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    Bigfoot

    I am not talking about coco the clown here

    I wondered if any members of this site have actually seen one. As to my own belief in their existence .. I am leaning towards a possible yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paultap View Post
    I am not talking about coco the clown here

    I wondered if any members of this site have actually seen one. As to my own belief in their existence .. I am leaning towards a possible yes.
    I've seen a few big hairy arsed apes in my time...
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    My brother in law takes size 13s and has a hairy back, does that count?

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    The name is Ronald.
    The clown, not Big Foot.
    Big Foot's name is Priscilla. Met her on a blind date once....~Muir

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    Not if your brother in law is domesticated.
    Last edited by paultap; 26-12-2014 at 17:27.

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    Muir, I would hazard a guess she was hairy down South then.... In Britain that went out of fashion in the late eighties, Though I believe Sharron Stone made it popular again in the 1992 film Basic instinct.
    Last edited by paultap; 26-12-2014 at 17:38.

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    Seen some "odd" things when out but not one of those. If I did I think the smell would scare him off

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    I've never been one to instantly dismiss these things as fantasy............'there are more things in Heaven and on Earth', etc?

    I don't have any argument other than that, though.

    Big Cats, on the other hand............................?

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    Big Cats, on the other hand.
    No comment at the moment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodp View Post
    No comment at the moment.
    A couple of recent experiences of mine have made me think about the "big cat" phenomenon. A few weeks back I was out with the dog when a friendly labrador from one of the farms squeezed himself under a barbed wire fence and then ran/fell/jumped down a bank of approximately 5ft to the track. He left a huge paw print at the bottom in the mud, where he'd obviously landed with some force. He had also left a little tuft of his dark yellow hair on the fence. Easy to see how evidence could be misinterpreted by those who hadn't seen the dog and/or enjoy the idea of it being a big cat.
    Then today, out with the dog again on a different lane just after first light. I stopped at a spot that overlooks a narrow field between two areas of woodland. I often see a fox down there and its a nice quiet spot to watch. Today my fox was there. As I watched him I saw movements closer to the foreground. My first instinct said muntjac, but as I watched through the naked eye in the half light I thought maybe badger. It didn't stick around for long enough for me to make my mind up. Obviously it wasn't a big cat, but it demonstrates how difficult it can be to make an accurate identification in some conditions.
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