I grew up in rural NWPA, surrounded in forest. I took an early interest in cryprozoology and sharks and have read many books on various crypto subjects such as Bigfoot and Megalodon over the years. I am not a professional writer or a journalist, but I do the best I can. I have a quirky, obscurely dry and sometimes sarcastic sense of humor than can get me in trouble. Some love me and some hate me, but I am who I am.

As much as I try, I am not infallible and if anyone is going to trust me, I need to fess up when I’m wrong. This is one of those times.

Many may remember my Trail Cam Biped Deconstruction (see associated content) where I surmised that we were seeing the rear right leg of a cow. Today I came across a video that proves me wrong, but that’s not even the interesting part of the story.

This video not only shows the trail cam photo I deconstructed, it also shows two other pictures. The original photo appeared on the Facebook page ‘Chasing Trophy Whitetails’ and got a lot of play out and about. The two additional pictures are allegedly what transpired prior to the original picture being snapped.

What makes it so interesting, is the Youtube video host, Paul Coffey is claiming it’s some sort of Indian Healer Spirit. In fact he makes no bones about it as he seems thoroughly convinced.

Lets take a look and then you can read a short description from Mr. Coffey:

Indian healer spirit captured on a deer hunting camera in a small town north of Corpus Christi, Tx. Pretty amazing catch as my friend forwarded these pictures to me as he know I was involved in the paranormal.

Wow, just wow! As much as I am disappointed in myself and my analysis, I find it hard to believe that this is actually a Native American ghost, let alone a “healer spirit”. Mr. Coffey explains that his “friend” sent him the photos and since I don’t know him, I can’t verify the validity of the video.

Of course, that’s as far as I’m going to go with this one. I made my attempt and failed miserably. I don’t want to get it wrong all over again….yes, I’m a big coward. On top of that, I plan to do more “Deconstructions” in the future and I need all the support I can get. One thing is for sure, I will need to work doubly hard to insure that I get them as correct as possible.

Till then, it’s now up to the readers to decide the validity of Mr. Coffey’s video as well as what is depicted. Time for our GT sleuth’s to come out.

NOTE: All my other deconstructions are beyond reproach….maybe…

Content provided by Paul Coffey.

Associated Content:

GT: Trail Cam Biped Deconstructed Me = embarrassed!
GT: ‘Palmetto Monster’ Deconstructed
GT: Hubert, OK Game-Cam Bigfoot? Not So Fast!

  • spookycute33

    I like this because it seems almost too skinny to be a real person…in fact in the boot images the leg seems to me to be little more than a well defined femur. From what I get from it I also note a real sense of someone walking in a pensive stance through the night, pondering something perhaps.. I’m not sure how “Native American” was gathered from this though lol… I don’t personally see anything that would identify the figure as such to me. ( although I do enjoy the music provided lol)
    Personally though, I would love to see a few shots both before and after the figure. Did it walk into the frame, did it materialize, etc. why was the camera there in the first place, what history does the particular location have ( perhaps one that would lead OP to be leaning more to native american…) While its fascinating for sure, I love the way it moves… I’m left with more questions lol.

  • connie

    Man with a hoodie and boots moving through the shot. IMHO.

  • Mamdvr

    Since when would an indian healer wear boots? I may be wrong.

  • ovadat2

    The “buckle” appears to be a monitor used by law enforcement for prisoners on parole. The boot seems real. I don’t know what I am seeing.

  • Katerina

    Could be a Spanish Conquistador with the shoe / buckle. Couldn’t really see a face but could see a shoe with a heel. Or as it appears to be wrapped in some cloth, perhaps a stranded Turk although I don’t know if they wore those kind of “Pilgrim” shoes or not.

  • Link

    just a random individual walking with the trail cam picking it up