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Two New 'Bigfoot' videos recorded at Bluff Creek and Ashville - Unexplained Mysteries
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Footage has emerged showing a dark figure crouching down next to a stream in a secluded forest.
Bluff Creek, a tributary of the Klamath River located 25 miles northwest of Orleans in California, was the site of the best known Bigfoot video of all time - the Patterson/Gimlin footage of 1967. Now however a second video from the same area has emerged - a recording taken in 2008 by Bigfoot researcher M.K. Davis who maintains that he hadn't seen anything unusual at the time.
When he later analyzed his footage however he noticed that there seemed to be a figure sitting at the side of the creek playing around with some sort of white cloth. Upon closer inspection he noted that the figure appeared to be either covered in dark hair or was wearing very dark clothing. "I was there with Don Monroe and Ken Iddins. Both men were accounted for in the video," he said. "We do not know who or what this is as no one else was there with us. It has a cloth of some sort."
Davis later uploaded an enhanced close-up video ( see below ) of the figure to help see it more clearly. While there is undoubtedly someone sitting next to the creek the figure looks more like an actual person, perhaps washing themselves in the water, than an unidentified species of hominid.
"I didn’t see this live. I walked right by it. It just backed into the brush with only its knees showing and didn’t move," he said. "I walked downstream and met my two friends coming upstream, so it was not them. I did some brightening on it and it does appear to be hair covered."
Bluff Creek needs no introduction in the Bigfooting community, as it is the spot where Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin recorded the first clear footage of a Sasquatch (since dubbed “Patty”) in 1967. Although sightings of the hairy man-beasts have been reported in every state but Hawaii, they continue to be recorded in Bluff Creek, nearly a half century after Patterson and Gimlin filmed their famous footage, as the San Jose Mercury News points out
Small dog 'scares away Bigfoot' in new video
A man visiting the Asheville area managed to record a strange figure retreating through the undergrowth.
The encounter was filmed by Eric Walters of Boone who had been visiting Asheville on Thursday morning while renting a cabin there with his wife. He had been out walking his dog Zippy in remote woodland when he came across what he initially believed to be a bear.
As he took out his phone to record some footage however he realized that the animal was walking upright on two legs and quickly came to the conclusion that he was witnessing something unusual.
"I quickly realized it was not a bear, but a Sasquatch," he said. "Zippy could tell I was scared and got so riled up that he got loose and went after it."
According to Walters the tiny canine actually managed to dissuade the creature which then turned around and hastily retreated in to tall grass at the side of the road.
"Yorkies are small in size, but bigger than even a Sasquatch in heart," he said. The footage has proven popular but controversial since appearing online with critics arguing that there is too much emphasis on filming the dog and that the 'Bigfoot' could just be a man in a suit.