If you're going to make a Police Dashcam channel, you gotta show this Bigfoot footage



The good ole Bigfoot dashcam footage. No one has debunked this footage yet and Finding Bigfoot says it's a real sasquatch. Believe it or not, this footage is one of the world's most famous police dashcam video. In May of 2009, a police officer and city worker were on their way to a function together when the unexpected happens. According to FB/FB's analysis, the subject was a Bigfoot with "long arm and speed of 30mph as it crosses 7m in 1.3 seconds and 12 meters in just over 2 seconds."




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    1. It's as real as you want it to be.

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    2. Or as real as the physical evidence suggests.

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    3. Which is little to none.

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    4. http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

      ... Which I profound, however little.

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  2. like ALASKA MONSTERS starts on Sept 20th
    now that's where experts hunts them MONSTERS

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  3. it was collage kids they admitted to it a couple years back...using fb/fb as a reference is a red flag right off the bat

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  4. I get a kick out of the ISF footers clinging to psychiatric advice from a mentally ill, pathological liar like Alaskabushpilot. It's fun to watch.

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    1. It's obvious to any objective person that APB is not playing with a full deck. I think the footers on ISF like William Parcher and the others have to support and agree with him or they risk getting kicked out of the pretend skeptic herd...or they really are just dolts.

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    2. Didn't he just get caught lying about killing a Leopard in the Amazon ? I wonder if simpletons like Drewbot and the other ISF footers will keep taking up for him like he's their husband ?

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  5. Always like this one. Just dang fast. Interesting how the lady said it kept moving back and forth. Had it been pranksters they probably would not have stuck around while the officer was shinning his light
    In the end can not be definite.\
    Chuck

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    1. I read somewhere last year that this has been shown to be a hoax, because of the tyre skid marks on the road... Indicating a rehearsed staging. I think that's a week effort, couldn't there just be tyre marks on the road anyway, like any other road in the country?

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    2. Pretty compelling coming from someone who has a lot of experience with skid marks on his underpants!

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    3. Oh wow... Did you get that from the school yard? Coming from someone who got caught smelling dirty underpants, that's a little rich.

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    4. college kids did it they even had the coustume

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    5. Argh yes! You do realise there's as much publicity to be made hoaxing a hoax and there is hoaxing? I really don't mind being shown that this is a hoax if it indeed is, I just need something a little more concrete before coming to that conclusion.

      Sasquatch isn't crazy to me, and there are many sightings just like this.

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    6. ^ To afraid to come to America.! why?
      scared shitless of americans,and can't afford it!! ,,,
      lol,

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    7. Yah. I put zero stock in some kids saying they hoaxed this.

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    8. maybe this will help you
      They may change their minds, however, when they learn that Sheriff Stacy Jarrard claims to have proven the sighting to be a hoax. Jarrard said he went out the next day to question homeowners in the area. At the first house he stopped at, he says, there were two young men, students at North Georgia College & State University, who were “acting really nervous. You could see their hearts were beating really fast,” he says.
      The two did not admit to the prank right away, but later in the week they copped to one of them donning a gorilla suit and running across the road in front of vehicles on the night in question. Jarrard says he even has a photograph of the two boys with the gorilla suit. –Source: Sharon Hall, The Dahlonega Nugget.

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  6. @ Anonymous: If Sheriff Jarrard has the photograph -- and thus evidence that this event was merely a prank -- why not publicize it on the internet to close this case and quell inquirers once and for all? So long as the public is not provided any photograph of the suit, or any other evidence suggesting this was a hoax, we should not assume this was a hoax. Besides that, there is also the possibility of a police cover-up where these cops, who were witnesses to the event, might have been instructed to make up a story about fictional hoaxers.

    I agree with Iktomi that we still have no evidence to support the claim that this was a hoax pulled by pranksters.

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