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"bob gamble" Discussed on Meta-Cast

Meta-Cast

03:17 min | 5 months ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on Meta-Cast

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"bob gamble" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Boy. Well, there's so many different angles to go out there. But you know for somebody I hope this guy can't even get get started. Basically, I don't even know him or we don't want to know him. But, you know, I mean, uh, He's just trying to start something that so many damn followers will follow you. I mean, I can't believe that so many people they so naive toe follow somebody like this particular guy Well, And it was all in the same conversation by the way that Bob Dylan was there, too. So let's go ahead and we'll play that one, too. And Justin, just so you'll you'll also know who this is Ji. Are you familiar with who Bob Gambling is? The name ring a bell? No. Okay. You know you've pricing the Paterson gamelan film is what it's called. But you know, when you've seen that footage of that Bigfoot that walks across The woods. Never seen that very famous video film. Yeah, I'm sure that that's what I'm pretty certain I know what you're referring to. Okay? Okay, So when so the guy that they got that his name's Bob gambling When you see when you see the Bigfoot look right at the camera. That's when he's looking right at this guy. That's about to talk here. He's Still alive. He's great guy. He is loved by all and this is what he had to say. Usually he would come in here and but he's he's sleeping. So they're here you go. Bazaar is all it is, is a money thing. It's just a money thing. And that Oklahoma, Texas who were the Bigfoot or pre a.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KTOK

"Are talking with Oklahoma State. Rep. Justin Humphrey, who has filed legislation a bill and hopes to fund a state roads and Oklahoma. And, um There's a bounty on Bigfoot. It's up to $2.1 million if it's going that fast as he and I just talked not too long ago when it was 1.1 million. So now it's already up. Tonto 0.1, who knows what it could be, by the time he starts putting the language together, which is gonna be doing next week. Um, I just wanted to get in lots of emails and Twitter's thanks. Tweets Tweets off Twitter. Sorry. I'm one of those. I try to use that as much as I can. Um, So some of the e mails that were getting and thank you so much you guys for just they really are pouring in. This is nice. Um On. So David Morland wrote. What if someone in a Bigfoot suit is killed by one of these hunters? Is there a liability? Things, T O think about, Um Michael Linguine wrote. Is it going to be hard to catch a creature that can ship it is going to be hard to catch a creature that can shift dimensions and read your thoughts. You may end up being the hunted. Mike and Oregon. Cat rights Now I know I made the right decision to leave Oklahoma. Um Delilah, Right. This just sounds dumb from the get Go leave poor creatures B. This is a sad attention Grab And there's many, many more. I'll try to read through some more along the way as we discuss and we will be, of course, allowing all you guys to come in and talk to and fact right now you know what we're gonna I got a couple sound clips from some people that will not be able to make it in. They will be sleeping. You're going to know some of these people and you're going to know these people They're going to come into. So, Justin, I know you're there with me. I'm gonna pull up a clip here. So you can hear it is well, it's here. It's going to be. Ah, um let's say you wanted to do so, if you all know Mel ska hand. I know I've probably tore up his last name. I love Mel to death. He's a great researcher as well. We're gonna have him on at one point you're talking to Um, but he got a couple of clips for us. One is from the man Bob Kim Lin and one is from a native American. And that is lone wolf. So I want to play. Those here real quick is they're not going to be on here. And I think that will be interesting to hear. So I want to say you'll see a long time researcher who has spent many days out there looking to prove the existence to himself. He has seen them and collected many stories on the Yakima Reservation. And host of one of very few tribally owned media that talks regularly about Bigfoot. Okay, great local sightings and other items like UFO that you have her there right there with them. Are they those lights in the sky? And those beams are right there with the SAS Squatch. Um okay, so and we're going to hear a small clip that Lone Wolf wanted to get across to you. So let's play that one for you too. First there, Justin. Okay. Yeah, You can hear us, Okay, but I'm all yours, okay? Approved maybe a bone or something, old boy. Well, there's so many different angles to go out. But you know for somebody I hope this guy can't even get get started. Basically, I don't even know him. Would don't want to know him. But, you know, I mean, uh, He's just trying to start something that so many damn followers will follow you. I mean, I can't believe that so many people they so naive toe follow somebody like this particular guy Well, And it was all in the same conversation by the way that Bob Dylan was there, too. So let's go ahead and we'll play that one, too. And Justin, just so you'll you'll also know who this is Ji. Are you familiar with who Bob Gambling is? The name ring a bell? No. Okay. You know you've pricing the Paterson gamelan film is what it's called. But you know, when you've seen that footage of that Bigfoot that walks across The woods. You ever seen that very famous video film? Yeah, I'm sure that that's what I'm pretty certain I know what you're referring to. Okay? Okay, So when so the guy that they got that his name's Bob gambling When you see when you see the Bigfoot look right at the camera. That's when he's looking right at this guy. That's about to talk here. He's Still alive. He's great guy. He is loved by all and this is what he had to say. Usually he would come in here and but he's he's sleeping. So they're here you go before is all it is is a money thing. It's just a money thing. And that Oklahoma, Texas were the Bigfoot or pre pre heavily then occupied. It's just, uh, it's just over across in the Oklahoma out of Texas. Yeah, uh, heard.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:16 min | 11 months ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Was the male show. Veniste, who in the 1973 told top female player Margaret Court that she couldn't beat him. She was 30. She was a top female player, the words they played on Mother's Day. 1973 and he smoked. Your 6261 got him on the cover of Sports Illustrated and Time magazine. Wow, at which point Billie Jean King who was an up and comer said. You want a piece of you want a piece of somebody? I'll take you. Yeah, Eso. No. Riggs challenges her, She says no, it's a gimmick. Then, after she sees Margaret Court lose, she says, All right, let's go. And Polly. They met in the Houston Astrodome on prime time TV on a Thursday night, September 2019 73 Battle of sexes and you are correct. Billie Jean King one that right? I thought you did. Yeah, yeah, she want. Yeah. ESPN later and outside the lines did a piece Alleging that Riggs took advantage. He was heavily favored because he dumped Margaret Court so fast. What? They dumped it to make money on the my God, Bob gambling debts that he had that he got erased by throwing the match Do this is just that I wasn't ready for that. No. Copes. Good morning to you, Brother. You're Bobby Riggs Mob Gambling's anecdote of the morning. Love it. I love it, And so I immediately I come back to that I say. Do we have a line on that? Do we know what the juice was for your great questions As the odds makers in order three says in order to be that was going to say in order to throw it, he would have had to be the favorite. And they would've had to clean up on the on the plus money, right? Yeah, that's the this is this is incredible stuff. That raises even in debt to the mob. And then he threw. That makes you wonder, too Like how much deeper didn't go where they like. Oh, you're gonna play that match. Did he not even throw? It wasn't because of them. I've got set up. Ah, you know, it's time for 6 20 for Woody Allen digression, Right? You know what? My favorite riff someone he's okay. He's I forget what sets up through it. But it gets to the point where he says Ah. He went to the ballet and he said, But there was a rumor, he said. He goes Ah, because I went to the ballet is but there was a bad feeling in the air, said that apparently the mob had gotten involved and there was heavy money on the swan to live, she said. I'll have to perfect the bit but I remember laughing my off of the job and there was a heavy money on the swan to live. There's a great line in the movie. We talked about this before Dirty work. One of my favorite movies already laying and nor McDonald. Chevy Chase plays the gambling addict doctor who is the doctor Tio nor MacDonald in our dealings, Dad. Who they find out. It is dying, and he needs a transfer. Whatever whatever the situation is, but like he's basically telling them you gotta get me 50 grand and I'll get to the top of the list. Not like what you need. 50 grand was like I'm in debt. And I guess I guess I got nobody to blame but myself. The buffalo bills, etcetera, etcetera, many since then, he says, Mr T and your McDonald interrupt somebody. Just wait a minute. Are you telling me? You bet on the fight Rocky three, and you bet against Iraqi guys. Hindsight's 2020, my friend. It's a pretty good pretty champion chases. Jimmy chases always get before a friend of the program is Nibs around. New benefit to me is even better. Just real quick. A little toss aside, I was as I was looking at this. Probably I got a major flashback to my childhood, and I think I have I have a really memory of being downstairs with my family. Watching the rigs King match and I just turned six. Okay, so I'm kindergarten, Whatever first Greek idea, But I have just I can see it in my mind's eye being downstairs and it was a big deal and seeing that little tennis court in the Astrodome. It's probably as I think about it. My first TV sports memory if I think about it, because I can't think of anything earlier than that. Which leads me to the question. Can you come up with your first TV? Sports memory boy? That's all the question. That's not even meaning that I fully understood it. Yeah, well, I didn't understand what I distinctly remember. There was a song called Anything You can do. I can do better from some musical and it was It was like the intro music to that matter. How do you remem? That's insane. You remember that? You remember things in your childhood, right? Yeah, but that's like the earliest one. Okay, I can remember. This is just what's coming in my mind right now, But I can remember being at my grandmother's house in Queens. She lived in Queens. And this is my father's mother and father. And they used to watch football. So I remember they had football on like in the early seventies. Like I was a little little kid, but I don't remember who was playing. I just never liked. Can't picture us the team? I can't. I can't. I just remember like football, you know, Remember? Yes. Here in Curt Gowdy in the background, right? Yeah, that's I don't have any coats in point. Like my first game like I get to I can. I can definitely pinpoint my first like sporting, not event that I was at in a stadium. Well, I think I've said this before Super Bowl 94, 95, Niners and the Chargers. I can remember not anything about the game itself. I remember being at the Super Bowl party we were at with my parents. Andi. I remember there was an Indiana Jones element to the halftime show was memorized by like, Dude. Just chasing that I'm doing my copes math, right? Your five and 5.5 and I could fast forward a little bit further. I can remember Craig Counsell crossing home plate in the 97 world Serious because my dad made me watch it with him. And that 98 is my first baseball season. I can remember. In its entirety, So I'm going. I'm going Super Bowl 95, 7, 40 Niners half time and a half. That's the one where I meet Candice, And that halftime was pivotal because silver she and I had built up the flirtation all week and she was gonna go back to New York in the morning and I was going back to San Francisco and I was going to be it. But Silver made us meet at half time in the press box to make a promise that we would see each other after the king. You, Miss Jones. You didn't catch the weather was on in the background. It was like going. If this was the one Harry met Sally movie it was going on. You could see it over our shoulders from the press box was we were in the press box. It was playing out on the 50 yard line. And remember, it was this noise in the background. Tony Bennett and Kathie Lee Gifford were involved somehow someone all right? Yeah. Yeah, I was. I was at the West Falls house in a Super Bowl party. And that's my first memory and then 97. Yeah, that World series..

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Am 11 31 035 FM thiss Okay? Many people way first what can be done? That was your can. To talk to George. Now call the wild card line at 8185014109 1st Time. Caller line is 81850147 to 1 to talk tollfree from east of the Rockies. Call 808 to 55033 from west of the Rockies told Free Call. 806 188255. This is coast to coast Am I'm with George nap. Too many people. That's Paul McCartney from the album Ram, which is a favorite of our Web master working tonight, We're talking with Bob Gamble Line about his book, Dirty Science, or.

"bob gamble" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"That's probably very true. Very true. I think I know what you're talking about I. think that is very true. Yeah, and the other thing too is that he said to me that this was a general managers league. Now referring to the National Football League is that indeed the case do you think do you think the decisions are being made mostly on rosters and by general managers? I I don't know I I think it probably is partially true because I think the money is what's really talks. It's become much more of a glamorous and much more money oriented than was when I coached but I can't answer your question I, really don't know we've got about a minute left here and when you think back on your career as a coach both at the NFL level and as a head coach in college football as well. What's what's your favorite memory Roger? Hit Me with another question I don't know around probably my my greatest memories when I coach at Stanford under John Ralston and winning the Rose Bowl two years enroll. When we we won that game, we'd beat Ohio State and Michigan at probably. I I just thinking about it. I. Think that probably the greatest I've ever had in coaching in all years that I've coached and until everybody who was on that staff, the assistant coaches under Austin. Well we had dick for meal. We had Mike White. We had at Peasley we had yet Christianson coast the forty niners we had Bob Gamble was a great football coach and Mac Macartney will always guys run at staff that I coach Dan in the in the Rose Bowl against Michigan Ohio state at Stanford two years, John Ross one who rose bowls. I. WanNa. Thank you. Roger, it's good to connect again continued. Good Luck with coaching those quarterbacks you do a great job and I I appreciate our Friendship Take Care Rodger thanks a lot I. appreciate it. Thanks so much. Roger Theater again called a quarterback guru by the article that I read a former head coach at the University of California now training almost two hundred athletes a year in the skill positions. We'll take a break here come back on the other side as we. Continue across the country and around the world it's good to have you with us as we continue with more of you and America's sports talk show you can.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I have with that professor with the students that come in his his class. No question about it. I think you're you hit the nail right on the top of the head running that with that comment. Let's also talk about the scrutiny from the media back when you were a cow. Espn wasn't even on the air at that particular time. And now that you've got blogs and you got espn and Fox sports and all the other networks and everything. How is that factored into how tough the coaching job is today? For head coach. Well I think it's really made it much more difficult if you get if you get a colleague. Coaching job today compared to when I was a college coach. I think it's much more difficult because you're right we didn't have. Espn in those days and so consequently. They didn't know what I was doing at cal. I remember we went to that ballgame game back in New Jersey and And and sixty minutes came into this story in our academics Berkeley at the time and it was it was very skewed because they didn't understand and people never saw that show. Where we we're today. I think it would be right in front of the public all the time and I think that it makes your job that much more difficult question. Let's jump over to the national football when we talk about head coaching in the National Football League or even an assistant coach or being in a coaching organization with an NFL team. What are the dynamics that are involved there? That are different from the college level. You know what Ryan I I. I've put zero time into that sought. But I think it's probably the the amount of guys playing in the League. Coaching in the League. Right now have come into the league. Because they think that's the to be a colleague professional coach. 'cause it is we're professional. But I think the college coaches do much better job than sometimes then the professional coaches do. I've got a friend of mine who was a former head coach that won a super bowl championship and I asked him if he was going to get back into the game as a head coach again because he's in the broadcasting area right now and he smiled at me and he said you know Ron. He said they want young and they want cheap. And I'm neither one that's probably very true very true and I think I know you're talking about. I think that is very true. Yeah and the other thing too is that he said to me that this was a general managers league now referring to the National Football League is that indeed the case do you think do you think the decisions are being made mostly on rosters and by general managers. I I don't know I think it probably is is partially true because I think the money is what's really talks. It's it's become much more glamorous for much more money oriented than it was when I coach but i. I can't answer your question. I really don't know we got about a minute left here and when you think back on your career as a coach both at the NFL level and as a head coach in college football as well what. What's your favorite Memory Roger? Well I hit hit me with another question. I don't know around. Probably my my greatest memories. When I coach at Stanford Hundred John Ralston and winning the Rose Bowl two years. All when we we win that game. We'd beat Ohio State Michigan. That probably I just thinking about it on top of my head. I think that's probably the greatest deal I've ever had in coaching in all years coach and until everybody who was on that staff the assistant coaches under Austin. Well we had the Dick for meal. We had Mike White we had at Peasley. We had jacker Cincinnati because of the forty niners. We had Bob. Gamble was a great football coach and Max McCartney all guys run that staff that I coached on in in the Rose Bowl against Michigan Ohio State Stanford two years of general. Someone who rose bowls. I WanNa thank you Roger. It's good to connect again continued. Good Luck with coaching. Those quarterbacks you do a great job and I appreciate our friendship. Take Care Rodger. Thanks a lot Ron I appreciate it. Thanks Much Roger. Theater again called a quarterback guru by the article that I read a former head coach of the University of California now training almost two hundred athletes a year in the skill positions. We'll take a break here. Come back on the other side as we continue across the country and around the world. It's good to.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:44 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KGO 810

"Happen to her about fifty or fifty five years ago down in southern Indiana in the town a rising sun which is there is a lot of obscure things in southern Indiana I've spoken to I've known three people have seen a big foot in southern Indiana and this lady told me a story they had to do with those little creatures we use worried about only the school in school like in fairy tales and stuff anyway she our dishes about ten years old she had this bike she is real proud of she was down by the river bridge and she heard something hissing or growling out she turned around and just on the other side of a log she described it as a little troll about eighteen inches to two foot tall and it looks better it growled opened its mouth those fangs drop down she said I love my bike but bye bye and the thing chaser for a little ways and then finally stopped but she said I rarely terror that story because just like a lot of people they don't like the ridicule that goes along with it so she heard about me and we're at a family function and she made a beeline for me to tell me this story she had no reason to lie and I didn't know if that would have been in amongst the things that your guest as sought out in the research and heard stories about okay and who's the first person along with Linda got for you mentioned because you're broke up a little bit there while black Blackburn okay great okay go head count yeah first of all you know Lyle Linda both very good friends where were very small group us you know those of us that that search for cryptid so we're kind of a technician there are a lot of it so yeah we're all good friends and we work together as far as your account thank you for sharing that back to the little foot saying Indiana house a version it's they're known as the puck what Jeez and that's based on a Delaware Indian name from sort of New England that there are sightings of pop what these are legends the puck what he's I should say in in New England and Indiana under describe just like you said a little troll type creatures I thought they might be a little bigger than eighteen inches are still or you know two feet maybe three feet or higher but you know that that in fact sounds like you know what your friends saw it is called the park YG and I I would personally placed that into the little foot category some type of little small diminutive hominid type thing would you put the blood her con stories from the Ireland tradition and myths in the same category what a map of all from other legends from Eastern Europe for example in Russia and Eastern Europe there something known as the dome of full a witcher like basically leprechaun or or fairy tale creatures although they're much scarier and perhaps is the you know the legends migrated across Europe to western Europe the you know they may have anointed these little hobgoblins with you know more human like features and clothing and things like that but you know I I firmly believe that that you know behind every legend there is a grain of truth and behind the legend of the the leprechauns there may be some type of diminutive hominid like a little fort school east of the Rockies service traveling near Nashville Tennessee I Serra welcome to the program okay historically I have been a big but agnostic if you will I am from the mountains of north Georgia where you hear about big but all the time right and I have friends from all over Georgia and parts of northern Florida and part of the the low country in here in South Carolina who have told me about a version of their version of big but like what you're saying to me like a but and they all call at one eight and I'm wondering if your gas has heard of spot eight I even though okay a group of friends in coffee county which is right above the Florida line that they all have these vinyl stickers on their back glasses of their cars and trucks that are just little small little eight working you know walking around little things and it's it's the one eight and they had it made because it's just a well known thing amongst their friends and their family members and their communities and then you know I'm doing this genealogical research and find my biological paternal grandfather and it turns out that the guy was like a big split hoaxer in Washington state in the seventies and you know there's that that's one of the few things I can find you know about the guy was an article that confirms that and so yeah I just feel weird looking through the radio and I'm in the process now of moving from north Georgia shoot in northern central Tennessee where this white thing it so I do like you know I felt like okay I have to call in now yeah I want to know if you've heard of it sh one day yeah actually cryptozoologist Loren Coleman has theorized that there might be a and an actual upon Gedern eight he calls them napes north American apes or swante Bates is another name sort of more like a chimpanzee type thing a quadruped in and much smaller than big foot but definite definitively in eight it moves around on all fours primarily it looks very able like and those accounts may have gotten mixed up into big foot lord that is all kinda get lumped together so a you know it really does boil down to how many different species of of hominids or or a would you believe there could be hunting around North America certainly in Florida you have to consider that there are a lot of eggs on it exotic animal collectors and you know zoos and things like that in a I'm sure on occasion things like chimpanzees in around a chance of escape when I was in the Florida's Florida's greens want back in two thousand five we spoke to some park Rangers down there that that said that they had collected accounts of chimpanzee looking things that were running around in the swamps there so yeah I think swamp bay to the possibility as I think it could be more of an eight type thing and yeah again getting kind of mixed up in into the big foot floor that some of these creatures service middle school down and picked up a human and took them away what is a famous account of course of a gentleman named Albert Osman and he was a prospector and he cleaned it in nineteen twenty four up in British Columbia that he was kidnapped by a family of soft watches you without you know alone in the wilderness and they took him back to their lair and he finally managed to escape after a few days and that's probably the most famous account beyond that there's some native American accounts of of people being kidnapped by south watches and ultimately escaping as well but not too many of those stories what would people like Bob gambling the given when Patterson given one film guy what would he do if somebody approached him and said we want to give you a polygraph test where you take one I think Bob would be willing to do it yeah that's not been done yet well he's he's you know you have to consider that for many years as I said earlier he was kind of given the shaft in terms of the you know the the financial end of that whole thing he disappeared for many years after the film was shot he basically sold all of his rights to the film he wouldn't do any media interviews for years and years and you know a lot of it just kind of left a bad taste is not because a lot of people would call them a hoaxer and different names and to my understanding it almost cost him his marriage so it's just in recent years these kind of gotten back into the field I will tell you this though if you sit down and listen to Bob tell the story which many hundreds of people now have done because he's been touring around the country talking about it for for the past two years you will not find a more credible Ersan more salt of the earth down to earth type the guy the Bob yeah man I mean I I I doubt anyone could hear him tell the story of of how they got that film and not be a hundred percent convinced that he's just telling the truth he's just that sincere we had an individual came on the program and said that in alien was looking through his door window and he took a picture of it it's kind of weird look more like a cut out to me but it was still strange anyways we put together a polygraph examiner and asked him if he would do it we paid for it and the the guy the eva polygraph test and he failed and then he came back to us and said he was on medication and that affected his personal results and but but he failed the test let's go next to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey wild go ahead all right George shears greetings to you Mr ghara you to you too very knowledgeable very informed them that great conversation and also Jesus greetings to all your colleagues at the show Tom and Donna and Jay and then everybody else thanks Walter Georgia if my memory serves me correctly I believe you are start the Neil degrasse Tyson about big for them he short arms retorted up we've said well worries of Paul yes they did say that I don't they would've found something that they could get a DNA sample from by now well I don't even know if they find bearer excrement at all can what do you think actually pretty pretty easy to find in an area that's an avid buyer so that's a good that's a good question I you know again there there's some good is that a fair question the Sir question yeah it is because there is a very large animals five hundred thousand pounds they said they they're gonna make a lot of poop there's no doubt about it and for that reason I'm very skeptical I I sometimes get contacted by people that tell me that their big foot's living on their property families a big foots on their property and I always asking for proof first that's the first set if you get a family a big for the new property surely gonna find it maybe they bury their proof you know maybe they hide it but you know going back to his point to my understanding it's very very difficult to get a DNA out of droppings scat unless it's very very fresh and it degrades very quickly any any chance of getting any DNA off of that but I I would love anyone that feels that they have found big foot scattered droppings please get that too he gives you know that that is something that you'll accept that stuff in the mail any type of physical evidence and that's about it you know almost as physical as against the on the body so let's squeeze Louise in here from Louisville Kentucky go ahead Louise we got about a minute for yeah okay thank you for accepting my call in the book of Ezekiel it mentions that he was speaking in the first person he saw hope because the D. as they had four faces with wings one was the face of a human one was six of the line what was the face of an eagle and one was the face of a bull this is the only time in the bar above read of humans with animal bodies I'm animal faces well that's a very possible in the biblical terms of course and in terms of what we think big foot might be can as we wrap things up here do you believe that it is more human than animal I believe that it is a yes I believe it is more human like than people realize and that you know that's really the only way to explain how it's been able to so craftily evade us for so long I don't think they have human intelligence but I think outside of humans they are the most intelligent animals and I say that fully acknowledging that we are also animals as humans so I think that there probably second in line in terms of intelligence it's all speculation of course but they would have looked they'd have to be that's the only way they've been able to avoid this is that their their cogent's that of the fact that we're the greatest threat can once again thanks for being on the program keep in touch anything else you're welcome back anytime you want thank you George here's wishing you and your family a wonderful thanksgiving and all of your listeners as well thanks for having me on thank you you too as well we've got the series a great programs for you all week long and of course don't forget we are live on thanksgiving night for you so after you have your festivities turn your radio on and become part of our program for dandelion T. Donna Walker Tom Dan hi Sir Lisa Lyon like small hood Charlotta source Stephanie Smith Chris morals Tim but all George Knapp and Ian Punnett on George nori somewhere out there on coast to coast AM we'll see you.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hi and welcome back to coast to coast George door with you our final segment with can gear hard in your calls as we talk about crippling this fascinating subject Canada it really is I I can see how people can get pulled into this yeah absolutely and I I you know I think there's a strong foundation that people overlook the couple of dynamics one is that you know of course a lot of our planet is still Bastin unexplored I think that's right lose sight of that in a you know with all the wonderful technology we have these days but the other thing is that about five thousand new species are still describe every year George in fact a recent study last year by university projected that out of eight point seven million organisms our planet we've only identified about fifteen percent or one point three million so I mean a lot of things out there that we haven't found yet and you know the discoveries continue let's go there a truck driving out there in Indiana Eric it is very good market Joe guy has our J. hard by the time I got to you you're probably be out of Indiana hall no I had just started when I called and I've been on hold so I'm not I'm good all right a couple things I didn't know if your gas does work with either Conor Linda Godfrey that would be the first one and the second thing I had to say was a story that was told to me years ago by a gal who at one time had been married in the same family I have been into and for quite some time I had been that guy let it was not what I call a swaggering arrogant skeptic that make an effort not to believe anything not moral but more like that line from the original Ghostbusters movie I'm here to believe you because there are so many obscure things out there that just because they're not wandering around Walmart although that you have the people of Walmart page there's things out there that you see what the lamps for you you're out in the woods hunting or whatever else and what did I just see exactly now and so anyway this lady told me this story that she told me happened to her about fifty or fifty five years ago down in southern Indiana in the town a rising sun which is there is a lot of obscure things in southern Indiana I have spoken to I've known three people have seen a big foot in southern Indiana and this lady told me a story they had to do with those little creatures we use read about only the school in school like in fairy tales and stuff anyway she now dishes about ten years old she had this bike she is real proud of she was down by the river bridge and she heard something hit singer growling outer she turned around and just on the other side of a log she described it as a little troll about eighteen inches the two foot tall and it looked better it growled opened its mouth those fangs drop down she said I love my bike but I'm I and the thing chaser for a little ways and then finally stopped but she said I rarely terror that story because just like a lot of people they don't like the ridicule that goes along with that so she heard about me and we're at a family function and she made a beeline for me to tell me this story she had no reason to lie and I didn't know if that would have been in amongst the things that your guest as sought out in the research and heard stories about okay and who's the first person along with Linda got for you mentioned because you're broke up a little bit there while black Blackburn okay great okay go head count yeah first of all you know while Linda both very good friends where we're very small group you know those of us that that search for cryptid so we're kind of a case there are a lot of that so yeah we're all good friends we work together as far as your account thank you for sharing that back to the little foot thing Indiana has a version and they're known as the puck what Jeez and that's based on a Delaware Indian name from sort of New England that there are sightings of pop what these elections the puck wages I should say in in New England and Indiana under describe just like you said a little troll type creatures I thought they might be a little bigger than eighteen inches search to or you know two feet maybe three feet or higher but you know that that in fact sounds like you know what your friends saw it is called a park why do you not I would personally place that into the little foot category some type of little small diminutive hominid type thing would you put the leprechaun stories from the Ireland tradition and myths in the same category they may have a fall from other legends from Eastern Europe for example in Russia and Eastern Europe there something known as the dome of full a witcher like basically leprechaun or or sherry tech creatures although they're much scarier and perhaps is the you know the legends migrated across Europe to western Europe they you know they may have anointed these little hobgoblins with you know more human like features and clothing and things like that but you know I I firmly believe that that you know behind a religion there is a grain of truth and behind the legend of the the leprechaun there may be some type of diminutive hominid like a little fort it's always the rocky service traveling near Nashville Tennessee I Serra welcome to the program okay historically I have been a big but agnostic if you will I am from the mountains of north Georgia where you hear about big but all the time right and I have from all over Georgia and parts of northern Florida and part of the the low country and here in South Carolina no has told me about Asian of their version of big but like what you're saying and a lack of all right and they all call at one eight and I'm wondering if your dad has heard of spot eight I even though okay a group of friends in coffee county which is right above the Florida line that they all have these vinyl stickers on their back glasses of their cars and trucks that are just little small little eight working you know walking around little things and it's it's the one eight and they had it made because it's just a well known thing amongst their friends and their family members and their communities and then you know I'm doing this genealogical research and find my biological paternal grandfather and it turns out that the guy was like a big split hoaxer in Washington state in the seventies and you know there's that that's one of the few things I can find you know about the guy with an article that confirms that and so yeah I just feel weird looking through the radio and I'm in the process now of moving from north Georgia shoot in northern central tenet beer where this white so I do like you know I felt like okay I have to call in now yeah I want to know if you've heard of it swamp ape yeah actually cryptozoologist Loren Coleman has theorized that there might be a and an actual upon Gedern eight he called them napes north American aids or swamp ape is another name sort of more like a chimpanzee type thing quadruped and much smaller than big foot but definite definitively in eight it moves around on all fours primarily it looks very able like and those accounts may have gotten mixed up into big foot lord that is all kinda want together so a you know I it really does boil down to how many different species of of hominids or or eight Sir would you believe there could be hunting around North America certainly in Florida you have to consider that there are a lot of eggs on it exotic animal collectors and you know the zoos and things like that in a I'm sure on occasion things like chimpanzees in around a chance of escape when I was in the Florida's Florida's green form back in two thousand five we spoke to some park Rangers down there that that said that they had collected accounts of chimpanzee looking things that were running around in the swamp there so yeah I think swampy to the possibility as I think it could be more of an eight type thing and you know again getting kind of mixed up in into the big foot lore and some of these creatures service middle school down and picked up a human and took them away what is the famous account of course of a gentleman named Albert Osman and he was a prospector and he cleaned it in nineteen twenty four up in British Columbia that he was kidnapped by a family of soft watches you with us now alone in the wilderness and they took him back to their lair and he finally managed to escape after a few days and that's probably the most famous account beyond that there's a native American accounts of of people being kidnapped by south watches and ultimately escaping as well but not too many of those stories what would people like Bob gambling the given when Patterson given one soul guy what would you do if somebody approached him and said we want to give you a polygraph test where you take one I think Bob would be willing to do it something done yet well he's he's you know you have to consider that for many years as I said earlier he was kind of given the shaft in terms of the you know the the financial end of that whole thing he disappeared for many years after the film was shot he basically sold all of his rights to the film he wouldn't do any media interviews for years and years and you know a lot of it just kind of left a bad taste is not because a lot of people would call him a hoaxer and different names and to my understanding it almost cost him his marriage so it's just in recent years these kind of gotten back into the field I will tell you this though if you sit down and listen to Bob tell the story which many hundreds of people now have done because he's been touring around the country talking about it for for the past two years you will not find a more credible person more salt of the earth down to earth type the guy the Bob yeah man I mean I I I doubt anyone could hear him tell the story of of how they got that film and not be a hundred percent convinced that he's just telling the truth he's just that sincere we had an individual came on the program and said that in the alien was looking through his door window and he took a picture of it it's kind of weird look more like a cut out to me but it was still strange anyways we put together a polygraph examiner and asked him if he would do it we paid for it and the guy the able polygraph test and he failed and then he came back to us and said he was on medication and that affected his personal results and but but he failed the test let's go next to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey wild go ahead all right George seasons greetings to you Mister Gary are you too you too very knowledgeable very informed and a great conversation and also Jesus greetings to all your colleagues at the show Tom and don and Jay and then everybody else thanks Walt Georgia if my memory serves me correctly I believe you are start the Neil degrasse Tyson about big for them he saw the roots reported up.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

10:13 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Southern Indiana I have spoken to I've known three people have seen a big foot in southern Indiana and this lady told me a story they had to do with those little creatures we use read about when we were school in school like in fairy tales and stuff anyway she had the **** about ten years old she had this bike she was real proud of she was down by the river bridge and she heard something hissing or growling out she turned around and just on the other side of a log she described it as a little troll about eighteen inches to two foot tall and it looked better it growled opened its mouth those fangs drop down she said I love my bike but I'm I and the thing chaser for a little ways and then finally stopped but she said I rarely terror that story because just like a lot of people they don't like the ridicule that goes along with that so she heard about me and we're at a family function and she made a beeline for me to tell me this story she had no reason to lie and I didn't know if that would have been in amongst the things that your guest as sought out in the research and heard stories about okay and who's the first person along with Linda got for you mentioned because you're broke up a little bit there while black black burn okay great okay go head count yeah first of all you know Lyle Linda both very good friends where we're very small group us you know those of us that that search for cryptid so we're kind of a technician there are a lot of it so yeah we're all good friends and we work together as far as your account thank you for sharing that back to the little foot thing Indiana how the version and they're known as the puck what Jeez and that's based on a Delaware Indian name from sort of New England that there are sightings of park what these are legends the puck wages I should say in in New England and Indiana under describe just like you said a little troll type creatures I thought they might be a little bigger than eighteen inches are still or you know two feet maybe three feet or higher but you know that that in fact sounds like you know what your friends saw it is called a park why do you not I would personally placed that into the little foot category some type of little small diminutive hominid type thing would you put the blood for con stories from the Ireland tradition and myths in the same category they may have a fall from other legends from Eastern Europe for example in Russia and Eastern Europe there something known as the dome of full a witcher like basically leprechaun or or fairy tale creatures of other much hairier and perhaps is the you know the legends migrated across Europe to western Europe they you know they may of annoying to these little hobgoblins with you know more human like features and clothing and things like that but you know I I firmly believe that that you know behind every legend there is a grain of truth and behind the legend of the the leprechaun there may be some type of diminutive hominid like a little foot go east of the Rockies service traveling near Nashville Tennessee I Serra welcome to the program okay historically I have been a big but agnostic if you will I am from the mountains of north Georgia where you hear about big but all the time right and I have all over Georgia and parts of northern Florida and part of the the low country and here in South Carolina no have told me about Asian of their version of big but like what you're saying and a lack of but they all call at one eight and I'm wondering if your dad has heard of spot eight I even know of a group of friends in coffee county which is right above the Florida line that they all have these vinyl stickers on their back glasses of their cars and trucks better just little small little eight working you know walking around little things and it's it's the one eight and they had it made because it's just a well known thing amongst their friends and their family members and their communities and then you know I'm doing this genealogical research and find my biological paternal grandfather and it turns out that the guy was like a big split hoaxer in Washington state in the seventies and you know there's that that's one of the few things I can find you know about the guy with an article that confirms that and so yeah I just feel weird wasn't there the radio and I'm in the process now of moving from north Georgia shoot in northern central tenet beer where this white thing is so I do like you know I felt like okay I have to call in now yeah I want to know if you've heard of it sh one day yeah actually cryptozoologist Loren Coleman has theorized that there might be a and an actual upon Gedern eight he called them napes north American apes or swante Bates is another name sort of more like a chimpanzee type thing a quadruped in and much smaller than big foot but definite definitively in eight it moves around on all fours primarily it looks very able like and those accounts may have gotten mixed up into big foot lord that is all kinda get lumped together so a you know it really does boil down to how many different species of of hominids or or eight Sir would you believe there could be hunting around North America certainly in Florida you have to consider that there are a lot of examining exotic animal collectors and you know the zoos and things like that and they and their things like chimpanzees in around its hands of the state when I was in the Florida's Florida's green form back in two thousand five we spoke to some park Rangers down there that that said that they had collected accounts of chimpanzee looking things that were running around in the swamp there so yeah I think swamp bay to the possibility as I think it could be more of an eight type thing and you know again getting kind of mixed up in into the big foot floor that some of these creatures service middle school down and picked up a human and took them away what is a famous account of course for the gentleman named Albert Osman and he was a prospector and he cleaned it in nineteen twenty four up in British Columbia that he was kidnapped by a family of soft watches you with us now alone in the wilderness and they took him back to their lair and he finally managed to escape after a few days and that's probably the most famous account beyond that there are some native American accounts of of people being kidnapped by Sasquatch is in ultimately escaping as well but not too many of those stories what would people like Bob gambling the gambling Patterson given one soul guy what would you do if somebody approached him and said we want to give you a polygraph test where you take one I think Bob would be willing to do it something done yet well he's he's you know you have to consider that for many years as I said earlier he was kind of given the shaft in terms of the you know the the financial end of that whole thing he disappeared for many years after the film was shot he basically sold all of his rights to the film he wouldn't do any media interviews for years and years and you know a lot of it just kind of left a bad taste is not because a lot of people would call him a hoaxer and different names and to my understanding it almost cost him his marriage so it's just in recent years these kind of gotten back into the field I will tell you this though if you sit down and listen to Bob tell the story which many hundreds of people now have done because he's been touring around the country talking about it for for the past two years you will not find it more credible Ersan more salt of the earth down to earth type of guy that Bob Kim and I mean I I I doubt anyone could hear him tell the story of of how they got that film and not be a hundred percent convinced that he's just telling the truth he's just that sincere we had an individual came on the program and said that in the alien was looking through his door window and he took a picture of it it's kind of weird look more like a cut out to me but it was still strange anyways we put together a polygraph examiner and asked him if he would do it we paid for it and the the guy the able polygraph test and he failed and then he came back to us and said he was on medication and that affected his personal results and but but he failed the test let's go next to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey wild go ahead all right George seasons greetings to you Mr ghara you two worlds you too very knowledgeable very informed them that great conversation and also changes greetings to all your colleagues at the show Tom and Donna and Jane and everybody else thanks Walter Georgia if my memory serves me correctly I believe you are stuck the Neil degrasse Tyson about big for them destroy the roots reported up we've said well were you look bad yes they did say that they would've found something that they could get a DNA sample from by now well I don't even know if they find bear excrement at all can.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Which is there is a lot of obscure things in southern Indiana I've spoken to I've known three people have seen a big foot in southern Indiana and this lady told me a story that had to do with those little creatures we use read about only the school in school like in fairy tales and stuff anyway she now dishes about ten years old she had this bike she is real proud of she was down by the river bridge and she heard something hissing or growling out she turned around and just on the other side of a log she described it as a little troll about eighteen inches to two foot tall and it looks better it growled opened its mouth those fangs drop down she said I love my bike but bye bye and the thing chaser for a little ways and then finally stopped but she said I rarely terror that story because just like a lot of people they don't like the ridicule that goes along with it so she heard about me and we're at a family function and she made a beeline for me to tell me this story she had no reason to lie and I didn't know if that would have been in amongst the things that your guest has sought out in the research and heard stories about okay and who's the first person along with Linda got for you mentioned because you're broke up a little bit there while black Blackburn okay great okay go head count yeah first of all you know while Linda both very good friends where we're very small group us you know those of us that this search for cryptid so we're kind of a technician there are a lot of that so yeah we're all good friends and we work together as far as your account thank you for sharing that back to the little foot thing Indiana house a version it's they're known as the puck what Jeez and that's based on a Delaware Indian name from sort of New England that there are sightings of park what these are legends the puck what he's I should say in in New England and Indiana and their describe just like you said a little troll type creatures I thought they might be a little bigger than eighteen inches are still or you know two feet maybe three feet or higher but you know that that in fact sounds like you know what your friends saw it is called a park why do you not I would personally placed that into the little foot category some type of little small diminutive hominid type thing would you put the leprechaun stories from the Ireland tradition and myths in the same category they may have a fall from other religions from Eastern Europe for example in Russia and Eastern Europe or something on the dome of full a witcher like basically leprechaun or or fairy tale creatures although they're much scarier and perhaps is the you know the legends migrated across Europe to western Europe they you know they may have a known to these little hobgoblins with you know more human like features and clothing and things like that but you know I I firmly believe that that you know behind every legend there is a grain of truth and behind the legend of the the leprechaun there may be some type of diminutive hominid like a little foot squeezing the rocky service traveling near Nashville Tennessee I Serra welcome to the program okay historically I have been a big but agnostic if you will I am from the mountains of north Georgia where you hear about big but all the time right and I have all over Georgia and parts of northern Florida and part of the the low country in here in South Carolina no has told me about Asian of their version of big but like what you're saying to me like a all right and they all call at one eight and I'm wondering if your dad has heard of spot eight I even though okay a group of friends in coffee county which is right above the Florida line that they all have these vinyl stickers on their back glasses of their cars and shrugs better just little small little eight working you know walking around little things and it's it's the one eight and they had it made because it's just a well known thing amongst their friends and their family members and their communities and then you know I'm doing this genealogical research and find my biological paternal grandfather and it turns out that the guy was like a big split hoaxer in Washington state in the seventies and you know that's one of the few things I can find you know about the guy was an article that confirms that and so yeah I just feel weird looking through the radio and I'm in the process now of moving from north Georgia in northern central gender fair where this white thing it so I'd like you know I felt like okay I have to call in now yeah I want to know if you've heard of it swamp yeah actually cryptozoologist Loren Coleman has theorized that there might be a and an actual upon Gedern eight he called them napes north American apes or swante Bates is another name sort of more like a chimpanzee type thing a quadruped in and much smaller than big foot but definite definitively and ate it moves around on all fours primarily it looks very ape like and those accounts may have gotten mixed up into big foot lord that is I think it's one together so a you know it really does boil down to how many different species of of hominids or or eight Sir would you believe there could be hunting around North America certainly in Florida you have to consider that there are a lot of eggs on it exotic animal collectors and you know the zoos and things like that in a I'm sure on occasion things like chimpanzees in around its hands of the skate when I was in the Florida's Florida's green form back in two thousand five we spoke to some park Rangers down there that that said that they had got collected accounts of chimpanzee looking things that were running around in the swamps there so yeah I think swampy to the possibility as I think it could be more of an eight type thing and you know again getting kind of mixed up in into the big foot lore and some of these creatures service middle school down and picked up a human and took them away what is a famous account of course of a gentleman named Albert Osman and he was a prospector and he cleaned it in nineteen twenty four up in British Columbia that he was kidnapped by a family of soft watches with us you know alone in the wilderness and they took him back to their lair and he finally managed to escape after a few days and that's probably the most famous account beyond that there's some native American accounts of of people being kidnapped by south watches and ultimately escaping as well but not too many of those stories what would people like Bob gambling the given when Patterson given one film guy what would he do if somebody approached him and said we want to give you a polygraph test where you take one I think Bob would be willing to do it something done yet well he's he's you know you have to consider that for many years as I said earlier he was kind of given the shaft in terms of the you know the financial end of that whole thing he disappeared for many years after the film was shot he basically sold all of his rights to the film he wouldn't do any media interviews for years and years and you know a lot of it just kind of left a bad taste is not because a lot of people would call him a hoaxer and different names and to my understanding it almost cost him his marriage so it's just in recent years these kind of gotten back into the field I will tell you this though if you sit down and listen to Bob tell the story which many hundreds of people now have done because he's been touring around the country talking about it for for the past two years you will not find a more credible Ersan more salt of the earth down to earth type the guy the Bodkin man I mean I I I doubt anyone could hear him tell the story of of how they got that film and not be a hundred percent convinced that he's just telling the truth he's just that sincere we had an individual came on the program and said that in the alien was looking through his door window and he took a picture of it it's kind of weird look more like a cut out to me but it was still strange anyways we put together a polygraph examiner and asked him if he would do it we paid for it and the guy the able polygraph test and he failed and then he came back to us and said he was on medication and that affected his personal results but but he failed the test let's go next to Walter in Allentown Pennsylvania Hey wild go ahead all right George shearing's greetings to you Mr ghara you too you too very knowledgeable very informed them that great conversation and also cheaters greetings to all your colleagues at the show Tom and down the engine and everybody else thanks Walter Georgia if my memory serves me correctly I believe you are start the Neil degrasse Tyson about big for them he short arms reported up we said well worries of Paul yes they did say that think they would've found something that they could get a DNA sample from by now well I don't even know if they find bear excrement at.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"About me and we're at a family function and she made a beeline for me to tell me this story she had no reason to lie and I didn't know if that would have been in amongst the things that your guest has sought out in the research to heard stories about okay and who's the first person along with Linda got for you mentioned because you're broke up a little bit there while black Blackburn okay great okay go head count yeah first of all you know Lyle and both very good friends where we're very small group us you know those of us that that search for cryptid so we're kind of a technician there are a lot of it so yeah we're all good friends we work together as far as your account thank you for sharing that back to the little foot thing Indiana has a version it's they're known as the pop what Jeez and that's based on a Delaware Indian name from sort of New England that there are sightings of pop what these are legends the puck wages I should say in in New England and Indiana under describe just like you said a little troll type creatures I thought they might be a little bigger than eighteen inches are still or you know two feet maybe three feet or higher but you know that that in fact sounds like you know what your friends saw it is called a park why do you not I would personally place that into the little foot category some type of little small diminutive hominid type thing would you put the leprechaun stories from the Ireland tradition and myths in the same category they never fall from other legends from Eastern Europe for example in Russia and Eastern Europe or something on the dome of full a witcher like basically leprechaun or or fairy type creatures of other much hairier and perhaps is the you know the legends migrated across Europe to western Europe they you know they may have anointed these little hobgoblins with you know more human like features and clothing and things like that but you know I I firmly believe that that you know behind every legend there is a grain of truth and behind the legend of the the leprechaun there may be some type of diminutive hominid like a little foot it's going to the rocky service traveling near Nashville Tennessee I Serra welcome to the program I'm calling because I okay historically I have been a big but agnostic if you will I am from the mountains of north Georgia where you hear about Blake's but all the time right and I have friends from all over Georgia and parts of northern Florida and part of the the low country in here in South Carolina no has told me about a version of their version of big but like what you're saying to me like a all right and they all call at one eight and I'm wondering if your dad has heard of spot eight I even though of a group of friends in coffee county which is right above the Florida line that they all have these vinyl stickers on their back glasses of their cars and trucks better just little small little eight working you know walking around little things and it's it's thus far eight and they had it made because it's just a well known thing amongst their friends and their family members and their communities and then you know I'm doing this genealogical research and find them live biological paternal grandfather and it turns out that the guy was like a big split hoaxer in Washington state in the seventies and you know there's that that's one of the few things I can find you know about the guy was an article that confirms that and so yeah I just feel weird looking through the radio and I'm in the process now of moving from north Georgia shoot in northern central Janice beer where this right thing is so I'd like you know I felt like okay I have to call in now yeah I want to know if you've heard of it swamp ape yeah actually cryptozoologist Loren Coleman has theorized that there might be AT and an actual upon Gator an eight he calls them Nate north American apes or swamp ape is another name sort of more like a chimpanzee type thing quadruped in and much smaller than big foot but definite definitively and ate it moves around on all fours primarily it looks very able like and those accounts may have gotten mixed up into big foot lord that is all kinda get lumped together so a you know I it really does boil down to how many different species of of hominids or or eight Sir would you believe there could be hunting around North America certainly in Florida you have to consider that there are a lot of examining exotic animal collectors and you know the zoos and things like that in a I'm sure on occasion things like chimpanzees in around its hands of the skate when I was in the Florida's Florida's greens one back in two thousand five we spoke to some park Rangers down there that that said that they had got collected accounts of chimpanzee looking things that were running around in the swamp there so yeah I think swamp ape to the possibility as I think it could be more of an eight type thing and you know again getting kind of mixed up in into the big foot floor at some of these creatures service in all scooped down and picked up a human and took them away what is a famous account of course of a gentleman named Robert Osman and he was a prospector and he claimed that in nineteen twenty four up in British Columbia that he was kidnapped by a family of soft watches you without you know alone in the wilderness and they took him back to their lair and he finally managed to escape after a few days and that's probably the most famous account beyond that there's a native American accounts of of people being kidnapped by Sasquatch is an ultimately escaping as well but not too many of those stories what would people like Bob gambling the gambling Patterson given one film guy what would you do if somebody approached him and said we want to give you a polygraph test where you take one I think Bob would be willing to do it stopped in done yet well he's he's you know you have to consider that for many years as I said earlier he was kind of given the shaft in terms of the you know the the financial end of that whole thing he disappeared for many years after the film was shot he basically sold all of his rights to the film he wouldn't do any media interviews for years and years and you know a lot of it just kind of left a bad taste in the mouth of a lot of people would call him a hoaxer and different names and to my understanding it almost cost him his marriage so it's just in recent years these kind of gotten back into the field I will tell you this though if you sit down and listen to Bob tell the story which many hundreds of people now have done because he's been touring around the country talking about it for for the past two years you will not find a more credible.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on 710 WOR

"About me and we're at a family function and she made a beeline for me to tell me this story she had no reason to lie and I didn't know if that would have been in amongst the things that your guest has sought out and research down heard stories about okay and who's the first person along with Linda got for you mentioned because you're broke up a little bit there while black black burn okay great okay go head count yeah first of all you know Lyle Linda both very good friends where we're very small group us you know those of us that that search for cryptid so we're kind of attainment there are a lot of it so yeah we're all good friends and we work together as far as your account thank you for sharing that back to the little foot thing Indiana has a version and they're known as the puck what Jeez and that's based on a Delaware Indian name from sort of New England that there are sightings of park what these are legends the puck wages I should say in in New England and Indiana under described just like you said a little troll type creatures I thought they might be a little bigger than eighteen inches are still or you know two feet maybe three feet or higher but you know that that in fact sounds like you know what your friends saw it is called a park what you're not I would personally placed that into the little foot category some type of little small diminutive hominid type thing would you put the blood for con stories from the Ireland tradition and myths in the same category they may have a fall from other legends from Eastern Europe for example in Russia and Eastern Europe there something known as the dome of full a witcher like basically leprechaun or or fairy tale creatures although they're much scarier and perhaps is the you know the legends migrated across Europe to western Europe they you know they may have anointed these little hobgoblins with you know more human like features and clothing and things like that but you know I I firmly believe that that you know behind every legend there is a grain of truth and behind the legend of the the leprechaun there may be some type of diminutive hominid like a little foot go east of the Rockies service traveling near Nashville Tennessee I Serra welcome to the program okay historically I have been a big but agnostic if you will I am from the mountains of north Georgia where you hear about big but all the time right and I have from all over Georgia and parts of northern Florida and part of the the low country in here in South Carolina who have told me about Asian of their version of big but like what you're saying to me like a but they all call at one eight and I'm wondering if your dad has heard of spot eight I even though okay a group of friends in coffee county which is right above the Florida line that they all have these vinyl stickers on their back glasses of their cars and trucks better just little small little eight working you know walking around little things and it's it's the one eight and they had it made because it's just a well known thing amongst their friends and their family members and their communities and then you know I'm doing this genealogical research and find my biological paternal grandfather and it turns out that the guy was like a big split hoaxer in Washington state in the seventies and you know that's one of the few things I can find you know about the guy with an article that confirms that and so yeah I just feel weird wasn't there the radio and I'm in the process now of moving from north Georgia shoot in northern central tenets beer where this white so I'd like you know I felt like okay I have to call in now yeah I want to know if you've heard of it swamp ape yeah actually cryptozoologist Loren Coleman has theorized that there might be a and an actual upon Gedern eight he calls them napes north American apes or swante Bates is another name sort of more like a chimpanzee type thing quadruped and much smaller than big foot but definite definitively in eight it moves around on all fours primarily it looks very able like and those accounts may have gotten mixed up into big foot lord that is all kind of want together so a you know it really does boil down to how many different species of of hominids or or eight Sir would you believe there could be hunting around North America certainly in Florida you have to consider that there are a lot of examining exotic animal collectors and you know zoos and things like that in a I'm sure on occasion things like chimpanzees in around a chance of escape when I was in the Florida's Florida's green form back in two thousand five we spoke to some park Rangers down there that that said that they had collected accounts of chimpanzee looking things that were running around in the swamp there so yeah I think swamp ape to the possibility as I think it could be more of an eight type thing and you know again getting kind of mixed up in into the big foot floor and some of these creatures service middle school down and picked up a human and took them away what is a famous account of course of a gentleman named Albert Osman and he was a prospector and he claimed that in nineteen twenty four up in British Columbia that he was kidnapped by a family of soft watches you with us you know alone in the wilderness and they took him back to their lair and he finally managed to escape after a few days and that's probably the most famous account beyond that there are some native American accounts of of people being kidnapped by Sasquatch is in ultimately escaping as well but not too many of those stories what would people like Bob gambling the given when Patterson given film guy what would you do if somebody approached him and said we want to give you a polygraph test where you take one I think Bob would be willing to do it something done yet well he's he's you know you have to consider that for many years as I said earlier he was kind of given.

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"bob gamble" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

14:28 min | 2 years ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Our story to date begins in the four west northern California specifically it also incorporates not just to make sure it's D. but a a nother pop culture phenomenon Star Wars where do you could you come down on the Star Wars fan thank you for it again it I'm for it I'm I'm and then I'm not one of those people who feels that you must choose between either Star Trek or Star Wars I think they both have their merits hello there free what because they're in space and they have star in the name we have to make a choice we have to choose allegiances that's ridiculous it feels a little it feels a little bit falsely dichotomous to me are you revelar empire you know it's tough to make that call because having watched the films the rebels are all right always the protagonist right so an empire basically a bunch of fascist men very much into uniforms and conformity so I guess I would say a rebel but really if I were existing in the Star Wars universe all I would want to do is use the force get my medical orients up you know what about what it what about you where would you well hello obviously rebel it seems like a very unpopular decision to be empire but people do choose that allegiance and then the fan community many of you may know our compatriot Holly fry from is that he was in history class also by the way plug host of a cool show I'm working on with her called drawn the story of animation which is a partnership with cartoon network's answer really find kind of love letter to all things animation anyway Holly the biggest Star Wars fan you could ever imagine I'm serious use your imagination think of the biggest our stance take it up a couple clicks from there you got Holly fry she has a a rebel tattoo she makes all our own clothes pretty much all of it is Star Wars themed and when she over heard band you and I talking about the connection between Sasquatch and a certain wiki her eyes lit right up true there is a connection now fans of Star Wars you will recall chew baka of course Janet or in the throat really does close let's play a clip it's better as always seeing bokeh is a walkie a whole Harry by peta and also intelligent a sentient being he is best known as the friend first mate cosmic road trip buddy of Han solo and he is the co pilot on the famous spaceship the millennium falcon he's also super duper tall very tall seven foot plus yeah and you know it took a super duper tall human to fill that super duper talk costume a British man by the name of Peter Mayhew yes Peter Mayhew who might be unfamiliar to people or casual Star Wars fans I wouldn't say that either of us we're we're super producer Paul are people who can quote exact moments to know all the can and I wouldn't super super fans but we're fans right you know yes are working on the move LCS in all of them yeah and I'll probably watch me again and I'll say it in real life I'm I'm a very nice compassionate person with a lot of empathy but I think the sister cool wow don't you may do this other cool Darth Vader is like the most memorable part of the first few movies six true also played by a very tall man is actually quite appropriate for today's episode how may Hugh found himself in this role in London back around the time the Star Wars was going into preproduction he was part of a profile that a London reporter did on people with big feet which is insane when you think about a funny originally he wasn't supposed to be Tripucka originally I believe George Lucas was hoping to get a body builder named David Prowse to play the role but Prowse choose to play Darth Vader and we should say Mayhew despite having a peak height of seven feet three inches or two and twenty one centimeters each he is does not suffer from gigantism you know like Modelo had one now yeah he just a just a big fella he does however have a condition called Marfan syndrome which is a genetic disorder of connective tissue and often that can lead to people having extraordinary heights yeah and I'll often very skinny you know the band Deerhunter the singer and Atlanta bands fantastic singer Bradford **** has Marfan syndrome used quite tall and lanky the other guy talking with played Darth Vader he said he wanted to put out there because the thought villains were more memorable and the funny thing is to he didn't realize his voice was gonna be is a little bait and switch on him and may he also not his voice the voice of Jim Baca that sound we heard a minute ago is comprised of like a bear well walrus and several other animals and combine to make that super cool sound but today's story didn't take place until the third and I'm I'm ninety count on that he's supposed to it's like I said in order of listed in order of release that's let's do it that way just keep it easy yeah the third Star Wars movie released that was the return of the jet I which was the first star who to feature if I'm not mistaken and Star Wars fans please just just come at me saying no don't be kind he can give it to me be kind to me with your light sabers I'm with everyone to make sure the the little guys the little furry he walks and they occupied the they're they're forced to ours the forest of indoor yes return of the Jedi knight nineteen eighty three in the building you'll remember of course that Chewbacca is one of the characters who visits indoor and he is he has a nice reporter with he walks being that they are both furry and lovable despite their size difference but the story we're examining doesn't take place in front of the cameras while they were rolling you see where they were shooting the scenes for the force of indoor in a state park what was I see parking it is the tall trees redwood Grove located in the redwood national and state park in Humboldt County and when was this area has a nother notable thing about aside from being the a side of Star Wars filming it is also known as an alleged hot spot for one of the most famous cryptids in the United States big foot achei the Sasquatch a KA the yeti achei a swamp ape but that the calls one paper Florida skunk ape skunk ape that's another one that's another one yeah llama wool snowman in the Himalayas and the Sasquatch citing or Sasquatch hunting was popular enough in this region and remains popular enough in this region today that the filmmakers were worried that shoe baka or Peter might get shot or harassed were attacked because in big foot country there is a seven plus foot tall creature that is Harry that is wandering around and they said well you know that's kinda gonna mess up filming for us we don't have in getting shot what's that cool word the first five dollar word for being hairy here's to love that yeah sorry it's love that word I yes so they didn't have it in the script for in him to be shot by big foot hunters but they had to make the movie anyway the show must go on so what did they do well according to Mae Hugh himself this is something of a sort of a Star Wars fan community urban legend which is interesting considering it surrounds a a big foot story was well that he had kind of a detail sort of a protection squad if you will that were decked out in brightly colored jackets like vests you know like you've seen me on a crossing guard Vester or even hundreds these kind of that's so they can be visible in the forest and can keep from shooting each other in the obviously not creatures of the woods must your Dick Cheney that apparently does not read for Dick wolf boy I used to know I don't think that's too soon that's that's not too soon that's it is because that's what's really but it's a great example of how easily accidents can happen well hunter hunting yes specially if you know your mistaken for a potentially dangerous predator or the target of your hunt rates because people genuinely believe that this creature while elusive does exist somewhere right and they want to everybody who believes it wants to be the first person to find it he's going to kill it you think it's unit with a dart or something yeah that's that's the thing because when we discover new animals are re discover animals are previously thought to be extinct it's a real tragedy to find out that they were still alive when you've killed one writer you've killed the last one of two or three there's there's another reason here I know this sounds like maybe they were being over protective of Chewbacca even though it's an understandable thing to have this that this detail something else happens in nineteen sixty seven in Humboldt County that both fueled the search for this cryptid end I think added some credibility to the fear that you're baka might be attacked and that is a film you talking about the famous Patterson game one film yep the famous Patterson gin length film which was shot in nineteen sixty seven along side bluff creek that's about twenty five miles north west of Orleans California in Humboldt County and this film which is named after the the guys who shot it Roger Patterson and Robert Bob gambling this film is so iconic that if you are a dyed in the wool true believer of big foot or your an absolute skeptic E. D. either way no matter how you feel about the allegations of this of this gigantic creature existing you have seen this footage you can go on you tube and see countless Jules documentaries countless TV shows and countless damage were documentaries attempting to analyze this what a little less than one minute of footage of this large hairy looking thing walking yeah I mean you see from behind and it it it looks good although the same time it's sort of like you know when was this sixty seven sixty seven I mean you know much about her costume it looks a lot like the Chewbacca gusting wind a lot like it this is the yeah absolutely does because the big differentiation is the big differentiation between the parents of Chaka and the appearance of this creature in this film or only discernible from a closer distance sure and my question for you then as I what's the backstory behind this film like how what gives it weight like why why why are people still kind of thinking that this with these people had no reason to like fake it we can yeah we can look a little bit into the origin of that film itself to Patterson read an article about big foot in a magazine in nineteen fifty nine magazine called true magazine and then she visited love creek in nineteen sixty two so several years before the film they they caught this film or made this film right so he was he was already kind of in search of Sasquatch yeah a little bit like the two nations the saw yeah according to the author Mary Ann please win Patterson arrive to love creek he talked to tons of people who believed in big foot and said Hey it's out here not only is it out here I can show you some stuff about it I can show you some evidence and so in nineteen sixty four he returned any medic and impact graves who drove him to layer dip meadows and that's where according to this story he solves fresh tracks fresh big foot tracks and he thought it would be an amazing scientific breakthrough if he could obtain evidence that these were not hoaxes but the mark of an unknown human like creature interesting I think for me it would be a lot more believable if you just happen to be some Rando out in the woods with this camera that caught the thing you know right like out of candy yeah and their their filming their kid making a set hands for the left I'd buy that much more than this guy he was sort of had a result he was after and a reason to to want to be the guy you know yeah here's here's the thing he was constantly ridiculed for this search and she was always running short on money he founded the single the northwest research foundation and use that to get funding for these big foot searches any conducted several expeditions but he also had a financial motivation is probably the best way to put it in sixty six he published a paper back about the search and he added the income from that to the income from his lectures he ostensibly to just too fun not Kerr their searches but that's a tough call to make but you know what then but this area is just lousy with these kinds of reports in general this humble area and the.

"bob gamble" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Dot com on namias mom it's going that everybody did the motorcycle and you got tough naked in phnom. Tom good just got a whole room swag surfing and and there i know there is no zone does not to the hip hop that have of land today day you know stay is folly. It's right now. Every florida's google play every florida's will ask and i look to my kids anthem. There are two songs <music> in hip hop. They have a buildup like that. Dreams and nightmares meek mill <hes> yeah yeah yeah yeah look at my parents that you don't even know i only allah words that the i i actually seen it. These deltas was stepping and it was like coming through and then that part came up and they went crazy. I was like this is my favorite song. Shit turns every so that and swagger swagger my mother. Everybody's already getting ready for those only do some of the hip hop up and i'm trying to think there another one dancing was yeah. I'm pretty much everything john did like. I'm saying anything that it rick ross. Does all of his hong has been. Here's the thing here's the thing like. I mean you know rick. Ross may see no no donna that's blocking. Noah's eight is terrible no it it's a rick. Ross is looks luger. It's a recross on. This is exactly like that. Look the same and then it goes in april each. No no that's not that's not the song you you thinking about april <hes> eminent eminem low wayne because that sounds exactly like harding exact same sounds sounds what is that song is <hes> using about <hes> april piece sure hey bob if you know i'm i'm i'm okay because i play the song for you and it sounds exactly the thing it goes under the lex. There is hard in the paint and then it's another is rick. Ross sounds exactly the same. I'm agreeing with you. I'm just telling you the name but you know you know the name. It's okay i trust you. <hes> okay then you like but you like. I like a lot a lot of people would sit there talking about golden ages and hip hop. I believe this is generational things. Of course everybody feels completely different but i think that that era that time right there to snap music current music like we of course we like the ringtone rap. That's what it's called the window like there's a lotta that was bred. They're still have careers to this day but there's a lot of nicks from the ninety s who i don't even know what the fuck they are in life yeah so the boys still for some reason. It's relevant see pain. You cadets because he did that. Drink now. He just did that. Remakes tutu yeah he up and down before i know but that remakes was their remix that not look like youngster. Yeah he makes us they would say that she does a bob gambling but but like just that that time like they're like i said there's there's one one is in the ninety s that are nowhere near around and then that little span of time. There's still still people that are of course there's a lot of people i wish would like. Maybe had something else like that. <hes> ushers good one chance when you look at her you remember. That's all the what were as. They look at look at her. Wherever her i know they have another song john michael we gotta but this is why i said our our member the i guarantee you will guarantee you only remember it if player but they're like and then like lloyd popping at that time he was whispering but he was still around. I like to sit around but i i mean fuck low. Hello john. I fucked where <hes> crime up like young blouses fire a they weren't. They had a really good. I wish i knew where they were still. <hes> sean postal wrapping fish yeah. He's the wrapping rap. He was on somebody song..

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"bob gamble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

08:57 min | 2 years ago

"bob gamble" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"It'll be at June it beach for the US open. And always a great thing there. We like to catch up at least once a year. Maybe more often with Bob Dorfman with Baker street advertising. The executive creative director, and we'll find out how creative Bob is at seven twenty five in the morning. Good morning, Bob. Thanks. Beverage some time on Saturday morning for us. No problem. John talking to you. Yeah. You too I guess a couple of things come to mind in terms of golfing. We we've chatted with you over the years about you'll things like endorsement deals and value players. And and you know, it's really interesting now how we've got so many young guys like the Jordan speaks to the world and Rickie Fowler who have really really come on. And Ricky must have a great agent because when you watch professional golf events he's got multiple ads going back to back between mortgage company insurance company almost looks like a like a NASCAR driver with all the logos. I think at one one player I counted. Maybe five different logos. Six logos between shirt and his hat, but pretty interesting for these young guys and some of the opportunities. Yeah. Absolutely. Ricky in particular. I think you know. I go trying to appeal to a younger market and Ricky what he's thirty years old, but still he has that youth appeal, and he's, you know, a little bit more counter cultural than maybe some of the other young golfers out there, and I think that's why so many sponsors latch, onto they just trying to build a broader market, reaching younger demographic. And he seems to have that kind of coolness and looks and attitude that maybe other golfers don't quite have like say Jordan speed comes off a little more middle of the road. Let's say, yeah. And I get a kick out of the one of the mortgage ones with Ricky where he of plays it up with this mock announcer, and he kinda rolls his eyes. And and he's obviously got the personality, and and the old cliche. You know, the camera likes him in Ricky's case. Absolutely. Yeah. He's he's a good looking guy. Appeals to you know, men like women like. I'm Ben wannabe him. So yeah, he he does have a big broad, you know, draw and it should be nice. If he could win a major this year talking. You know, we always end up talking about tiger interesting over the last few years. He is, you know, his big deal, which I think is about five million a year is the golf bag that he carries this year. It's a monster beverage and Tigers in some ads, and you know, for a long time, it was all Nike because of his own brand of clothing. But he's got the still got the Nike logo on his clothing. But then he switched to to made clubs but Tigers still obviously, very marketable and huge numbers for for. Tiger woods. It's incredible. How he's come around. You know, obviously had to do with his resurgence on the course. But you know, at at one time he was making. Fifty sixty million dollars a year endorsements. He's probably say he's making forty million a year. Now, I think that's a little generous probably more thirty twenty five something like that. But you know as long as he keeps winning on. The course it just such a draw and continues to be a draw any the ratings draw, you know, doubles audiences on the weekends. When Eason final groups exactly Bob Dorfman joins us with Baker street advertising right here in San Francisco, right up the street from our can be our studio here. Bob gambling is becoming legal in many states and kind of curiously how the golf to our travels. I've never counted. Like, how many states the professional golf tours traveled to? But now, it's becoming legal. And I think that the PGA tour like NBA has embraced some of the gambling companies or the casino companies. What do you see they're down the road? And and maybe if there is a is Phil Mickelson who's known as a gambler. Does he become the the first endorser of a bookie? I would I would put him at the top of the list it. It's good. What's going to happen? With with Gulf is the same thing that's going to happen with with other sports. It's gonna bring in a broader audience. It's going to bring in people who are you know, maybe not as big fans of the game. But for the action it's going to, you know, again, just opened up the sport to more possibilities. More sponsors. It does lend itself Gulf maybe more than any of the other team sports lends itself to some foul play, you know, fixing and things like that. So I'm a little concerned about that. You know, it's very easy for a guy to miss a putt, three-foot putt. If somebody's telling him, you know, there's millions of dollars of betting money on the line or something. So I don't know how they can keep them in line. But I would think that most golfers wouldn't be doing that kind of stuff. But you never know. It'll be curious to see how the tour handles the gambling by the players for the Pete Rose affect. I know there was a great piece recently on sixty minutes. I believe it was about how players in the NC double A colleges are not allowed to bet. But I think of horse racing where I think in the paddock area where the owners and the jockeys are they have their own aisles where they can go bet. But. But will the players have that in the locker room a kiosk where they can go put fifty bucks. I New England can do that. But it'll be curious to see how the PGA tour handles at. Yeah. I would kind of surprised if they let the players bet. I mean again that even opens up things to to make the need make more money betting on yourself and then winning tournament. So who knows how to work out? But yeah, it'll be interesting to see how it all plays out. If you were the agent for your company, rather than the creative director is there a player that you would say, well, we gotta get this guy and having under contract for for endorsements for our whatever products that you're promoting. Yeah. The most interesting guy right now that's up and coming had a great season. Last year was Bryson to Shambo. Sure interesting character, he seems to be a real renaissance, man. He he plays the same length irons, which is kind of interesting. He's the guy that's been advocating, you know, keeping the stick in when you cut so he's he's got a lot of different things going on with him. So and he's been playing great. If there was anybody that I would kinda maybe onto it would probably be him. And of course, you know, then there's the Jordan speak. I feel like he's a veteran. You know, he's only two twenty five twenty six, but and it's kinda fallen off. I really hope he comes back because always like that guy again seems to be real likable person in a very marketable guy. He's doing pretty well. He's making about thirty million a year in endorsements right now. Well, yeah. And I know I think it was last year where he's a endorser for AT and T Pebble Beach even did a bobblehead for him. So that's when you know, you've really made it when when the they've got a bobble head for you. So. When you can jump across when you can. Across from just a quick deals into into fast foods, and soft drinks and cars, and those kinds of things. That's when you know, you really making it good stuff there and and just back to Bryson. And then we're going to we're going to hop along here. But Bryson does a funny ad with Bridgestone golf balls with Tiger Woods. And he goes through the whole mad professor thing. And tiger sorta yawning and and pretty cute for both of them the way they did that. So that's a fun one that I'm sure people can pull up on YouTube. Bob dorf. Thanks so much for a few minutes on a Saturday morning, and certainly stay in touch for shaped stay in touch with over the years. Always glad to talk in and thanks. All right. Very good. Very good. All right. Coming up. We're going to meet with Joe pita. Who is got a great masters preview. This is one where you really need to get your notepad out. And if you're if you want to kind of, you know, better drinker or a sandwich with your buddies..

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"bob gamble" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

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"bob gamble" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast

"And why hasn't anyone just run? Why hasn't anyone run genetic swabs on these things they have okay? Okay. That's in the podcast. Their run. Yeah. And what what what what is the this isn't running until after December four th right? Correct. Okay. Well species is that left the. They found any kind of species you would have expected in the Pacific northwest, the only primate they found was human real human human human, not close to human and they found horse which was kind of weird but somebody probably track that in on their boots. And so it was contamination. These were run at a lab in New York. There's probably whoever made the nest or these guys out there cutting samples out of it. Because it's going to be very unless you go in like, you're an even crime scenes get cross contaminated all the time unless you're going in and like full level for biohazard suit. Yeah. I mean if that finger that Peter Byrne touched seventy years ago, the yeti hand still had his DNA on it that stuff could have been there for who knows. What when you usually when you call DNA from a bone usually go in go into a very controlled atmosphere in pole material from inside of the bone where you don't have as much surface contamination. Well, they did they took big pie shaped wedges out of the nests. They bagged them up. But there were some problems with the material so having moisture in it so that hastens degradation of samples, and then they also did not do DNA testing on the nests immediately. They waited a few years. So when rain and sun and all the rest of that had also done some sun damage to it. So you know, and that that sort of has people holding out hope that. Okay. Maybe these samples were contaminated, and so we didn't get everything we needed out of it. Or maybe whatever Bigfoot is it's so closely related to humans that were perceiving this human DNA as contamination, but it's actually Bigfoot. Can you lay out like totally like just straight face like never mind? My negatively like layoff. Meantime in the in the big foot community, what are the big in the big foot community? What are the right now sort of the hot pieces of evidence? Like right now, what is the? You know, if you really gonna sit down and present at a conference of of scientists, okay, you're gonna present. And you get the best brightest mind from the big foot world, and he needs to come in. And be like, this is real we need to pay attention to this. What are the three or four things? He's going to lay out for us. The Patterson gilmore's. I don't mean to I'm not here. She. Yeah. We'll let out for the Patterson Gamblin film will always come up. This is that nineteen sixty seven footage. Extremely shaky was shot in the six rivers national forest area of northern California near Eureka, willow creek. That is always held up as being a piece of evidence. What's it called? Again. It's called the Patterson Gimblett film, and you have seen it. Everybody has seen it or they've at least seen the still from it. Which is the big foot sort of one hand in front one hand behind looking back over its shoulder. But didn't that didn't a big foot? Wasn't that person? They were going out to film a big foot. They were out so Patterson. Yeah. I know rob your Patterson. Bob gambling were down there. Looking the tracks. There'd been tracks found in that area around some. Logging equipment that have been put in over a weekend and the lagers came back in on a Monday morning, and there were these tracks and everybody got. Al- kerfuffle about this. So Roger Patterson and Bob Gamblin came down from the Washington area and spent three weeks three or four weeks out there just kind of looking around. But yes, the fact that they were out looking for Bigfoot, and Roger happened running a camera the moment ads questions to it. The flip side is. No one has ever brought the suit out the suit that was worn in that film. There's some questions about something that scene like someone can see a class..

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