posted on Apr, 24 2007 @ 01:39 AM
Great Stuff! Well, I say that with a healthy dose of scepticism. This is one of the better videos we've seen lately. Yes, it's still pretty much a
Blobsquash, but at least you don't have to squint your eyes and tilt your head to the right to spot it, like some other videos.
The issues I have:
1. Is this the actual quality of the video or is there something better with the owner, i.e. is this a cellphone video, or other?
2. The fact that the video was supplied "anonymous" is a problem, because any such material gets more credibility if we have background on the
cameraman. What does the cameraman have to hide? Or is he scared of being ridiculed? Most people know that there's money to be made in any good
Bigfoot video, yet this person is not interested in money. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?
3. Why does the cameraman (men) stop filming? They take a couple of seconds of video, then turn around to go? This is the most suspicious behaviour,
as most people would hang around and get as much video time as they can. And sure, he (they) may be scared, but people are less inclined to be scared
when they're in a group. And they can't be that scared if they're running towards it to get a better shot?
4. Who/what is BEAST (Bigfoot Educational Academy of the Southern Territories)? I've never heard of them, nor am I able to find a site that even
5. Is Bigfoot sitting next to a campfire making s'mores? Bigfoot is really behaving strangely. Comfortably sitting, playing with a pebble, looking
around - at 0:09 looking directly at the camera man - but he/she doesn't notice the men, even though they're talking loudly (why don't they
whisper?)... Bigfoot's animal instincts really aren’t what it used to be.
I'll wait for further developments before I make my final judgement, but right now, I'm leaning towards fake.
Quick on the pick-up, Bartleby!
[edit on 24-4-2007 by Gemwolf]