Here's the deal: The image above is a fake Bigfoot. The "Matilda" footage, however, is a video of a real Bigfoot. How do we know this? Because researchers like Dr. John Bindernagel, Dennis Pfohl and Dr. Leila Hadj-Chikh have seen the creatures with their very own eyes. Robert Lindsay explains this in a new blog post titled, Bigfoot News March 4, 2013:
I have now learned that Bill Munns photos from the EP’s Crittenden, Kentucky site were from Munns himself, not from someone else.
According to Richard Stubstad, Munns was given only one video from the Kentucky site. That was the video that the EP suspected might have been faked by the owners. Munns stated that this video was probably a fake using a “modified Wookie mask.” This video was sent around to other experts, and they also thought it might be fake. The EP decided not to use the videos in their project. However, there were 4-5 other videos from Crittenden that the EP thought were genuine. Stubstad did not think that Munns had seen any of those videos.
Therefore, it appears that Munns’ photos may well be from the video that was rejected from the project and not from the ones that were accepted.
The usual gang of morons is ranting and raving about this new evidence, saying that Munns photo is evidence that there never were any Bigfoots at Crittenden. However, evidence seems to indicate that there were indeed Bigfoots at that site.
Dennis Pfohl and Dr. Leila Hadj-Chikh lived at the site for a while as part of a study. They reportedly saw the Bigfoots there on numerous occasions and also videotaped them on multiple occasions. I understand that they also had many opportunities to kill or tranquilize the Bigfoots at this location. Both were discussed. Killing was ruled out, as the EP wanted to be a no-kill organization. Tranquilizing was also ruled out as too impractical for a variety of reasons. In addition, John Bindernagel saw either a Bigfoot or a man in a Bigfoot costume in the woods at Crittenden.
A food plate was seeded with glass shards and left out for the Bigfoots. Matilda came to eat the food and she cut her finger on the food plate. Dr. Melba Ketchum analyzed the blood from this food plate and decided that it was from a Bigfoot. The study has been called into question, but that was Melba’s determination. In addition, the EP footage of Matilda is described thus:
- Nose similar to ours (but with larger nostrils)
- Slightly chapped, rosy lips
- Pink mouth, blackish tongue
- Pointed teeth, like fangs
- Deep set eyes that dart around and don’t blink
- Her head is round, shaped more like ours than a gorilla’s, but her brow is much more prominent
- She has lots of fine, flowing hair on her head (dark reddish brown) and soft short hair on her face
- When she walks away, she moves just like the female in the Patterson Film
If the footage was hoaxed, it would have been done by the Crittenden couple, a low rent, unsophisticated couple in their late 20′s. They faked a black tongue on the Bigfoot?! No way. They faked wild, feral eyes that dart and never blink? No. They faked Patty’s walk down to the T. Nope. They faked a pink mouth? How did they do that? They faked a prominent browridge? The Wookie mask has no browridge.
The owners were running around in Bigfoot costumes the whole time hoaxing the EP and even Bindernagel? No. Forget it.
[via Robert Lindsay]