Angry Disclaimer: This is a presentation I did on a few individual HD frames I pulled from the latest video featuring a “reported” Bigfoot in the state of Georgia. I did not shoot the video. I don’t know the family that did. I am making no claims about the video other than I found some interesting things in the video. If you came here to watch a presentation that clearly authenticates the Bigfoot in that video, you will be sadly disappointed. If you came here to watch a presentation that clearly identifies the video or the subject in the video a fraud or misidentification of some other bipedal hominid, then again, you will be sadly disappointed. I think what I found is interesting. That’s it. The word “interesting” in this case implies that a few images look like something of note, but could be nothing at all. You are welcome to leave a comment, but make it constructive. Hint – a single derogatory word is not constructive. And please don’t malign the family or the kid on this blog. You don’t know them. You cannot say with any certainty that this is a hoax. Unless you’ve got pictures of a big guy putting on his gorilla suit in this family’s backyard, keep your accusations off this blog. I’ve seen too many people irresponsibly insult this kid and the family for no reason at all. It pisses me off.
Nice Disclaimer: Enjoy the presentation, and thanks for being respectful.
Note: The slide show runs automatically, but you can stop and even step through it to read the slides if you wish. Just hover over the slide show window with your cursor and you will see the controls pop up at the bottom of the window.
For those of you who didn’t watch the presentation, you will notice that the images below don’t look “natural.” That’s because I separated the bipedal subject from the background to have less surface area and fewer pixels to tweak and try to clean up. The background remained unaffected by my process with the exception of the last image where I converted it and the bipedal subject both to black and white.
FindBigfoot‘s analysis of video (includes original video in its entirety).
Christopher Noel’s video showing size comparison with a 6′, 185 lb man.
I’ve developed some very complicated mathematical equations that I don’t understand to once and for all solve the question of how big Patty was. For those of you who don’t know, Patty is the name of the female Bigfoot Roger Patterson caught on film in 1967. Its authenticity’s been debated since the day Patterson shared it with the rest of the world. Some think it’s a guy in a gorilla suit. Some think it’s the real thing. While a third group think its Lyndon Johnson taking a nude stroll through the woods.
I’m here to definitively tell you that the creature in the film is 8’1″ tall. Here’s my proof.
I’m waiting on edits, so I’m in a holding pattern on The Land of the Dead at the moment. So, enjoy this somewhat abstract image of Bigfoot I put together in Photoshop Elements.
BTW – I created the above image from this frame of video. I see someone something trying to hide its face. Other people see shadows and light forming what looks like a face.
This is a Blobsquatch!
Update: Watch the slide show before the video. The slide show features the frame with the finger and thumb. I added some filters to the hand so you can better understand what I’m referring to. People were having trouble seeing it in the video, and I realized that I’m so familiar with about 120 frames of this video that I could probably draw them from memory. I see subtle changes. Frame A goes from a fist to extended finger and thumb in Frame B, but you’ll only see that in the video. You might not see it at all. Who knows? Watch the slide show to know what to look for.
BTW – the gorilla image I use as comparison is similar but not exact. The gorilla’s hand is lower on the face than the subject in the video grab. The “ape” in the video grab is lowering his head and touching around where his temple should be.
One more BTW – This is all just my opinion. This is what I see and believe. I’m not offended if you’re not on-board. That’s totally cool. I’m not real comfortable with abusive comments to me or anyone else on this blog, so voice your opinion, but be nice or I’ll give you the boot.
This video footage of Bigfoot has consumed me the last couple of days. I’ve got to get back on my writing schedule. Actually, I have to double time it, now.
I posted a video earlier showing what I thought looked like the face of a Bigfoot that Canadian Sasquatch Tracker and friends unwittingly captured during a 4 hour hike. They posted 8:30 minutes of the hike which revealed someone or something throwing rocks at them. It happened over a dozen times.
I found something else in a shorter version of the video they posted. I found a hand. Not just a hand, but a moving hand. It’s just two frames, but it clearly shows movement. It shows a finger and what looks like a thumb. First, it has huge hands. Second, I may have been wrong about the position of his hands in the first video I posted. It appears now that the creature’s left arm is coming across it’s body and touching the right side of it’s face and head. It is hiding itself.
In my opinion, this is not a hoax. This is not a guy in a costume. This is not digital artifacts. This is not the wind or shadows and light. I’m now prepared to say this is Bigfoot or at the very least an unknown ape. I can’t say he’s bipedal because I can’t see his legs in this video. I’ve watched this video dozens and dozens and dozens of times. These animals have evolved to blend into their surroundings perfectly. They do not make sudden movements. This individual is squatting initially. It slowly and slightly ducks down to his left and lies on the sloping hill making one small mistake in his move to conceal himself. He hits a branch that moves a leaf independent of all the other foliage in the area. That’s what kept me coming back to video time and time again. I knew something was there. Something moved that branch. I was hoping it was whatever had just thrown a rock at the hikers.
Let me just finish by saying “Hello, Bigfoot. Nice to finally meet you.” There’s something there, but I can’t say for sure what it is. I may have let my enthusiasm get the best of me.
The image that appears to be an image of Bigfoot has generated a little buzz. Even though I’m the one who posted it, I have to express a word of caution. I was excited when I first saw it, too. But a few days have passed and I’ve decided there are too many unknown variables to declare that it is the real deal. It could very well be digital artifacts creating the appearance of a face. This image was taken from an AVI video frame compressed down from it’s original 1080 HD. I did a frame grab converting it to JPEG, which I opened in Photoshop to enlarge and lighten. In other words, it went a long way to get here. Granted it is extremely interesting, but I’m not claiming this is an actual Bigfoot. I have no idea what it is. The only way to know for sure is to go back to the spot and see if that lump is still there.
A video for your Bigfoot viewing pleasure. My first attempt at an analysis of a Bigfoot video on Youtube. I actually intended to find what some people were referring to as Bigfoot in the clip and prove that it was just a log or a shadow, but damn it if it didn’t have a face, and it moved. Could it be a man in a mask? Yep. Could it be Bigfoot? Yep. Is it a blobsquatch? Most certainly. Nothing definitive here. Just very, very interesting.
The reason I think this is somewhat compelling is that a rock was thrown from that direction, and a branch moves in the area where the face is spotted on what seems to be an otherwise windless day. Taking all this into account, I’m leaning towards there being something there. What, I don’t know.
This is an isolation of the face in the video.
This image may look like nothing out of context, but I’m putting together a video that gives the story behind this picture. Posting it now for the Facebook group. This is a single frame from an 8:30 minute video titled Bigfoot rock throwing encounter – June 11, 2009
Keep in mind that this very well may be a matrixing effect, and it could be a log.
Fellow Charlestonian Stephen Colbert publicly proclaimed that he loves my book Lost Days. He even tried to make out with it. To which I say, “dude, that is gross,” and I would like to proclaim my love for Photoshop.
*BTW – I’m working on Book 4 of the Oz Chronicles for those of you who have been asking and searching. It is so close to completion. Hang in there. I’ve gotten some positive feedback on what I have so far, so I’m hoping you won’t be disappointed.
Teddy once wrote about Bigfoot in his book Wilderness Hunter so it just makes sense that he’s a fan of my Bigfoot tome Lost Days. Here he’s pictured clutching a copy of the book like someone may come along and steal it at any moment. I wanted to Photoshop this image, but Teddy himself requested that I use the original image. Of course, he was carrying a big stick and speaking very softly when he made the request.