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Out of Ontario there is a video of a bigfoot encounter that is quite different from the typical.

No, there is no creature visible so yes it is quite easy for this to have been faked.  Just two men recording as knocking sounds are heard, small objects are thrown and a hand print is left behind on the car with some pretty impressive vocalizations, and what sounds like a healthy belch at the 8:35 point.



A hand print 12 inches long and 10 across is certainly not an average human. Could the hand print have been faked? Certainly, and I have to admit being a little suspicious of what is being called “nails” which I suspect are just an indication of the hand dragging a little.

I am 6′ 4″ and my hand in roughly the same position is 9 inches long and 7 inches across.

Without audio analysis it is not possible to determine if these vocalizations are outside what humans are capable of. To the ear, yes they could possibly be faked. I draw no conclusions on this one.

Sasquatch Ontario, who posted this had this to say:

This is real. We’re not trying to take your money. This is about showing the true nature of sasquatch and that misinformation has given them a bad rap.

The fear has dissolved over time. We each have our own level of fear to conquer and it does take some time.

For me, in these days of hoaxes and heated debates over new levels of evidence, it is reassuring to know that there are still people out there who are not seeking publicity or money for their work. People who are just seeking a new truth with quiet determination and offering what they find for its own sake.

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  • johnson

    the hand print was drawn by someone using their finger to out line the print. Fake! Easily a fake. god people stop posting paranoia crap. This kind of junk takes credit away from the people who really experience something. So annoying!

  • Druscilla Alix Tempest

    I found the video poster to be over-conspicuously defensive, a bit hostile, and thoroughly lacking in faculty for reason and logical inquiry for discussion.

    I commented on the video simply stating that the sounds recorded are not outside the range of Human capability, as well as pointing out the American English accent within the sounds.
    Yes, nonsense sounds can contain the mother tongue accent of a person making them, if indeed there’s a person making them.

    I didn’t say the sounds were, or were not Bigfoot sounds.
    There’s not enough data to make that determination.
    There is, however, enough data to determine if the sounds are within the range of human capability at the very least.

    The video poster responded to these statements with personal criticism, making statements that I did not know (poop).

    These kind of hostile and conspicuously defensive responses are suspicious.
    Science welcomes a thorough criticism. If a position can’t stand up to even a couple questions, that position should be abandoned.

    All in all, the responses from the video poster are suspicious in this conspicuous defensiveness, and at the very least unprofessional and thoroughly devoid of scientific objectivity.

    This isn’t to say the sounds recorded are, or are not genuine Bigfoot vocalizations. More questions need be answered to reach a determination.

  • The Oshmar

    That print doesn’t look right at all. The palm part is pressed and the finger parts are smudged, also I can’t seem the wrap my head around what parts of the palm would have to be touching the car to make a print look like that, it just doesn’t seem natural.

  • I would not be so quick to say these sounds are within human range. There are frequencies we may not be hearing. Scott Nelson has done considerable work with bigfoot vocalizations and analysis that shows their sounds are well outside the human capacity.


    And that they make sounds very much like human phonetics.

    Does that mean this is real? I don’t know. But it does not excuse that sort of criticism of a commentor.

  • Anthony Tadayoshi

    It’s fake. The audio is a recorded handicapped person, and the hand print is done by Sasquatch gloves.

  • Smith

    thats pure bullshit man .. haha

  • Biscardi and Dyer…more harm than help?

  • Dung Shooken

    Scott Nelson’s work should confirm to anybody who listens that this is manipulated human voice. I have a critical ear and I called fake immediately after I heard the “belch” and all subsequent sounds.

  • I am pretty sure your “ear” does not distinguish between frequencies that humans can and cannot make. Nelson’s work uses actual equipment that can make that distinction.

  • Biscardi and Dyer only do damage to the search. Their only interest and dedication is to their own egos.

  • Dung Shooken

    Whatever Henry, I’m calling it fake.

  • MytyAphrodyty

    The vocalizations are the only thing about it that sounds interesting, however the belch is even more interesting because the squatch talk sounds a lot to me like someone talking while they’re belching, some people are pretty good at it.
    No special affects needed, just someone drinking a beer and burping out some squatchy sounding garble.