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Friday, August 31, 2012

LINK: Is Bigfoot On The Loose In The Ohio Woods?


So a YouTube video (recorded in April) shows a creature covered in thick, dark hair bolting across a path in North East Ohio’s Grand River area.
The person filming appears to be riding a motorbike or scooter down the forest path, taking in the scenery.
Then all of a sudden, ‘Bigfoot’ crosses the path from left to right, holding what appears to be a stick in his right hand.
The unnamed rider immediately veers off into the bushes before turning the bike around and driving off in the opposite direction.
Do you believe? Free tickets to anything you want if you capture Big Foot and bring him/her to the Q104 Studios…ALIVE! LOL

Read more HERE

1 comment:

chris said...

While there is undoubtedly plenty of forest here in Northeast Ohio the footage is surely fake. Wide cuffs and ankles are not a good sign, nor is the fact that the rider immediately turns and rides off.

Most significantly for me is the overall "feel" of the subject's movements as he crosses the trail. Very much a human.