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CALGARY -- The Canadian sasquatch story -- complete with video of a massive, hairy beast -- will air tomorrow night on A Current Affair, the granddaddy of American tabloid television, the Fox network said.
However, since the program broadcasts only in the United States, Canadians without special cable service or satellite who are interested in catching a glimpse of the video that grabbed headlines around the world will have to be content with watching a snippet of Northern Manitoba's supposed sasquatch on the Internet (www.acurrentaffair.com... ).
The network said yesterday that its bigfoot segment will be posted on its website for international viewers on Thursday.
"[It is] a dark, upright, primate figure, with arms and legs somewhat like a human, standing on a riverbank," he writes.
"[It is] either a human or a sasquatch, but among those two candidates it is not clearly one or the other, due to the blurriness of the footage."
Originally posted by scar
It's very blurry
Originally posted by Dr Love
Ask yourself why the Discovery Channel website would even post this picture:
A Current Affair would not buy a video containing garbage like this, so what's it's purpose? This picture and the accompanying video are meant to plant a seed in everybody's mind that whatever we end up seeing in this Manitoba video is fake. Once again, it's psychology 101. The masses are being pre-conditioned before they ever even get to see the Manitoba video.
Besides the fact that the Discovery Channel Bigfoot obviously looks like a guy in an ape suit and is shorter than the Patterson bigfoot, notice in the Discovery Channel video how the creature's movements are strikingly similar to the creature in the old Patterson video. This is a set-up by those who want the public to continue to believe that Bigfoot doesn't exist. I seriously question the Discovery Channel and wonder who's really pulling the strings over there.
Because of this one picture and the accompanying video, I believe that 'they' know that the creature in the Manitoba video is real.
[edit on 3-5-2005 by Dr Love]