Originally posted by pavil
...Or a viral media campaign like blair witch. Cmon it has all the tell tale signs a somehing like that. Slickly shot, with copyrighted material, ect, just screams not real to me.
Originally posted by Branchly
Dogs and bears are related, so maybe this could be some genetic mutation that has triggered some sort of evolutionary cross breed thing?
Doesnt make alot of sense reading this, but its a possibility.
Well, everyone can stop agonizing over what that creature is. Just this afternoon, Steve Cook asked me to post a general message declaring that he has found the film's fatal flaw. He had a highly enhanced version to look at, and in his continuing efforts to fully scrutinize every frame of this film, finally found one short sequence that gives the whole thing up as a hoax. He sent it to me and I agree completely.
Whether the film is a fake or not, I don't know. But I looked at the stills and I don't see anything recognizable as a human leg.
This still doesn't explain the almost superhuman movement of the creature in the frames that follow, and the appearance of a very dog-like rear leg. The Mindstage video team now believes these feats are nothing more than a trick of light and the camera angle, mixed with a bit of photographer's luck.
Originally posted by ZikhaN
Where? I can't see pointy ears or a tail?T_T
I can't even see the ears. Has anyone noticed how when the camera turns towards the creature, it's actually a whole new scene. It's one part first, then it gets cut, and a new scene starts. I think it's set up.