Monday, March 20, 2017

Utah Researcher Talks About Fear of Bigfoot


Controversial researcher Nathan Reo sits down with Wes Germer of Sasquatch Chronicles.

35 comments:

  1. LOL!

    You don't need to fear them if you can't find them. I don't see how you can wax philosophical on a subject you know literally nothing about. It took this guy less than a year to burnout and he never got anywhere near bigfoot.

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    1. Nathan Reo of Utah Scamsquatch. Isnt it funny how he took down his Mounument Bigfoot video after Reddit busted Nathan adding over 150 faked audibles to that video in post production?

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    2. You mean he's a......hoaxer???

      I'm...I'm shocked!!!

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    3. Correct 2:42! Did he even buy anything from all that money he stole from people?

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    4. What about the billions you are making from your Youtube account Dr Squatch?

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    5. You can't make any money unless you have a TV appearance, or a go-fund-me site.
      I don't need to invest any money in research, i already have everything i need.

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  2. I hope the Lord can forgive Reo and Rictor for being homosexual

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  3. Here at samsquantch cuntry retard association we don't let negroes on our tour.

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    1. That seems reasonable

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    2. Cops try to get them to maintain curfew but they just keep pushin`,pushin`,pushin` at times...what can a man do ?

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    3. Ban these idiots. You have two days to figure out a way to eliminate overt racist, irrelevant posts. It's clear commenters have devolved to about six creeps. Clean it up and you might regain your following and attract some posters worth reading. Why two days? Mercy.

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  4. Too late.

    Buckle up Dorothy because in 24 hours Kansas is going bye bye at 960 fps in 4K HDR.

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    1. I hear yuh. Its grand central in Kansas and high noon just happened, so fasten up and fly straight because Big Daddy's hoppin on the 9:AM and things ain't nevah gone be the same.

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  5. DEBUNKING THE COALITION

    The Coalition is a group started in 2011 for the purpose of moling and trolling the Facebook. Bigfoot Community. They hide behind the Bluff Creek Conspiracy, which has some merit if they weren't involved in their troll conspiracy.

    Debunking their claims:

    They claim they identified a Humbolt Pine martin, an endangered species by trail camera. First failure is that there is no DNA confirmation of the species. The second fail is the Humboldt Pine Martin is listed as Of Concern, not endangered by the government. It's a manipulation of data to enhance the project.

    They claim they found the historical PGF site, but offer no confirmable proof. We are supposed to take their word for it. No evidence, no confirmation. Also this does nothing to advance Bigfoot Research since theres been no activity out of there, if it is there, in several decades. It's another attempt to enhance reputation.

    They claim they outed SOHA from Matthew Johnson. What they actually did was cyberstalk and troll him for two years, and then conspire to commit a hoax at SOHA. There was a plan to discredit the Olympic Project in the mix as well. The geologist, the one actual scientist in the Bluff Creek Consipracy has had issues with the Olympic Project and saw a chance to discredit them. That and one of the Coalition admins is the actual SOHA hoaxer.

    They also pick on a sixteen year old Austrailian kid over a cougar track. That's pretty lame.

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    1. Blah blah blah blah.
      That's what comes out of Shaw, from both ends the same.

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    2. Remember that time Steven Spudfart was busted plotting to plant fake evidence in a bigfoot hoax? He has his best friend Jamie Wayne to thank for spilling the beans on his unethical plot. Ahh best friends.

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    3. Aw, Kelly is in love. How cute!

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    4. Remember that time moldy bookstore owner bug eyes told everyone on facebook that bigfoot simply does not exist & then he went on national tv & said he had a bigfoot experience of his own? Good times.

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    5. Some kind of repetitive psychosis ^ this Shaw must have. Jeez, what a nut!

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    6. Steve is a professed agnostic about Bigfoot. He's said this endlessly and consistently. He is more of a skeptic now than he was in 2011 when Finding Bigfoot came to his store (that has no mold in it). That's only natural considering the hopeless state of Bigfoot research today, after some sixty years of it in modern times here in North America. On that show he never once said that he actually saw a Bigfoot nor did he claim it was a Bigfoot with certainty. He said it was a possibility, and described what happened. That's all. The producers edited the recording to remove statements like "I didn't see what it was," and "I don't know what it was because I didn't see it." Kekky knows about this sort of thing, like when he heard a cow vocalize on Survivorman, and he thought it was a Bigfoot. Right?

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    7. Steve knows all about performing a hoax to plant fake evidence. Ask Jamie Wayne he will tell you all about Stevens talent of hoaxing.

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    8. Fool, there was no hoax.

      We do have absolute proof of Kelly Shaw hoaxing, however.

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    9. Kind of like that time Steven lied about capturing footage of a species of Marten on game camera that is endangered. However he lied because it cant be identified without a physical examination & the species Steve lied about isnt even endangered. Gollum goes to great lengths & fabrications to get on television or a newspaper. Also has lied and backpedaled all year over his planting fake evidence scandal. Steve is on his 8th version of his cover story. Has Steven actually ever told the truth about anything? Doesnt matter at this point. Nobody trusts the bug eyed freak anyway.

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    10. Your dedication to falsehood is astonishing, Kelly Shaw.

      Everyone knows now that you are a liar, anyone with a brain and a little knowledge of the truth.

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    11. DEBUNKING THE COALITION

      The Coalition is a group started in 2011 for the purpose of moling and trolling the Facebook. Bigfoot Community. They hide behind the Bluff Creek Conspiracy, which has some merit if they weren't involved in their troll conspiracy.

      Debunking their claims:

      They claim they identified a Humbolt Pine martin, an endangered species by trail camera. First failure is that there is no DNA confirmation of the species. The second fail is the Humboldt Pine Martin is listed as Of Concern, not endangered by the government. It's a manipulation of data to enhance the project.

      They claim they found the historical PGF site, but offer no confirmable proof. We are supposed to take their word for it. No evidence, no confirmation. Also this does nothing to advance Bigfoot Research since theres been no activity out of there, if it is there, in several decades. It's another attempt to enhance reputation.

      They claim they outed SOHA from Matthew Johnson. What they actually did was cyberstalk and troll him for two years, and then conspire to commit a hoax at SOHA. There was a plan to discredit the Olympic Project in the mix as well. The geologist, the one actual scientist in the Bluff Creek Consipracy has had issues with the Olympic Project and saw a chance to discredit them. That and one of the Coalition admins is the actual SOHA hoaxer.

      They also pick on a sixteen year old Austrailian kid over a cougar track. That's pretty lame.

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    12. Facts for the trolls.

      1) Bluff Creek Project is NOT the same thing as Coalition group. Contrary to the statement above, we do not have any kind of organized mole or troll activities going on here. We comment on things in the Bigfoot Community, Â claims and people too. We don't troll them on their own groups, pages or personal walls. We don't stalk and harass anyone, which is precisely what these trolls here do to me and us. Sometimes people send us screen captures and we comment on them. So what? People shouldn't make wacky claims if they don't want criticism. We feel it is a public service to expose their cult-like activities to scrutiny.

      2) The marten subspecies in Humboldt County IS the Humboldt or coastal marten. It's a geographically distinct subspecies from the Sierra marten. There are an estimated 100 individuals left in California. The marten in the BCP images was confirmed as such by scientists and environmental groups, such as the prominent Center for Biological Diversity. We didn't make claims to it being a Humboldt marten until these objective opinions were expressed and it was recognized as such by others. We merely presented the images, which all sane people without petty jealousy should recognize as significant.
      Steven Streufert

      3) The PGF site is not claimed to have been found... it was absolutely confirmed with mathematical certainty and a large number of exactly matching artifacts and trees still on-site. Experts like Bill Munns objectively confirmed our survey and findings.

      4) The only hoax exposed at SOHA was that being run by Matthew Johnson. He challenged us to find the site, so we did. That's all. We didn't stalk him or his life. We used his own publicly posted images to locate the site. We ourselves did not plan or commit any "hoax" the, and these trolls know that to be a fact. We went there and observed an old logging road, with clearcuts all around it, with no portal, and no sign of any tracks but for Johnson's own.

      5) No one "picked on a 16-year-old kid." That person joined here and we didn't even know who he was. He posted a blobsquatch photo, which we debunked. Then he posted an article of himself claiming to find a "mystery panther" track in Australia. We then knew he was a kid (now 17 or 18), but we still had to point out that the track was from a dog. No one harassed this kid, but he did go out and post a bunch of troll lies about us. Parents shouldn't let their minor kids join grownup Facebook groups, especially as Facebook gives admins no solid way of verifying the age or maturity of those seeking to join.

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    13. Facts for the trolls.

      1) Bluff Creek Project is NOT the same thing as Coalition group. Contrary to the statement above, we do not have any kind of organized mole or troll activities going on here. We comment on things in the Bigfoot Community, Â claims and people too. We don't troll them on their own groups, pages or personal walls. We don't stalk and harass anyone, which is precisely what these trolls here do to me and us. Sometimes people send us screen captures and we comment on them. So what? People shouldn't make wacky claims if they don't want criticism. We feel it is a public service to expose their cult-like activities to scrutiny.

      2) The marten subspecies in Humboldt County IS the Humboldt or coastal marten. It's a geographically distinct subspecies from the Sierra marten. There are an estimated 100 individuals left in California. The marten in the BCP images was confirmed as such by scientists and environmental groups, such as the prominent Center for Biological Diversity. We didn't make claims to it being a Humboldt marten until these objective opinions were expressed and it was recognized as such by others. We merely presented the images, which all sane people without petty jealousy should recognize as significant.

      3) The PGF site is not claimed to have been found... it was absolutely confirmed with mathematical certainty and a large number of exactly matching artifacts and trees still on-site. Experts like Bill Munns objectively confirmed our survey and findings.

      4) The only hoax exposed at SOHA was that being run by Matthew Johnson. He challenged us to find the site, so we did. That's all. We didn't stalk him or his life. We used his own publicly posted images to locate the site. We ourselves did not plan or commit any "hoax" the, and these trolls know that to be a fact. We went there and observed an old logging road, with clearcuts all around it, with no portal, and no sign of any tracks but for Johnson's own.

      5) No one "picked on a 16-year-old kid." That person joined here and we didn't even know who he was. He posted a blobsquatch photo, which we debunked. Then he posted an article of himself claiming to find a "mystery panther" track in Australia. We then knew he was a kid (now 17 or 18), but we still had to point out that the track was from a dog. No one harassed this kid, but he did go out and post a bunch of troll lies about us. Parents shouldn't let their minor kids join grownup Facebook groups, especially as Facebook gives admins no solid way of verifying the age or maturity of those seeking to join.

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    14. Bluff Creek Scam Project & Coalition of Turd Pounders is the same thing idiot. Smoking mirrors Spudtard.

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    15. "Turd pounders"? "'Tards"? "Spuds"?
      SERIOUSLY?

      Did you ever grow up Mr. Shaw? Apparently not, since the fourth grade.

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  6. DEBUNKING THE COALITION

    The Coalition is a group started in 2011 for the purpose of moling and trolling the Facebook. Bigfoot Community. They hide behind the Bluff Creek Conspiracy, which has some merit if they weren't involved in their troll conspiracy.

    Debunking their claims:

    They claim they identified a Humbolt Pine martin, an endangered species by trail camera. First failure is that there is no DNA confirmation of the species. The second fail is the Humboldt Pine Martin is listed as Of Concern, not endangered by the government. It's a manipulation of data to enhance the project.

    They claim they found the historical PGF site, but offer no confirmable proof. We are supposed to take their word for it. No evidence, no confirmation. Also this does nothing to advance Bigfoot Research since theres been no activity out of there, if it is there, in several decades. It's another attempt to enhance reputation.

    They claim they outed SOHA from Matthew Johnson. What they actually did was cyberstalk and troll him for two years, and then conspire to commit a hoax at SOHA. There was a plan to discredit the Olympic Project in the mix as well. The geologist, the one actual scientist in the Bluff Creek Consipracy has had issues with the Olympic Project and saw a chance to discredit them. That and one of the Coalition admins is the actual SOHA hoaxer.

    They also pick on a sixteen year old Austrailian kid over a cougar track. That's pretty lame.

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    1. NOW SHAW IS IN COVERUP MODE, AND LYING AGAIN ABOUT HIS PLAGIARISM.

      HE CHANGED THE VIDEO DESCRIPTION TO HIDE WHAT HE DID.

      Now he's claiming he gave credit, just because the website he stole this from mentions the book quoted in the article he stole. The whole first part was read with NO credit to this website given anywhere. It was the *website* who credited the book, not Kelly Shaw.

      Here is the first part of the website he stole that is plagiarized and uncredited, where the text of the website mentions the book, not Shaw himself. With incredible irony, the fact is that Shaw was plagiarizing when the book was mentioned:

      "With skinwalkers becoming the subjects of popular books and recently, movies, it is fair to ask about their origins. In August 1996, a team of scientists arrived on a remote ranch in NE Utah to investigate a bizarre litany of phenomena; including unidentified flying objects, animal mutilations, paranormal and poltergeist occurrences that appeared to erupt almost on a nightly basis. The list went on and on. The first piece of information the team learned from local people was that the ranch lay 'on the path of the skinwalker'. Was the skinwalker responsible for the weird happenings on this ranch? What followed was a multi-year odyssey into the dark unknown as the science team tried to pursue, measure and photograph the elusive 'skinwalker'. The complete account of the unprecedented research project is published in the book 'Hunt for the Skinwalker'."

      FREAKING HILARIOUS. HE PLAGIARIZED FROM A WEBSITE AND IS NOW FRANTICALLY TRYING TO COVER HIS LYING AS*.

      CHECK IT HERE:
      http://www.rense.com/general77/skin.htm

      THIS IS THE SAME THING THAT SHAW DID FOR YEARS, PILLAGING SIGHTING ACCOUNTS FROM THE BFRO DATABASE AND GIVING NO CITATION OR CREDIT FOR THEM GIVING THE IMPRESSION IT WAS HIS OWN ORIGINAL RESEARCH. IT WAS NOT. HE JUST DRIVES TO SOME SPOT SOMEWHAT NEAR TO THE SIGHTING LOCATION AND READS SONOS ELSE'S WORDS OVER THE CRUDDY VIDEO. HE RARELY EVER GOES TO THE RIGHT, ACTUAL LOCATIONS, EITHER.

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    2. DEBUNKING THE COALITION

      The Coalition is a group started in 2011 for the purpose of moling and trolling the Facebook. Bigfoot Community. They hide behind the Bluff Creek Conspiracy, which has some merit if they weren't involved in their troll conspiracy.

      Debunking their claims:

      They claim they identified a Humbolt Pine martin, an endangered species by trail camera. First failure is that there is no DNA confirmation of the species. The second fail is the Humboldt Pine Martin is listed as Of Concern, not endangered by the government. It's a manipulation of data to enhance the project.

      They claim they found the historical PGF site, but offer no confirmable proof. We are supposed to take their word for it. No evidence, no confirmation. Also this does nothing to advance Bigfoot Research since theres been no activity out of there, if it is there, in several decades. It's another attempt to enhance reputation.

      They claim they outed SOHA from Matthew Johnson. What they actually did was cyberstalk and troll him for two years, and then conspire to commit a hoax at SOHA. There was a plan to discredit the Olympic Project in the mix as well. The geologist, the one actual scientist in the Bluff Creek Consipracy has had issues with the Olympic Project and saw a chance to discredit them. That and one of the Coalition admins is the actual SOHA hoaxer.

      They also pick on a sixteen year old Austrailian kid over a cougar track. That's pretty lame.

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