posted on Jun, 7 2005 @ 12:52 AM
These pictures are by far the most realistic photographs of bigfoot I've ever seen. Hands down.
The Myakka "Skunk Ape" Photographs
By Loren Coleman
Two remarkable new photographs of what may be a Florida Skunk Ape have been discovered through an interesting chain of events by Sarasota resident and
animal welfare specialist David Barkasy. Bigfoot! The True Story of Apes in America overviews how these photographs were taken, how this find
surfaced, the first reactions and analyses, and some tentative conclusions. For the time being, certain supportive notes will remain, here, available
Here is the December 22, 2000, letter signed "God Bless. I prefer to remain anonymous" mailed to the Sarasota Sheriff's Department.
Newspapers in Florida, the Art Bell show, and other radio programs during mid-February, decided to talk about the Myakka photographs. The hope is that
the woman photographer will be identified.
In the meantime, meaningful analyses of the eyeshine, the pupil diameter, the dentition, the tongue, hair color, and exhibited behavior of this
apparent primate is taking place.
These Coleman enlargements and details were created from the first generation color prints scanned by David Barkasy of the Sarasota County Sheriff's
Department's originals. These prints show forehead lines, yellow canines, fingernails, hair, and other significant details. Copyright 2001 by David
Barkasy and Loren Coleman
[edit on 7-6-2005 by John bull 1]