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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Still Frame from video

M.K. Davis introduced a somewhat interesting video about a week or so ago of a possible bigfoot. According to what I read and heard, the video was shot in the state of Alabama. The video supposedly shows a bigfoot, maybe two, drowning a deer. I also think the person who took the video stated it was a bigfoot drowning a deer. M.K. has released several enhancements of the video in an attempt to discover more about it. I thought I would share one of the videos and offer my opinion about the clip.

First lets watch the video:

Of course, M.K. is a wizard at enhancing video, so I expect he will have several more enhancements in the future. The picture at the top of this post is a still frame from this video. As you can see it is hard to really see much in the image or the video.

I attempted to enhance the still image and blow it up and adjust it some in an effort to see more details. As you can see not much details are to be had from blowing it up.
So, lets turn our attention to the video itself. The video seems to cut off right when it was about to show what was happening. Maybe the person filming was scared and took off, I don't know.

I have some other concerns about the video. I can see the deer flopping around but I really can't make out any bigfoot. The shadows in the background will play tricks on you, but I can't distinguish any bigfoot, for sure, in the video.

I also have some questions as to why a bigfoot would drown a deer, when it could break its neck in a matter of a few seconds.That just don't make sense to me.

If the deer is not being killed by a bigfoot, what is happening to it?

I think there are a number of things that could be going on. It could have some kind of disease and just being dying in the water. It could possibly be caught in a trap. Many fur trappers still just steel snap traps to catch animals. Which I particularly think is a cruel way to harvest fur. And is dangerous to other animals that you may not be trying to trap.

Another thing, could this deer have been injured by say a gun shot or hit by a automobile? I know sometimes deer will get hit or shot and still run off and later die.

Another point I'd like to make is the grunt sound, which some say is the bigfoot making it, but to me it sounds like a deer grunt. I have had many deer grunt and blow at me while in the woods. 

The video is interesting, M.K. seems to always come up with interesting videos, but I can't make the jump to it being a bigfoot drowning a deer. The video quality is not that good either, so that makes it harder to see and then it cuts off.

But enough about my opinions and questions, what to the readers think about the video?


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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