100 Bucks Per Second For Bigfoot Footage?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 8th, 2011

As posted on the BFRO website last month:

Let it be known far and wide: The market value for bigfoot footage is $100 per second. Shout it from the mountain tops. It’s a fact!

The BFRO is willing to pay at least $100 per second for new and authentic footage of a bigfoot (i.e. clear footage in daylight or in headlights).

If $100-per-second seems like too much to pay for bigfoot footage … consider that most sightings last only a few seconds. And consider that very few people have observed a bigfoot in daylight, and at close range (less than 100 feet), for more than 30 minutes or so.

Observations lasting more than a minute or two are exceedingly rare. That will not change.

The supply of new, authentic bigfoot footage will never exceed the demand.

If you obtain clear bigfoot video footage during a BFRO expedition, the market value will be at least $200 per second. That’s what we would pay for it.

Here’s why:

Reliable measurements of the surroundings, and systematic comparative video clips can be obtained immediately afterward, with the help of several knowledgeable people and witness bystanders.

Comparative clips can be made using the same camera, from exactly the same camera angle. Also, the surrounding foliage in the comparative video is exactly the same as in the original video. The changing foliage pattern is usually the most difficult variable to contend with long after the fact.

A group of experienced bigfoot researchers being present and voluntarily gathering all the useful data immediately afterward … makes things much, much easier for us when trying to ascertain accurate biometric measurements of the figure.

Source: Market Value for New & Authentic Bigfoot Footage: $100 per Second

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

3 Responses to “100 Bucks Per Second For Bigfoot Footage?”

  1. DWA responds:


    Whatever I shoot, if I say it’s a bigfoot, this is what you give me?

    The fine print on this one could stretch to Venus.

    Okay, fine. In daylight or “in headlights.” So. If they’re not headlights, they don’t count?

    Does the sike-ay-delic thermal footage in a thread not too far from this one count?

    BFRO has touted thermal footage. So. If somebody like that guy says, hey, you guys love this stuff when it’s you shooting it, no trouble there?

    I’d hate the BFRO be taken to court over this one. But I could see it happen. I doubt they’d lose.

    But is that what they want?

  2. Keen responds:

    No, you must have missed the fine print. If the BFRO thinks it is authentic through their analysis, THEN you could possibly get your money. They are doing this as they are tired of the fake crap that keeps getting put on the news like that recent Knobby Bigfoot BS video. There plenty of new, fake Bigfoot videos popping up all over Youtube, for instance, and its really counterproductive. That is, show them something REAL that is isn’t obviously fake.

  3. DWA responds:

    Keen: nope, I didn’t miss the fine print. I speculated – correctly I think – on how much of it there will be.

    I will say this, with confidence:

    Anything they would consider legit will be worth one heck of a whole lot more than any quote I see up there.

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