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Idaho Bigfoot Caught on Camera?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 20th, 2014

Awesome footage of Idaho Bigfoot walking in the woods.

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.


12 Responses to “Idaho Bigfoot Caught on Camera?”

  1. Goodfoot responds:

    WHAT “footage”? These two blithering idiots again.

  2. traveller responds:

    Please stop giving these frauds anything remotely like validity by ever posting them here. There is nothing worth viewing here, please move along.

  3. hoodoorocket responds:

    Ugh, I know you are duty bound to report all things bigfoot, and I admire your willingness to let us beat you up over things like this.

    Luckily this yabo plasters his name like a billboard. There is no missing it, and we can click the back button immediately upon seeing it. No need to get our knickers in a twist.

    Cheers.

  4. fredagain responds:

    After watching this site transform itself into little more than a virtual barker for shows like “Finding Bigfoot” and the even more asinine “Mountain Monsters” I wouldn’t lose any sleep over the possibility that it’s ever going to lend even a trace validity to anything.

  5. Craig Woolheater responds:

    So we won’t be seeing you around these here parts no more fredagain? Your astute commentary will be missed…

  6. Craig Woolheater responds:

    Everybody hear that? Traveller is calling the shots around here these days!

  7. fredagain responds:

    Actually I’ll still be dropping by from time to time.

    While I’m not interested in the cheesy toys or ridiculous reality shows that you’re shilling I am a sucker for most Bigfoot movies, even some of the really bad ones. Four exceptions would be “Yeti”, the one that featured Danny Partridge and Greg Brady, the remake of “Snowbeast” and the one with Ron Jeromy. They were so bad that I couldn’t sit through any of them again even if they were the only four things on the tube and I was suffering from insomnia.

    I have to admit this is as good as any website that I’ve ever come across for a listing of upcoming creature features.

  8. Goodfoot responds:

    Craig, are you saying fredagain has been here before? I don’t remember him at all. :D

  9. sasquatch responds:

    This Mark Anders apparently has the best Bigfoot costume (and well trained actor inside it) around as these videos continue to show up under his banner. OR he pays the highest dollar for good footage that can be found.

    What’s the deal with him and his site?

    Has anyone subscribed to it?

    That’s apparently what he’s trying to get-subscribers…

    They sound like a couple comedians making that fake off the cuff commentary style stuff that’s become popular in recent years on cable television.

    If these videos showed up randomly and not ALWAYS on HIS site, they may be taken more seriously as they do represent some of the best (possible) footage we’ve had since “Patty”.

  10. Squashmatch responds:

    Mr. Woolheater, you do realize that without the people that click on this site Daily, well …there would simply not BE a site to click on? That being said- Is that really how you treat those people? Your reaction to the two posters above’s “criticism” comes across as inappropriate bullying (to put it nicely). I think they have valid and similar concerns (however eloquently or in-eloquently they chose to voice those), as many of us do that enjoy this website frequently. Cryptomundo may continue to shine it’s brightest lights on the likes of Rick Dyer and Reality Television, but let’s at least allow us all to be honest about it.

  11. Craig Woolheater responds:

    Squashmatch,

    Here’s the deal. The site supports itself based on the traffic as you alluded to. But that traffic depends on a lot more people than just the ones that comment here.

    I post more than just the serious topics, I post news items, cryptid cinema news, book releases, etc.

    Nobody is being forced to read anything here that they don’t want to. The information here is freely dispersed to the readers at no cost. The site is supported by advertising revenue, and the sale of products from the online store.

    If you don’t like the topic, don’t click on it. If you clicked on it and don’t like, click back on go on your way to read something you do like.

    The site is not going to be all things to all people.

    Read what you like, don’t read what you don’t like.

    Craig

  12. Squashmatch responds:

    Thanks for clearing that up Craig. I was just confused because in my experience the comment section is a place for site members to voice opinions on the content provided, and as long as it is done within language and decorum guidelines, they don’t run the risk of being singled out and bullied by said site, and it’s contributors. I guess that rule is usually in place (other than just being a common sense example of class and manners) to avoid the “Talk back” being painfully one sided and full of “yes men” and rehash, making the comment section pointless if not entirely boring. Sort of like a world with only CNN and no independent Journalism. Not to worry though, this site is supported by advertising and online sales, not me.



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