The Lounge has a good bunch of guy's who don't bullsht. You can trust it's an honest opinion.
You would think them guys at FLIR would be a little more gracious to Bart for getting a whole lot of new clients not just hi-tech hunters
Amazing podcast! I feel that if anyone were dismiss this thermal as anything but conclusive, then they would either have an agenda to outwardly dismiss the subject or would be ignoring the very honest and extremely thorough analysis that has been put into it. In response to the part of your discussion about whistling; there are many accounts of these creatures whistling, probably to communicate or warn each other of interference into their dwellings. I probably don't have to remind you of a very compelling account of the 'Maine Allagash Sasquatch' encounter interview, conducted by Mr Merchant (this video has now become private for some reason, along with the 'Alaska, Colorado Sasquatch' video and if anyone can explain to me why then that would be very helpful). In response to the part of the discussion about the suggestion of tools, somewhat jokingly; according to Native American legends these creatures understand how to even use fire and have used various tools over the ages such as primitive forms of baskets and sharpened sticks to spear fish. Jim Vieira has come across the documentation of countless native American burial mounds that have uncovered giant skeletons with giant tools and sometimes even weapons. The When considering the Australian Yowie (and I use this creature in comparison as I firmly believe I am talking about the exact same creature), there is a fascinating account of 'The Wildman of Monaro' (you can find this in Google Image Search) that tells of a sighting of a gorilla-type being holding what appeared to be a nulla-nulla; this is an Aboriginal war/hunting club. Furthermore; the images of Medieval European Woodwose almost always portray these beings as possessing a large stick-like club.Keep up the good work Ro! The quantity of comments on this page does by no means reflect the effect your work has on all concerned with this subject and I'm sure I speak for a lot of people around the world when I say I'm very much looking forward to your new documentary.Again, fantastic podcast.Peace.Joe, Wales, UK.
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