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So here I sit on day 33 of my COVID-19 Social Distancing marathon.  What do my eyes spy?

Well last week on Squatch-D TV we talked about Bob Heironimus, in relation to the Patterson-Gimlin Film, and his claims to being “the man in the suit” and how psychologically his story didn’t fit, it morphed into the ridiculous Bigfoot Massacre Theory espoused my Marlon K. (MK) Davis over a decade ago.

Davis was once hailed a hero over his work, stabilizing and enhancing the PG Film in ways it had never been done. But on a spring day in 2008 I received a call from a colleague at a Bigfoot conference, stating now MK was telling a tale of coverup, conspiracy and a massacre regarding the PG film.

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MK Davis

All from some interpretation, by an amateur nonetheless, of his enhanced film. How you get a conspiracy theory, complete with assassins from Canada, bulldozers and lime burying a family of Sasquatch is clearly more talented than remote viewing a Bigfoot by a bunch of women claiming they are researchers.

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My view on the massacre theory!

But I digress, because why this “theory” is complete and utter donkey fodder we shall discuss on Squatch-D TV on April 26, 2020 with Russell Accord and a special guest, what the real story is how a huckster new to the scene is piping in, an obvious attempt for more clicks.

The in turn caused the ringmaster to chime in along with his puppet who believes in virtually anything, (i.e.. “Angel DNA” Bigfoot aka Ketchum Project).

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Scott Carpenter and a stump…(er Bigfoot!) Hmm..couldn’t put that camera in video mode?

Let me stop and say, there are people out there that say, “Ignore them”, or, “They can believe what they want.”

While that is true with “belief”, it is not with an allegation, and Bob Gimlin is still alive so they cannot and should not, be ignored. And Bob is now receiving threats according to manager Russell Acord.

But since mid-last year, there’s this cat that believes he is the “know it all” of Bigfoot maybe because he is some big game hunter and tracker.

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Steve Isdahl… Bigfoot Rookie & Know-it-all.

People flock to him like he is “in-the-know.” He apparently had an encounter with a Sasquatch, but if true, it has sent him off the rails. At first he seemed normal, but then we have the usual crap we see from the “wanna-be” Bigfoot stars.

“Bigfoot is demonic.” “People in the Bigfoot Community are paid to say it’s flash and blood in some conspiracy, specifically Dr. Meldrum.”

Ah..we’ve seen this type in the Bigfoot world before. Their fame fades quickly.

He claims to speak to witnesses and give their accounts, (with no investigation I might add). He is in all appearances the Canadian Linda Newton Perry.

He says he, “Doesn’t give a F**K about what people think.” Let’s see!

He said he challenges people to challenge him…

In December I sent a PM to open a dialogue, even giving him my phone number… all I heard were crickets! 

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And now he jumps on the Massacre bandwagon and his sheeple followers say to him, “Thank you for exposing this,” like it is something new. News flash…it’s not.

He slammed Todd Standing, his Canadian brethren, but then again, hoaxers don’t like company.

But here is a question from the “enlightened one.” If Bigfoot is supernatural, demonic, etc. how do you expect us to believe a family of them is killed?

Did they use Holy Water? Silver Bullets? A Proton Pack?

I mean, you said they were supernatural and / or demonic?

Or was this particular “clan” flash and blood? I am confused.

Seems a bit disingenuous doesn’t it? 


Well, we will be tackling this issue more in depth on the show of April 26, 2020 (9PM Eastern on Squatch-D TV) .

Currently here is our exciting show lineup…

Show Lineup Apr-May

We hope to see y’all in chat on the shows.

Please stay safe and healthy, God Bless!!

Till Next Time,

Squatch-D

Again I hope this finds everyone in good health.

Debunking – to expose the sham or falseness of…

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/debunk

So over the last couple of days I have debunked a series of pictures of a video of an alleged Bigfoot peeping in a window. The debunking was largely based on the submitters outright lies. That combined with the ridiculousness of the nature of the statement he had made easily showed that the pictures submitted could not be real.

Part one of the investigation dealt with the man’s story and how it doesn’t fit true to his background. Inconsistencies were found.

Part two dealt with the little information we had on the photos and combined them what we do know, where the submitter lived. And the theory seemed to match pretty well.

The majority of folks are in line with the results. But there are a very few hold-outs claiming that this “debunking” is not valid because the pictures were not disproven. Apparently, lying about how the pictures were taken and came to be is not enough to debunk them. HUH?

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So apparently the ONLY thing on the above screen we are to believe is the photos?

There does seem to be a confirmation bias along with this syndrome as well.

My reply was the following to this:

Debunking doesn’t have to deal with the photos, although if you read part II I did deal with the photos. The story is a LIE. People act with such naivety.

Everyone is focusing on his record. That wasn’t the only point. His wife has passed, and he doesn’t live nor does he own property as he stated, in Bailey. BS in equals BS out. If you have a BS story you have BS evidence.

The reason why people get duped is they are two dimensional which people ignore the problems with his story as shown in 2 different blogs and. How can you debunk photos when you have no real information nor an original file? You can’t.

Why did he wait almost three years to say something about this? (His own Facebook page didn’t have these pictures on them until March of this year.)

Conveniently has a video recorder next to him?

Didn’t call his wife to see what was going on?

Videotapes for ten minutes..then he thinks of grabbing his gun?

Original file destroyed in a fire?

Come on… people THINK!!

Vague details on what sheriff’s department he called or where this alleged fire was. Vagueness in verifiable details is a huge flag.

But some people have such strong confirmation bias, that they are willing to overlook REALITY. Dyer’s tent video and 2nd body was a great example of that.

People forget in the REAL world when physical evidence is scarce or limited; what real-world investigators do is look at the suspect account.

So is this your stance now that if someone takes a picture of a Sasquatch that no story can be used to verify or debunk a claim, only the pictures? So if someone reports seeing Sasquatch we should just take their word? I mean if you find flaws in their story it is a "debunking" rather than a debunking.

If certain people believe that, enjoy your "research."

I find it pretty biased that people that state, "just because he can’t have a gun doesn’t mean he didn’t have one." Agreed he could. But it’s also kind of stupid to put that on blast around the internet.

Why do you call the photographer the "alleged" photographer? He admitted he was. Seems to me you use quotes when you want to emphasize sarcasm. Matter of fact every reference on the internet points back to him as the source of the photos. Or are you trying to shape a new theory based on….? Confirmation bias perhaps?

I say this not as a criticism but as a teachable moment.

What evidence do you have that the photos are legitimate? You don’t because his story is BS.

But the other points of the debunking are being ignored. Why is common sense being ignored? Why? Confirmation Bias.

It is inconceivable to me, other than confirmation bias, that a person would overlook someone’s statement to rule or rule out a piece of evidence’s reliability.

In the case of Susan Smith, the evidence was 2 missing kids and a car. The police had nothing other than that besides her statement. How did they debunk she was carjacked? By breaking down her story.

Similarly here we are left with a series of photos with NOTHING to verify their authenticity. All we had was the story. So there you have it.

Inconsistencies in ANY investigation, civil, criminal, cryptid, UFO or paranormal, regardless if evidence is collected or not is a huge flag.

Not only did our investigation provide the submitter’s real address, it gave us confirmation of something we suspected in the photos in regards to the lights in the background.

Rather than today going on a long soliloquy of the process of investigation we just wanted to bring this gem of an excuse up. 

On Squatch-D TV this Sunday we will be breaking down the investigation as well as having our good friend Ben Radford on. 


If you haven’t read about the “Bigfoot Peeper” you can read them here:

Part I

Part II


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We must all keep reality in mind when conducting investigations and cast all aspersions aside to conduct fair, unbiased and ethical investigations.

If you want further investigation tips you can visit Squatchdetective.com and click on the Squatchdetective University or (shameless plug!) you can read my new book, The Sasquatch Playbook:A Believer Looking at the Sasquatch Mystery Through the Eyes of a Skeptic:

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Everyone please keep safe and be sure to comply with social distancing. We are getting there…slowly…but getting there!

Till Next Time,

Squatch-D

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