Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Why does the Bigfoot Community forget about the other hoaxers?

Why was Alex Hearn and 
Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL
Below- Alex Hearn Promoting the hoax
You've probably seen this grainy video from 1967, which allegedly shows Bigfoot, but new so-called evidence released Tuesday shows even more detailed video.

"We want people to understand this is a serious study," said Dr. Melba Ketchum, a genetics scientist who helped lead the Sasquatch Genome Project.

This project was conducted over five years at a cost of more than a half million dollars. The funding was provided by businessman Adrian Erickson. 
"People have chosen not to believe it they can't find it in their minds to think these things exist," said Erickson at a press conference in Dallas. 
The HD images are compelling, but the group says the strongest evidence is from the DNA it collected. The DNA samples were sent to labs at New York University, UT Southwestern and the North Louisiana Crime lab. Some results came back human. Others did not.
"This creature does not follow general rule. What it does do is very different. We think it is human hybrid. That is our theory," said Ketchum.

Valley Bigfoot researcher Alex Hearn has carefully followed this study, and said he's pleased by the release.

"I like to call myself a cryptozoologist. The DNA study reinforces the video. The video reinforces  the samples that are in the study," said Hearn.

"I don't try to change their mind with speech. I try to get as much data as I can like this and pound people with the data that we have," he continued.
                                                           Above - J.C Johnson on the panel at the Erickson Project Hoax with Melba Ketchum 
                                                          Why doesn't anyone but me call out the obvious? 
                    I tell it like it is friend or not, I have no ties in the community
and I don't kiss anyones back side!
I ask J.C about he stated "I don't know what your talking about". Really!!!!!!! OMG This is the Bigfoot Community Folks
If You Believe the Erickson Footage of the Bigfoot “Matilda” is a Person in a “Chewbacca” Mask then You Must Believe the Following:

 1. The owners of the property had the technical ability and financial means to:
      a.   Purchase a cheap Chewbacca mask, modify the mask by dying the hair red and breaking down the thick fibers to make thin wispy hair.
     b.  Scuffed the nose to make it look gray and dry.
     c.  Modify the lips of the mask to make them appear weathered and chapped.
d. Painted the gums of the mask black.
e.  Changed the arrangement and size of the teeth from the original mask.
f.   Painted their own tongue black and gray
g.  Have the ability to disjoint their lower jaw so it juts out at least four inches.
h.  Fitted the mask with expertise that rivals top Hollywood special effects artist.
i.   Located, purchased, and altered the color of special effects contact lenses
j.  Found and purchased a full body suit, colored the hair to match the mask, and fitted it so well that if fooled the following individuals: John Bindernagle, Adrian Erickson, Dennis Pfohl, Troy Hudson, Matt Moneymaker, Mary Green and dozens of others.

   2. Adrian Erickson spent thousands of dollars purchasing this video and the land from the original land owners knowing this was a hoax.
   3. The Erickson Project Team spent over five years perpetrating this hoax making hours of videos of this hoaxed subject and another larger subject.   
   4. Adrian Erickson, John Bindernagle, Dennis Prahl, Troy Hudson, and    Mary Green are Hoaxers, Liars, and/or completely incompetent.
   5.That the video ends with the close-up of the face and does not show the Bigfoot’s full body and that later in the video before walking off, looking at the lady filming the video and growling.
   6. Adrian Erickson, Dennis Prahl, Troy Hudson, and Dr. Melba Ketchum perpetrated a planned hoaxed to film the subject, collect blood from the hoaxed subject, and falsify DNA results of said hoaxed subject. 
   7. That the multiple reports over the last forty years of some Bigfoot “resembling the Chewbacca character from the Star Wars movie” are lies, hoaxes, or misidentifications. 

You can dress up your comment with words like “do not mean any disrespect” , “I don’t have an axe to grind”, or “I don’t want to offend anyone”, but it does not change what you mean. If you choose to have this opinion that is your right, just be aware of what you are really saying.

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