posted on May, 6 2009 @ 09:45 AM
I agree that the image looks like that of foliage outside. It is also amazingly similiar to the Patterson footage. Makes me wonder.
To comment on MQ in general, it is entertaining. However, they do have a bad habit of going to Ghosthunters route of running around in the forest
chasing after infrared blobs. I understand it makes for good television, but I'd rather have the show focus more on the science and investigation
behind the creatures than having so much attention paid to the group wandering around and setting up camp.
I remember one episode where they were going after Bigfoot, and they're following the guide or whatever, and they see tracks in the snow. I remember
it was an issue that fresh snow had fallen and you needed a snowmobile to get to where they were, and there were no snowmobile tracks nearby (aside
form the team's), so no human should have gotten up there. The guide yells "What's that" and show goes to commercial.
Come back, and they find out the tracks are from a hiker that was on the mountain during the snowstorm and making his way back down.
Now, if the show were serious, they would cut that entire part out of the episode as it was just a misunderstanding quickly rectified. But no, they
build it up and waste like 5 minutes of screentime on what they know is nothing. They dishonestly made you think they found something to keep you
watching through the commercial. It's quite annoying, because I'm dumb enough to watch. I KNOW that if MQ actually found Bigfoot, I would have
heard about it before the episode premiers
[edit on 5-6-2009 by Esoterica]