Oregon Sasquatch Caught on Video?

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 19th, 2016

Bigfoot sighting Wildhorse Lake Steens Mountains Oregon July 16th 2016

A family of four in Oregon published footage of “Bigfoot” captured this past Saturday.

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 “Oregon Sasquatch Caught on Video?”

  1. DWA responds:

    Don’t wake me up until the trackway analysis and DNA runs on all that hair have been processed.

    Because that’s someone in a suit.

  2. Goodfoot responds:

    “Timmy, when I clue you with a secret sign, say, ‘look, Grandpa!’ right away. We don’t want to wait so long next time.”

    The set-up is right in our faces here and couldn’t possibly be more obvious. What I can never understand is what the pay-off might be for blatant fakeries like this one.

  3. KnuckleHead responds:

    Just when I wanted to see new pics,video or any new evidence that might be coming to light and then this. Wow someone somewhere please release something credible so the crypto community can scrutinize and say, at least we can not say total hoax or practical joke.

  4. Goodfoot responds:

    They are in no way representative of the “crypto community”, no do they partake in any research. They’re too busy trying to convince themselves how clever and funny they are.

  5. mandors responds:

    Do we know more about this? Background, circumstances. I ask because “the guy in the suit” just happens to be taking a drink from the lake at the beginning of the video. Kind of interesting.

    The shooter is centering the old guy in the frame, not the figure. He or she also pans away to look at the lake, and doesn’t cheat to the figure. The dad then looks at the girl with a kind of “I’m trying to make a video why are you interrupting me” look, before the camera finally centers on the running figure.

    Pretty well staged if a fake. Do we have his actual photos? Why would you lug a suit all the way to the MIDDLE OF NOWHERE. Did anybody bother google where this place is?

    Maybe a juvenile caught sneaking a drink?

  6. Goodfoot responds:


    Everything about the dialogue and structure screams “STAGED!”, because it IS staged. Ignore the obvious at your own peril.

    “Why would you lug a suit all the way to the MIDDLE OF NOWHERE.”

    Are you serious? TO STAGE A BIGFOOT HOAX, that’s why. You lug it to where the staging is taking place. Where would you stage one, Southside Chicago?

  7. mandors responds:

    Oh Goodfoot, you weathered cynical blobsquatcher…

    I have no problem with the “oh, you fooled me, what a loser” situation. So I will analyze pictures and video up and until they are proven hoaxes.

    I am amazed, however, at how big of a loser people can be. That camera drone hoax is a great example. As some one with a life, I have a difficult time understanding the extent of how much these hoaxers must have NO lives to even begin to comprehend how going through such machinations could possibly be entertaining.

    But whether or not this is a hoax, and it is more likely than not, it is the process that is important. The hoax plays out a scenario that is plausible, and that is important. An old coot takes the family to a far away lake, and just when he starts waxing about the locale, a “creature” is spooked. That is exactly the type of situation where a real sighting could happen.

    The other thing to keep in mind is that if these things exist, they are not the most graceful of God’s creatures. Even Patty has a certain uncomfortable, dumb-guy-trying-to-catch-a-bus look to its gait. They are humanoid and as such are clumsy by nature.

  8. Goodfoot responds:

    mandors: And yet I have read time and again about their graceful, gliding gait, “as if it were on wheels”. So yes, clumsy in appearance one time, graceful another. Such is the gamut of human impressions.

    Assuming here you didn’t call me a “loser”. 😉

  9. thescaly1 responds:

    I agree with most here, seems very much like a hoax and probably is.
    My first thought, if indeed it was drinking from the lake edge or just standing there looking over the water, the people were already assembled at the edge ahead and above it. Are we to assume that it didn’t hear the people or see them but instead broke and ran a short moment after the camera began recording its image?
    Even if we were to assume that this beast can sense things that we cannot (although I always avoid bestowing special powers or magic upon unknown/unstudied creatures) it wouldn’t explain the timing of the beast’s departure because cameras, like our eyes – nothing comes out of them when they are working. Instead, light enterers the lens of the camera or eye and the image is recorded within.
    I’m glad to read here that others are often curious about the many factors that can be involved in such a recording like circumstances, details, people involved and such.

    I have a question: Why is so-called ‘Patty’ referenced as a recording of an authentic bigfoot by many people?

    All the best

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