a reply to: solids0be
The foot/ankle is frozen in a standing position. Usually when someone falls, the foot straightens out some. Furthermore, if rigor mortis had not set
in yet while they were hacking the foot off, the foot would have gotten straightened out in the process as they held it down to saw.
The shape is not realistic. The toenails are not at a believable angle. Something this large and barefooted would use its toes to grasp the ground
This foot does not have a believable shape for something of this supposed size, bearing a substantial amount of weight. The heel and sole look rounded
off and not as flat and stable as a weight bearing foot. It is rounded off like that of an infant who has not yet begun to walk. Weight and gravity
would make that heel flatter against the ground.
The foot seems small in proportion to the hand.
This guy goes out of his way to convince us that this foot is heavy. Yet it appears to be very light. He holds it with the tips of his fingers, which
make it hard to believe it is 25+ lbs. I have an old metal cart like his. A few pounds of ground beef make that much noise on a metal table if I were
to pound in down like he did.
If this were truly the only known Bigfoot specimen, would he actually be pounding it on a table, hacking a hunk of meat off to eat later, and messing
with it at all?
I had to stop watching when I saw the "note from Dad." This note has obviously been burned around the edges to make it look old. Come on. I have paper
much older than 1972, that, other than being a bit yellowed if anything, has not taken on the look of ancient parchment, let alone have burned edges.
While I can't judge what frozen Sasquatch flesh, bones and veins should look like, it seems strange to me that the vein is standing erect and open
like a straw. Would this not collapse once the blood ran out?
This guy is very angry and defensive, not to mention, a total a-hole. Seems like if he truly had Cornell, DuPont and The Smithsonian working with him,
he would not need to prove himself to a few YouTube trolls.
I'm not buying it.