Some things I would like to point out:
The figure in front is very dark. The movement is awkward by human standards. Consider how black bears can look like black
undefined shapes in the distance, especially against snow.
One poster pointed out how they're walking in tempo. Military? Amateur group? People studying the bison? So many possibilities.
Thinking of Sasquatch, they're said to be nimble, perfect stalkers, pacers. Able to sneak and get away without much sound (in
certain cases they sound like boulders crashing through the brush, I'm assuming different tactics, attitudes affect each
encounter). Fast too.
I guess they've perfected hunting in groups and sneaking around animals..
The youtube analysis assumes a lot, especially comparing the height of the group in single file with the lone individual.
A lot of distance was covered between the first time we saw them and when they appeared on the right edge of the video. Walking in
snow can be difficult, if they're truly large and heavy, sinking would be a problem. Could a human cover that much ground in that
amount of time?
I'm a Sasquatch believer, so my views on these two videos biased, I won't deny it. If they're not Sasquatch, the camera captured
humans. Perspective is the key.
The internet is loaded with stories about them being around deer that show no reaction to them. And there are many stories of
animals that are terrified of them, as well as dead deer left in groups.
Can't say for sure, but it seems like these are bigfoot. I do like how the camera moves to the geyser as soon as the scene starts
to get interesting.
Not sure if this truly affects this particular channel's credibility, but the donation pitch at the end was a little tacky imo.
Then again, people have to get by. And many feel if you like something, toss a little to them...
In closing, Sasquatch are in tune with nature, they observe, study to learn and to get a sense of the environment. Maybe this was a
family playing, training younger members. Could've been a group of males hunting. And it's awfully interesting that the camera
panned to the geyser at the height of the action. Fits into the coverup theme.
And...is there a way to verify when this feed was recorded? Anyone else witness it?
ETA: The first one that walks out from behind the trees seems like it's quickening up its pace. Jogging just a bit to get further ahead....
edit on 3-2-2015 by Yeahkeepwatchingme because: (no reason given)