Monday, June 30, 2014

New Interesting Game Cam Photo From Virginia



This photo was brought to our attention by bigfoot researcher Daniel Benoit. According to Daniel the photo belongs to Ken Crouse, who's father captured the photo on his game camera in Clarke County, Virginia. According to the owner of the photo it's not a bear. We also assume it's not a turkey.

Here's a comparison photo taken from the opposite direction apparently which shows the relative heigh and position of the camera. We're not sure if there's another photo taken by the second camera, nor are we certain as to why the time and date stamp have been blacked out.



36 comments:

  1. Where is all the heavy hitting firsters?!!

    Im abut to break a record here

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    1. All the children have grown up in the last day.

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  2. Alright then it looks like my collies shoulder.

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  3. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCCCCCCCCCCCCCKKKKKKKKKKKKKKK!

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    1. Evidence of what...? ...looks like the arm of a costume.

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  5. Just thought I'd step in and say those Virginia game cams are doing some really good stuff out there.

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    1. Stepping in again to say those Virginia game cams are doing some really good things out there.

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  6. What you have here is a possom, headed downhill. I really cant believe those people couldn't figure that out.

    But it doesn't change the fact that people do in fact see the creatures known as a bigfoot. Had a peek at one myself.

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    1. No that is a person in camo walking past the camera up close with motion blur. You can see the shoulder seam.

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    2. Most likely the guy in the second photo. That could be why the time is blacked out.

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    3. Hey Leon, you racist f@g!

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  7. Wild Bill must have put up that game cam because it didn't catch anything

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    1. I sold Wild Bill some pants.

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    2. I sold him some chicken wire a few weeks back. He said he was building an ant trap

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  8. When I saw there was a neeyoo trail camera picture I couldn't wait to see it. This photoe is prooof that the headless monster is alive a well in the wooods an hollers of Virginia

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  9. It seems like these things can sense IR, thermal and most of these new digital cameras ... Maybe we should go back to shooting on film, not even video tape, but film damn it.

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  10. According to the Mountain Monster show, there are at least 10 "Monsters" roaming around then hills of "West Virginia" that the A.I.M.S. have failed to catch!

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  11. Hmmmmmmm, is this what these Bigfoot websites are becoming more and more and more of, a guessing game of what's in the video or photo. It's getting old folks.......

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  12. I live in Clarke CO. and first i heard of this pic

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