I think Bigfoot is blurry; that’s the problem. It’s not the photographer’s fault. Bigfoot is blurry and that’s extra scary to me. Bigfoot saw me but nobody believes him. There’s a large, out-of-focus monster roaming the countryside. Run, he’s fuzzy, get out of here. Buy this shirt now if you like Bigfoot.
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I used to think the Patterson film could be real but now I realize the reason for odd “big foot” gait. It’s the fake big feet. Think about how you’d walk with clown shoes or swim flippers on. Totally fake film.
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Your first comment makes us believers a little reluctant to chime in. but hey, I ain’t afraid of you. I am a believer and not afraid to say it. Ha! I know what I saw. Bigfoot is in the same place as God, in the minds of people that will believe anything. Please stop the click bait and stick to science. That’s why we subscribed. Please don’t go to the effort of losing respect by repeating the crap of the cable television channels that once provided viewers with educational programming, but which later devolved into pseudo-scientific crap like Ghost Hunters. Years ago I was dating a girl who was a filmmaker. Bigfoot saw me but nobody believes him. She came up with a script for a mockumentary about Bigfoot. We attended a Bigfoot conference in Ohio and conducted a bunch of interviews and sat in on presentations given by the fields “leading experts”. The were quite a few hair samples and plaster castings, like the one I made a few days prior in my garage.