Here's a brand new video that was uploaded yesterday by YouTube user Vic Olam. This was sent to him by a Northern California camping enthusiast and amateur film shooter. It was filmed using a 16mm windup Bell Howell Filmo. He ran out of film just seconds after the Bigfoot walked into frame. Here's the backstory and it's pretty good:
Here's the story... I get a strange email from a person claiming to have some never before seen Bigfoot footage. He was camping in Northern California when he captured said footage.
A camping enthusiast, and an amateur film shooter, he claims to always take a 16mm windup Bell Howell Filmo with him to shoot his camping adventures.
Well, he claims he was packing up after spending a weekend exploring and fishing when he went to finish off the tail end of a 100 foot 16mm roll.
He decided to simply shoot a panning shot of a meadow and marsh.
But while filming (the Bell Howell makes some noise) something got spooked in the brush across the marsh.
And it was a Bigfoot creature.
He quickly started and stopped the camera changing through all three lenses. Going from a wide lens, to normal, and then a long lens to try and get a better shot but the roll ran out.
Why does that always seem to happen...? Right?
In any case, the footage was compelling enough for me to spend some time searching the internet to see if it was pulled from an already known Bigfoot filming encounter.
No such luck.
It seems legit in at least that aspect.
Of course it could simply be someone in a suit. But I will give the shooter the benefit of the doubt for now.
If anyone has seen this footage before could you shoot me an email.
My contact info is available at www.xenograph.net
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