A little history first.
For those who didn't see the original thread, The Gable Film is believed to have been shot in the 1970's and shows some kind of large, blurry
creature charging the cameraman. The creature catches him (we assume) and there are a few mouth-and-fur shots. The original Gable Film link has been
removed, but here
is a 'variated' one on Youtube. ATS members debated on whether
or not it was the actual Michigan Dogman, a dog, gorilla, bear, or any number of other things.
While perusing Wikipedia (because of boredom and a little spare time on my hands) I stumbled on
that supposedly shows an update on The Gable Film. It shows a handful of
frames that give you a pretty good look at how the creature changed from simian-esque to canine in a few seconds.
But the reason I'm posting this is because of the next page on that website. It contains an interesting story accompanied by some just-as-interesting
pictures. Apparently some guy, looking for prime hunting land, set up a motion-detection camera on a particularly nice piece of southern Michigan.
[The camera-owner] did capture several images of deer in the following days, but one day, he found the camera dangling from its cord, knocked from the
platform. After downloading the camera's contents into him computer, he was shocked to discover the images that follow.
According to the site, this eye can be viewed two ways: by imagining that it's a profile shot, or that it's front-on and the eye we're seeing is
actually the left eye looking to the right.
Considered from this perspective, the dark line above the eye takes on the shape of an eyebrow. Keep in mind this eye had to be at least six feet
above the ground when the image was taken.
Next up is the teeth. The poster mentions 'misshapen' canine teeth and says that this must have been taken shortly after the trailcam was knocked
over. They also say that it appears the creature is snarling or smiling.
Finally, the foot. The poster says that it appears the foot is on top of a 'skinned deer leg' but that the owner of the camera said there was no
blood, fur, or bones when he returned to the scene. Also, this picture, they speculate, was taken as the camera "dangled" from it cord.
So, ATSers, what do you think about these pictures? I'm curious to see what everyone else says.