I find it highly suspicious that neither the Arizona Department of Public Safety nor the Arizona Game and Fish Department nor the Arizona State Veterinarianís Office has expressed any interest in examining the hair samples from the White Mountain region. I suspect that it is because the Arizona State Government knows a hell of a lot more about the Bigfoot phenomenon than= it is willing to admit to the public. Perhaps too much attention to the Bigfoot problem will lead investigators to the UFO phenomenon, with which Bigfoot sightings are often associated.
Many more people than we think know the details of the UFO mystery, and yes, it is quite possible for large numbers of people to keep a secret successfully if both the carrot and the stick are big enough.
09-03-2006 08:36 PM
Registered: Jul 2006
Location: Ozark Mountain near the St Francis River
I don't know if I fully agree with your suspicions, but I also find it odd they wouldn't even take a cursory look at the evidence.
The Arizona Department of Public Safety, the Arizona Game and Fish Department and the Arizona State Veterinarianís Office are all staffed with humans, with varying degrees in Biology, Zoology, and Botany, and you would think people with scientific backgrounds would be curious about a mystery as compelling as Bigfoot.
I just hope beyond hope that Tom Biscardi is kept out of the investigation and continued evidence gathering. That man is a fraud.
99 Luft Balloons
09-03-2006 10:05 PM
Registered: Mar 2004
Location: Gladstone, Missouri