Justin Smeja Gives His Thoughts on Bigfoot

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 29th, 2013

Justin Smeja, of Sierra Kills infamy, posted the following on Facebook earlier:

I believe Bigfoots are some sort of people a wild man or archaic human if you will. They are not just some other animal to be hunted like deer, its immoral they are intelligent.

For the greater good of the species wether it be in life or death or even extinction, I will pursue killing one, I do not love the species or the individuals. I do feel its wrong to persue taIking a sasquatches life but who among us does everything right? You worry about the person you see in the mirror I’ll take care of me.

I will try to kill another to prove their existence.

The truth is most in the bigfoot community are liars, especially when it comes to the subject. They preach this no kill gospel and pretend to be disgusted by the thought of killing one publicly but behind closed doors I’m often (very often) approached by these same individuals many of whom are highly respected pillars in the community with a new strategy or location or idea of how to kill one. They often even offer to help fund an expedition to bring back a dead one. Derek was never like that. He always hated the idea of killing one. I respect him for that, hes a better man then me.

Im not here to play politics work or be politically correct or save face, I’m not looking for a place in the bf community. When I research I often have a rifle if I see one I will most likely shoot it. I often research with no rifle at all. Make what you will out of that. My only goal is proof to validate my story.

This is a stupid arguement to kill or not to kill, if your that worked up about it you have too much time on your hands. Its like arguing its wrong for someone to spend all their money on drugs if they win the lottery (in my case twice). DNA is no longer good enough. Specially in this field. For the sake of time lets just assume that I know more about DNA results findings and protocols then 98 percent of you. Ive worked first hand with countless labs and doctors on this subject over the last 3 years. If a bodies drug in by a researcher tomorrow the blood of that individual is partly on melbas hands, because of her we need a body. We need a body not a sequence.

The truth is I waver back and forth some days Im 100% no kill. I’ve lost more sleep on the subject because of my actions then any of you. I’ve made peace with my actions besides the occasional nightmare.

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

18 Responses to “Justin Smeja Gives His Thoughts on Bigfoot”

  1. semillama responds:

    What worries me greatly about this guy, if he’s serious, is that he’s going to end up shooting someone just out for a walk in the woods wearing a brown coat.

  2. cryptokellie responds:

    I agree with Smeja, many in the Bigfoot community are liars…he being one of biggest. He is another subject for an English as a Second Language course or at least a proof reader/ghost writer. Bottom line, cut the bull and for next time…cut off the hand, bring it along and then you’ll be believed and not before, if ever.

  3. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    Who cares what his thoughts are? Seriously, who cares?

  4. hairybeast responds:

    my god,

    the patty film was shot right in the middle of a failed trap, a juvenile shot dead and layed on a rock in plain sight, patty glances at it, not the camera man, trying twice to get her dead child, one of the film crew was riding around on a horse, looking around, very scared, the horse spooked, the camera man paning around the canyon trying to zero in on something. too bad no sound on it- might have heard some chilling howling, patty does not fall for the moved log, blood pit trap, and comes in from behind, and is shot in the leg, her foot twisting mid stride, a ricochet off a tree as she moves into the forrest. then in a matter of hours, all of the fim crew go to a bar and sell the film for 10 dollars.

    chased out by huge male bigfoots?
    I doubt hunting one will yield results if that’s what they are like.

    look at the sighting map. I doubt man will win a ground war on these gigantic monsters. enticing them slowly and getting them used to gentle behavior and treats and camera shots will bring more productive results. shooting them or at them will only make them more reclusive and violent when dealing with mankind. I vote NO, on killing intelligent creatures that can figure out guns and leave pebbles on top of a stick to show that they know bullets come from guns , and this message of ”hey-this is our big problem with you, the sticks that shoot rocks at us.” obviously show a greater intelligence and effort to communicate with mankind via forest technology, all they got to send a message with, and under every humanitarian law, they deserve protection from being murdered. the mere fact that someone is agitated enough to go shoot one, proves that they exist, at least enough for protection from murder.

  5. eyeofstrm responds:

    Is this the same guy who claims he had a loaded rifle in his vehicle (which is against the law) and shot at an animal from that vehicle (which is against the law) then tracked down the animal only to find out it wasn’t a bear and left it out of fear of getting in trouble for shooting it because he thought the authorities might have heard his shot and would come investigating ? Really !!! Why does this lying sos get any recognition for this load of bs?

    As for hairy beast, I have a question for you.

  6. PhotoExpert responds:

    The title of this thread is: “Justin Smeja Gives His Thoughts on Bigfoot”

    I am shocked. I did not know Justin Smeja had any coherent thoughts. LOL

    Seriously though, Smeja can’t even make up his own mind he is so deluded and confused. He states in the same breath that one should be shot and then states they should not be shot. Which is it Justin?

    Are his 15 minutes of fame up? Yep, they were long ago. Then he talks about the Bigfoot community being a bunch of liars. That’s like a mental patient in a psychiatric facility calling all the other patients and doctors, crazy. The pot calls the kettle black.

    He states he knows more about DNA than 98% of us. Hmmm, judging by his words spelled incorrectly, not knowing when to capitalize a word and lack of punctuation, well, I doubt he knows more than most 8th graders. Outrageous statements require outrageous proof. Whenever this guy speaks, he contradicts himself.

    Psst, Justin, if you made peace with your actions, then you would not be having nightmares. And since we all know you never shot any Bigfoots, you should not be having any nightmares. Unless, unless you have some kind of psychological issues that prevent you from sleeping soundly. Oops, you might have told on yourself there with your last statement.

    Anyway Justin…what is your last name? See, your 15 minutes are up and most of us have forgotten your name just as we have forgotten your made up story.

    Remember, psychological help is only a hospital away!

  7. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:


  8. Peter Von Berg responds:

    If one has no moral values whatsoever, then these comments make sense.

  9. cryptokellie responds:

    Methinks Hairybeast hath been partaking of the spirits…the liquid variety or capsulated?

  10. mandors responds:

    This from the subhuman who first thought what he saw was a guy in a suit, but still was considering shooting him anyway. Then, when he realized it was a bigfoot, he shot it, then shot the baby in cold blood. He topped all this off by cutting a “steak” out of the mother.

    He needs to go back to whatever oxycontin hole he crawled out of.

  11. William responds:

    It is always seems to me such a shame that this otherwise fascinating subject brings out the specimens from the looney bin, such as Dyer and this clown, Smeja. Both are profound lyers and/or hoaxers who are about as relevant to anything related to this subject as pond scum.

    In fact, I would value pond scum much more then anything that comes out of either one of this pair’s mouth. This incoherent statement presented, just confirms his well deserved reservation in the nut house. He shot an illegal bear and its cubs. Get over yourself loser..anyone should feel guilty of something so morally wrong, illegal, and flat out stupid. No need to lie about it and spin yarns that it was actually a bigfoot.. A scumbag like you would have done anything to get evidence from that to prove it happened, if it in actuality it did. So stop with the B.S. Your credibility has already been reduced to below zero, nada, zilch!

  12. Becho responds:

    “My goal is proof to validate my story” In other words it is all about him, period. He is willing to commit murder to accomplish that. Psychology tells us that one in twenty two people have sociopathic tendencies. I would have to say that Smeja is an example of a narcissistic, sociopath. He wants Bigfoot to be proven to be true to the general public for his own selfish reasons and to hell with the life of a sentient, feral human being.

  13. PhotoExpert responds:

    Becho–I believe you hit the nail directly on the head. I’m not a psychologist but I believe your observations are spot on! Well said, my friend!

  14. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    Feral human being? Elaborate, please. This should be good.

  15. airforce47 responds:


    If there was even any one subject that shouldn’t be discussed on this forum this was it. What a waste of time. My best,

  16. Becho responds:

    If you’ve ever been close enough to interact with them then you would know what I mean. They aren’t homo sapiens, but they are very closely related. We are the domesticated dogs and they are the wolves. That is the closest I can come to explaining it. They have language and culture. They are highly intelligent and generally very gentle. They are smarter than us out there. Just like a wolf is smarter than a domesticated dog in the wild. They know much more than most give them credit for. The more I learn, the more I appreciate their resilience and intelligence. I have been close enough to hear their language on a few occasions. They have a very advanced ability for communication. I’ve heard them imitate birds that are out of season. I’ve heard them use clicks and knocks and all kinds of various methods of vocalizations. They’re communication skills are very sophisticated. They also can read us and our motives better than you could imagine. They are feral humans. But that doesn’t mean they are inferior to us. In fact, I have a great amount of respect for them, their culture and language.

  17. cryptokellie responds:

    Out there they are smarter than us. Well, I take blood thinners and while out in the woods, if I receive a serious cut or gash…will I be able use the trauma emergency room at the FHH – Feral Human Hospital? Sorry, I couldn’t resist.

    BTW: wolves are no “smarter” than domesticated dogs simply because, wolves are a specie of dog – Canis lupus and can be interbred with a “domestic” dog. In fact, all dogs breeds stem from the wolf line. Their “intelligence” is on par with other high performing dogs breeds.

    Feral is a subjective adjective and it’s true meaning is that of an animal or organism that while once domestic in origin and has become wild in nature due to circumstance. Are you suggesting the Bigfoot are human beings that have for some reason reverted to crypto-lifestyles. It’s an interesting thought at that.

    It would require complete isolation for an extended period because the human reproduction rate is slow compared to dogs and cats which can become completely feral and conversely become re-domesticated in short times.The slow human birth and long maturation rates argue against a true feral population. If Bigfoot actually exist it is very unlikely that they are true feral humans. More likely they are an off-shoot of humanity at some distant time in paleo-humanity when all humans were more or less “wild”

  18. NMRNG responds:

    People, you are really coming down too harshly on Mr. Smeja. I find him at least 10 times more credible than Rick Dyer.

    10 x 0 = ………………… hoaxer

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