Bigfoot Believers Divided Over Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery
There were a lot of different reactions to Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery upon its release on Amazon Prime Direct last November. As with any movie, there were expectations the movie would deliver something other Bigfoot movies and TV shows did not.
Viewers expecting to see what the movies says it’s about, a hunt for Bigfoot with Russian researcher Igor Burtsev resulting in a bizarre blood mystery, did not leave disappointed, unless they expected us to solve that blood mystery within the space of the movie.
In addition to the mysterious blood in the tent, viewers of Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery got a front row seat to some of the majestic beauty of the lakes, streams and mountains of the Cascade Range in Washington State.
Finally, movie viewers were able to see the scientific process being implemented in the collection of the blood. And with the help of Dr. Melba Ketchum’s advice on collection and storage.
Unanswered Questions Make Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery Remote Viewed and Blood Trails A Necessity
Of course, Dr. Melba Ketchum’s advice in the collection and storage of the blood for later DNA testing. This was not going to do anyone any good unless it was actually tested for DNA.
And that was where Cascade Bigfoot Chewelah Triangle ends and Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery Remote Viewed begins.
More Than Just A Blood Mystery
Sure, we can test the DNA. But what will that prove and how much can we rely on any lab to go against accepted science? According to Dr. Ketchum, the mitochochondrial DNA will show up human female. So, unless the mysterious Bigfoot chromosome shows up in the DNA of the blood I collected, we will not be able to prove anything beyond supporting Dr. Ketchum’s theory.
Testing For A Hoax
Naturally, the skeptic in all of us, including myself, should say, wait a minute. You expect me to believe this? I must confess, as I do in the movie, I would not believe any of it, unless I trusted the credibility of the eyewitnesses. Even then, I would do so half-heartedly, waiting for another explanation.
For the reason of verifying as much as possible of this story through what we accept as scientific verification, I will be taking a lie detector test in Blood Trails. First and foremost, I want to rule myself out as having anything to do with the blood.
Whatever the results of the test, it will be published in the movie. That being said, if we can find an alternative test to verify, or refute the initial test, I will undergo as many tests as will be necessary to get a consensus.
As we all are aware, there are only two possibilities. I am telling the truth. Or, I am lying. We will just have to watch the movie to see what the polygraph says.
Remote Chance of Success
For the first time ever, Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery Remote Viewed will bring in remote viewing experts under military and scientifically accepted conditions to view what happened that morning in June.
So far, the results are pretty incredible…
Could Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery Remote Viewed solve the Bigfoot question once and for all?
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Matthew Heines is an author and veteran of the US 82nd Airborne Division with over twenty years of experience teaching in the USA, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. Matthew Heines has six books currently in publication titled, My Year in Oman, Another Year in Oman, Killing Time in Saudi Arabia, Deceptions of the Ages, The Rainier Paradigm and Heinessights: Wisdom for the Ages. Currently living near Seattle, in Washington State, Matthew Heines is active in politics and has run, and is currently running for the US House of Representatives.