Lately I've seen too much of this type mentality on Facebook,
social pressure by members of one's peer group to take a certain action, adopt certain values, or otherwise conform in order to be accepted.
It mainly falls in with the Forest People mainstream, and those who thrive on Blobsquatches. I un-friended a person this last weekend, because he told folks who didn't see the "Dog-like Bigfoot" in his picture that they didn't deserve to be in the woods if they couldn't see it.
Folks, don't fall prey to this, don't be afraid to voice your opinion, if it sets you apart from the group "peer pressure" mentality, then you have taken the first step in becoming a better researcher. Always think for yourself, always voice your opinion, even if it pisses off the person with the photos. And always, as Ray Crowe always put in the Track Record Newsletter, Always keep your skepticals on.