Saturday, November 12, 2016

This Bigfoot Photo Has Left People Stumped Since 1932


An Australian logger took this photo in 1932, and what it shows remains a mystery to this day.

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  1. I'm a cuckolded loser who's spending another Saturday night posting about Bigfoot while my wife is with her boyfriend.

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    1. Well at least you have your right hand to keep you company tonight mate.
      enjoy the doritos and mountain dew bro !

      Joe

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  2. SHOUT OUT TO MMC!!!!!, ain't it about time you STFU! God yure BORING!!

    crypto crap mystery's SUCK!!

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    1. "AC collins (the real in da house).

      ^ haa haa haa lol!!

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  3. What is this? Some photo of some creature on some blog about something called bigfoot? Just another example of the lame stream media at work. I'm not interested. Done.

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    1. ^ go back to your world of warcraft bro. why are you still on this blog ? you must be a very lonely creature

      Joe

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  4. I wish I knew how that young man managed to take that photo of his friends but not notice the monster sitting 15 feet behind them.

    The only thing I can figure is....as a pro photog myself, there have been times when I have taken several photos of a subject before I realized something was amiss. Sometimes it might be something as obvious as an entire girls breast showing. Tunnel vision can happen when you are super focused on the overall shot.

    When you miss that one detail, you look back on it later and think....Im such a dork, how could I miss that, right in front of me for all 30 shots I took of that pose? I've done it tho, and ended up having to spend several minutes fixing every shot in photoshop so that whole set isn't wasted.

    And yes, I've missed a peaking boob and had to fix it later. As I matured as a photog tho, things got past me less and less, but nobody is perfect. However, a monster in the shot? I'd like to think I woulda spotted that before the first shutter dropped.

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