The recent video is said to be filed in Saskatchewan , Canada. From afar it can easily be mistaken a bear. Zoomed in it's just a blur but despite
that you can see it standing and it's arm that has a form I've seen described as resembling the Sasquatch in the the Patterson-Gimlin film. Others
have commented that it's two Bigfoot and or one and a baby that it's interacting with. Whether it's hoaxed(mods feel free to send it off as so) by
manipulating the grainy image or other, may still be up for speculation. I'm looking for more info on it.
edit on 10-11-2018 by dreamingawake because: video issues
a reply to: dreamingawake
Quite interesting I saw this posted by a radio station here in town yesterday but with the grainy footage it is hard to tell, which is disappointing
today that we can somehow never have clear footage of these kind of things, I hope to one day see something like this and if I do ill be sure to try
and get close for some good footage.
Looks like a black bear standing up to check out where those dogs are whilst it's foraging/stealing. Just before it stands you can see it's head and
upper body weave like bears do. Between the shape, the movement and location it's gonna be a bear.
A couple of frames do look odd though. The narrator waffles on about the arm and it really does look unusual at that point.
I can't say what it is because it's so blurred. The subject does appear to stand, but honestly it meanders like a bear would in that situation. It
lumbers slowly kind of like a bear who is still prepping for winter, trying to save energy. Every report I've heard about sasquatches they move
quickly rather than slowly.
Still I have no idea what it really is, but it seems to me a bear based upon the movement. It could be a sasquatch, but it could be anything based
upon the resolution of the video.
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