Archive for April, 2010

KAUAI PHEROMONES

Posted in ISLAND OF KAUAI with tags on April 8, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

With the variety of sizes, Kim Chee pheromone traps can be set out for extended periods of time ensuring maximum exposure to entice Bigfoot.

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KAUAI PHEROMONES

Posted in ISLAND OF KAUAI with tags on April 8, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

A Korean delicacy, Kim Chee (spicy pickled cabbage) is the front runner for Bigfoot pheromone testing on Kauai. TBSRCH-Kauai feels strongly Kim Chee will draw Bigfoot into the open for a photo opportunity.

OAHU PHEROMONES

Posted in ISLAND OF OAHU with tags on April 8, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

When natto is whipped into a frothy mixture, it is hoped a Bigfoot creature may be able to smell it from a distance of, at least, 2 miles and follow its way to the source.

NATTO

OAHU PHEROMONES

Posted in ISLAND OF OAHU with tags on April 8, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii, Oahu ops, believe natto (fermented soy beans) is key in drawing Bigfoot out of hiding. Some describe the smell of natto as puke inducing while others call it divine. TBSRCH keeps a good supply of natto on hand for pheromone use and for snack time.

MAUI PHEROMONES

Posted in ISLAND OF MAUI with tags on April 8, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

 The Bigfoot Sighting and Reporting Center of Hawaii, Maui office, has chosen takuan (a pungent Japanese pickled radish) as an attraction agent to lure Bigfoot into the open. Currently, it has proven to be a great aphrodisiac for flies.

SEEN ‘EM BEFORE

Posted in ISLAND OF MAUI with tags on April 6, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

Maui pighunter Dale C., says for a couple of years now he has seen “the furry creature” while on hunt for pigs. Sent TBSRCH this photo, but would not disclose the location. On ocassion, he and his fellow hunters have left food tied up in trees for the Bigfoot-looking bi-ped. “We, hunters, have no reason to bother them, we should all respect them and leave them to nature”.

NIKKO, JAPAN

Posted in ISLAND OF OAHU with tags on April 4, 2010 by bigfoot hawaii

Picnic area near where Michiko K., claims she saw Bigfoot?