In my research I play off this Bigfoot habit. When I get the strong feeling that a Bigfoot is near and that I am being watched I will purposely focus my attention in the opposite direction of where I think the Bigfoot is located. I will literally turn my back to the Bigfoot in the hopes that my "Back Trail" camera may catch the Bigfoot peaking at me. Doing this can be very disconcerting and even eerie but this strategy has proven effective.
In the following still captures I highlight what I think is a possible Bigfoot captured on video using the strategy I described above. When I begin to get the overwhelming feeling the Bigfoot was near I stopped for approximately five minutes on the trail, turned my back to the location where I thought the Bigfoot was located, and pretend to focus my attention in the opposite direction. These still captures show what appear to be the dome shape of the top of head, forehead, brow, and upper eye sockets.
Head Movement: I am stationary during the recording of the video but the subject is moving slightly. Below are captures from the video where the head is moving.