The video looks fairly convincing, to me. The photo of the footprint in the snow looked real to me. The student did not seem to be a hoaxer type.
If this is the real deal, going to the site where the Bigfoot was videotaped, and finding the footprint, adds credibility to the account.
I just watched a Monster Quest episode today, pertaining to Bigfoot. It was from around 2007. There were two experts in computer enhancing viideos.
It was fairly complex, what they were doing. They broke down the Patterson film from back in the 60's, and they could see the eyelids of the animal
moving. The conclusion was, it was not someone in a suit.
They intervied the other man that was with Patterson when they saw the Bigfoot. I think his last name is Gimblin.
I watched his eyes during the interview, and his eyes showed no sign of deception. The eyes are the window to the soul, and they can tell a lot about
a person. I just got the feeling he was telling the truth.
I have never seen a Bigfoot, but back in the 70's, I heard a loud roar, that at that time, I did not equate it to a Bigfoot. After reading about
them, and hearing recordings, and people's description of what they heard, I feel I may have heard a Bigfoot.
During that time, there were many sightings of Bigfoot in the area I live, which is Western NC. There was a footprint of one, found a few years ago, a
few miles from where I live. I live within a few miles of a 10,000 acre State Park, and even the privately owned land, is mostly wooded, with small
creeks, and a few larger rivers.
Bigfoot is a mystery, and it may always be. All the people saying they have seen one, can't all be crazy. A map of all the reported Bigfoot
sightings in the US, are all in areas of woodland, and water. if people are making all this up, why are there never a report of Bigfoot, in the wide
open Plains, where there is no cover? I think the reason is, people are reporting what they actually saw, and 99% of the time, it is in wooded
Thanks for the post.