|Is this a Bigfoot crawling on the ground? Still frame from video.|
Here is part of what is posted in the description of the video.
"This video was recorded during a BFRO expedition on October 2, 2010. The location will not be disclosed due to a NDA. Over the four day expedition large tracks were casted, possible audio clips recorded, a researcher was zapped (hit with infrasound) and perhaps most significantly, this video was recorded. The location is in a very remote region, on top of a mountain which has had a long history of Bigfoot activity........After we parked we began our hike down the trail with only our red headlamps, audio equipment, s’mores (bait/food) and a FLIR. We were talking and laughing, hoping to entice a curious Bigfoot. My wife even stated with a chuckle, “We come in peace. We have s’mores!” Suddenly we jumped something huge to our right! It sounded massive. I've jumped many deer and this sounded MUCH larger. It really startled all of us! It only ran for a second or two and then oddly, it got absolutely quiet. The only sounds to be heard were our hearts beating out of our chests. The FLIR was turned on and a few video clips were recorded......"
Here is the video.
It is a very interesting capture and if you add in some of the other things that happened during the expedition, it seems to point to the fact that it may have been a Bigfoot.
I would like to invite reads to click on the video title and read the complete description of the events that took place. Also on their youtube channel there is a recreation of this video and a longer version. You can go there and check it out by clicking Here.
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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