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A Bigfoot Pictue of Daisy?

This is coming from the Bigfoot Buster Blog

The key to all of this is going to be Randy Harrington, Doug Bilby, DW Lee and John Phillips. A complicated transaction occurred starting with a trail cam image that purports to show the Bigfoot in Oklahoma (It may even be the same one Team Quantra claims to have captured). It all begins with Randy Harrington and his defense of Ed Smith.
Randy Harrington claims on his blog:
"Ed Smith is a real person. I have visited with Ed Smith, Had dinner with him. Got an in depth look into their operations down in Oklahoma. I did see some evidence that secured for me the fact that Ed was into something big. The limiting factor for most researchers to not be successful, is funding. Even the big money researchers like BFRO are woefully underfunded. Ed Smith and his group does not have that problem.
Randy Harrington on the Travel Channel last January
Ed was the first to show us how to collect samples and document. First, you video the whole process,..." STOP PLEASE. You are the experienced Bigfoot guy and a newcomer has to show you this.
ENOUGH of this: the whole process of introducing Ed Smith to the MABRC forums and using a plant on a few radio shows has been carefully orchestrated for a team Quantra major event. The key to all of this is Doug Bilby (Bullet Maker). Let me explain.
Doug Bilby was going to lease private land he owned to MABRC for the set up of the O-6 operation. All was set to go when Bilby wanted to meet the elusive "Ed Smith" himself. Considering the potential to mess up his property was real, Bilby wanted personal assurances. I hear Harrington went berserk. The deal fell through when MABRC refused, or could not, produce "Ed Smith." Strange indeed.
There are many ex-MABRCmembers as a result of this episode. Just ask them, they are legion. A Sikhism was the result of the above event and all who questioned why the deal fell through were expelled from MABRC.
Is there a reason the only two people in Bigfoot that have seen "Ed Smith" are DW Lee and Randy Harrington? Just asking.
What got MABRC excited about that part of Oklahoma was a trail cam image taken by Bilby and John Phillips. The photo was taken with a film based game camerawith a visable flash. I believe they were using film because of the belief of many in Bigfoot that the thermal output warns Bigfoot of the presence of the device. That  is an urban myth. I hold strong with the Olympic Project that  All motion detectors used in game cameras are passive devices that observe and respond to changes in the thermal scene.  The only time a game camera emits anything is when the flash goes off to take the picture. In the case of Reconyx devices, there is no flash.
Anyway, Phillips - Bilby got this fantastic image that has been analyzed to death. The EXTRA LARGE version of it is on Stan Courtney's blog at this link

The Bigfoot can be seen almost dead center. It seems to be a mother carrying a baby over her shoulder. Could it be Daisy? You can read what experts in photo analysis say about this image.
 John Phillips confided with Bilby and later left the MABRC when he noticed lack research procedures on their part. The deal fell through and MABRC could not just let this go. After all, they would have no land to work on and nobody knows where the land they claim to have gone to is located. Poor Phillips. It seems in the Bigfoot world people will always come after you on a personal level.
I was told DW Lee started a blog called "Sasquatch Abyss" for the only reason of blasting Phillips. He called Phillips "an old man in a wheel-chair." He called his daughter a "dike." On and on it went and the only entries are about John Phillips. All Phillips wanted to do was get a good trail cam image but he gets slandered.
The point of this is not hard to follow. If Team Quantra had gotton their land and were on the way to success, why the need to look back and hold grudges? Its obvious to me, with some deduction, the project never went off. There is no Tema Quantra. However, there may be a Daisy. Look at the photo.
I know about this personally. I know of at least three blogs that do nothing but slander me. The only posting are about me. Don't flatter yourselves folks. I am just a cab driver digging into these things, unlike the guy from Maryland that cuts and paste his way to blogger fame while slamming me and we have never spoken. That's rich.
I have just started digging into this but I work ten hours a day, seventy hours a week. I just don't have much time. I am trying to come to an understanding of all of this by doing work that should be done by others. Its all out there, it just has to be put together.
Team Quantra is not real. Daisy may be, however. Look at that photo.


  1. Ya know tim, your post mey be all correct, but you know all about the baseless slandering of people dont ya.that would make you the greatest hypocrite of them all.every thing you touch stinks with the smell of to be you, dont it.


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