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'Bigfoot' picked up on live eagle nest webcam

Posted on Thursday, 29 September, 2016 | Comment icon 47 comments

The figure didn't seem to know where it was going. Image Credit: YouTube / OutdoorHub
A live feed from an eagle's nest in Michigan has recorded a mysterious figure wandering around below.
Situated in a tall tree at the Platte River State Fish Hatchery near Beulah, Northern Michigan, this nest of Bald Eagle chicks is being monitored online using a special live camera feed setup.

While checking through the footage archives recently however the team responsible for the feed noticed something unusual - a dark figure skulking around the forest floor far below.

Visible at the top right of the frame as well as in an enlarged segment at the center of the picture, the figure, which appears to be walking upright, has drawn comparisons to the legendary Bigfoot.

Whether the footage really is evidence of the elusive hominid however remains unclear.

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Tags: Bigfoot, Eagle

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #38 Posted by coolguy on 2 October, 2016, 3:17
I saw this looks real to me but it could be anything
Comment icon #39 Posted by DieChecker on 2 October, 2016, 3:46
I believe many do go out in black, when they are scouting... before hunting season. Most hunting seasons for deer begin in the fall, around October.
Comment icon #40 Posted by DieChecker on 2 October, 2016, 3:47
I wonder if this is a Web-Cam? If it is, then perhaps the person saw it online and went to take a look, or to purposefully make some kind of bigfoot video? EDIT: Yeah, it is a live feed camera. No one home at the moment.
Comment icon #41 Posted by Hudds on 2 October, 2016, 15:09
Definitely a Web-Cam. Good work, DieChecker! I agree, he perhapsseen the eagle camonline and then decided to go the location, tomaybe purposefully makea somewhat Bigfoot video. Perhaps for a laugh, andto startle watchers or for whatever reason. This maybe couldexplain the reason why he looked up at the camera'slocation, and then attempted to act how he assumed Bigfoot would in aforest or woods etc.
Comment icon #42 Posted by T.I. on 7 October, 2016, 19:28
Comment icon #43 Posted by aquatus1 on 7 October, 2016, 19:48
Really? It kinda seems to be its defining feature.
Comment icon #44 Posted by danielost on 8 October, 2016, 1:22
although bears can walk up right they usually don't.
Comment icon #45 Posted by MissJatti on 8 October, 2016, 13:56
Thats Geoffrey, local nutcase, running away and hidingfrom the police helicopter.
Comment icon #46 Posted by skeff on 12 October, 2016, 15:26
i would love this to be true, just seems a bit convenient how ' it' stops right in view, seems to look up and then pauses again before going out of shot. I'm surprised 'it' didn't pick up a stick and do a knock on that tree 'it' pauses by... if only it were real proof..
Comment icon #47 Posted by stereologist on 13 October, 2016, 17:09
Thisd must be quite a mystery to couch potatoes living in their parent's basement. Why would anyone go out for a stroll in the woods and be interested in the natural environment as the person in the video appears to be? Why not sit back with a sugary soda and oily potato chips and label mundane events as mysterious? Seriously, where is the mystery? Why is this a "mysterious figure"?

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