Sunday, January 8, 2012

New Footage: New Mexico Juvenile Bigfoot

Juvenile Bigfoot?
Berg Park, northern New Mexico

While biking in Berg Park in northern New Mexico, a man decided to stop on a bridge and take a picture of the scenery. When he got home to view the photo, he noticed something hunched over, getting ready to climb a tree. Being aware that there are no monkeys native to New Mexico, he had the photo analyzed by his brother and they identified some facial features, hairs, and possible arms.


When they returned to the location, they measured size references and were able to rule out any possible optical illusion. At this point, they're not certain what it could be. However, FB/FB already made a comment on the video and said it's a "very good picture".


Uploaded by TALESFROMTHESCRIPT on Dec 31, 2011
A photograph taken early one morning at a nature park in northern N.M. Berg Park is home to lots of wild animals. But nothing like this has ever been seen there. Feel free to comment on the video. Thanks for watching.

30 comments:

  1. Brought the image up in Photoshop and it looks like the creature was dropped into the scene rather badly at that.If you invert the image in Photoshop you will see the outline surrounding the added picture. They could have easily cloned in the background but didn't.

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  2. I'm not buying it. Doesn't look right to me.
    Feel like a skeptic lately, but I'm really not. Just a lot of junk flying around.

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  3. I disagree 100% with the first post. The pixilation surrounding whatever this thing is matches the picture's pixalation perfectly. That would be difficult to fake. Zoom in about 1,300% and test it four yourself. As to the problem you have with the image, the rim-light surrounding the creature? It's also there on the trees. It happens when the sun or a strong light source is behind a subject. It gives it a halo. You can also test that for yourself.

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  4. I agree with the first post. I spend a lot of time with photography and an equal amount of time messing around in Photoshop. It appears as if there are 2 photos here that have been merged and they tried (unsuccessfully) to "blend" them into one another. (You can see it the most on the tree right underneath the object, where the light/shadow has been misplaced in the pixels.) While it's fun to try to manipulate photos and add a flare of creativity and fun, it's downright wrong and deviant to try to pass this photo off as authentic. I'm SO tired of people doing stuff like this because it's making all of us that believe in Sasquatch and seek more evidence, appear ridiculous and incredulous... in short, it's giving US a bad name. I wish people would stop polluting the web with junk like this. I can't wait to see the original, un"analyzed" (unedited) version of this photo.

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  5. Okay, look at the picture at the top. What is the light colored thing in the tree to the left of the "bigfoot"? It looks like a giant python! It probably isn't one, but it looks as much like a python as that thing looks like a baby bigfoot. The right leg looks weird, too skinny at the top with a strange arc to it. No theory as to what it actually is though.

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  6. more crapola for the turd eaters that think everything is a squatch

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  7. Whatever it is, it's not a real creature. The right leg appears to have no skeletal or muscular structure, where is the knee? No living creature could have a functioning leg that looks like that.

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  8. ***Challenge to our seasoned photoshopers*** Since our new "Farmington Bigfoot Baby" is such a bad fake, it should be easy for you guys to replicate it, right? Prove it - go find a new picture of a monkey, drop it on this photo, post it online and provide us with the link here. I can already tell you that your superimposed image will stand out like a sore thumb.

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  9. Here's an interesting giant footprint on youtube, Shaun. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRuxw-nZoJw&feature=player_embedded

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  10. Oh, come on! That looks more like someone with skinny legs wearing shorts and hiking boots than a bigfoot.

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  11. the trouble with trying to check this in photo shop is that the above image is from the video. To really check it in photo shop you need the image not a video of the image.
    Thanks
    Tom
    The Crypto Crew

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  12. Some Lab is missing a monkey, so I guess its......Monkey Time!

    Are you ready? (Yes I'm Ready) You
    got yours, and I got mine, 'cause it's Monkey Time!"

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  13. I'm seriously Photoshop challenged and I'm sure I could make something more convincing.

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  14. yet another, "i took the picture but didnt see the subject until later" story. These are believable when they have a realistic and sensible story to explain, (like a video t or picture of something else that happened to have something in it. But when you say, "I pulled my bike over, took a random picture, and there happened to be an incredibly ellusive and rare beast in there that I didn't notice", the story becomes a lot less believable.

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  15. That's seriously awful! From that far on PhotoShop you can add a lot to the picture when zooming in

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  16. I'm more puzzled by the albino phallus scaling the tree in the foreground. New cryptid alert: Megaerectus allman johnstoni.

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  17. Whatever it is, it has some nice slim fit khakis on.

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  18. Umm I believe its real. I had the pleasure of seening Bigfoot in oregon during a camping trip. However I didn't get a picture or video. The image looks spot on to the image engraved in my mind.

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  19. Why would a creature thats supose to be very elusive be climbing a tree next to what looks like a parking lot? Oh and in broad day light ontop of it. I call B.S.

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  20. Looks like Tarzan to me. The anaconda in the tree to the left is one of his pets. Tarzan is hiding behind a tree listening to the silly white man making noise in the woods like the clumsy tantor.

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  21. ThinkerThunker that's a great challenge. When I magnify the picture the face is interesting. My concern is that it almost looks like shoes on the feet. Just my opinion anyway.

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  22. I agree the the poster who says this silly little needle legged thing is Tarzan. It would be Tarzan long before it would be a Sasquatch. Come on people, you are all losing your credibility here.

    Explain the huge jungle looking snake in the foreground. I know, that is a bigfoot too.

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  23. Wow, I honestly don't know what to make of this photo. It reminds me of one I saw taken in Argentina at an airport. It was supposedly a pterosaur. I don't know why but that's what I think of. Anyway, it doesn't look photo-cropped. It really is unexplainable. I would list this as a parnormal photo rather than a crytozoological one. Dover Demon anyone? Gray alien? Chupacabra? Remember that picture taken in 2009? (I think) The one with the extremely paranormal looking white creature running towatd the trail camera. It was a creepy picture. The creature had long thin appendages, kind of like this one. What do you think? _Dorothy, Age 14_

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  24. While a was on a fly fishing vacation I found a series of footprints along the banks of the San Juan river, which is pretty close to Farmington. I have pictures. It's pretty cool.

    travisjbille@gmail.com

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  25. I live in Farmington NM and I took this photo on a very cold day at berg park. The park was practically deserted due to the cold. I took the photo with a Nikon D40 the lens I used was an 18-55mm. I was about 200 yards from that tree standing on a bridge that overlooks the Animas river. I was surprised to find this blog and see my photo posted here. I can assure those of you who are skeptics that this photo is real. The reason it is so pixilated is because my brother zoomed in on it in order to bring in the image. The object at the top left is not an anaconda it just a tree branch the original photo shows this very clearly. Since that day I've also found footprints near the river and heard stories from the Navajo people of something strange living in upper Fruitland.

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