Paranormal researchers have been looking for evidence of Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster and vaccine injuries for decades – and have yet to find difinitive proof of any.
“We are confident that at some point we will be able to prove all three of these claims,” said hunter Matt Christian. “Well two of them anyway.”
Sightings of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness monster are reported almost daily, while anti-vaccine parents and alternative health product sellers claim an extraordinarily high number of children get seriously injured by vaccines everyday. The problem, however, is proving it.
“We have documented video of Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster, it’s just that the government refuses to believe it,” explained Christian. “It’s the same with vaccine injuries: we have tons of anecdotes, it’s just that people tend to believe the whole “science” thing and “peer-reviewed literature” more than anti-vaccine parents or naturopaths.”
The “researchers” vow to continue their search for perhaps the three hardest things on earth to prove.