The Bigfoot creature may have been captured on a remote trail camera placed in the Sierra National Forest, based on photography evidence released by Sanger Paranormal Society.
Investigator Jeffrey Gonzalez said Tuesday night that multiple cameras were put in place in this remote area on Memorial Day weekend, and retreived on June 7, 2009.
Gonzalez said they did not immediately see the evidence, but upon closer inspection, noticed what appears to be the Bigfoot creature.
Gonzalez said a group returned to the site to review the exact capture spot after many theories surfaced once the original image was released in early July.
The tree stump theory was ruled out, he said, because the “dark object” is not there. Gonzalez said the bear theory does not stand up either, because the image does not have a snout on the head.
“You can see features of a human face such as the nose, mouth and chin,” Gonzalez reports.
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“The arms on a bear, when standing, do not hang that far down. We also took measures on how high this thing was. According to the leaves and the branches that were covering the object’s face, the tape measure said it was between 8 and 9 feet tall. The same camera that took the picture of the object also took pictures of other objects such as black bear and deer, which does not resemble the object in any way.”
My Take: The two photos are from slightly different angles. In the clearest photo, there are two dark trees on either side of the man and from a view a little to the right, they may merge to make up the bigfoot shape. Too bad the original isn’t of the same quality as the photo with the man in it. I did a quick adjustment to show the photo with the man at the same scale as the bigfoot photo:
I may be wrong about this. Is the bigfoot obscuring the lighter tree on the side of the man where his arm is out? Too bad they can’t get a shot of the guy from the exact angle at the exact time of day so the shadows are the same.