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The Marble Ridge Footage Hoax: July 2000
Siskiyou County, California Marble Mountain Range Hwy 3 not far from Ft. Jones...
Originlly the BFRO reported this as a 'Class A report' evidently without much image analysis because the subject gingerly takes tiny baby steps downhill midway through the video here: www.youtube.com... There is nothing Sasquatch-like in the movement of the subject. The BFRO has it uploaded here: www.bfro.net... and www.bfro.net... These are the same folks that brought you the hoaxed Sonoma footage, the misidentification of the Memorial Day footage, the Skookum cast, the IMAX footage, the Rick Jacobs bear and the Danny Sweeten Texas hoax; all much-to-do-about-nothing. Apparently, none of them pay much attention to what is known about Sasquatch locomotion - in this case the subject takes tiny uncharacteristic Sasquatch steps - nothing like the general 52 to 60-inch walking stride that is well known among researchers. Humans lock the rear knee in the forward thrust of the forward leg, the Sasquatch does not. It never walks with a locked knee - and with a heavily calloused/padded sole of the foot, there is no need to walk gingerly as we see in the Marble Mountain footage. This is a hoax!
Marble Mtn Image: When analyzing a film image, the technician must work with what is in the image. The perpetrators of this set of images thought that they were beyond resolution limits, and they were. But they were not beyond the limits of extrapolating color schemes from the images. "The color schemes in the Marble Mountain footage definitely show lines of demarcation that can be followed from frame to frame....strongly suggestive of clothing." Veteran film Analyst Marlon "MK" Davis - 23 November 2006
Originally posted by seabhac-rua
There is a alternate version of this video with added analysis, I'll try to find it and post it if I can.
A word to the naysayers: before you dismiss this you need to watch the analysis, they get a researcher up to where the figure was and film from the same spot, and this guy looks tiny in comparison.
Originally posted by beauty from pain
Bigfoot coulda tripped over his big feet!
I do it allllllllllll the time.
i don't recall seeing any rope or twine there either. the fire pit is from previous campers, and no-one ever suggests it has anything to do with the sighting..