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Bigfoot Filmed Independence Day

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on February 6th, 2014

According to experts, the suit presented in this video is only 1 percent away from the Patterson-Gimlin creature. Looks real enough to pass the ole smello-meter in our opinion. Check out the part where it’s walking around with a baby.

A closer look by Thinker Thunker:

~ ThinkerThunker

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.


9 Responses to “Bigfoot Filmed Independence Day”

  1. dconstrukt responds:

    LOL… I’d love to meet these “experts” refered to in the post…. if “experts” say this is a bigfoot… they should come check out the godzilla I’ve got in my backyard.

    its a person in a suit. 100%

    the “experts” are nothing more than clowns.

  2. hoodoorocket responds:

    LOL, thanks for a chuckle at the beginning of what promises to be a challenging day.

    I love the written “expert” blurb immensely. I need to hear what their qualifications are for more chuckles, or at least thank them for quantifying the reality of this to within 1% for us.

    The 1% is an obvious reference to the atrophied neckline of the momma squatch. Only 99% of viewers would think that it is a gap between suit and mask. An entire 1% of viewers would say that it looks just like the neck and trapezius structure of the creature in the PG film.

    That poor bigfoot baby is sure gonna have a hard time of it- what with his fused spine and neck and completely ossified joints. It is also possible that it’s not a baby at all, but rather the bigfoot’s piggy bank. I’m going to watch this at home with sound to see if the jingle of coins is audible when it runs.

    Bigfoot knows how things go missing every time us “pinks” come strolling through. Perhaps the experts can settle the baby/piggy bank debate to within 1% of an answer, before it becomes yet another divisive issue consuming our time.

  3. Cryptoraptor responds:

    I like how the “expert” compares the locomotion to P/G when this is made to look more like a gorilla and P/G was supposed to resemble a tall broad shouldered hairy human.

  4. thedarkstar responds:

    I saw this video on YouTube a few months ago. Looks like a dude in a suit to me. When I saw it on YouTube, someone in the comments referenced hearing the cameraman say “Look up” right around the 38 second mark, right around the time the supposed Sasquatch looks up from the rock. The implication being of course, that the cameraman was directing the person in the suit. I believe I heard it then, but could not replicate that now. Can anyone else hear it?

  5. sasquatch responds:

    The whole thing comes off as a performance…
    The back and butt look suspicious to me, as well as arms not looking long enough; but there is that knee bend % thing that is very Patty like.
    My bet is fake tho’.
    The costume very much resembles the one Whats-his-name Morris made to re-emulate the PG footage with.
    Close but no cigar.

  6. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    Nice CGI.

  7. sasquatch responds:

    CGI?

  8. cryptokellie responds:

    This is a person acting like the figure in the P/G film. The suit is dark enough not to reveal any details. The person’s gait and movements are most distinctively human. Projected at any speed the figure in the P/G film moves with a ponderous yet very fluid gait. This person, well within the normal human size range, is short-stepping around and giving a performance. The juvenile is a interesting touch. Is “Thinker Thunder” the expert who is declaring the suit 1% away from the P/G figure? His analysis video is amusing as he proclaims the Bigfoot figure moves differently than a human with side by side footage and, given the covering of the suit, the two examples are moving almost the same. The green angle of gait line over the Bigfoot figure is not actually at the angle that the suit leg is in. Funny. Masks this good? He sees and comments on things that are not there in the footage. The figure goes behind a large rock and pops up with a juvenile…classic. Check out the odd, long crease in the head when the figure emerges into the sunlight. What might that be?

  9. Dr Kaco responds:

    Pretty neat video but I do agree with you guys, this looks like CGI. Thanks just the same for the clip Craig =)



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