Tuesday, October 23, 2012

ABC Affiliate: Texas Man to Release more Bigfoot Videos

Photograph of Dallas Man's claim of Capturing Bigfoot on Camera
By now you have heard of Dallas business man who claims to have taken a picture of several bigfoot, including a family group of three. You also may know he wishes to remain anonymous.

In new reporting broadcast last night (10.22.2012) by ABC affiliate in Austin, Texas. The man plans on releasing more videos in the near future. You can read the article below followed by the KVUE.com video.

DALLAS, Texas -- When you think of Bigfoot, you may think of the northwest. But, in recent years, there have been reported sightings in East Texas, and even near Dallas.
Now, a Dallas businessman said he has picture proof after snapping a picture in Shelby County.

Once a non-believer himself, he said he is changed man after seeing something move in the woods. He grabbed his camera and captured an image of what he believes is the legendary Bigfoot.

In the picture, a black area that could be seen as a figure is captured amongst the trees in a heavily wooded area. The photographer said that black area is the hairy creature. 

The photographer wants to remain anonymous. However, he won't be stepping back from his newfound discovery. He said he plans to release more video evidence in the future.
In Texas, one area known for its Bigfoot sightings is Caddo Lake. According to the Texas Bigfoot Research Center, hundreds of sightings have been reported. The TBRC talked about the sightings in a 2006 Travel Channel documentary.
SRC: KVUE.com


While there are some who have debunked this photograph (see: Texas Photographer Snaps Picture of Bigfoot). We will be looking forward to seeing the new videos for the community to analyze.


1 comment:

  1. if thats bigfoot then he needs to bulk up a little.that thing is tiny.its gotta be a crow or other bird

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