A couple of campers got the scare of their lives the day before Halloween after they spotted what they claim was the infamous Bigfoot.
The original video has garnered more than 4.3 million YouTube hits and has sparked debate amongst Bigfoot enthusiasts about whether or not the furry beast is actually seen in the video.
For self-proclaimed “Bigfoot Hunter” Tom Biscardi, this sighting seems “to be the real deal.”
And then I lost it laughing…
THERE IS NOTHING THAT BISCARDI DOESN’T CALL “THE REAL DEAL”. Remember the Bigfoot in a freezer? It was “the real deal”. Biscardi is a JOKE and completely unrespected by Bigfooters. Why did ABC interview him?
Next, they talk to Meldrum who is a level voice of reason.
But Jeffery Meldrum, an associate professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University, said there “is very little to go on,” to determine whether or not an actual sighting of Bigfoot took place.
“All we really have contextually is the account of the events by the eye witnesses. I can relate to the emotions of the situation but it would be nice if they held their ground and waited just a little bit longer to capture more of the creature,” Meldrum said. “When it moves, it is really difficult to interpret. The glimpse is slippery. It is hard to discern.”
Biscardi said he hopes to get in touch with Card to go to the Utah site and investigate further.
“If anyone is going to get these creatures, it is us,” he said.