While vacationing in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado, a hiker saw what he thought was a bear in the distance, but it turned it to be a very large hairy man. It's seen walking out from the trees and then squatting next to the stream right before the video ends.
We were a little skeptical about this footage since we weren't able to get a hold of the YouTube user who uploaded it.
Now it sounds like the footage was recently put through a preliminary investigation by the Finding Bigfoot team and they think the creature in the video could be a real sasquatch.
This tidbit was posted on FB/FB's wall today:
One of the producers of Animal Planet's Hit TV show informed FBFB that they have completed a preliminary investigation and the Youtube video, "Bigfoot of the San Juans" appears to be authentic. Just an FYI. (We have not done an analysis on the film.)
The San Juans cover 12,000+ square miles of southwestern Colorado, about an eighth of the state. The mountains are relatively new, geologically speaking, and are among the highest and most rugged in North America. Hundreds of San Juan peaks rise above 13,000 feet and many surpass 14,000 feet. The terrain consist of rotten rock, knife-edge ridges and steep slopes covered with debris the size and shape of ball bearings.
|The San Juan Mountains, in southwest Colorado, are the most rugged and extensive mountainous region in the state - an ocean of mountains that extends as far as the eye can see.|