Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Matt Moneymaker Defends Finding Bigfoot

Matt Moneymaker has issued a statement as to why Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot cast seems to attribute everything to Bigfoot activity. You can find it here. Makes good sense to me.
Bigfoot Crossing in Georgia

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

how come most Canadian Provinces have no reported Sas sightings?

Daniel Jepson said...

Well, let's stop right there. There have been hundreds of sightings coming from Canada. Many of them are just not publicized as they are in the US. Also factor in that most Canadians live pretty close to the US-Canada border, that leaves a lot of undeveloped land that not a lot of people venture into. In fact, only four of the thirteen Canadian Provinces have not reported a Bigfoot Sighting (according to the BFRO database).

niovajodik said...

The reason most of the ten Canadian provinces and two territories don't report Sasquatch is that he doesn't inhabit areas outside of the two western-most provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, as well as Yukon territory (next to Alaska). There have been recent reports from Manitoba, but they are suspect, and likely hoaxes. All other stories from around the country are either easily-identified hoaxes, very unlikely, or historical stories of when Sasquatch probably lived there many years ago.

Daniel Jepson said...

I would say the reason that most of the Canadian provinces don't report Sasquatch sightings often is because very few people live there. I don't see how "All other stories from around the country are either easily-identified hoaxes, very unlikely, or historical stories of when Sasquatch probably lived there many years ago." This makes little sense to me. Can you prove that every Bigfoot sighting was a hoax? No. And how can people report things that happened in the wilderness decades ago when people weren't around? They can't.