Most Impressive Bigfoot Footage Ever?

Posted by: Bigfoot Evidence on September 14th, 2015

Bigfoot Evidence reader Ronald Von Beringe, the Naturalist writes: “I was camping in CA last night. I had my Moultrie game cam set up in my tent in case I had any unexpected visitors while I was away. Attached is the result. The motion sensor has about a 10 second delay on this model (very frustrating!) so I can only imagine what occurred before this video.”

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15 Responses to “Most Impressive Bigfoot Footage Ever?”

  1. DWA responds:

    Most imprWHA????????

    One might need to look up some totally obscure footage taken by a couple cowboys named Roger and Bob.

  2. Insanity responds:

    I feel his bio may be a bit suspect. Which schools may I ask?

    “I am Ronald Von Beringe, better known in the scientific community as “The Naturalist.” I am a PHD and Master’s degree holder in anthropology, biology, zoology and cryptozoology; an alum of schools on all 8 continents (including Madagascar.) Great grandson of Robert Von Beringe & Mata Hari.”

  3. dconstrukt responds:

    ROTFLMFAO!!!! this looks SO fake!

    if this is impressive you should see the bridge in new york I have for sale 🙂

  4. Insanity responds:

    The following issue of Gorilla Journal has a short article on Friedrich Robert von Beringe.

    Gorilla Journal 24, June 2002. pg 9-11

    It says that von Beringe married Johanna Caroline Luise Edith Lademann in 1906. They had one son and one daughter. The article was authored by Andreas von Beringe, who sounds to be one of Robert’s great grandsons, including his brother Niklas.

  5. PhotoExpert responds:

    Most impressive Bigfoot footage ever? NO WAY!

    But it does get my vote for the LEAST IMPRESSIVE Bigfoot footage ever.

  6. johnp3907 responds:

    Least impressive CGI ever.

  7. cryptokellie responds:

    A call for subscribers.
    The Bigfoot figure is CGI folks.

  8. springheeledjack responds:

    Go DWA and Insanity.

    When a thread starts as “Most impressive BF footage ever” it better stack up against Patty, which this clearly (or more accurately “obscurely”) does not.

    10 seconds in the dark of what could be a person in a costume don’t constitute “footage.”

    It does get my Spidey sense a-tingling however.

    Some days here, I feel like the dude on the panel of the Gong Show waiting to push the buzzer to end the silliness…

  9. springheeledjack responds:

    Actually the gait looks very frankenstein-esque which definitely tosses it into a whole different pile of “footage.”

  10. Insanity responds:

    I attempted to edit my post to include the link, here it is.

    http://www.berggorilla.org/fileadmin/user_upload/pdf/journal/journal-en/gorilla-journal-24-english.pdf

    Page 11 has a small portion on his family.

  11. eyeofstrm responds:

    Does anyone know what type of trail camera he purchased? I would love to have one with a ten second delay on the motion sensor, what a great concept, they must have sold millions. As for the video, amazing, especially how it ( BIGFOOT ) stays in camera and makes that real nice mechanical type turn before leaving the scene, probably to remove the very large stick it has jammed up it’s rearend. Whoever this Roger Patterson guy is, he’s gotta be so yesterday after this one.

  12. Raiderpithicusblaci responds:

    Most impressive footage of The Grinch I’ve ever seen.

  13. Raiderpithicusblaci responds:

    Very good footage of The Grinch; best I’ve ever seen.

  14. RedLandsBigfoot responds:

    CGI hoax.

  15. Caete responds:

    Something’s fishy in Denmark. There is a lot of dubiousness to this. As noted, the amazing 10 second NON ADJUSTABLE delay trail cam is quite a find, especially amongst video trail cams and not just stills. The rather short Bigfoot. He might be a bit tall for a stormtrooper but he’s a pgymy BF. Nice we don’t get to see the legs moving. Heck we don’t get to see the arms moving much either. Next we have some really odd highlighting of the fur, almost like someone just used a filter to select high points and apply grey. The most annoying thing to me though, besides the screaming fakeness of the video, is the timing. “Bigfoot” takes 4 seconds to walk from the to the left of the middle of the tent opening and off the right side screen. That’s a 4 second slow stroll. Yet since this doesn’t start with BF looking in the camera, investigating the tent, etc, we are left to presume that it took BF 10 seconds to stroll into frame and walk to the middle of the camera focal point and then a mere 4 seconds to finish his journey. That alone screams poor CGI model and why they edited it to not walk into frame, but to mere shuffle out of frame with no real movement to the extremities. I mean look at it, the arms don’t swing except for a tiny bit of sway from the elbows down.

    Honestly, watching it again and guestimating the distance from the left side to triggering the camera point and then the distance left to travel out of shot to the right, BF should have been in the shot 15-20 more seconds not 4.




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