Posted by: Craig Woolheater on December 27th, 2006
A new government conspiracy AND a film to make the Patterson-Gimlin film look like a footnote? Wow!
Steve Kulls, the Squatch Detective, has posted the following to his blog:
I have just returned from what most likely will be my last expedition of the year, returning from Kentucky. Where, I will not say out of respect for the operation on-going there.
What I can say is this… We did not discover any sign of a creature present at this time. What we did discover is a clandestine operation underway to investigate the creature we try so hard to seek. We do know that there is a film or films that exist that may make the P/G film seem a footnote, rather than a story. We’ve had several independent corroborations that at least one film exists, and that it looked real, even to non-believers.
We do know that a scientist with a PhD in Ecology and a PhD in Evolutionary Biology is stationed at the residence in question, bought by a corporation that appears not to exist. We have corroborated that the scientist has had an interest in the Bigfoot phenomena since at least May of 2005. And it would appear that the operation may have began as early as December of 2005.
Another interesting note is the people who have since relocated off the property, have seemed to have gone “off the grid”, since their move. We did manage to track them down, and the property they have relocated seems to have no public record of their new deed and the property’s existence, seems to have fallen “off the grid”, in December of 2005.
Now going “off the grid” sounds more like a government operation than anything else. Are they assisting in the funding or at least in the secrecy of this supposedly privately financed project?
Makes one wonder, for sure. But anyhow, hopefully sometime in the near future, we will see the fruits of their investigation. And as always we wish them the very best of luck.
What are we to make of this? This is supposedly taking place in Kentucky.
Now if this film is of a “Bigfoot” eating pancakes in Kentucky, I won’t believe a word of it!