Latest Update: Manitoba Bigfoot Video

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on March 22nd, 2007

Updated with embedded video from youtube:

Last night I received an email from Doug Thomas with additional information regarding his possible Bigfoot video from Peguis, Manitoba.

Metacafe removed my video from their video search because of the lack of sound. I have since added commentary. If possible could you change your link as follows:

ThanksDoug Thomas

Here is the new video with added commentary from Mr. Thomas.

Here is the link to the video on metacafe for those that aren’t able to view the video here on Cryptomundo.

I’m not sure if this is just a ploy to hopefully earn some money from metacafe for number of views that the video receives. The original video is still available on metacafe by going to the direct link, but it is apparently not listed in the search directory.

See the original video here on Cryptomundo at:

New Manitoba Bigfoot Video


Update: Manitoba Bigfoot Video

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.

55 Responses to “Latest Update: Manitoba Bigfoot Video”

  1. things-in-the-woods responds:

    Ok, I’m kind of with fuzzy here- where does this get us?

    To some of us it looks like a guy in a hood, to some it looks like a great big hairy apeman. Most of us are wavering between the two. The fact is, whatever we think about this video it just isn’t good enough to prove anything.

    To me it is not an obvious hoax or case of mistaken identity, but even if it is a real BF it is of no use, because its too indistinct (sagital crest, relaxed fingers..!? Wow, I seriously need to go see my optician) to allow us to confidently identify it (one way or the other).

    Decent video evidence will be of the kind where we all go ‘wow- yes’. Not where we are arguing about a small black blob. If its good video evidence there won’t be this kind of debate.

  2. DWA responds:

    enjoyment: you’re right. If I’m a scientist not already seriously involved in looking for the sasquatch, this doesn’t get a second look. Or maybe it gets 500. But I’m not quittin’ the day job to follow it up.

    But I think it’s worth at least a site examination for somebody doing serious research.

    Of course the history of sightings in the area has to be taken into account too. If there isn’t one, there may not be an animal to look for by now, even if that was a real one.

  3. squatchwatcher responds:

    I agree that having someone go to the site and film a comparison video of a tall human walking that same route might be the only way to really start to understand what it is that we’re dealing with in the video. Than again it might just raise even more questions. By the way, what does the sound of the guys voice have to do with anything?

  4. mystery_man responds:

    John5- My background is in zoology too. And I still do not see anything that leads me to completely discount other more mundane theories in favor of the one that this is a “hairy homonid”. I think very few zoologists, at least ones I have known, looking at this would think along those lines from seeing this particular clip. There is nothing to make me disregard the resemblance to a man in a suit and embrace this as as a Bigfoot, yet it is compelling enough to keep my mind open. Nothing I say is going to change anyone’s mind on this one, it seems, but I just feel that considering the quality of video we are dealing with and the resolution here, we should not close our minds to explanations beyond this being a hairy homonid. In my opinion, with the background I have (for what that is worth in this instance), I see nothing to lead to any concrete conclusions. I certainly do not think it warrants being fully embraced as a genuine clip of a sasquatch at this point.

    As for the point of all these comments, I think these discussions are good whether they end in hard evidence or not. Getting our ideas and opinions out there, examining clips like this from different angles, is important and far from pointless. I feel a lot is learned from these discussions or debates on how to evaluate these videos and other spin off topics such as animal movement and size estimation as well as ideas on what makes a credible witness or videographer. Whether we have gotten to the bottom of this clip or not, I appreciate all of the ideas and opinions that have been presented by everyone regardless of whether I agree or not. This is most definitely a worthwhile discussion in my opinion.

  5. magicman responds:

    What the heck, with everyone’s video on the net , why doesn’t anyone hunt this creature down, i know i would . Wouldn’t u wanna find out the truth.

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