East Texas Bigfoot Photos?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on April 20th, 2013

Zen~Yeti’s own operative in East Texas “Lupe Mendoza” has captured 2 shocking images of Texas Skunk Ape. Upcoming video will detail the events prior to and after the encounter. It will also establish this is a dynamic living creature.SnowWalkerPrime

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.

22 Responses to “East Texas Bigfoot Photos?”

  1. Glenn Bryce via Facebook responds:

    That’s the blobbiest Blobsquatch I’ve seen in awhile.

  2. Daniel Finnman via Facebook responds:

    Ghillie Suit

  3. Gary Shively via Facebook responds:

    shocking is a good word lol really ?

  4. Adam Prawlocki via Facebook responds:


  5. AsphaltProphet responds:

    you need yellow circles and red arrows to point it out…

    That you saw anything… maybe

    Looks more like Tom Biscardi to me…

  6. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    That is absolutely ridiculous if he’s trying to pass it off as “real,” and totally half-assed if he’s just playing around. Either way, it’s a waste of time.

  7. Peteyweestro responds:

    It’s probably as real as Smeja’s bear steak that this clown and all his friends from Team gayzer tried to push as authentic.

  8. Goodfoot responds:

    Thanks for watching WHAT? How long has Todd Standing been in East Texas?

  9. springheeledjack responds:

    I’m with the rest of you. I looked at the blobs before hitting the play button guessing I was going to see something pretty cool…then I realized those were the pictures.

    The second look with the pic top and bottom is a little clearer, but I’m still having to use my imagination to see something. Interesting, but inconclusive at best. Do we have Lupe’s account? No, I don’t want this dude’s interpretation narrative of his account.

  10. William responds:

    I am not a photo expert but IMO the stick this subject looks to be holding seems to be photo shopped or added to the photo as it doesn’t look like it belongs. That alone screams fake to me.

  11. etheral responds:

    “Exclusive never before seen…. blobsquatch”. I hate to always sound cynical, but damn…

  12. Peter Von Berg responds:

    Again with the blurry pictures. Blurry blurry blurry again again again blurry blurry again.

  13. dconstrukt responds:

    ROFLMAO!!!!! ya… such good photos you need to outline what you think its supposed to be…. #MAJORFAIL!

    can we like not post crap like this anymore?

    the more crap like this I see the LESS I believe in this stuff…. seriously.

    and the dude narrating it…. like really? what planet are these people on that they actually BELIEVE those pix are real? LOL

  14. cryptokellie responds:

    I think that these images show one of two possibilities and they should be addressed.

    1. Check the sales of ghillie suits in the locale of these images.

    2. The property owners need to clear out the heavy underbrush which is near to attaining self-awareness. Seriously, an out of focus photo of one of my golden retrievers begging for a cookie would be more credible than these shots of a thicket. Narrator claims he’s been staring at these images for two weeks…if I stared at my neighbor’s weed covered wood pile for two weeks,
    there’s no telling what I might see – and I don’t drink beer.

  15. darkhb responds:

    BS like this is why I increasingly don’t bother with Cryptomundo anymore. Loren where are you…

  16. springheeledjack responds:

    cryptokellie–good call on the ghillie suits too–and weed piles. Anytime we have to look at a photo and be told what we’re seeing, it’s a big old “uh-oh.”

  17. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    Every time I read a post like this, I think it’s the last time I’ll visit this site. One of these days it really will be.

  18. hoodoorocket responds:

    In the sharpest photos it sure looks like nothing more that the exposed root ball of a tree that has tipped over.

    When swamp water rises it rots the roots of trees that need dry soil- just below the level of the ground. The tree tips over exposing a flat disc of mud and roots. The same thing happens to trees that grow over acidic soil and rock shelfs- no deep roots so the trees tip over easily.

    The person that took this picture is willfully spinning a yarn. Knowing that, one should take anything they say in future with a grain of salt, or at least demand a beer in exchange for the wasting of your time. A beer is fair payment for suffering through poorly done tall tales.

  19. Ragnar responds:

    Can the narrator be just a little more credulous? Geez.

    So I’m supposed to believe the blob is a Sasquatch/skunk ape/whatever name you want to call it. Or its a guy out hunting wearing a ghillie suit.

    I’m going with guy out hunting.

    And for gods’ sake, get a camera that takes better pictures. Where does one buy the blurry camera anyway?

  20. G. de La Hoya responds:

    Hilarious. Hey Lupe, amigo. I have a Polaroid InstaMatic I will sell you, real cheap!

  21. DWA responds:

    I think it’s always funny that these are the blogs that get the most responses.

    (Yeah. Count another one.)

    Here, go comment on this one:

    (30? It should have 600. And you shouldn’t have needed me to add this one to say that.)

  22. eyeofstrm responds:

    The only thing shocking is that you called these shocking. They suck. A shocking photograph needs no description. This is worthless garbage.

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