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Tuesday, March 02, 2010

CANADIAN BIGFOOT PHOTOGRAPH

This photograph has been proliferated across the Internet for the last week or so. It supposedly shows a sasquatch photographed in Canada recently.

READ ALL ABOUT IT HERE

However, I do not want to be accused of being a raving sceptic as I was when someone tried to pass off a rubber werewolf toy as a goblin photographed in the Middle East last year, (and I urged caution) but I am about as impressed by it as I was by Oll's attempt to build a hang-glider out of chewing gum.

What do you think?

2 comments:

Retrieverman said...

It looks an awful lot like a very dark North American porcupine.

http://www.focusonnature.com/Colora28.jpg

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2241/1661199855_cf53c726d3.jpg

Syd said...

I don't believe a word of the tale.
When it is enlarged to a more viewable size, it seems to be quite clearly the head of a man with rather straggly, unkempt hair, beard and moustache.
Below his beard, you can make out what appears to be the greyish coloured collar of the jacket he was wearing.