Monday, July 11, 2016

Dr. Squatch finds Clint Eastwood-like Catman




The video below from the #1 IN BIGFOOT & CRYPTID RESEARCH -DR. SQUATCH depicts a Catman but our artists have brought out detail which shows a surprising similarity to Clint Eastwood in his Italian western movie days. What do you think?




27 comments:

  1. That does look like Dirty Harry.

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    1. Is it true your real name is Joerg?

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    2. Joe is not Joerg.

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    3. Yes it is true, Joe is actually Joerg. I know this for a fact.

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  3. Dr. Squatch is the funniest guy in cryptid research !

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    1. He's a top researcher and he approaches it with a sense of humor.

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    2. Top researcher? He's funny and all but you don't actually take him serious do you?

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    3. I take him as serious as any other bigfoot researcher.

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    4. Ridiculous !

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    5. What is ridiculous?

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    6. I LOVE IT!! Yes, we will call him Clint!

      Anon 7:29, i've never given anyone a reason not to trust me 110%, and i take Bigfooting very seriously.

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    7. I have so many creatures on film, and i'm getting repeatable pics, of the same looking creatures miles apart.....this fella had a Cat look to him, so he fell in the "Catman" category.
      This may sound ridiculous to some, but i have to categorize them somehow.

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    8. Thanks Dr. Squatch. We're fans of your work.

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    9. Dogman Evidence is where its at.

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    10. I have a ton of that too...Got some really good one's lately.

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    11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Js7qfmKFavs

      Dogman peeking at me!

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  4. Waaaaaaaahhhhahhaahhaaa waaa waaa waaaaaaa

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    1. Is that the theme to Good, Bad and the Ugly?

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  5. That really is a Perfect Comparison!

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  6. Does Dogman Evidence ever post any REAL evidence? First time visitor here and am an avid dogman enthusiast...but I also am a serious researcher, and so far all the supposed "evidence" consists of textbook examples do pareidolia.

    If you're going to consider yourself among serious researchers you need to put aside cognitive biases such as confirmation bias; they hinder the field of study and actually harm harm the community by diminishing legitimacy and credibility.

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