Is it time to call BS in the Bigfoot Community?? Well, many folks appear to think so.
Recently there have been some people claiming obvious stumps or rocks are Bigfoot and acting very rude and condescending to anyone that challenges their claims, which is causing quite the stir in the Bigfoot world. Enough to cause a rise in new Facebook Bigfoot groups and an uproar amongst the scientific minds of the community. There have even been threats of lawsuits for people sharing photos (of stumps) and for just calling BS on fanciful claims.
It seems lines are starting to be drawn between the more paranormal Bigfooters and the scientific researchers. Bigfooting on Facebook has gotten real ugly lately and I'm not really sure where it's headed.
Many Bigfoot researchers & enthusiasts think this field is looked down upon enough by the mainstream and don't want to lose anymore credibility then they already have by entertaining some of these ridiculous claims. While the more paranormal type is saying that science isn't the answer and that very little results have been obtained because these creatures have supernatural abilities such as cloaking.
So all this leads one to wonder, where are we headed as a community? Will the nasty infighting continue or can some sort of consensus be reached amongst the differing factions?
In this video one upset person expresses his feelings towards the current wave of happenings in the Bigfoot community.