Wow, that's a lot of 'fake" claims with little to no reason. Biased, people? Come on! Some folks need to admit that they will automatically call
"fake" to any and all Bigfoot videos, no matter what, and stop wasting thread space posting the same brief little denials.
In the entire batch of "fake" claimers, only three reasons were given:
One, the person taking the video is claimed to be a fraud. If that is the case, post some links and information, instead of just expecting us to take
your word for it. Why, exactly, is he considered a fraud? Be specific, and be fair.
Two, the tent flap was open. Well, duh? The camera was inside the tent, which IS concealed, somewhat, from those outside the tent, especially at
night. Plus, I have seen a tent sit open all day long, with people gone, and bugs all over. I wouldn't do it, but some do. Assuming that means the
video is fake is a lame reason.
Three, the time delay claim. He says ten seconds, but the speed it's moving is fast enough that a couple would place it where we see it come in, so I
assume that's just a mistake in stating the actual delay.
Now, with all of that set aside, how about what we actually see? The head shape is good, with the somewhat conical top so familiar from the PG film.
The arms seem a bit long for 'a person in a suit. The size isn't as big as some reports, but they aren't all big. With all we see, some professional
analysis seems like a good idea. Someone to check the measurements and proportions, the gait, etc, and also video specialists to determine if this is
on site footage, or CGI/green screen sort of stuff. Watching it, it's intriguing enough to warrant that much.
But, hey, yell "fake", and assume it's all hoaxes. The Indians were all hoaxing, too, in their reports and stories of these creatures, too, right?