Friday, April 13, 2012

White Bigfoot or Patchy Ungulate?

An rough animated dark-headed ungulate with the foreground legs white. It creates a similar shape
 and gait to the alleged light-colored Bigfoot in the MK's video analysis.
We did the rough animation above after seeing MK Davis's video at Bigfoot Evidence. The video M.K. Davis released shows a possible light-colored Bigfoot. The gait to us looks like gallop with half the information missing, as if the legs in the background are dark. Dark enough to blend into the background. In MK's Video we see a leading head that seems darker than the rest of the body.

This would also take into account two distinct moments MK points out; the hind legs kicking up, and the portion MK refers to as the "big step".

Our crude animation placed on top of MK's isolated GIF. The part MK has
 isolated is too close to a tree and may hide any suggestion of a head.

Its all very hard to determine, but the white blob in our animation looks similar to the movement in the video to us. We would love to hear what you think. Please, feel free to shoot holes into our theory in the comments below. Obviously we always want it to be Bigfoot, but we see a gallop happening, not a bipedal gait. We have contacted MK Davis and asked him to weigh in.

Here is MK's video analysis below.

28 comments:

  1. The first time I seen this footage I was in bed, viewing it with my smartphone. I can see where someone could draw an outline of a cow over the figure. But upon further reveiw on my 32" monitor, there is no doubt in my mind that this is a Sasquatch. I think the logic that you put forth to make the jump that it could be a cow, is the same logic that I could toss right back at you (as far as the head and legs being diffrent colors). Think of this: if you happend to be a white bigfoot, do you think the rest of the clan, tribe, pack would want you around? You would stick out like a sore thumb, so that would explain to me why it is we seem to catch a lot of the white one's on video and hear stories of the white Sasquatch's fending for there own interest. At lest it would seem that the white ones are not day-whatchers,and it seems that the white ones are not as concerned about showing themselves (maybe its hunger that makes them so bold) Now regurdless of why the aniaml is white; ie: old, disease, results of inbreeding, ad nauseam. It is just an idea, I am sure there will be plenty of people to smash this hypotheses to the ground. In any event, if you are a white bigfoot and the most that people see of you is your head peaking around trees or sticking out of brush piles, you might rub mud and dirt on that big shiny dome of yours. And the legs being differnt colors would make sense if you were running around the forest all day, you are bound to get those white legs dirty. The cow theory almost makes sense un-till the figure grows when it gets to the tree line, and stoped behind those trees for a moment. And what about the vocalization at the end of the video?
    sbizkit38

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    1. Thanks swbizkit. I find the idea of a white Bigfoot being an outcast fascinating. Thats a great concept. I like how you take it further and consider how a white Sasquatch would adapt to being white. Thanks for your comment.

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  2. I agree also it looks real, and I know Mr. Johnson will jump on MK Davis where ever possible to show him wrong or in a bad light. You have your click that you must cater too right... So do your best boys it's not about Bigfoot it's about protecting your turf and MK is no longer allowed in your club .

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    1. Anon, which Mr.Johnson are you speaking about? We believe MK has made some great contributions to the community, and personally consider him a friend. We don't agree with everything he has said/done, but that's healthy.

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  3. I'd like to see the files MK's working with, or at least a a direct screen capture of what she's showing rather than a camera pointed at the screen. When there's an option to have an earlier generation of imagery, that is, one that is less removed from the original, that's usually preferable when it comes to drawing conclusions.

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    1. We asked MK for some of the animations he's working with and hopefully he will send us something, if he does we will post it.

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  4. Interesting! For sure looks "squatchy", but why isn't the cow reacting? You would think there'd be some startled reaction?

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  5. Are you referring to John L. Johnsen?

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  6. It's difficult. When I saw it the first few times, I was so fascinated by the unusual movements, that I didn't get past that. Now, seeing it later on after a break, it looks, is shaped like, and moves a helluva lot like a human and not a Bigfoot. It makes no logical sense to drop to all four and hop like that. The run only seems fast because it's full speed and nothing else in the video is moving. If it is a BF, I don't think he's white. He's out in the open, so I suspect he'd be light colored, but the body looked so human. If this is a BF, he is not traditionally shaped. I won't say it's a hoax, but going to all four for no reason seems really odd. Since there are a lot of tales of BF's going on all four, if you were going to hoax, that'd be the thing to include. I'd love to see the original film and see that this is part of a long tape or something and see how it integrates there instead of seeing it on the computer. Just for this video alone, though, I'd say it's the most impressive blobsquatch I've seen in a lot of years.

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    1. We just added a post that covers some of the anomalies you mention. http://www.bigfootlunchclub.com/2012/04/four-year-white-bigfoot-project-50-vhs.html

      On the phone with MK Davis he said it is almost as if the subject has telescoping thighs. Weird huh?

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  7. Ok the first thing that I saw was it had a light body and a dark head a 2 tone BF? I all so notice that there was a dark area in between the legs that’s got me thinking its fake but not totally. And why would it go on all fours for no reason then when its pick up again once it pass the cow why go up right. Now I can say the strides were very long and if you get toward the end after it crossed the creek and can make out its large feet so this one has me secretion my head. The first part to me seems not right but then after that it really looks like the big guy Hmmmmm.
    One more thing was there any tracks found in the area that would help me make up my mind as I am on the fence on this one?

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  8. Mk Davis does a great job on this analysis. Your crude example can't even come close. I think there is a very real possibility that this is indeed a sasquatch.

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    1. Anon, I hope you checked out the updated post at http://www.bigfootlunchclub.com/2012/04/four-year-white-bigfoot-project-50-vhs.html

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    2. This is more drama about another pathetic BlobSquatch. If it were a bipedal or not an ungulate, the cows plainly in the foreground would have been spooked.

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  9. it is a WHITE BIGFOOT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Perhaps a Holstein Bigfoot!

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  10. why has nobody aid it s a horse or am i being obviusly stupid. when i look at it u see he movements of a horse. once you have that thought in your head then watch it ,i think thats what you see. someone puts a sasquatch caught on tape title and your mind is set to look for a bipedal image. if you take the pre programming away and call it a horse thats what you see. well thats my thought on it anyway. at the very least it allows us to think about something in our mundane lifes[maybe thats just me]

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    1. That's what I was about to say!!! It looks like a horse with a white neck, and front legs, with a darker head and rear end, so all we can see is the front end trotting through the trees. The white front end makes it look like a bipedal animal, while the darker rear end looks invisible on the poor video capture. A "Paint" colored horse, trotting through the trees, no big deal.

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  11. ps. now ive watched it again.i took the timeto read your thoughts this time. you are virtualysaying what i am saying but leaving it opento being a deer/pony etc...duh!!!
    anyway why would something as bright as this ,that chooses to walk in daylight,have not been filmed 20x a day? its ridiculas when you think what the guy is claiming ie a bright white ape/man the size of a cow walking about the countryside on 2 feet! lol

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  12. GEEZ....Watch the cow, it does not react at all !!! Cows are jumpy,especially if a 6-9 ft human like being hops and runs by it. We see what we want to see.

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    1. the one cow looks up eventually and two others run towards it later in video

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  13. there is no way that's a horse not after watching the later part of the video there are only 2 legs after it breaks into the open

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  14. A horse lopes with suspension just as this figure is doing....all four feet off the ground with forward motion....Bovines are curious...will they necessarily leave the area immediately? Not so...not without a good look at whatever has their attention....(Cattle rancher/horses owner)

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  15. The beast stands in the beginning before getting down. i just think you missed on this one.

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  16. I live on a ranch in rural Colorado. I am the caretaker of 250 head of cattle. THIS LOOKS NOTHING LIKE A HEFFER GALLOPING! THE CHIT YOU PEOPLE COME UP WITH TO DISCREDIT THESE VIDEOS DESERVES IT'S OWN SHOW! I SWEAR TO PHUCKING GOD!

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  17. Actually almost looks like a person squatting down, trying to run like a gorilla, falling over behind a tree, getting back up, and running off.

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