posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 08:40 PM
I watched this a week or more ago, and at first I thought it was really cool. But the thing was, I was thinking it was a bigfoot, and not analyzing it
at all. When I saw this thread I decided to watch the video again, and after scrutinizing it, there are some things that bother me.
The side views. They allow us to see the profile of whatever is walking on the ridge, and it definitely could be a person with a backpack. The thing
that bothers me the most is the skinny legs, and the lack of girth.
It just looks more like a person.
It also looks like it is wearing shorts. Fur wouldn't stop above the ankles like that on a real creature. The only thing that I can't account for is
the long arms, but they don't really look all that long to me to be honest. I didn't watch the analysis though, so I can't make any assumptions on
the creature's height.
I do think that at that distance though, any analysis dealing with height is going to have a margin of error, especially when you are looking up at an
angle like in the video, and when you are only dealing with a couple of feet, that can make all the difference.
As others have noted, there was twine tied around a tree to help support the structure, which is odd in my opinion, although we don't know if a
bigfoot would use twine if it found it. The fire pit does bother me though, because I was under the impression that bigfoots ate fish raw when they
could catch them, but usually ate vegitation.
There are accounts of them hunting deer and other meaty animals, but I just can't imagine that they could cook them by making fire. If it was more of
a primitive man instead of an ape, I suppose it's possible.
The main problem with fire though is this: the creatures, if they exist, obviously excel at stealth, and a fire is not stealthy. So with all things
considered, this video does not show enough evidence to convince me that we are indeed looking at a sasquatch.