Did you know Bigfoot enjoys as a favorite,Blueberry bagels?at least one woman states so. among other statements made,was that she has an entire family of them camping on her property..
For Robin Lynn-Pfeifer, Bigfoot sightings became an everyday occurrence an ordinary ordeal?an every day occurrence. OK you get it, after a family of them made their home in the woods behind her house.Lynn stated she made friends with them and that they may be tricksters.
Don’t forget,she is feeding them Blueberry bagels
Jeff Meldrum not to pleased.
Idaho State University professor of anatomy and anthropology Jeff Meldrum ,also A friend to our radio shows is a Yeti investigator, who has traveled near and afar including Russia searching for the cryptid. He seems to even doubt Lynn-Pfeifer’s evidence is real. “There’s no substance to any of her claims,” he said in an interview with Discovery News. “If there were 10 to 12 around her home, she should be opening up a museum with all the artifacts.”
She said she has collected casts of many large footprints, but says the creatures are too shy and too clever for her to get a photograph.” What does it say about a person who is ‘outwitted’ by an imaginary creature? FBFB falls into this category as well.
When asked why she had no pictures of them,she began to reason away and self explain that they are game players and at every turn have eluded the mighty cameras and trail cams she placed in the woods.
All the Bigfoot contactees – for some reason they never take photographs. There’s a lot of interest in finding these things, but we have to look at the credibility of the people feeding us the stories.
I’m always careful of two kinds of people, the debunkers who have no interest, and the true believers who will not bring any critical thinking… They really believe they are having these experiences. I don’t know if its hallucinations or a psychological state.
There has been absolutely ridiculous claims made inside the so called Bigfoot world,but this one might be the best so far.The biggest to date is when Rick Dyer made the claim,he shot Bigfoot.
When discussing their feeding schedule with Discovery News in 2011, she said, “They get fish every day, a bucket of fruit, a bucket of dry dog food… Their favorite thing is blueberry bagels.” And to assure her neighbors she’s not doing anything weird with the baked goods, she buys the bagels at different stores in her area.
According to a 2013 report in the Texas Monthly, Lynn-Pfeifer emerged not only as the “Bigfoot insider” but quite possibly as A big foot hoaxer,who provided DNA samples to DNA Diagnostics, but it turned out she was also their press agent. Was this all a big publicity stunt for the firm, headed up by Lynn-Pfeifer?
Lynn-Pfeifer maintains her integrity, but the naysayers, such as Steven Novella of NeuroLogica Blog, remain steadfast: “The bottom line is this – human DNA plus some anomalies or unknowns does not equal an impossible human-ape hybrid. It equals human DNA plus some anomalies.”
Another publication posited, “We don’t know who the team of scientists is. Melba has been silent. The collected data is suspect, the analysis is suspect, the conclusions are suspect. EVERYTHING is suspect because there is no data for anyone else to examine.”