The Shoot-or-Not Debate in the Bigfoot Community

by | Jan 23, 2012 | Cryptozoology, Investigation, Psychology, Skepticism | 0 comments

In the new TV show optimistically titled Finding Bigfoot, a man who claims to have captured a Bigfoot on video complains that even if he got a crystal-clear image of the mysterious beast, no one would accept it. While it’s true that a body (live or dead) would be needed for definitive proof, he misses the point. It’s not so much that any Bigfoot video is inherently worthless, it’s that his video, like all that have come before it, is of such poor quality that there’s no way to know what we’re seeing. It could have been anything – a guy in a dark jacket (or gorilla costume), a bear or even Bigfoot. The fatal flaw in Bigfoot photos and videos is the image quality, not the image subject. You can read the story HERE.


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