posted on Jul, 27 2009 @ 09:28 PM
reply to post by skyeyes
It doesn't come right out and say it, you're right. But- why is that website selling the tape, if it's so important? It does say it started from an
April Fools Day prank, did you see that part? That website holds the rights to that tape. There is no information about it anywhere else.
The Beast of Bray Road and the Michigan Dog Man are cryptids. I have no problem with those sightings, aside from this website. I think the cryptid
might surely exist. They have established sightings. This film, however, is highly questionable. That entire website is some mix of real sightings and
fake footage and stories.
The title of this thread is "Beast of Bray Road/Michigan Dog Man" and the OP links to the website where this video is. The same website selling this
stuff, the same website who talks about April Fools Day pranks.
Loren Coleman says no, I say no, too. I think they could have made that video themselves or edited it. It's impossible to find the original film
before it was edited, even on YouTube, because the productions company which runs that website with the video complained about copyright.
The film is from the 1970s? I think not. It says that nowhere.
this also shows some wire, for those interested.
[edit on 7/27/2009 by ravenshadow13]