A notable post this morning from Larry Surface on his blog:
“Success at last!! After many months of patient waiting, I caught a Bigfoot on Video! Those who have followed my blog may remember that I said it would be necessary to use moon light without any infrared lighting, well that has been the case.”
Also, check out these audio posts:
Larry’s profile states: “My experience was gained by hunting, trapping, farming, and timber cutting. My goal is to prove the existence of Sasquatch so they can have legal protection…”
He also presents several purported findings in the way of photos of “stone tools” and “language recordings” that may be worth a gander.
While proof may soon be a moot point (with the Ketchum DNA report), the information those like Larry are attempting to collect may ultimately contribute to our understanding of the Wild Folks and I, for one, appreciate his willingness to share these things for our consideration.
Many thanks for Heinz Loewen for the heads up this morning.
You’re welcome to share your thoughts on the above… below. :)
My perspective: This video is simply presented here for your consideration and discussion. Kindly don’t shoot the messenger. *grin* My personal take on it? I don’t know what to think. I had to watch it several times before I saw what looks like short hair standing up on the upper part of the shoulders beneath the neck. If it is a bald human, it’s one with a very hairy back. Pay close attention at the :23-:24 mark. I suspect this was filmed through a starlight device… unlike infrared cameras, starlight scopes and starlight camera lenses amplify ambient light and are therefore passive, rather than active. That makes sense to me… I have come to believe that Sasquatches can see infrared light clearly.
Albinism is occasionally reported in Sasquatch sightings. There are numerous examples of this in my database… I’ll cull them out for you in an upcoming post and we’ll take a look at them. Many years ago, I noticed a correlation between reports of albinism (there are varying degrees) and “crippled” foot tracks, like those found in Bossburg. I’ll delve more deeply into that in an upcoming post as well.
For what it’s worth, here are some photos of albinism in human and non-human primates: