In the early spring of 2011 I captured seven frames of a "Bigfoot" watching me walk down a hill. I was using my back trail camera. They day was clear and bright and the subject had the sunlight on him. It appears in the video that the subject is "Blue". I do know that black hair when exposed to such conditions will look blue and I am making the assumption this is what happen. It is either that or a man in a complete blue body suit to include head covering was following me in a remote area.
Below are the series of still captures from the video:
This is a before/after shot of the subject:
That is all I was able to capture of him, a review of the entire day only showed these seven frames. That is how good they are at being stealthy. Below are drawings I did off the blow up of the Bigfoot. On frame shows the eyes pretty well while other frames show the facial features.
It looks like someone wearing their cap backwards.ReplyDelete
looks like someone wearing a cap backwards.ReplyDelete
Scott, That is really cool! Can you tell what is behind the red leaves to the left of the big trunk at the very top? When I move between 3 & 4 the black looks like it changes.ReplyDelete
By the way, what is happening with Greg Craddock? His he not posting anymore?
Neat photo. I wish I had a good explanation other than light playingReplyDelete
a trick on our eyes. The color gray may be responsible for the blue hue, but I doubt it. At one of my favorite sites a few years back, I saw
a reflection of light. Upon looking through my binouculars, I realized
I was looking at the back of a deer. The sun's angle and the deer's
sleek coat produced the reflection. As to Missin Misty's question
about Greg Craddock, I too, would like to know. I enjoy his work.
Scott, This is Amazing! How You have the 'Nerve' to go Back into the Forrest....after ALL of the Stuff You have Captured on Film...I am in AWE of You!! I Hope YOU will be the Person who brings 110% Proof to the Public....'There is MORE in the Forrests than We can Imagine'!! __Be Safe!ReplyDelete
Scott Carpenter is one of the BEST Researchers in the ongoing quest to get 100% PROOF--'Big Foot' and other 'Creatures' are REAL!ReplyDelete
Awesome captures, Scott!!ReplyDelete
I have seen violet blue eyeshine. In some of my photos there are what look like blue bf, too. So you are not alone. I believe you said something like the more you learn the weirder it gets.......so , yeah.ReplyDelete
Have you ever heard of the "blue people of Kentucky? Seriously. Look it up. It was found out that they were the product of years of inbreeding & a genetic blood disorder. Maybe this is the offspring of a breeding between a Sasquatch & one of these mountain people.ReplyDelete
Saw the new Mountain Monsters last night and one of the men on the show mentioned the Hell Hound has been reported as "blue" wonder if there is any connection between that and what you have found? Were you aware of this already? Sure is strange...ReplyDelete
Hi Scott. Have you ever heard of the "Blue people" of Kentucky?Seriously, look it up. They are/were a family of people who had a genetic blood disorder that made their skin blue. Remember the guy called "Papa Smurf" who recently passed away. Maybe what you have captured in your footage is a cross between one of these people & a Sasquatch. Who knows? I believe it was reported that this family moved even deeper into the forests because of ridicule. I don't know for sure. It was also reported there was some inbreeding going on. The facts are out there for everyone to see. Please continue to be careful & keep up the fantastic work.ReplyDelete
Old Man...Misty, I'm still here! I apologize for not keeping the blog updated over the past couple months. I've had a ton of personal projects and some family issues to take care of not to mention it's just been plain out quiet in the woods lately. It's been absolutely inactive around our home. Activity seems to taper off every year right after Christmas for some reason. I have been able to get some interesting audio and video over the past few weeks from the national park as the bigfoot are back in full swing in my research area. I promise I'll get an update out hopefully by this weekend. Thanks for asking about me! Scott, as always...great job! Love the blue bigfoot pictures. Things just keep getting stranger and stranger.ReplyDelete