March 24, 2011 by staff
Bigfoot Video, Have a video capture North Carolina man of the elusive Bigfoot? Or is it the short sequence shows a fuzzy gorilla suited hoaxer? Shelby Thomas Byers contacted WCNC NewsChannel 36 in Charlotte, saying he was filming a 7 meters high, -pound, six-toed Bigfoot, a distance of to 20 feet away, walking on a local road in the Rutherford County, on Tuesday evening.
“It crossed the road and into the woods right in front of us, and I could shoot,” Byers e-mail the news station. “In the short video you can hear rumbling or growling at me.”
According to the story of Byers of the incident, he and a friend, Carolyn Wright, “drove Golden Valley Road … just off Highway 226 when there is both a large furry animal upright, brown between 6 and 7 feet high is to leave the field beside the road.
“Carolyn stopped the truck and jumped in the truck with a small video camera and began shooting a video of Bigfoot as he crossed the road in front of the truck and into the thick woods and brush at the roadside.
“He was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever seen, and if I did not get into the woods on the video, I watched the run on the side of a small mountain, crashing into the bushes as he ran, “said Byers.
Byers added that, as he filmed everything he was, “he turned her head toward me and growled and growled at me as he crossed the road.”
He also recalls the “animals” feel “like a cross between a skunk and roadkill.”
As you can imagine, many comments – and cons – on this story accumulates on the Internet, including this one, which echoes many viral sense:
“What a load of s *** … a guy who crosses the road in a gorilla suit … that would be why it is blurry … why all the videos and photos of Bigfoot blurry? Oh let me a stab at it: “Because they are all wrong, I do not think we humans have seen everything there is to see in this world, but when you show me a video is under discussion and does not seem to be some “weirdo suited gorilla, then I think someone has caught Bigfoot on film.”
This is not the first Bigfoot story out of North Carolina. In the 1970s, several eyewitnesses spotted a creature known as “Knobby”.
Last summer, Tim Peeler said he chased a 10-foot tall, blond Bigfoot mountain of her possessions. He said he got close enough to push the intruder with a stick.
A respected local Bigfoot hunter, Mike Greene, Salisbury, watched the video and Byers told NewsChannel 36, a real Bigfoot creature would have been only five toes, with a different stride.
“This is a mincing walk, as someone who can not see out of the mix,” said Greene, who believes the video is fake Byers.
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