Bigfoot Filmed By Hikers in the Canadian Wilderness

It’s blobsquatch time again! Another video has been uploaded to YouTube, allegedly showing the big hairy fella. But is this Bigfoot? Or just a man in an ape costume? This is a bit better than most blobsquatch videos, in that you can clearly see that this is a humanoid figure as opposed, to say, a rock. But is it Sasquatch?

Hikers in Canada capture video footage of Bigfoot
Unlike Bigfoot, there is plenty of evidence for the existence of his cousin, Blobsquatch.

It has been the stuff of legends for as long as hikers have been traipsing through the wilderness.

But whether you believe this figure caught on camera by hikers in the Canadian wilderness is actually the legendary Bigfoot, or just a man in an ape suit, is all a matter of opinion.

Either way the sighting of the figure, which appears covered in thick black hair and is seen lumbering across the mountain top, has sparked plenty of excitement among Bigfoot fans.

In the footage the figure walks from the trees into the open, pausing briefly before disappearing back into the trees.

It remains unclear exactly where the video was shot but it is believed to have been filmed on a trail near Mission, in British Columbia.

The footage has been viewed thousands of times on YouTube with believers claiming it is evidence that the ape-like creature, known as sasquatch, actually exists.

But scientists have dismissed the Bigfoot theory, claiming it is a mixture of a hoax, folklore and incorrect identification.

This is another video where it’s just too hard to say what we’re seeing. Much like the Patterson-Gimlin footage, this is either a very good hoax, or the real deal. It’s not a bear, a moose, a rock, or a tree stump. But unlike the Patterson-Gimlin film, the creature in this video is too far away to really discern how good of a hoax this may be, or how like a real animal this might be. There’s not even any audio, so we can’t even judge the camera person’s reaction. Throw it in the “Interesting But Undetermined” bin…

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