Best Explanation of Bigfoot Cloaking I've Heard - A Close Look at Hair
This is an article by Sharon Day of ghosthuntingtheories.com Some people believe that bigfoot have the ability to "cloak" themselves, basically turn invisible. I've never been a fan of this line of thought, but this article sheds some light on how cloaking might be partially true, and how it may take place. This article takes a close look at hair structure and purpose. My only question is how do you know it's bigfoot hair to begin with?
"If you have hairs that vary slightly in their overall color tone (some are dark, some are reddish some are rather colorless), a skin base beneath (anywhere from deep blue gray to gray tan to copper reportedly), and the nearly translucent hairs, you have the ability to blend into just about any scene, capture dappled light from the sun filtering through the forest, and the darkest of shades of trees and forest floor. If you stood still, to the viewer scanning the woods, you would become truly camouflaged. If you were overall dark, you would be a tree, if you were overall auburn, you would blend into mid tones such as foliage.For the rest of this great article with lots of photos and examples, click here.
When you consider that translucent and reflective hairs would also have a tendency to reflect back what is around and in front of it, as well, the entire body of hair would be mirroring what's surrounding it. Cloaking? Of a sort, yes!"