Thursday, April 12, 2012

Watch Matt 'Finding Bigfoot' Moneymaker's 2012 CBS News Interview

Although they get his name wrong in the text description
Matt is correctly addressed by the interviewer, John Miller. 


Matt Moneymaker eloquently presents the case for Bigfoot in a mostly respectful interview by CBS News' John Miller. Topics covered are Matt's personal Bigfoot encounter, the pluralization of Bigfoot, the Patterson/Gimlin film, and why it is so darn hard to get a photo of Bigfoot.



12 comments:

  1. So does Moneymaker do this to study these creatures or try and get rich & famous and 'own' the phenomenon?

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  2. smooth interview ,better than the fox news interview a while back lol

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  3. I would like to believe in Sasquatch, but in 2012 with all our technology & we still can't catch him ...Not believable in my mind

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    1. Thank you for your opion, but those of us who have seen this creature would say, just hold on. I will use some of your verbage, 2012 could very-well be the year. Proof is just on the horizon. DNA studies are out there, more and more people are "getting on board" so to speak. Just hold on, the proof is in the science.

      sbizkit38

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  4. I would like to believe in Sasquatch, but in 2012 with all our technology & we still can't catch him ...Not believable in my mind

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    1. We can understand your stance as a Bigfoot Hopeful, we also appreciate your skepticism based on the technology we have. We can assure you there is lot of wilderness for Bigfoot to hide in. Most habitats acceptable to a Sasquatch are only accessible by foot, some of it requiring days of hiking. Surveillance cameras have only penetrated shopping malls and parking lots. Satellites usually take a single snapshot(during the day)once every few years.

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  5. MM managed to pull off a very clear interview without any insane theories. I appreciate that, except for that last line about them being apes and not being anywhere near humans. Wow, he's so wrong on that one.

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  6. I would agree that Matt did ok and yea that last line was why off for me as I see them more human than any ape.

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  7. Interesting but he just confirmed what most researchers believe and that is they are not people but another form of primate. The BFRO is the go to organization and that is why MM was chosen to be the lead man on Searching for Bigfoot TV series but we all know there are other organizations that do an outstanding job for the BF community. IMO Bill Barnes and his small group of researchers are the way to approach finding these creatures in the wild.

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    1. Just to clarify for several posters who comment on MM's statement that they are apes, not human...

      Humans ARE apes.

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  8. Hi All across the pond,
    The only thing that bugs me about the'Finding Bigfoot' series the team race around different states and never seem to stay & locate then film for a week or so to catch site that plus with a camera team it would make it difficult to be as stealthy as these Animals/Apes are known for thier staelthy abilities.
    Otherwise it's a good series but in the current format I really dont think they will capture a good enough image to once and for all bring the debate to a close and leave these creatures alone.

    1batfastard.

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    1. Sorry for the bad grammer

      1batfastard

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