Bigfoot is big in the news this week,
In fact, a giant squid has not washed up along the shores of one of the freshwater great lakes.
It's a monkey. It was always a monkey.
Capturing an image of Bigfoot is a dream to many people. One man has captured an image of Bigfoot… on the canvas. William Asmussen has been an art director, worked with organizations such as M.A.D.D. on creative projects and is a member of the Art Center in Rockport, Texas. While this college-trained artist can capture most anything using pen, paint and mouse, it’s his images of Sasquatch that caught our eye.
Biologist and investigator for the television program "Finding Bigfoot" Ranae Holland spoke in Seattle about her views on Bigfoot, science and curiosity. Holland states that while she does not believe in Bigfoot as a biological organism, she is fascinated with her interactions with the people who do.
"A pair of photos posted on the website of the radio program Midnight in the Desert on July 27, 2017 are allegedly of a Bigfoot-like creature raiding a chicken coop in Northern California just prior to disappearing into the night. We animated the two images, adjusted for brightness and contrast and did some cropping."
"I've talked to so many Native Americans who all describe the same sounds, two who have seen them. I've probably got about, oh, thirty books that have come from different parts of the world, from China from, from all over the place..."
There are two recent and notable studies that have been published in peer-reviewed scientific Journals that should need to have more attention paid to them in the Bigfoot community. According to these studies, an unknown species of human occupied North America 130,000 years ago and early human ancestors practiced inter-species mating that resulted in the commingling of genetic traits.
Is this a "real Sasquatch" as described by Matt Moneymaker? Where did this photo come from?