Okay, this is like offering Jello as desert after a seven course gourmet meal coming right on the heels of the Dr. Ketchum report, still some of us have to get on with things and keep the lantern burning, even in the face of the sun.
I found this video while looking into another account of a bigfoot caught in a police officers dashboard camera that turn out an admitted hoax by some local teens. Of course going from an admitted hoax to a video this clear sets off some natural mental blocks that say to me that this is probably fake too. Yet the video below possesses some merits discussed in the analysis.
Taken as real this video contains the best footage of a Bigfoot face I have ever seen, but listen to the analysis and then I will have a few comments on some key points.
Okay, you have watched the video now. You have, haven’t you?
I am going to address the main characteristics described in the analysis.
First is the described Large Nocturnal Eyes. I am sorry to say that what the analysis describes as large nocturnal eyes with no whites showing simply appears to me to be deep set eyes beneath a heavy brow where you cannot actually see the eye. Nor do I see an eye that is especially large in proportion to the face.
For reference here is the Bigfoot face in question:
And a selection of Nocturnal eyed faces:
Okay, someone out there, someone like me, might criticize these choices for none of them being primates, and further that the raccoon is not specifically nocturnal, but spend a lot of time active during the day as well. And to me I would say, pooh. I specifically chose these creatures because they are different species and because all are at least partially nocturnal and share a very specific characteristic regarding their eyes. They are all large and/or prominent. None are deep set in the face, all are easily identifiable, and in the case of the raccoon, yes it is absolutely a species as comfortable during the day as it is at night. How many daytime bigfoot sightings are there?
Next subject the nose. Granted this video as viewed on You Tube is not spectacularly detailed, but it shows enough for me to question this:
Here is Patty from the Patterson/Gimlin film.
And the new guy again:
Is it just me or does the new face seem to have made a visit Michael Jackson’s plastic surgeon?
My opinion of course, and there are variations across any species, but for a creature this size, that seems a small nose to breath through, let alone use for any kind of scent detection. Still, it is possible Bigfoot is a mouth breather.
Mentioned with the nose is the size of the lip on this creature and as we have little frame of reference for the actual size of this creature, and as the size of the lip is no indication that this could or could not be a mask or other make-up, I personally do not invest much in its description.
Next is the anatomy of the neck, as is a common feature commented upon in analysis of the Patterson/Gimlin film. Again, what I have to say on this is purely my opinion, however, in analysis of the Patterson/Gimlin film it is commented that the manner in which Patty turns her entire body to look back is because the heavy musculature of her neck does not permit her to turn her head to the same degree a human can. The subject in this video does not seem to have that same limitation. I certainly see some turn of the shoulder as the subject filmed turns to look, but not more than I would say a human might naturally do. As for the motion of muscles and tendons beneath the skin, this video is not high enough quality for me to comment.
That the video is taken through a mesh screen does make it more difficult for this image to be a CGI to the point of being highly unlikely. But as much as I would like to be convinced this is real, I am stuck with questions.