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Let me first start by saying I do not personally know Steve Huff and have only watched a handful of his YouTube videos. I have not dug into what he does or tested the validity of his work. I do want to share some information about him, for those who may not know, and show how one person attempts to expose him as a fake. You can make up your on mind as to which side you believe.

First lets give some information about Steve Huff and Huff Paranormal.


Jumping Alien Video Solved!
By Dorraine Fisher


Just as we suspected, yesterday’s jumping alien footage was another filmmaker playing games with the cryptid community. This footage was found on Youtube by our very own team member, Greg Champy, where the filmmaker illustrates his work on the film.

So, it wasn’t a deliberate hoax, but more like a reminder to always be critical about any footage that looks this “interesting.”

Check it out. 


Mysterious Jumping Alien...Or Hoax?
By Dorraine Fisher
This video has been circulating on Youtube for a long time. I first saw this when the late J.C. Johnson, the famous cryptid researcher, posted it on his Facebook page when I first met him back in 2012. He obviously thought it was interesting, and so do I, even though it might just be an interesting fake.

We know absolutely nothing about its origin. The Youtuber that posted it offers no details whatsoever. It’s filmed at twilight so the light is bad, and the whole thing is a little blurry, which is always suspicious. The video depicts a strange light moving across the sky, when a strange figure appears on the road in front of the guy who’s filming. When he tries to get a little closer to the figure, it jumps and exits the area in a single bound.

Though it’s very likely to be an intriguing hoax, check it out and tell us what you think.

It's time for another chat Around the Campfire with Dorraine Fisher. In this episode Dorraine talks about skeptics. While skeptics may not be on anyone's favorites list, they can serve a helpful purpose. Dorraine talks about 3 types of skeptics and how to be a good skeptic. This episode will surly hit the nerve of a few people but it goes with the territory.

Hope you enjoy Around the Campfire - How to be a good skeptic (episode 5)


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Watch for another episode soon!


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~Tom~

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Still frame from the video.

Okay, so I was trolling around the internet and came across the video below and remembered how it was and maybe still is being debated. First let me tell you, any researcher worth his or her salt should be able to tell you right off that this is a fake video and not a real bigfoot. If you look at the comments on the youtube video many think it is a real bigfoot.

Now, lets look at the video.


The description stated something like the guy was testing out his camera and heard the tree knock and filmed this baby bigfoot.

So, knowing that the video was fake, I set out to maybe find more evidence that it was a set up video and I feel I did. First I looked over the guys other videos. One of them stood out to me and it was one titled "Action scenes". It shows a man running, shooting a hand gun, crawling and diving. I take it the guy was testing his camera out more.

Here is a still frame from the Action scenes youtube video

It becomes pretty obvious that this guy has an interest in film making and is testing out his camera.
So as I continue to check out this youtube channel, I notice he is subscribed to a channel called Extra Unordinary Films.  So my next step is to check out that channel. On that channel I found a short film called "Predaprey (Bigfoot Short Film)". The film only runs a little over 2 minutes, so I gave it a watch. As I was watching it, it was pretty clear this was the same area of the "Baby Bigfoot" video and the "Action Scenes" video. It also appears to be the same guy in the same blue pants. You can't see his face in the "Predaprey" film as he is wearing a gas mask.  A couple of the easy giveaways is the ferns seen in "Action Scenes" video and the "Predaprey" appear to be filmed in the same location. Another similarity is in the "Action Scenes" video the guy is seen walking next to a roll of rocks that have been stacked up, it appears the same stacked up rocks are in "Predaprey" film, but filmed from a differen angle. Here is a still shot of the roll of stacked rocks.
Also, the theme from the "Baby Bigfoot" video is very similar to the short film, with regards to the tree knock. The suit used in the short film is the same as the "Baby Bigfoot video. Once you watch the 3 videos in question, I think most will see the connections.

With all that said, the little short film, "Predaprey" is not bad, and somewhat entertaining. I also, would not call this person a "hoaxer", I think it was a little more like a marketing test. As many of you know, we have seen similar fake videos used to market a upcoming film. I hope the guy keeps making short films, or full length films, as he seems to have a good knack for it.  Here is the "Predaprey" video.

I'm not trying to be harsh towards the guy who made these films and I feel he does a pretty good job with his little short film. The music and editing in the short film is nice as well. But I would encourage him not make fake bigfoot videos in efforts to fool people. Once the stigma of being a Hoaxer is attached to you, you can't never shake it and it could have negative effects on your film making.
 Plus, for people who have dedicated many years into doing Bigfoot research, it makes it a little more difficult to be taken seriously. Fake Bigfoot videos often split the community apart, with one side believing it and one side calling it fake.We all know if we are split we can't get as much done and the job becomes harder.
The young man, stated that he would like to make a full length film, if it is about bigfoot, I would think it would be better to work with the Bigfoot community than to try and spoof them. In fact, I would think that many in the Bigfoot community would be willing to provide information or help on a Bigfoot film project. They will also be your target audience, so you don't want them upset, you want them to watch your film, not boycott it.

Oh well, I'm rambling now....but the advice is free (ha ha).

I hope this post sheds some light on the "Baby Bigfoot" Video and it is my opinion that all three videos were made by the same person in the same location.

Thanks
~Tom~


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The fur-bearing trout (or furry trout) is a fictional creature purportedly found in North America and Iceland. According to tales, the trout has created a thick coat of fur to maintain its body heat. Tales of furry fish date to the 17th-century and later the "shaggy trout" of Iceland. The earliest known American publication dates from a 1929 Montana Wildlife magazine article by J.H. Hicken. A taxidermy furry trout produced by Ross C. Jobe is a specimen at the Royal Museum of Scotland; it is a trout with white rabbit fur "ingeniously" attached.

There are no real examples of any fur-bearing trout species, but two examples of hair-like growths on fish are known. The "cotton mold", Saprolegnia, can infect fish, which can result in the appearance of fish covered in the white "fur". A real fish, Mirapinna esau, also known as the "Hairy Fish", has hair-like outgrowths and wings.


Fur-bearing trout are fictional creatures that are purportedly found in Arkansas, northern North America, and Iceland. The basic claim (or tall tale) is that the waters of lakes and rivers in the area are so cold that they evolved a thick coat of fur to maintain their body heat. Another theory says that it is due to four jugs - or two bottles - of hair tonic being spilled into the Arkansas River.
The origins vary, but one of the earlier claims date to a 17th-century Scottish immigrant's letter to his relatives referring to "furried animals and fish" being plentiful in the New World. It was followed by a request to procure a specimen of these "furried fish" and one was sent back home. A publication in 1900 recounts the Icelandic Lodsilungur, another haired trout, as being a common folklore. The earliest known American publication dates from a 1929 Montana Wildlife magazine article by J.H. Hicken.


 
cotton mold
The "cotton mold" Saprolegnia will sometimes infect fish, causing tufts of fur-like growth to appear on the body. A heavy infection will result in the death of the fish, and as the fungus continues to grow afterwards, dead fish that are largely covered in the white "fur" can occasionally be found washed ashore. A real fish, Mirapinna esau known as the "Hairy Fish", has hair-like outgrowths and wings. It was discovered in the Azores in 1956.

According to Icelandic legend, the Lodsilungur is a furry trout that is the creation of demons and giants. The Lodsilungur are described as inedible fish that overwhelm rivers and are a form of punishment for human wickedness. In 1900, The Scottish Review featured an account of the Lodsilungur as a poisonous "Shaggy trout" of northern Iceland. In 1854, a shaggy trout was "cast on shore at Svina-vatn" and featured in an 1855 illustration in Nordri, a newspaper. It was described as having a reddish hair on its lower jaw and neck, sides and fins, but the writer of the Nordri article did not specifically identify it by name. Sjón, a popular Icelandic writer, became obsessed with the folk tale when he was nine. Sjón recounted that if a man were to eat the furry trout he would become pregnant and that his scrotum would have to be cut open to deliver the baby. Sjón noted that the story "might explain why I was later propelled towards surrealism.

An account of a furry trout appeared in 1929 in Montana Wildlife magazine and was first noted by J.H. Hicken. Hicken's account states that when the fish is caught "the change of temperature from this water to atmosphere is so great that the fish explodes upon being taken from the water, and fur and skin come off in one perfect piece, making it available for commercial purposes, and leaving the body of the fish for refrigerator purposes or eating, as desired."


Another fur-bearing trout story originated with Wilbur Foshay, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. Foshay promoted the story so convincingly that it was picked up by the Salida Record newspaper. According to its Foshay, the trout grew fur due to the cold temperatures of the Arkansas River and shed the fur as the water temperatures warmed in the summer. In November 1938, a story in the Puebloan Cheiftan recounted the hairy trout history and stated that "old-timers living along the Arkansas River near Salida have told tales for many years of the fur-bearing trout indigenous to the waters of the Arkansas near there." In 2014, Mysteries at the Museum visited the Salida Museum and is expected to be part of a segment in late 2014.

A tall tale was recounted by S.E. Schlosser, it states that hairy trout were the result of two bottles or four jugs of spilled hair tonic. To catch hairy trout, fisherman would act as barbers and lure fish from the waters with the offer of a free trim or shave. An intentionally fantastical story in Maine and claimed hairy trout were under catch and release policy that was enforced by wardens' carrying Brannock Devices. If a fish was caught, the warden would measure it against the fisher's foot. If the fish's length matched the fisher's foot size, the fish could be eaten and the outards made into furry slippers.

The Canadian Fur-bearing trout is another example of the furry trout hoax. According to the story, a trout with white fur was caught in Lake Superior off Gros Cap in Algoma, Ontario, Canada and its taxidermist was Ross C. Jobe. The purchaser of the fish learned of the hoax after presenting it to the Royal Museum of Scotland. The white fur of a rabbit was described as being "ingeniously" attached to the fish. A fictional description of the Canadian "Hairy" Trout was published by Takeshi Yamada.

- Source: wikipedia -

How would you like to catch some hairy trout? Maybe we can fire this back up and start making some cash leading fishing expeditions to catch hairy trout.

Really the whole story is pretty funny and at the same time maybe a little sad that some people back then fell for it. But as most of you know, the more outlandish the claim, the more apt some people are to believe it. If you just think back about some of the past Bigfoot hoaxes and some of the things that was told about the dead Bigfoot that Rick Dyer had ....some of it was off the charts unbelievable but yet some believed it.

The fur bearing trout hoax, has to be one of the all time best and funnest hoaxes ever. It makes me wonder about some of the things people may believe today, will it be proven a hoax 10 years down the road? Of course, we know more about things nowadays than we did back in the furry trout days. So I assume we will know even more about things in the days ahead.   

Again, just shake your head and move on. 

Thanks
~Tom~


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Giant being exhumed
The Cardiff Giant was one of the most famous hoaxes in United States history. It was a 10-foot (3.0 m) tall purported "petrified man" uncovered on October 16, 1869, by workers digging a well behind the barn of William C. "Stub" Newell in Cardiff, New York. Both it and an unauthorized copy made by P.T. Barnum are still on display.


The giant was the creation of a New York tobacconist named George Hull. Hull, an atheist, decided to create the giant after an argument at a Methodist revival meeting about Genesis 6:4 stating that there were giants who once lived on Earth.
The idea of a petrified man did not originate with Hull, however. In 1858 the newspaper Alta California had published a bogus letter claiming that a prospector had been petrified when he had drunk a liquid within a geode. Some other newspapers also had published stories of supposedly petrified people.
Hull hired men to carve out a 10-foot-4.5-inch-long (3.2 m) block of gypsum in Fort Dodge, Iowa, telling them it was intended for a monument to Abraham Lincoln in New York. He shipped the block to Chicago, where he hired Edward Burghardt, a German stonecutter, to carve it into the likeness of a man and swore him to secrecy.

Various stains and acids were used to make the giant appear to be old and weathered, and the giant's surface was beaten with steel knitting needles embedded in a board to simulate pores. In November 1868, Hull transported the giant by rail to the farm of William Newell, his cousin. By then, he had spent US$2,600 on the hoax (nearly $45,000 in 2013 dollars, adjusted for inflation).
Nearly a year later, Newell hired Gideon Emmons and Henry Nichols, ostensibly to dig a well, and on October 16, 1869 they found the giant. One of the men reportedly exclaimed, "I declare, some old Indian has been buried here!" 
 
Newell set up a tent over the giant and charged 25 cents for people who wanted to see it. Two days later he increased the price to 50 cents. People came by the wagon load.
Archaeological scholars pronounced the giant a fake, and some geologists even noticed that there was no good reason to try to dig a well in the exact spot the giant had been found. Yale palaeontologist Othniel C. Marsh called it "a most decided humbug". Some theologians and preachers, however, defended its authenticity.

Eventually, Hull sold his part-interest for $23,000 (equivalent to $430,000 in 2016) to a syndicate of five men headed by David Hannum. They moved it to Syracuse, New York, for exhibition. The giant drew such crowds that showman P. T. Barnum offered $50,000 for the giant. When the syndicate turned him down, he hired a man to model the giant's shape covertly in wax and create a plaster replica. He put his giant on display in New York, claiming that his was the real giant, and the Cardiff Giant was a fake.

As the newspapers reported Barnum's version of the story, David Hannum was quoted as saying, "There's a sucker born every minute" in reference to spectators paying to see Barnum's giant. Over time, the quotation has been misattributed to Barnum himself.
Hannum sued Barnum for calling his giant a fake, but the judge told him to get his giant to swear on his own genuineness in court if he wanted a favorable injunction.

On December 10, Hull confessed to the press. On February 2, 1870 both giants were revealed as fakes in court. The judge ruled that Barnum could not be sued for calling a fake giant a fake.

The Cardiff Giant appeared in the 1901 Pan-American Exposition, but did not attract much attention.
Iowa publisher Gardner Cowles, Jr. bought it later to adorn his basement rumpus room as a coffee table and conversation piece. In 1947 he sold it to the Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown, New York, where it is still on display.

  - Source: wikipedia -

There is a few things that stand out to me about this hoax. One is that it was created by an atheist after a debate about giants in the bible. I guess his thought or plan was to suck everyone in, especially religious people, and then reveal it was a hoax. The other thing is that he carved a large penis on the figure. I find that amusing, sorry.

To be honest, I had never heard of the Cardiff Giant until I ran across it today. It just goes to show you that hoaxers have been around for a long time and they, for the most part, haven't gotten any better at hoaxing. There will always be people who hoax and fake evidence, it just goes with the territory. And in today's world of social media, it is much easier for something to spread all over the world very quickly .

But, like many hoaxes, even after being revealed as a hoax, they continue to be spread and viewed. They continue to fool the uninformed and the gullible. We see this very often in the Bigfoot community. Photoshopped images of Bigfoot keep popping up from years gone by. They get shared on social media and fool a whole new batch of uninformed people. It causes arguments and debates and in the end it hurts and hinders authentic research efforts.

Sometimes you just have to laugh and move on, or it will drive you crazy. 


Thanks
~Tom~


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Bigfoot spies
Bigfoot Spies


This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.


Operation Bigfoot - Spies among the Ranks


I recently watched the documentary Mirage Men, in a nut shell it was an inside look at how the military and other agencies covered up some of the UFO reports. How they would use some disinformation to hide not only real UFO reports but also to conceal secret military projects.

This got me to thinking back to something I had thought about many times. In the film they used gullible people or ones who made outrageous claims to plant disinformation. In some instances they even exchanged secret information and had special relationships with certain people in the UFO community. So, I have been thinking for some time now, that this is going on in the bigfoot community and has been for a long time now.

The majority of people/researchers in the bigfoot community think that the government do know about Sasquatch and attempt to cover it up for various reasons. How easy would it be to have "agents", for lack of a better term, deeply embedded within the bigfoot community. Once they were accepted in the bigfoot community they would gather information and spread false information about Sasquatch. Could some of the most outlandish stories and hoaxes just be something to discredit the truth that Sasquatch is real? To blur the lines?

I know you have all read the crazy headlines like: "Bigfoot ate my pizza", "I had bigfoots baby", or the numerous "I shot a bigfoot" claims.  Could some of it just be well organized and planned events and stories?  Then when no body is produced and no evidence is provided it becomes one of them "I told you so " moments, leaving the impression that it's all a big hoax and there is no such thing as a bigfoot.

We all know that some people become totally delusional about Sasquatch, they see 17 bigfoot in a photo of nothing but trees. Some even blur the photos on purpose because it helps you "see the bigfoots". How hard would it be for someone to take one of these people, who is totally obsessed with bigfoot and push their wild unbelievable stories?  The field of bigfoot research is really looked at and laughed at because of the pushing of such unbelievable reports and stories. The general public thinks that bigfoot research is full of nothing but a bunch of nuts. Could this be the perception that some government agencies want? You know, to keep the field and subject of bigfoot comparable to fairy tales, mythology and folklore? That is what has happened to Ufology for many years now and was somewhat exposed in greater detail in the film Mirage Men. One man was actually drove insane by all of this and ended up in a insane asylum.

This could explain some of the crazy behavior, people and stories that come from the bigfoot community. Of course this is all speculation at this point but it could explain why debunked videos, photos and stories keep resurfacing like a floater that just won't go down. Why all evidence is never good enough, always questioned to the point that some researchers leave the bigfoot community and share almost nothing publicly.

Now, I'll use myself as an example, I know for a 100 percent fact bigfoot is real. I have encountered them, found evidence and taken witness reports from people I know would not make things up. I do share some things with the public but I'm not out to prove bigfoot to the world. I just know they are real and want to learn more about them. It's more of a personal knowledge type of thing for me but I do share for the people who have a genuine real interest in the subject. Some have criticized me for making documentary films and charging to view them. I'm not rich, it cost me a lot of money to do bigfoot research, I have no financial backer, so I have to off set it to continue.

That brings me to the next point, some "researchers" seem to be well funded and publicized. They never seems to produce much but always get a lot of attention. Could this funding and pushing of their tales be coming from some agency to help the disinformation keep coming? Could this be the same people that keep resurfacing every little bit? It just seems odd to me.

If you think about the UFO cover up and disinformation, if you think that something mysterious is worth studying then I guess it's worth covering up, at least to some people. Would it be any different for Sasquatch? A hidden, lost relic, highly intelligent human type species that has remained undiscovered or accepted by science for hundreds of years. What if, there is something more to Sasquatch and a deeper reason for keeping them undiscovered. How far would you go to keep them hid? How far would the government go? Does it extend to other governments?

So I guess the final question is ...

Do you think there is spies among the bigfoot community ?

My answer is a definite yes.

I know there is a lot more questions in this post than answers but to me it sure don't seem too far fetched to think that there is a lot of disinformation being spread about Sasquatch.

It don't bother me at all that bigfoot is not accepted by the mass public, those who really want to know the truth can find it. They can do research themselves or just continue to believe everything they see on the news.

Just like the old UFO cliché - The Truth Is Out There!


Thanks
~Tom~


  



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Another fake bigfoot
Bigfoot?
Well, while waiting for my Windows 8 upgrade to download today, I was surfing the web and ran across the above photo. I could tell the photo is a fake and the bigfoot in the photo is just a reversed cropped image of Patty from the Roger Patterson footage. I continued on to the article to see if someone was trying to pass this off as real and sure enough it seems that way.

Here is the "report" the came with the photo:
"This Wednesday I was behind my house in Jefferson Hills near Jefferson Hospital going hunting like I usually do on Wednesdays, and as I was walking to my treestand, i heard a bunch of large branches and sticks cracking and making noise. I proceeded to look around from where the loud noises were comming from and I started to hear some loud ape like noise comming from around 40 yards away. The closer I got I got a good look at the large animal which looked like Bigfoot, or Hominid-like creature. I quickly rushed to get a picture with my phone. I believe that the animal was bigfoot. At first i was in disbelief of what I saw because i truely dont believe in a big foot but i looked closer at the photos and am positive that it is no creature that i have seen like it, not even a bear.

Contact: dev.cole@gmail.com

4125848106"

- end "report"

If you wish to view the actual web page you can do so by Clicking Here


It is just beyond me why this photo and story is even attempted to be passed off as real or maybe it's a satire site and I just didn't see the declaimer.

I wonder, do people do this just to try and get on TV? or is it just for kicks and giggles?

Well, whatever the reason I just wanted to bring it to peoples attention that a new fake report is being made.
It seems like when an obvious fake is presented there is always a few who want to fight and argue that it is real. We waste a lot of time debating fake videos and photos, which takes away from possible real videos and photos.

It's a vicious cycle sometimes.

Thanks
~Tom~

        




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The Mind Of The Bigfoot Hoaxer

What Is Histrionic Personality Disorder?

By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher

             With all the bigfoot hoaxing going on lately, it’s hard not to wonder what’s lurking inside the minds of these guys. What makes them tick? Is there any real gratification in their regular deceptions, or are they caught in an emotional cycle they can’t escape? Are they dancing on the edge of the criminal element, or are they just hapless victims of their own minds?

            We’ve all known a “drama queen” at some time or another. And as I don’t seek to make excuses for acts that many in this community believe to be criminal, but there’s a clinical term for this behavior.

            Histrionic personality disorder: defined by Psychcentral.com as being “characterized by a long-standing pattern of attention seeking behavior and extreme emotionality,” better known as “drama queens” or kings, since the disorder affects just as many men as women.

            Those with HPD feel a burning need to be the center of attention, and they often become very uncomfortable when they are not everyone’s central focus. This sometimes drives them to regular extreme behavior to ensure the attention they crave is never lost.

            In interpersonal relationships, they often assume the role of either victim or angel, depending on what they believe will keep the focus on them. The are often perceived as shallow and superficial and they seek to control others by manipulating them emotionally. They often pull others into their largely fictional world and keep the drama going in order to keep those people engaged with them.

            People with histrionic personality disorder need constant excitement and stimulation and become easily bored with a normal life routine. They have no tolerance or patience with the idea of “delayed gratification” and their actions are directed at obtaining satisfaction instantly.

            When we’re talking about Bigfoot hoaxers, does any of this sound familiar? *******DF

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Not a bigfoot
KALISPELL- A man wearing a Sasquatch suit died after being struck by two cars Sunday evening on U.S. Highway 93 south of Kalispell.

The Flathead County Coroner has identified the victim as Randy Lee Tenley, 44, of Kalispell.
Montana Highway Patrol Trooper Jim Schneider says friends of the victim said Tenley was wearing a military-style camouflage ghillie suit in hopes of creating a Bigfoot hoax.

Schneider said Tenley was first hit by a 15-year-old Somers girl driving in the right southbound lane who said she couldn't get out of the way. Tenley was then struck by again by another Somers teen's car as his body lay on the road.

"It's still a crash involving vehicles and a pedestrian. So we're still doing the same investigation, but once we started speaking to parties, then someone involved in it, trying to ascertain exactly what brought that gentleman out to Highway 93 ... I would not guess that would motivate anybody to be out on Highway 93," Scheider said.
Schneider said police are waiting to get toxicology reports to see if Tenley had been drinking.
[Source: kaj18 ]

TCC - Things like this are only another reason we need anti-hoaxing laws. We have all these groups trying to protect sasquatch and that is fine but all these hoaxes have got to stop. Balloon boy,runaway bride, and other hoaxed events should be against the law, I'm not talking about playing a small prank, I mean these hoaxes that get the media involved and cost cities large amounts of time and money, all wasted on fake events. It is my opinion that faked/hoaxed events like some of the ones I listed should carry a heavy fine and some jail time. Others of a less grand nature should carry possible money fines.
I can seen events like the one in this news story happening more often and I'm kind of surprised that one of these bigfoot hoaxers hasn't been shot already. I guess it's only a matter of time.
People please think some of this stuff out, it can be dangerous and cost you your life.

Thanks
Tom

Centers for Disease Deterrence website
   
The main focus of the site seems to be the zombie virus LQP-79. They have some very nice videos about it.
Here is their latest public service announcement video

CDD Public Announcement - LQP-79 Virus Origin by CryptoTV

As you can see this is very well done.
I have tried to do a little digging on the internet about the CDD and  LQP-79 but there seems to be very little information on either of them.
Could any of this info be real and true? I kind of doubt it but there has been some talk about LQP-79 and we know about the crazy attacks that have been going on.

In the end the site seems to be a fake and a spoof of the recent zombie craze.
Check it out and decide for yourself.
http://lqpvirus.com/

Thanks
Tom

UPDATE:  I've noticed over the pass couple of weeks this post is getting a lot of views, So I thought I would dig again on this and in particularly Dr. Rebecca Carley. I found this interview she did with Alex Jones.

Dr. Carley also has a website - http://drcarley.com/

Dr. Carley's MD license was suspend in 2003 and the board basically said she was delusional but some think this is a drummed up suspension due to the fact Carley talks and supports the link between vaccines and Autism. The full report about her suspension, and it has some wild elements, can be found by clicking HERE.   Could it all be an attempt to silence Dr. Carley because she attempts to cure diseases?

According to what I read, Dr. Carley does claim the Zombie virus and many others were created by NATO and that they are real. That there is a vaccine that is available and it's all about selling the vaccines.

So was the CDD website taken down by some government agency? That remains to be seen but there does appear to be some truth to the  "Zombie" virus. Has the news media been covering up recent zombie type attacks?

Lots of questions.

UPDATE 2 - The attacks seem to still be happening in 2014
Here is an overview of when it started back in 2012.



Update 3 -  With the recent attack in Florida, could a 2016 zombie outbreak be about to happen?
Here are some of the details of the recent FL case.
Austin Harrouff, 19 stabs and kill a random married couple. During the attack a neighbor was also injured. Once the police got there Harrouff was biting off chunks of the dead man's face. The police used a stun gun and a K-9 unit (dog) in an attempt to take Harrouff down. It was not effective and Harrouff continued to eat at the man's face. Finally four police officers wrestle Harrouff down and arrest him. Is this just the start? Keep watching the news and this website.


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