Do you think that Sasquatch is Real?

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  1. angela_michelle profile image98
    angela_michelleposted 8 years ago

    Do you think that Sasquatch is Real?

  2. Pollyannalana profile image86
    Pollyannalanaposted 8 years ago

    No, I would like to know with all the sightings and people with cameras why there can never in all this time be a good clear shot, is everyone that bad with a camera? They have been chasing and seeing him how many years now with no clear picture? Its like the Enquirer, get real.

  3. Sterling Carter profile image72
    Sterling Carterposted 8 years ago

    I would have to say yes I believe that the creature may be real.

    I spend a great deal of time out of doors. I have seen things that people say could not exist.

    For instance, while on my way to Alaska from Tennessee I saw a very large bird. This happened in South Dakota near Sturgis.

    This bird was so big that when it landed on a rock outcropping it looked as tall as a horse. I thought it might have been a Condor at first however, after doing some deeper research the heads of the two did not match up. The Condor has no feathers around it head and neck area.

    This bird had black feathers covering it entire head and neck.

    I saw it at a distance of only about 10 feet. I had a very close look at this critter.

    After seeing this I will concede that things do exist that science has not accounted for.

  4. destiny4885 profile image52
    destiny4885posted 8 years ago

    Its like asking people if they believe in aliens, or the abonable snowman....in my opinion theres a god, theres an amazing creation like humans, theres planets that revolve around eachother, unscene things like air and gravity keeping us alive. So if all these amazing things can exist than who knows? maybe Sasqautch is real.

  5. socialworker24 profile image55
    socialworker24posted 8 years ago

    hell yes he/she exists...there is 20000 new species discovered everyday, and in the vast uncharted wooded areas he often seen, hes hard to say a definite no.  The camera issues i think are due to the persons being in awe of what they are seeing, i know i would be excited and scared and nervous if i ever got that close and so a good clear pic might not be on my mind..lol

  6. crazyhorsesghost profile image74
    crazyhorsesghostposted 8 years ago

    I think there is enough circumstantial evidence to say yes. And in 1984 in a remote area of North Carolina I saw something I have never been able to explain. I think what I saw was a Sasquatch or Big Foot and then in 1991 in Florida I and two other people saw a real live Florida Swamp Ape and I know it was real. It was not a man in a costume but a real living breathing being. We saw the Swamp Ape in a very remote area of northeast Florida while fishing. Many other people have seen it or another just like it for years. At least going back 150 years.

 
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