Thursday, February 23, 2012

Melissa Hovey Releases Detailed Bigfoot Picture

Possible Sasquatch Picture Taken from a Game Cam (click to enlarge)
"This witness asked for my help in seeking protection for what he/she claimed was a Bigfoot that had been coming onto his/her property." --Melissa Hovey


On the Search for Bigfoot blog. Melissa Hovey has released the above picture of a Sasquatch. She has taken thorough measures to preserve the use of the photo. Out of respect for her and the American Bigfoot Society we have re-posted their requested use of the photo below.
In early 2008 I was contacted via email by a person claiming to have photographed a Bigfoot. The photo is posted above.
The American Bigfoot Society holds the copyright for this image for any and all purposes. As stated in the last article, if and when the true owner of this photo steps up, we will turn the copyright over to them, and they can cover this.
Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only. Commercial copying, hiring, lending is strictly prohibited.
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The ABS is not releasing this photo to help any potential hoaxer.

We recommend reading the rest of the story at the Search for Bigfoot Blog as well as read Melissa Hovey 's  letter to the witness.

16 comments:

  1. Obviously faked. None of the hairs connect to the skin through hair follicles. Meh.

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  2. If it is a fake, bravo! I myself am undecided. Reason being is simple, I've seen something just like that!

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  3. Costume from the movie Clawed.

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    1. we saw a picture of the claw costume. The sparseness and color of the fur look spot on, but the way the head connects to the shoulders looks different than the photo above.

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    2. There is a rental mechanical baboon with that kind of fur. It is likely to have been bashed around enough to look like that.

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  4. thats so fake and i believe in bigfoot.it looks like the back of a old mans head!

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  5. Its my Uncle Rocco. Its just how he looks on the beach at Seaside Heights.

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  6. it is hard to imagine that one can get this one very clear photo and no others, from different angles. This is not a quick shot with a flash, the lighting comes from at least two angles, implying that it is a very carefully posed shot.

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  7. Okie dokie that bigfoot is as hokey as the Hokey Pokey!

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  8. Nobody has the kind of cash to dupe this to the extent that you can not really identify whether it is real or not... So I am of the mind sync that it is real....

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    1. I can duplicate it with some furs I have, but I do not want to do that kind of damage to them.

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  9. Interesting photo. If you click on the photo to enlarge it, look one inch above the "m" in American. Is that a mole? A tick?

    My primary concern with the photo is the angle. I do not know much about game cams. They are triggered by movement, correct? For this angle it would seem the subject backed into the shot. Wouldn't a side or frontal shot make more sense? Again, I do not know much about game cams. If you this angle makes sense (and not in a hoax way) please explain it to me.

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    1. Im with you, some cams are motion activated, and there are many that take pics at different times ( 30 sec, 1 min, ect.)
      My question is why would you place your camera 8 feet off the darn ground? Huntin giraffes? Big fat fakie, to me.

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  10. Looks like Bigfoot has a taste for plastic plants too....

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  11. This is said to be one of a series of photos...I would be very intereted in seeing the others in this sequence.

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  12. 1st plant I ever seen in my life grow 90 degrees left handed near left side top of photo.. Just that gives this photo a huge warning sign of FAKE

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