posted on Feb, 17 2004 @ 03:41 PM
I saw that show as well. I suspect it was a set up.
1st...The guide weighed at least 300 hundred lbs. Now someone that claims to to track Bigfoot and roam around in the hills is not going to weigh
2nd...Towards the end of the show when they find the tracks and then see "bigfoot" way over on another hill. I do not think those were "bigfoot
tracks". I would think if they were the camraman would have zoomed in on them to get close ups and examen them.
3rd... The guide goes "do you smell that"? It smells like wet deer. Well I doubt anybody that lives in city and drives around can smell much of
anything in the woods. But lets say they can, it could be that there was a few deer in the area.
And last but not least....When the guide spots bigfoot across the hill. I found it amazing that he could find that little blip of a figure so far
away with the naked eye. Even the guys with the cameras and binnoculers had a hard time finding it. Plus the cameraman never attemted to zoom in and
get a good picture. In fact he keep the camera facing the ground by his feet for far too long,IMO. Most cameramen would have had their camera ready
and shooting in a heartbeat.
I think the tv producers went around town(bars) asking if anybody knew about bigfoot. The guide said sure,I can take you into "bigfoot
country"....for a price.
For the record,I have tons of outdoor experiance and do actually know how to track,unlike the people in the show. I have tracked animals right up to
the tracks they were standing in.