The Craven Bigfoot Footage

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on January 23rd, 2014

A family out for a drive in Craven, Saskatchewan, were shocked to see a hair-covered biped walking on a hill beside the road. They quickly took out their camera and filmed the creature as it walked into the bushes. This is their footage. It is clear, showing a biped, brown all over, with a conical head and long arm. Could be a real Sasquatch?

~ Adam Bird

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.

11 Responses to “The Craven Bigfoot Footage”

  1. Ty Rant Semaka via Facebook responds:

    Seems to have a short gait. You always hear that they move fast with huge strides. But I guess this could be a younger one.

  2. Stadtusquo responds:

    Interesting clip. Any footprints? Has piqued my interest, though. Best clip in awhile.

  3. sasquatch responds:

    If you want to hear a really bogus breakdown of this go to the “para breakdown” site.
    That commentator says that there is nowhere for the bigfoot to hide, then we see it disappear into thick brush right near the road!
    Some folks are so desperate to come off as cynically cool, that they make fools of themselves.
    As far as I’m concerned, this COULD be a real sasquatch…I’ll just base my opinion on what I can see; bi-pedal, Uniform color, high shoulders, bulky, short neck. O.K. that’s it.
    As far as it being in an area far from heavy forests? well, how do we know about how far these things stray from safer zones?
    Maybe there where a lot of deer migrating up the river system and this thing followed…?
    Could be a lot of reasons…I live in Denver area and there have been many bears, and mountain lions that stray into suburban areas here…sometimes they are young ones or whatever…but animals do a lot of things that don’t always make sense at first glance.
    IF this is a Bigfoot, I wouldn’t try to argue with it about it’s choice of locales.

  4. Ploughboy responds:

    It is a nice clip…..we’d ideally like to see some size comparison done at the site. One thing I’d not expect to see is the signifcant head-bobbing. That seems to be contradicted by many witnesses’ reports when they describe the appearance of a creature “gliding” over the terrain. Whatever this is, “gliding” doesn’t really describe it.

  5. mandors responds:

    Craven is about 25 miles from Regina, itself no major metro area. Looks kind of M.O.N. Video is interesting, it’s by no means “Patty,” but at full speed the figure sort of walks with that same “Whoops! I have to be going!” hurried/bouncy gate. Not definitive, but interesting.

    Thanks for this Craig, I was having a serious video jones!

  6. DWA responds:

    Well, not sure but of one thing: either a guy in a suit or a species science doesn’t recognize.

    No backstory provided but the clip looks consistent with the basics: family sees something; it’s getting away; gotta pull over quick and shoot what you can.

    The “bob” in the gait looks human. But that could be a function of terrain.

    Got me. As usual, without a site search for measurements and more evidence, just another fun clip.

  7. RandyS responds:

    I’m with Ploughboy — the head-bobbing human gait does not match with the gliding, compliant gate seen in the Patterson-Gimlin film, or so often mentioned in eye-witness reports. And, I feel, the bobbing is too regular to be a function of the terrain (and what kind of downhill terrain would account for the up-down motion each step?).

  8. DWA responds:


    I hear you.

    “Terrain” was something I was just tossing out there, maybe as my effort to try to believe that people have something to do with their time better than to make one of the easiest things there is to make out there: a phony-to-who-knows? sasquatch video.

  9. traveller responds:

    Re the head bobbing, I get the impression that “it” is walking horizontal to an incline. Each left side step is slightly down hill from the right.

  10. sasquatch responds:

    Traveller, I’d agree with that…the terrain is definitely sloping away from the camera position-therefore the creature may be dealing with this…creating a less than smooth gait.

  11. Champartist responds:

    I enjoyed watching this, but would like to see more video taken at the scene, maybe walk in and video the ground where the squatch walked into the bush so I could see sign and brush comparison for size, you know what I mean? I am a tracker and that is always what I do walk in and look around.

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