why so many "its fake" comments?
i have been following the story of this man closely, and i have to say, if its another idiot trying to gain fame, then he put a lot of time and effort
the first picture is very interesting and i can't find any obvious signs of editing on it
the look of that thing makes me think its some kind of skinwalker/wendigo style being
I wouldnt say that this is fake. I would say that it is misidentification. A bunch of random things coming together to make something that our brains
tell us looks like something holding a spear and riding a wild pig.
I do believe in the possibility of fae folk and and I do believe they should be taken more seriously in North America. Could it be? Maybe. Most likely
not. But it could be used to promote the conversation of fae folk in the US. The rest of the world believes in the possibility of them, why dont
Expand the picture, turn it upside down and look at what is now the bottom left-hand corner. There's an ogre, hands up, mouth open. Head and hands
about the size of the demon's head. imgur.com... If it wasn't for cameras we'd miss all this detail around us.
The pig-riding demon could be a thought form generated by the pigs for protection. The guy hunting it may be falling into their trap.
A good-quality fake, but I'm gonna say a fake nonetheless. I'm suspicious of how the rider's feet look and seem to just fade out instead of
terminating in a foot, as well as how seemingly transparent it is. The eyeshine is admittedly a nice touch not seen on a lot of your more obvious
hoaxes (eg. it's why I tend to think the Myakka Skunk Ape photo might be real), but trailcam shots like this are notoriously easy to fake because of
the low resolution and poor image quality.
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