posted on Feb, 21 2013 @ 06:38 PM
I'll agree with the others that have said "why not release the footage of it standing, glaring at the camera, and walking away?"
Because places like ATS would rip the video into shreds. Obviously, a full day light facial video of a real bigfoot could be analyzed, and I honestly
doubt it would hold up under scrutiny.
That little segment of video is rather simple, could be anything. But to have video proof, a facial shot, up close, in daylight? That would be the
proof positive they have been seeking for years, right?
They've picked apart the Patterson Video, and would do the same with this alleged footage. It would be a landmark in the world of cryptozoology.
Saving the video? Really.