Facebook Find Bigfoot Hoaxed?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on August 5th, 2011

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.

19 Responses to “Facebook Find Bigfoot Hoaxed?”

  1. gridbug responds:

    Verily, a fail most epic.


  2. Ragnar responds:

    So is the guy narrating the oh-so-professional analysis of the video in on it? Or does he painstakingly take apart every video of bigfoot like its the real thing?

  3. Hapa responds:

    Once again another example of why footage is useless.
    A body…priceless

    For everything else, there’s Mstercard 🙂

  4. Cryptidcrazy responds:

    I saw this video on youtube and immediately dismissed it. Unfortunately, 99% of the Bigfoot videos on Youtube are either mis-identifications or flat out hoaxes. There are some very convincing videos as well. The Freeman video and the Myakka videos are some of the best of the lot. If they are hoaxes, they are very convincing.

  5. Nominay responds:

    That FBFB occasionally fall for a hoax is DEFINITELY not something new. BUT when they get it right, the analysis is dead on. They did however acknowledge on a follow up post that they got the Crimean footage wrong.

  6. jan09 responds:

    Good grief. If I didn’t know better, I’d think that was a parody of a FB/FB analysis. It just gets worse and worse. This puts the “Tree-Leaping Auburn Sasquatch” a.k.a. squirrel to shame. If you need dermal ridges, coned heads and mid-tarsal breaks pointed out on every blobsquatch, tree stump or hoodied kid in a forest, FB/FB is the place to go. Its only redeeming feature is that it acts as a fairly comprehensive aggregate of just about every alleged BF video ever captured…which also doubles as a painful reminder of just how few good videos there are.

  7. mandors responds:

    What kind of little miscreant bothers to do crap like this? Kind of reminds me of the scum bags who sent fake ransom notes to the Lindbergs just to get money.

  8. thegsmiths4 responds:

    Ha! Boy did FB/FB get served. He makes such flimsy, nonsensical points in his “analysis” I originally thought they were parodies.

    Because the so-called bigfoot in the video “rise and falls” when walking that is proof its real? Please.

  9. peteyweestro responds:

    I have never seen these guys at FBFB ever say the video was anything other than a squatch. I mean every single video they have done analysis on is a bigfoot and confirms on many reasons, hopeless if you ask me

  10. Joxman responds:

    I’ve had some dealings with the YouTube Channel BFResearchSE, which is the original poster of the video that was parodied. I had questioned some of his analyses in another video and he promptly decided I was a trouble maker and banned me and told me to go away, now many of his video comments need to be approved by him. I believe in Squatch, but it seems that he tends to see every video as proof then he treats it as such.

    I think he does believe in the Big Guy too, but in my opinion he needs to be more critical of what he views.

    Just my thoughts 🙂


  11. RandyS responds:

    I thought one of the hallmarks of the supposed sasquatch gait was that it was smooth and fluid — the knees and hips constantly flexing to absorb shock, so that there WASN’T the rise-pause-fall effect. I thought that particular feature was characteristic of us humans as we straighten our knees and our torsos “ride over” the pivot at our hips.

  12. Kingswood responds:

    LMAO …this is actually the video that convinced me NOT to join FBFB a few weeks ago. It’s obviously a fake, and I couldn’t believe the narrator was actually treating seriously. I’m just glad to see they finally came forward and showed it for what it was…some pranksters having a bit of fun.

  13. monsterhunter316 responds:

    omg. Its obviously some kids goofing around. You people will over analyze everything.

  14. Va-Bigfoot responds:

    It’s time for FBFB to sail into the sunset. Unfortunately, for every group like this that leaves, two pop up and take its place!

  15. Digger44 responds:

    FBFB is Jeff Andersen. He is the voice in the videos. Apparently he has quite a temper with those who disagree with him. He claims to be a team of people but that is highly suspect.

  16. Joxman responds:

    @ Digger44

    I’m not certain if he has a temper, but I was surprised to be banned for disagreeing with his analysis in one video. I did PM him saying that we need to be critical of the evidence presented, and that if we are all honest and have the same goal as far as proving Squatch exists then we should all be open to receiving honest criticisms.

    How can we better analyse evidence if we are not called out on potential flaws in our logic?

    He told me to go away and that I was a distraction to his channel. I responded by saying it was his channel and he could do as he wished. He has since let a couple of my comments go through, because I didn’t criticize his views.

    I would have no problem with him if he also wore the hat of skeptic as a contrast within his analysis.


  17. DWA responds:


    “I thought one of the hallmarks of the supposed sasquatch gait was that it was smooth and fluid — the knees and hips constantly flexing to absorb shock, so that there WASN’T the rise-pause-fall effect.”

    Bingo. It’s that “herky-jerky” aspect of human walking that is conspicuously absent from accounts of sasquatch on the move. Ascribed to the compliant gait that operates without the locked knee that produces the rise-pause-fall in humans, the sasquatch gait has been likened by witnesses to someone cross-country skiing or on a bicycle. It is uniformly described as strikingly smooth and athletic, and distinctly not human.

    This guy is, well, really intent on “confirming” everything tossed at him.

  18. DWA responds:

    I have to add that this is one of the funniest (and funnest) hoax vids I have seen.

    I’d be, well, waaaay embarrassed were I Mr. Analysis Guy. I thought his previous ones were humorous. This one? SCREAM.

  19. nzcryptozoologist responds:

    come on people the guy that does FBFB does a pretty darn good job i recon and also like all of us is only human and can make mistakes.
    I like FBFB as he really goes into a good analysis of what he – like us sees.
    No ones infallable and if anything the little nerds who made this video should have their backsides spanked and video camera trashed as its rubbish like this that discredits a science that we are all including FBFB trying to make credable by analysing the Real evidence.

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