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Muscular 'Bigfoot' caught on camera in Idaho

September 1, 2021 | Comment icon 61 comments

Who or what is this ? Image Credit: YouTube / Nv Tv
Footage has emerged online showing a large, bipedal ape-like creature... or is it a man in a suit?
We've seen a fair number of videos over the years purporting to show evidence of Bigfoot - a large, ape-like hominid creature that is arguably the world's most ubiquitous cryptid.

Ever since the infamous Patterson/Gimlin footage, however, it has been difficult to know whether a lot of these recordings are of a genuine animal or of someone mucking about in a costume.

This latest example comes courtesy of YouTube channel 'Nv Tv' which presents the clip - which lasts only a few seconds - as an "incredible muscular giant-sized sasquatch" filmed in Idaho.
Very little is actually known about the video or where it came from and there doesn't seem to be an explanation for why the person who recorded it stopped filming after such a short period of time.

The video caption notes that the level of detail present in the 'suit' makes it unlikely to be a hoax, however without additional background information it's impossible to say what's going on.

You can check out the video for yourself below.

Source: YouTube | Comments (61)

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #52 Posted by Myles 8 months ago
You are not wrong.   The thing is that bigfoot is very unlikely to exist, so that makes most videos (especially 1 second videos) most likely fakes or misidentifications.   How do you know the hand positioning was correct?   
Comment icon #53 Posted by Abramelin 8 months ago
Comment icon #54 Posted by Abramelin 8 months ago
Nobu, didn't you have any second thoughts about the video only lasting for a couple of seconds?  
Comment icon #55 Posted by XenoFish 8 months ago
I found a better image of this bigfoot.
Comment icon #56 Posted by Jon the frog 8 months ago
Nah he's an average joe, he's using public transportation.
Comment icon #57 Posted by Nobu 8 months ago
Come on man. I pride myself on having an open mind for nearly everything. But a large primate cannot exist in Idaho without it being known. City people don’t understand how unvirgin US forests are. Every square meter has been walked by man in this country many times over(or close to it). A bigfoot would have too large of a diet and too large of a roaming habitat to not have been discovered long long ago in the US.    I think the video was very well done. And well researched. But that’s all it is imo. A well done video.    @Myles long ago courses in animal anthropology and zoology. That coupled... [More]
Comment icon #58 Posted by Trelane 8 months ago
Oh no.... No, no, no. Oh dear Now this thread is getting entertaining.
Comment icon #59 Posted by Gaden 8 months ago
An "Ordinary Average Guy"? You even used the name 'Joe'.
Comment icon #60 Posted by Resume 8 months ago
He looks like Patty dumped him.
Comment icon #61 Posted by Poncho_Peanatus 8 months ago
one or two second? you gotta be kidding me. I call it fake. Come on guys, lets for a moment say that we are taking a trip in the forest somewhere Idaho or where else. And you happen to spot friggin Bigfoot. What you do? you record for one second and cut of or you keep recording, taking so much you can and with maximum clarity. Perhaps even going after it. Heck im gonna start a lifestream (yes thanks to starlink soon its avaiable everywhere) and im gonna run after it. If I get killed by this creature at least it will be on life tv. Come on....lets be serious and damn. Why cant anybody do the ri... [More]

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