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originally posted by: game over man
a reply to: DeadSeraph
I edited my post after you responded...My thoughts are the original non-zoomed in footage is what needs to be analyzed. The zoomed in footage could be entirely faked. However since myself and so many others are intrigued by this clip, my edited post asks to, "let's start the investigation." We can figure out what area the Big Foot might be in Lettuce Lake by looking at a map.
originally posted by: Bloodydagger
Has anyone figured out, or read anywhere how big this creature was? How tall it may of been?
It could be as simple as a full grown ape of some kind. Florida is known for having animals not indigenous to the area just dumped out into the wild there once they get grown. Pythons are taking that state over. Not to mention, Tegu Lizards are too. Both are apex predators.
The illegal exotic animal scene in Florida is pretty widespread.
originally posted by: galadofwarthethird
a reply to: MrWendal
You can hear the splashing, its a bit muffled by the other noises especially the guy in the canoe, but its there. In the zoomed part you can literally see it turn and look at the guy when he pulls the paddles into the boat and makes noise, then it slaps the water with what looks to be a stick or it could be a snake, then it gets in and walks away making noticeable and heard splashes. And it could be a snake, whatever its got in its hand is flapping around and not really straight like a stick would be while walking around in the water. I dont think it caught it while it was drinking, it probably had it in its hand the whole time before it got there.
originally posted by: Vasa Croe
originally posted by: TXRabbit
the camera sway (purposely done to induce "authenticity") is a dead giveaway.
^^^ My opinion guys.
Until it's proven to be real, it's fake
He is in a boat in a swamp paddling....camera sway will happen...probably even more so if you are filming something that you have never seen before.
originally posted by: LadyGreenEyes
After reading through all of the replies, I want to add a few thoughts.
7. Swamps are weird places, anyway. During the years we lived in the Tampa area, I saw some weird albino-looking thing, like an over-sized possum, but not a possum, cross the road, and also saw a wolf spider a good ten inches across, and no, SO not kidding or exaggerating on that one! Bad night, that! Sucker chittered at us, too, after I pegged it with a 2x4. So, swamps make for strange stuff, that mainstream science might not accept. I can believe some unknown primate, or some escaped-now-breeding population of known apes down there. Room for both.
I'd like a body, too, but suspect any and all would vanish as had so much evidence of things the establishment doesn't want to discuss has vanished in the past.
I was there watching it for a while. Seemed to notice me and walked toward deeper water. It went underwater and vanished. Paddled up there and it was nowhere to be seen.