|Silver Star Photo from November 2005|
"Detail level comparable to Silver Star photos"
- Matt Moneymaker
Tonight on Finding Bigfoot, Matt Moneymaker and his team will be investigating a Bigfoot sighting on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. No one knows for sure what type of evidence will be unveiled during the investigation, but we're hoping that Moneymaker will finally reveal the "Shorty" photographs he talked about on Twitter last September.
A man named "Shorty" supposedly has an "impressive" photo of two Bigfoots taken on the reservation. According to Matt Moneymaker, the detail level is comparable to the Silver Star photos from southern Washington. "I think he'll release (license) it someday so everyone can see. He is reluctant right now. Bobo will try to talk sense into him," he wrote.
Last September, Matt Moneymaker tweeted these statements about the photographs:
A dude named Shorty on the Pine Ridge Indn Rez has a photo that he doesnt want to make public. Detail level comparable to Silver Star photos
Shorty will show you the photo in person if you know him already. Dont expect much detail in the photo, still impressive cuz it shows 2 BFs.
I think he'll release (license) it someday so everyone can see. He is reluctant right now. Bobo will try to talk sense into him.
If the photo is as impressive as the snowy peak Silver Star Photos, this could be a big deal. We hope that either Bobo or the producers of Finding Bigfoot convinced to "Shorty" to let them feature his photographs on Animal Planet tonight.
The Silver Star photographs were investigated on the first season of Finding Bigfoot. It's a series of photos taken in November 2005, just outside of Yacolt, WA. A backpacker said he took the following photographs on Silver Star Mountain in Gifford Pinchot National Forest as the creature was moving away. The clarity of the shots is nowhere near Patty, but the images are clear. The figure's shape, where it was photographed and the circumstances are very compelling.
The backpacker, Randee posted his account on Coast to Coast AM Radio:
On November 17, 2005, I was looking to the south from the summit of Silver Star Mountain. On the ridge across from me I saw something I thought looked a little strange, so I got out my camera and took some pictures. Right after I took the first shot it moved or stood up, and I took another picture. It then moved toward the south, away from me. I had to readjust because the wind was so strong, and it was difficult to move because the snow was waist deep. I got closer to a rock to steady myself and took another picture. By then it was moving down the hill. I don't think it was another backpacker or snowshoer.