Former Family Research Council fellow Tim Dailey doesn’t believe Bigfoot, aliens or ghosts are real — but he does believe that Satan is behind such manifestations, by way of a virtual reality projection, meant to trick humans into allowing demonic activity into their lives.
According to Right Wing Watch, Dailey — who has been a guest in both the George W. Bush and Donald Trump White Houses — told Religious Right radio host Janet Mefferd that “many, many reliable observers” have reported Bigfoot encounters, and yet there is a “virtual absence” of physical evidence.
This can mean only one thing in Dailey’s mind:
> “It’s real. It’s a projection. It’s a demonic virtual reality, but it’s not nuts-and-bolts, in this case, flesh-and-blood creatures,” Dailey said.
> Dailey said that the devil designs Bigfoot sightings to happen when it is too dark to take clear photographs.
> “The vast majority happen in the dead of night and you wonder, ‘Why is this?’ And then if you remember the biblical verse about the powers of darkness that love darkness rather than light,” Dailey told Mefferd.
Mefferd agreed with Dailey’s observation and asked why he thought Satan would take such an approach, to which Dailey responded:
> “It’s part of the devil’s modus operandi. He has always used this kind of phenomena to, once again destabilize, to engender fear, to open us up to the possibilities of other realities and other beings and then we begin getting involved with demonic spirits. So yeah, all through history there have been many, many different varieties of beings that are primarily spiritual beings that have terrorized civilizations and peoples and non-Christian cultures are very aware of this,” Dailey said.