According to some researchers who have successfully interacted with and even filmed Bigfoot, it is clear that Bigfoot loves pancakes. One prominent researcher named Dennis Pfohl has stated that they don't mind McDonalds pancakes and they like them smothered in syrup. How does he know this about Bigfoot?
A few years ago, owners of a property in Crittenden, Kentucky (later sold to Adrian Erickson for the Erickson Project) actually caught one on tape, stealing pancakes:
Release of Kentucky Pancake Video stills. We are going to release some stills from the Kentucky Pancake Video shot by the owners of the Crittenden, Kentucky property that Adrian Erickson bought as part of his Erickson Project. The video, which is very poor quality, was shot at night.
There was a lawsuit preventing its release on the Internet, so copies were pulled from the Net. However, I found it on the Net repeatedly over the past year or so. It was not easy to find at all. On my most recent search thought, I could not find it.
The stills have already been released on the Crypto Crew’s Facebook page, so I figure there’s low risk of my releasing this stuff.
The movie is shot at night in thermal vision. The owner of the house, the wife, is standing on a table with her back to the pancakes on the edge of the table. The baby Bigfoot rapidly approaches, grabs the pancakes and leaves in a hurry.
Quality is very poor, but one thing you can notice is that it has a huge head. Reports indicate that baby Bigfoots have gigantic heads, way out of proportion to their bodies.
When Ken Walker spoke to Smeja when he first reported the shooting on Taxidermy.net, Smeja told Walker that the baby Bigfoot had a gigantic head, as big as a 5-10 gallon bucket. Walker said that that was when he knew that Smeja was telling the truth because almost no one knows that the babies have huge heads, and Smeja knew nothing at all about Bigfoots before the Sierra Kills.
The huge head was widely cited as a reason why the video must be a fake. Skeptics said it looked like a turban.