Who knows what this is really showing. Could be the dudes pal in a suit. The dog doesn't seem to have much fear about it mind you. Would smaller
animals not be a bit more wary of big things they don't know the look/smell of?
Anyway, I am always suspicious when 'added spooky drama' is included in these type of videos, in this case altered audio and red overlay.
I would truly love there to be a real Big Foot tribe, however with all the magical super equipment we have these days one would think some scientific
expedition would have gone out and found them by now. Of course maybe they have and have decided to let them be in peace.
1. a figure is seen on video.
2. little dog runs after figure.
3. the videographer yells "get em dog!". Does the dog have a name, or is "dog" the dog's name?
4. the video cuts off to go through silly distortions.
5. Why not give chase too?
6. Why not continue filming?
It seems hokey, staged, and entirely too convenient with such a short clip.
If (and its a big IF) the vid is not a set up, it looks like a white haired monkey (I'm no animal expert ). There are alotta people in the world
who keep animals who should be wild animals as pets when they are adopted young enough. Then when the animal gets older and less manageable they
release them into the wild. If it was a supposed "Bigfoot" ..... wouldn't it be, y'know, big? My point being, it doesn't look any more remarkable
than an animal you would see in a zoo. I took alot of words making a very small point!
I'm callin BS on this one ! When it's slowed down the part when it's running down the trail is cut out , in normal speed it almost looks like
someone in a vest , I'm sure that's why that part is not shown in slow motion .
From the youtube video description the guy re-posted it but is there any way we can find out from who? Just wondering as it would be interesting to
find out if we can rule out any animal escapes from the surrounding areas.
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