posted on Oct, 9 2012 @ 11:33 PM
Most of us in the field regard him as a fraud when it comes to his bigfoot evidence. Many of the pictures he posted show faces very clearly, and for
those of us who have seen the creature, none of us think the images are authentic depictions of sasquatch. That just is not what they look like,
unfortunately. The video does not contain enough information to say whether it is real or fake, but since the other evidence is likely fake, it would
not surprise me if the video is as well.
A lot of the sentiment felt towards him comes from research done into his previous dealings, such as a casting call he made in some classifieds for
actors to play in a sasquatch related film. Also, the region he describes as Sylvanic, or whatever, seems to not really exist. For instance, on
Finding Bigfoot, did you notice how he said he could not take the team to the spot the video was filmed? Convenient, as I bet the scaling of the
features of the landscape may prove the video to be fake in some way.
Also, on that show they thought he was lying as well, for reasons I do not remember. Other people may have more information, but I usually do not get
excited about anything relating to this guy. But even known hoaxers can actually have a real sighting, so I will entertain his evidence, but will
scrutinize it with much more rigidity, actually attempting to debunk it. Most of the time I have an open mind regarding new evidence though, but I do
not attempt to disprove it if it cannot be disproven. But with his stuff, if it cannot be authenticated, it is probably fake, imo.