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Manitoba Bigfoot Footage Returns

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Back in 2005 a ferryboat driver named Bobby Clarke was floating along the Nelson River when something caught his eye on the opposite bank. It was a big black creature of some kind so he took an old camcorder that he kept on the boat and took some footage of the creature. He took a 2:49 video which many people agree on could very well be Bigfoot. Clarke went on to show the tape to friends and alot of the locals in the area and then went onto to sell rights to screen it to “A current Affair”.

Clarke was quoted as saying ” he had been nervous ever since seeing the creature. especially when he takes his ferry over to that side of the river where he spotted the creature”. A Current Affair would launch an expedition to Manitoba to try and locate the bigfoot or sasquatch or signs of its existance but no results were ever published or announced. A few weeks after after the clarke monster sighting was no longer a hot headline the entire magazine would be canceled by fox television.

Here is the Clarke bigfoot footage so you can take a look and decide for yourself !

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New “Champ Video” Enhancements

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Here are more video enhancements of the Lake Champlain “Champ Video” taken by Eric Olsen. It is still undertermined what the creature actually is in the video , could this truely be “CHAMP” ?  With more and more stable and enchanced version of the video , you can form your own opinion.

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Bigfoot makes tracks online

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The creature known as Bigfoot, Sasquatch — or Se’sxac among the Coast Salish — is now covering a whole new territory; the Internet.

A Texas man, a self-styled Bigfoot researcher, has posted a video he claims to have taken near Tofino in July 2006.

Claims of the creature on Vancouver Island go back many years, and a Comox Valley man who has researched Bigfoot, John Bindernagel, claims to have found footprints in Strathcona Park near Mount Washington.

Bindernagel, a biologist, wrote North America’s Great Ape: The Sasquatch.

He is concerned that the ability to post videos by anyone claiming it to be a Sasquatch will damage efforts to do genuine scientific research into the phenomenon.

“For me the Internet is a mixed bag, it’s easier to report a sighting, but it’s not vetted very well.”

In 2005 Bindernagel told the Daily News that since 1850 there have been about 100 sightings on the Island. In the same time there have been about 400 sightings in B.C., a number he thinks is low due to fear of being mocked.

Though evidence has yet to surface proving Bindernagel’s claim the Sasquatch is real, he thinks that a scientific approach could prove its existence.

He is now working on a second book about the phenomenon to argue why scientists should give it serious consideration.

He said fuzzy films on the Internet do not help him making that argument.

“The evidence doesn’t get scrutinized objectively,” said Bindernagel. “We can’t bring the evidence to our colleagues because it’s perceived as tabloid.”

One Nanaimo man familiar with most native animals on the Island is Ron Heusen, a senior conservation officer.

He’s never seen anything but bear, elk, deer and similar wildlife.

“The Ministry of Environment through the provincial Wildlife Act does not regulate Bigfoot - it’s not in the Wildlife Act,” Heusen joked.

Though Heusen’s never had a call about such a creature, he said it would be easy to mistake a bear or other animal for a Sasquatch.

“It would be easy to make an honest mistake.”

Source: canada.com

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Sightings, real or not, make Bigfoot legend live on

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Columbia Police Department is investigating a slew of Bigfoot sightings near the Pearl River, according to The Columbian-Progress.

The police chief indicated he believes it’s a hoax, but it makes you wonder, “What if it’s not?”

The next time I’m sitting in the deer stand and it’s dark and murky, I will probably spot one.

And then like the hundreds of other witnesses to the cultural phenomenon will have no tangible proof, and then everyone will think I’m crazy.

I first learned of Bigfoot while watching TV in my camp amid the swamps. It’s way out there - 30 minutes from the nearest Piggly Wiggly and just one bar with Verizon Wireless. And what pops on the TV, a Bigfoot special. Scared me to death.

I almost forgot about sasquatch (well, minus those beef jerky commercials) until some friends from Columbia were talking about it last week.

And as God as my witness, one of friends went out searching for it last week.

Let me tell you about Laura. I just met her two weeks ago, a friend of a friend. She lives in the outskirts of Columbia, and every evening, she sits on her porch with a cigarette, listening to the cackle of her police scanner.

I knew instantly she was my kind of person.

She didn’t find Bigfoot, but she did discover a track. No lies.

I wanted to make Mississippi famous, something other than Frank Melton stories.

I called CNN; no bites. I called Fox News; they said they couldn’t cover it because it could mock their viewers.

So, I decided I would write about it.

You may think I am kidding about the whole thing. No, it’s on the Progress’ Web site now. And even better, the police chief said “an out-of-state organization had visited the area with specialized equipment for primate study and had found no evidence of anything unusual.”

I know what you’re thinking; I looked into the matter.

All Fritscher family members are accounted for, and none have passed through the Columbia area. I have some beastly aunts and uncles - quite possibly science’s link between us humans and the homanids.

During my research of Bigfoot, I stumbled upon some nifty facts (all from the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization):

  • Mississippi has had 18 sightings confirmed by the BFRO. The BFRO’s Web site said it investigates sightings and only posts information of likely ones.
  • No sightings in Rankin County, unfortunately. Maybe the county’s icy law enforcement officials act as a deterrent. Or maybe Bigfoot just plain prefers cocktails over beer.
  • Clark and Lauderdale counties lead the state in sightings with three each.
  • Bigfoots are not dangerous, says the BFRO’s Web site. But sometimes they can get territorial and stalk people, which - allegedly - spooks off humans. They do eat aggressive pets though.

    It does make me wonder why, despite hundreds of sightings, that tangible evidence has never been left behind. Although most sightings are reported along the Pacific Coast (469 in Washington and 411 in California), you think someone in the South would’ve trapped one.

    Why hasn’t anyone in Columbia trapped it or at least got close enough to snap a photo?

    Whether it’s a hoax, folklore or the imagination of some crafty individuals - sightings, real or not, make the legend live on.

    Maybe the Columbia Bigfoot will wander up the Pearl and pay Rankin a visit. Perhaps a stop in Flowood for some newly legalized fire water on the rocks.

    Maybe they are out there; they may just be that good.

    Source: rankinledger

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    Big Foot In Santa Cruz Mountains?

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    FELTON, Calif.,- Deep in the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains exists a place where a legend  lives.

    In parts of the world it is known as the Yeti, in others it’s Sasquatch, but just about everyone at some point or another has heard of Big Foot.

    The question is, does Big Foot really exist in the Santa Cruz Mountains?

    Perhaps one location that you can find the answers ist the Big Foot Discovery Project Museum located in Felton. Operator Michael Rug has devoted the past 50 years in researching the elusive creature. After having experienced a sighting as a child he says they can and do exist.

    “We’ve had about four dozen reports come in, and I’m quite confident that some of those are bogus. Some people are seeing black bears and mistaking them for big foot, some people are not seeing anything at all, it’s there imagination getting carried away, and we’ve even had a few hoaxes pop up. To me that means we have a genuine subset of the big foot phenomenon right here in Santa Cruz,” says Rug.

    When asked what he thinks of people who do not believe there is anything strange living the Santa Cruz Mountains, he says: “I say to people, try to put yourself in my shoes. You see something, it registers in your brain with your two eyes, and it says there is a large bi-pedal primate walking through the woods.”

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    Olsen Lake Champlain “Champ” Video

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    This video is being looked over and diagnosed by people everywhere. Many think that this could be actual video footage of the famous lake monster of Lake Champlain ” Champ”. Some others are more sceptical and believe it is more likely a moose or some other animal. Here is the video in a more stable and even an enhanced version for you to decided and form your own opinion.

    Enhanced Version

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    Olsen Lake Champlain “Champ” Video

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    This video is still being examined and looked over by many many people. There are many people who believe this could be actual video of “Champ” of Lake Champlain or possibly just a moose. Here is a more stable version of the video taken aswell as a enhanced version aswell.

    Enhanced Version

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    “Champ” sighting on Lake Champlain?

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    PORT HENRY — A Vermont man shot a cell-phone video that some people are calling a new sighting of the legendary Lake Champlain creature, Champ.

    Eric Olsen, 37, a Web site developer and musician in Burlington, posted the two-minute video on YouTube.

    He said he shot it Sunday at about 5:30 a.m. from Oakledge Park near the Burlington waterfront.

    The blurry clip shows a swimming animal raise its head above water several times, then drop from sight.

    Although many people are saying the creature could be Champ, Olsen isn’t one of them.

    “I put this up because it was strange, not because I think it is Champ,” he wrote in his comments on YouTube. “I shot this video, with cellphone, of something in the lake at Oakledge Park on Sunday.”

    Olsen doesn’t have a listed phone number.

    He asked YouTube users if anyone else was in the park and saw the creature.

    “Was anyone else out and about around Oakledge on Sunday just after sunrise who saw this as well?”

    But after 73 postings, mostly from people who think he saw Champ, Olsen disabled YouTube’s commenting capability for his video.

    A comment poster using the name “talkinglake” was enthusiastic about the video.

    “Looks Champ-like to me! And some who have seen such sights in the past were alarmed that our creature had died, but maybe life lives on! Yay. Cool vid.”

    Some users commented that Olsen had only joined YouTube on May 16 and had posted just three other videos.

    But by early Wednesday, there had been more than 36,000 viewings of the video, which Olsen named “Strange sighting on Lake Champlain.”

    One of those was Joe Nickell, a cryptozoologist in Amherst, who told the Associated Press he believes that the creature was a young moose swimming in the lake.

    Ellen Marsden, a biology professor at the University of Vermont, agreed with Nickell, telling the Burlington Free Press she thinks the animal could be a young moose in distress.

    Olsen admits he doesn’t know what it was.

    Tracked down by a reporter for the Free Press, he told the paper, “It struck me as something that was long (and) that it didn’t have much girth.”

    The Free Press contacted its own consulting cryptozoologist, Loren Coleman of Portland, Maine, who said a laboratory analysis would be necessary.

    “The film needs to have a formal forensic analysis performed, to break it down frame by frame. It needs to be looked at very seriously.”

    Cryptozoology is the study of legendary or mythical creatures.

    Since the Vermont-based Champ Quest group became inactive a few years ago, there has been no central clearinghouse for Champ sightings.

    Last summer, there were few reported sightings of the legendary lake monster.

    Its first sighting was in 1609 by French explorer Samuel de Champlain, who noted in his diary that he had seen a “sea serpent.”

    Hundreds of Champ sightings on Lake Champlain have been reported over the years, most from Bulwagga Bay in Port Henry and Button Bay near Vergennes, Vt.

    Former Champ Quest Director Dennis Hall had shot video of a large creature swimming in Button Bay.

    The most famous Champ photo was taken in 1977 by Sandra Mansi, now of Bristol, Vt. That photo of a long-necked creature was published in the New York Times.

    Many people believe Champ is a large sturgeon, while others think it is a genuine prehistoric throwback, maybe a plesiosaur.

    Whatever the animal was that Olsen saw, he told the Free Press that he never saw it leave the water.

    He said he stopped filming after two minutes because his cell phone was running out of memory.

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    Strange sighting on lake champlain

    Source: freepressrebulic

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