Greg Wood has been getting a lot attention from the Bigfoot community about the "Bigfoot" photograph he published on his blog, Way Off The Trail. The photograph was taken near the Cheney Resevoir, and was confirmed by the group, Facebook Find Bigfoot to be authentic, Wood got the attention of Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot who had planned to send Matt Moneymaker and his crew to investigate. Facebook Find Bigfoot wrote this about the photograph:
After viewing this original and the Kansas sighting record. We will say that the Kansas photo is most likely authentic. Here is the original. If you would like we can email the original. From Greg Wood. "Yep, it was the Ninascah River all right. 2/5/12 Around 2 p.m" Live in Kansas? Might pay to have a responsible researcher to canoe down Ninascah and look in the remote sandy beaches for tracks... - FBFB
Finding Bigfoot recently made plans to investigate the purported "Bigfoot" photograph, but it now looks like that won't be happening. According to Matt Moneymaker, the shadowy figure is just a tree stump. He believes Wood knew it was a tree stump but intentionally misled them."The #FindingBigfoot team was going to investigate Greg Wood's "Bigfoot" photo in #Kansas but we have determined that it's just a tree stump," he tweeted this morning.
Although the photograph was misleading, it doesn't mean that the crew won't be coming to Kansas this month. They have plenty of other evidence to investigate.
"Greg Wood misled us about the photo. He knew it was a tree stump from the start. There is other BF evidence to investigate in Kansas though," Matt wrote.