Okay, so after releasing my Game cam photo of Bigfoot, I got some "good job" comments and some negative comments but someone made the suggestion that I return to the spot or something to that effect.
So when I recently went out to set my game cams and do a little field research I thought I would attempt to find the exact spot I had the game camera.
It's been about 2 years now and I have been in this general area many, many times but trying to the exact spot proved to be a little difficult and some what frustrating.
Here is a video of my efforts.
While this is not the exact spot, I do think it is very close. The next time I'm in there I will attempt to find the exact spot again. I think I will be able to find it.
Some of the other comments about the photo included the trigger distance of the game cam and the best I can remember it is 50 feet. Some commented that the figure appeared to be small but you have to consider it was a pretty long distance from the game cam, it was turned slightly, and partially covered by foliage. I attempted to show the height of the Bigfoot by using a simple method, and the figure still appears taller that me and I was much closer to the camera. I'm also about 6 foot 4 inches tall.
Then a few people wanted to say it was a bear and it is clearly not a bear. There is no snout and the arm is more human looking that a bear arm. The figure also has high cheek bones, just to name a few things.
I will keep working the area and hopefully get a better picture or video in the future. Thanks to all those who give supportive comments and for those who support us by viewing our videos and visiting our websites.
This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.
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