a myth. Over the years, I knew 2 people who actually took part in the investigations at Loch Ness. One was Dan Taylor, he was the gentleman who took the little yellow submarine that he built himself  to explore the Loch back in 1969. It was sponsored by World Book Encyclopedia. During one of his dives, the small sub was turned around by a strong force and got stuck in the muck on the Loch bed. Dan had to blow his ballast tanks of the sub to get it free. For the rest of his life, his goal was to return to the Loch with a sub that was powerful enough and fast enough to follow anything that may be in there. In the late 1990's, Dan sold his house, took out loans to build a bigger and faster sub to return to Loch Ness. The project would cost around 1 million dollars to complete and get to Loch Ness. I was going to install mini TV cameras in the sub when it was completed.

During the course of building his new sub, Dan kept suffering a series of strokes and heart attacks. He made it and pulled through. "I dodged another bullet" Dan would say to me. He wanted to get that sub built before he had a fatal heart attack or stroke. Sadly, Dan had a fatal heart attack in 2005  and his dream was never finished.

Another friend of mine is Dick Raynor. Dick worked with the Loch Ness investigation team in the 1960' as a volunteer. During one of his watches as camera operator, he took the famous film of "something" seen on the Loch surface when along came a boat into the camera's view. At the time, Dick assumed he took footage of "Nessie." Year's later with the improvement of technology, it was discovered that the footage was actually of a bird swimming in the Loch. Dick also had another important role to play in Loch Ness. In the 1970's, a man by the name of Robert Rines, head of The Academy of Applied Sciences in Boston deployed underwater camera's in the loch. One of these famous photos Rines took was "thought" to be a head shot of "Nessie" for many years. Back in the 1990's Dick Raynor who also is a scuba diver when in that exact location underwater where the photo was taken by Rines time lapse camera. It turns out the camera was hanging in water not as deep as originally believed and actually started to drag on the Loch bottom. Dick was to discover what it really was the camera had taken that day. It was a rotted tree stump that appeared to look like that "gargoyle type "head" in the photo. Dick brought the stump to the surface and took a photo to compare with the Rines "head" shot and it matched 100%. The tree stump Dick pulled out of the Loch rest in a garage in that area to this day. Rines never talked to Dick again.


Rines "Head" shot




Tree stump in the exact location via GPS findings



Getting back to Dan Taylor, years later it was discovered that the bottom of the Loch bed actually forms unusual waves and gas bubbles that cause turbulence  in the Loch. What really turned Dan's sub around was one of those things, not any Loch Ness Monster. All the "Nessie"researchers now know there no Loch Ness Monster. It's all water ripples, underwater eruptions on the Loch bed, boat wave effects and so on. There is a possibly that "some" of those sighting's could possibility  be a Sturgeon that occasionally comes into the Loch.)

 (But still the reports come, like this new one in the news this week below)

New story about Nessie in the news this week


The way amateur photographer David Elder tells it, you'd think he snapped a photo of Nessie, , the fabled Loch Ness monster:
“Out of the corner of my right eye I caught site of a black area of water about 15 feet long, which developed into a kind of bow wave," Elder, 50, told the Daily Mirror. "I'm convinced this was caused by a solid black object under the water. The water was very still at the time and there were no ripples coming off the wave and no other activity on the water."

Elder's alleged encounter took place earlier this month near Fort Augustus, at the south-west end of the 23-mile-long lake in northern Scotland. In addition to still photos, Elder was able to get video of the wave HERE ,

According to the Metro, Elder was taking a photo of a swan on the Loch (Lake)  when he first saw the disturbance beneath the water. 

In May, an Irish film maker captured footage of an identified creature breaking surface of Lough Fough in Ireland. Although the video fueled speculation that Ireland might have its own elusive sea creature, critics pointed to "inconsistencies" that suggested the footage was staged.

Although many scientists doubt that the Loch Ness monster exists, other people firmly believe that Nessie is out there. The most famous purported photo of the in 1934 by Robert Kenneth Wilson, a London gynecologist.

Wilson sold his photo to the Daily Mail, but refused to have his name associated with it, and it became known as the "Surgeon's Photograph." In 1975, the Sunday Telegraph published an article claiming the photo was faked.

See article HERE

"Hunt for One of Gaming’s Most Mythical Creatures"






Way out in southeastern Flint County, Back o Beyond is the most isolated area in San Andreas. Its trees loom conspiratorially, their branches knitted together, creating a sense of gloom. As night falls, a fog rises, muffling the air. For some, it’s a place of tranquility, far away from the noise and fury of the cities nearby. But for others, this forsaken forest is home to an unknown terror.


In 2004, Rob Silver was driving his truck through Back o Beyond when he caught sight of something in the thicket. “Out of the corner of the television screen I saw a large, tall, dark figure,” he said. “It happened twice, both times during that first year. To this day, I’ve not come across the creature again.” Earlier this year, Kaleb Krimmel, a teen-ager from Michigan, had a similar experience. “I have seen strange figures in the fog before, but pedestrians can sometimes appear in weird places,” he said. “While this sort of computer error describes most of my encounters, this time was different. I was in Back o Beyond, walking up a hill. It was foggy out, but behind some plants I clearly saw a giant black figure. I aimed my camera to take a picture, but by the time I steadied the viewfinder it was gone.”


Silver and Krimmel are not the only players who claim to have seen Bigfoot in the virtual forests of Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, a video game released in 2004 in which players assume the role of a young gang member, Carl Johnson, in a story that draws upon various real-life events in Los Angeles, most centrally the rivalry between the Bloods and Crips street gangs. The game, set in 1992 within the fictional state of San Andreas, a geographical amalgam of California and Nevada, sold more than twenty-seven million copies worldwide. If the game’s developers had included a rare occurrence of a Bigfoot character in the Back o Beyond, occasional sightings from the masses of scouring players would be inevitable.

Within months of the game’s release, videos allegedly showing sightings of Bigfoot appeared on YouTube, while viewers debated their authenticity in the comments.
These discussions were muddied when some enterprising fans created a “mod,” or an alternative code that can be downloaded and installed, to insert a fabricated Bigfoot into the game, complicating the hunt for the “real” virtual Bigfoot. Nevertheless, nearly a decade after the game’s release, a number of communities continue to work to prove the authenticity of Bigfoot’s existence in the original game, and devoted users still upload photographs of unusual footprints and other pieces of circumstantial evidence to their Web sites. Silver runs one such site. “Many Web sites make the Bigfoot myth out to be some fan-made story that’s simply gotten out of hand,” he said. “In fact, the staff at the Grand Theft Auto Web site I contributed to at the time didn’t want anything to do with myths, and refused to have them catalogued. Last November, I set out to make the most comprehensive, informative Grand Theft Auto myth site on the Web.”


The Bigfoot debate of the game closely mirrors that of the real world, in which believers often clash with skeptics. Silver’s certainty in the creature’s existence is absolute. “I one-hundred-per-cent believe Bigfoot exists within San Andreas,” he said. Krimmel agrees: “I do believe the creature exists. I have encountered him more than once. I would say he is proven.” But critics say the myth’s disciples are fooling themselves. “Either they’re mistaken, or they’re lying,” said a skeptical forum user. “Myth hunters are determined to believe in myths despite all evidence to the contrary. Perhaps they want the myths to be true so badly that they’ve managed to trick themselves into seeing things that aren’t there, or they’ve made connections between things that aren’t connected. Maybe they’re just lying or stupid, or both.”


One crucial advantage the Bigfoot hunters in the game have over their real-world counterparts is that they’re able to communicate with the game’s creators. Grand Theft Auto’s developer, Rockstar North, has not been silent on the issue. Speaking to an American video-game magazine shortly after the game’s release, the lead level designer Craig Filshie said that there was “not a bit of truth” to the Bigfoot rumors. “If you look closely, you’ll notice that all of the screenshots are typically retouched versions of screenshots we created for magazines and Web sites before the game was released,” he said.


Filshie even went so far as to offer his own explanation for what Bigfoot-sighters might be seeing in the game: “San Andreas is an extremely complex game, with millions of lines of code. It’s entirely possible for strange things to happen, but none of them are intentional.” Terry Donovan, the C.E.O. of Rockstar, said, “There is no Bigfoot, just like in real life.” This straightforward denial from the game’s makers should have been enough to quash the rumors—as if God himself had told the world that there were no hirsute monsters roaming America’s tangled forests.
But a video game with a scope like Grand Theft Auto is a vast and multifaceted construction, built by teams of hundreds of people. It’s entirely possible that one artist or designer could have inserted an Easter egg like Bigfoot without the rest of the team’s knowledge. Indeed, some coders concealed a sex-based mini-game—which became known as “hot coffee”—that led to the company’s being brought in front of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission in 2006. It was a scandal that cost the game’s publisher, Take Two, more than twenty million dollars in lawsuit payments. If a fully developed mini-game, which allowed the game’s lead character to have graphic sex with women, could be surreptitiously included in the game, it’s no great stretch to believe that a single rogue programmer or artist could have quietly inserted a mythical beast.


Virtual Bigfoot skeptics have another advantage over their real-life counterparts: they are able to scour the game’s code in search of evidence. If there were no Bigfoot assets, like a graphic rendering, it would prove that virtual Bigfoot was a myth. Some motivated skeptics have spent countless hours scanning the code; they claim that, in the thousands upon thousands of lines of programming, there is nothing referring to Bigfoot. But some people are dubious of these claims; after all, how meticulous will an amateur, unpaid hacker be?
Despite its early denials, Rockstar has only added to the sense of doubt in recent years. When asked to comment on the rumors, a Rockstar spokesperson told me, “We’d prefer to keep an air of mystery surrounding the topic. Let the myth remain a myth.” Christian Cantamessa, a former Rockstar employee who worked as a level designer on the game, took a similar stance when I approached him. “It is a little like asking the U.S. government to discuss Area 51, isn’t it?” he said. “The only appropriate comment is ‘No comment.’ ”


For myth-hunters, the search for Bigfoot has provided an ongoing and compelling reason to continue playing the game long after the main storyline has been exhausted. Krimmel visits San Andreas twice a week in search of Bigfoot, taking an in-game camera with him on his excursions in the hope of photographing the creature. “I’ve beaten the game twice, and maxed out my stats, so myth-hunting is the only thing left to do,” he said. For Silver, the ongoing allure is in the chance to catch sight of something rare and wonderful. “There’s a one-in-a-hundred shot at finding him, in my opinion,” he said. “That possibility is why I return.”
Whether or not people are disposed to believing in or disregarding legends, the San Andreas Bigfoot myth appears to be self-perpetuating. As newer and younger players gain access to the game and read the online rumors, some are inexorably drawn into the story, and become active participants in its extension. It’s a worldwide phenomenon. Rhem Alhatimy, a fourteen-year-old resident of Kufa, Iraq, bought a pirated copy of the game a few months ago, on a DVD containing each of the PC titles in the long-running Grand Theft Auto series.


“I’d read the rumors, and decided to visit Back o Beyond myself,” he said. “It was about three o’clock in the morning. That’s when I saw it: a dark, creepy thing standing in the woods. I’m not one-hundred-per-cent certain, but I think that was him.”
“I will keep looking,” Alhatimy continued. “There is something in those woods.”

Monday, August 26, 2013

"Rick Dyer & Team Tracker Revs Up For Big Event."


 
By Frank Cali Vice President Team Tracker
 
 

We're getting ready for the main event coming soon. We have a brand new logo, new web site and alot more coming in the following weeks.

Next week will be the first anniversary of when Rick Dyer had his the encounter on September 6, 2012 when he shot and killed a Bigfoot in San Antonio, Texas. A special show is being discussed for that evening so, keep checking this blog for updates.

 
The brand new web site is designed by Team Tracker member Andrew Clacy. This awesome website is the place to find out about Rick and Bigfoot. Also a new blog, a place to report a sighting. Merchandise, licensing, media and also Rick Dyer's biography and a discription in hi sown words of his encounter with Bigfoot . Soon the entire globe will know why Rick Dyer is "The Best Bigfoot Tracker in the World." Click here for new web site

 
Rick show's is being been broadcast exclusivity on YouTube using Google Hangouts which lets you see Rick and the Team Tracker members and it has a function for viewers to ask questions on the site.

A prominent scientist will be making a statement in regard to "Hank" the Bigfoot body that has been studied over the past year. For those of us who have seen the body, we know that this is going to rock the scientific and zoological community for many years to come.  As I've said before, no longer will people be afraid to come forward with the encounters and sightings they have had and will no longer be laughed at.

Rick Dyer has been busy filming his new A&E TV series and of course the movie "Shooting Bigfoot" will finally be coming to theaters that features Rick, plus Dallas and Wayne.

 
Big Lion Films is back in production and in the next few weeks, the video "3 Days, 3 Nights: Not Just A Bigfoot movie" with Rick and several Team Tracker members will be released on DVD. A lot of people have already pre-ordered it and you can order your copy here HERE


New Team Tracker logo

 
Rick and I and all Team Tracker members are very much looking forward to the press conference that will shock the world. Then we can have the last laugh at the haters and nuts who have made untrue and unfair statements attacking Rick, myself and others on the team. We can then look at them and see the look on their faces as they find out THEY have made fools of themselves to the world.


For now, I''ll leave you with this video from the Vegas trip. CLICK HERE
 

'Willow Creek (Bigfoot) Movie Review



(Editors note: Will this movie be a hit or a box off dud that will end up on pay per view soon enough? See you at the movies.


The power of suggestion substitutes for onscreen scares as a couple wanders off the grid in Northern California in search of Sasquatch.
 

Bigfoot may or may not exist, but there’s definitely something freaky going down in the woods in "Willow Creek," Bob Goldthwait's “ effective yet wholly unnecessary contribution to the genre of horror movies allegedly recovered from the hard drives of dead cameramen. As in “The Blair Witch Project,” the power of suggestion substitutes for onscreen scares as a couple wanders off the grid in Northern California in search of Sasquatch, with predictable results. Still, the project does represent an amusing stretch for the comedian-turned-helmer. Considering the low cost, Goldthwait should have no trouble recouping this self-financed venture by hand-targeting receptive auds


As it happens, “Blair Witch” co-director Eduardo Sanchez is developing a Bigfoot chiller of his own, titled “Exists,” though “Willow Creek” has the good fortune to reach screens first. Even though Goldthwait doesn't even bother to show the creature in question, he could sap what little interest exists in the subject simply by being first on the scene, the way “Olympus Has Fallen” trumped the bigger-budget “White House Down” earlier this year.
Lead characters Jim (Bryce Johnson) and Kelly (Alexie Gilmore) belong to the tail end of a generation whose only real connection to Bigfoot has been the 1987 kid pic “Harry and the Hendersons.” An amateur Documentarian determined to capture firsthand proof of the creature’s existence, Jim drags his reluctant g.f. along for what he oddly considers a romantic getaway. While not exactly hipsters, the couple display enough ironic disrespect for the region’s folksy tourism trade — reflected in everything from crudely painted murals to oversized burgers — that they're practically begging to be humbled by the experience.



 

 
                                                        Bob Goldthwait (center)  

                                                            



By contrast, there’s something relatively endearing about the locals who agree to be interviewed on camera, and these anthropological bits offer a fraction more human interest than the relatively tired device of actors bumbling through the woods recording everything via handheld video diary. Although inherently frustrating, the found-footage approach does suit the subject, considering that the most compelling evidence of Bigfoot to date has been the equally shaky Patterson-Gimlin film.


When not wasting time on multiple takes of Jim’s surfer-dude narration, “Willow Creek” casually sets up some of the Bigfoot lore that will resurface later, including talk of a missing woman who might be the source of the forlorn crying they hear late at night. Jim clearly hasn't considered what they would do if Bigfoot actually appeared (Kelly’s too skeptical to be worried at first), and the pair sneak down to the site where the creature has reportedly been spotted in the past and set up camp.


Once darkness falls, Goldthwait treats audiences to a nerve-wracking 19-minute shot inside the tent, as the jumpy couple respond to a host of unnatural sounds coming from all around them. It’s not easy to manufacture the kind of tension “Willow Creek” achieves during this sequence, though it will undoubtedly play better in crowded theaters than alone at home, where the entire endeavor feels more like a cheap trick. In angling for suspense, this low-budget stunt relies a bit too heavily on our suspension of disbelief.
 

Saturday, August 24, 2013

"Finding Bigfoot's BoBo Faye Makes A Boo Boo"

By Frank Cali Vice President Team Tracker


     Finding Bigfoot's BoBo is on Twitter making false statements about Rick  Dyer. In this video, Rick talks about these statements. Why doesn't BoBo address the statements about Matt Money Maker's alleged drug use on location of the show? It's on all the blog's. A well know "secret" now out of the closet. Another fact BoBo does not address that he's not as tall as they want people to believe. I've talked to several people who have met him and he's not the "giant" they make him out to be.

 

    James "BoBo" Faye ready for some "tree knockin with no results again"



     The show using the same format week after week, town hall meeting, CGI animation, they  pick the worst amateur videos to look into, horrible "recreations" and the cliff hanger into every commercial when they say "Wait! what's that? After the commercial the "Wait! What's that is a freaking squirrel or an Owl, LMAO. In my opinion they should call this 60 minute waste of time "NOT Finding Bigfoot" and they never will. There is only ONE person who found Bigfoot and his name is RICK DYER.


     Hey! What's a good looking famous guy like BoBo doing on Twitter on a Saturday night? You think he would be "Finding Bigfoot" with some good looking girl like Renee from the show. She's so hot, she reminds me of "Ernie" on the old TV show "My 3 Sons"





Renee "Finding Bigfoot"







                                                             Ernie "My 3 Sons"




Click below for Rick Dyer's response to Mr. BoBo



"Bigfoot On Broadway?"



Getting his musical to New York was tough.

Getting it back home to Minnesota might prove even tougher.


With a well-reviewed string of five off-Broadway performances wrapping up a few weeks ago as part of the New York City Musical Theatre Festival, Minnesota State University alum and amateur playwright Phil Darg is now hoping to find a way to produce “Sasquatch! The Musical” in his native state.
“We’re hoping to get it back to Minnesota,” he said. “That’s always been in the back of our minds.”

Darg was notified earlier this year that his musical was one of 10 selected by NYMF's panel of nine judges — all but one of whom has won or been nominated for a Grammy, Tony or OBIE award.
Each of the 200 submissions was judged blindly with the final 10 earning a chance to participate in the festival's Next Link program. The mission of the program is to “empower emerging musical theatre writing teams ... by providing the training and relationships needed to help them move their musicals from readings to fully-realized productions and to advance their careers by maximizing the exposure they receive in the Festival.”

Each playwright is given the chance to attend a weekend symposium that includes seminars led by industry professionals on fundraising, marketing, industry outreach and self-producing. Participants are also introduced to potential collaborators, supporters and producers, and receive dramaturgical support from professional literary managers and dramaturgs.

'The Aussie Bigfoot...the Yowie"

 
By Kim Little Team Tracker Member


Footprint in the mud

 

As you might know there is a Bigfoot that lives down under in Australia, “the Australian apes”, “Yahoos” or “Youries”. Today, they are generally referred to as Yowies


The list of modern-day eyewitnesses includes zoologists, rangers, surveyors and members of the elite Special Air Service Regiment, also general people...

I am not going to type here all the different reasons why you should believe that there is such a creature. I only want to give you the reasons why I believe there is such types of animals..

Who am I , just a normal hard working blue collar worker that has a interest in these so called myths. I was a keyboard researcher for a few years and although there are some great quick videos online, I was sick to death of all the blob squatches.

Through talking to some great researchers that have a clue I was keen to get out there and check it all out and find out if the story's are true or just made up.

At this stage I guess you could put me on the fence about believing such a creature existed..but I was open minded, ill tell you when you first go on your investigation (I hate that word) you really find out how sceptical you really are , I saw lots of broken branches, scratched trees and obvious signs of them,cI was surprised with myself, I though I would be yes yes thats them but I wasn't..

It took many trips going out there seeing the signs, taking notes and noticing the tree marking, foot prints and sounds. 
 
Tree marking
 
 
 

Before I came a true believer, I would only be denying the evidence that was in front of me and remember I saw and heard all this.

Now I have many sound recording ..I have one what I call yowie vs dirt bike...it goes for at least 3 hours a couple of dirt bike riders traveling up and down the bush, every time the bike leaves their area you here a large CRACK and then a response from over another area CRACK..when ever the dirt bike would come back and then leave you would here these wood cracks....CRACK!

Keep in mind in Australia we have no known animals that makes large tree sounds...

Australia is allmost the same size as USA but we only have roughly 23 million people and mostly spread around the coastal regions,

Of that population there is about 99.9% of people that do not believe there is such a creature..its in the yowies favour that it stays like that...


Yowie bark sign
 
 
yowie bark sign 2
 

From what I know there are about a few hundred people actually following the yowie information,out of that there's maybe one hundred very interested, out of those about 50 people getting out in the bush, of theses people there is about 10 doing it repeatable, and only maybe 4 getting results..and I take my hat off to those guys getting out there.

So if you ask me why this creature hasn't been found in Australia, I will say this...(Im not an expert)but Africa has fully funded millions of dollars to study the gorilla, full time researchers, camps and indigenous trackers.....and it still takes them weeks to find and track gorillas..

What do I think they are...good question.....I don't know, but they are very similar to the gorilla with their actions and the eating habits

We have hair samples, foot prints, videos, photos..no scientist will put there neck on the line for it..So unfortunately a body is the only way people will believe.. I would like to thank all those real researchers that are trying to find the answer...