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Jim Rockford
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Squatch in SE TX


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Bama and Beer
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Daphne, AL
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re: Squatch in SE TX


Outlines of nothing





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bonescanner
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re: Squatch in SE TX


Sqautch in a gillie suit?





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UncleJEAUX
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Wookie Man!





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Bama and Beer
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Outlines of nothing






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VanRIch
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Abita Springs, La
Member since Sep 2007
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Looks like he took a picture of some scenery and then upon viewing after he got home he made up those stories. Those look like coincidental shapes. Same kinda thing you see while deer hunting through your naked eye. What looks like a buck turns out to just be the way limbs are framing a darker background. That's all this is IMO.





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jorconalx
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alexandria
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Outlines of nothing


no doubt, what the hell is that supposed to be?






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bonescanner
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BoBo says those are a new breed of ninja squatch! Or it could just be trees





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Good Times
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no doubt, what the hell is that supposed to be?



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Squatch in SE TX






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OTIS2
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Well, that settles the issue without question.





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FISH N TIGER
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Down the bayou
Member since Jun 2007
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I see 2 red arrows pointing down on some brush and one of several dark spots that anyone could say they were Squatch's.............But nothing else.





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ZacAttack
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The Land Mass
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Photo is not blurry. Everyone knows that Sasquatch is actually a little blurred around the edges. So, not a squatch.





























Therefore, it's obviously a black panther.






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lsu mike
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Think an emergency dispatch to the finding bigfoot team is needed. we have officially found them. Fly them down there by any means necessary asap so they can start their mind-numbing thorough investigation.





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Kill Switch
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Goldsboro, NC
Member since Sep 2010
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Speaking of squatches. Just the other day here at work I was telling some of the other guys I'd like to dress up in some sort of suit and right at dark walk in front of one of my brother-in-law's deer cameras. I can just see the hilarity that would ensue afterwards.





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Topwater Trout
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I want them to be real





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wasteland
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ya mother
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Bobo thinks those are definitely adolescent female sister squatches





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Teague
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Huntsville, AL
Member since Aug 2007
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Ah shit, now the squatches are turning invisible. We doomed.





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Da Sheik
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Up In Here
Member since Sep 2007
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After carefully examining the evidence - it's definitely a squatch.





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DonChowder
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Caulifornea
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But all the beer/bacon loving samsquanches are in Oregon I thought.





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Yewkindewit
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Near Birmingham, Alabama
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Bushes. Nothing to see here. Move along everybody.





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