I would like nothing more than the proof of various cryptids, alien civilizations, even alien visitors to be found. But that proof will come only through rigorous science and objective analysis, and by holding evidence to the highest standards of scrutiny. Born in south eastern Pennsylvania, i have found myself at one time or another living in Chicago, Cleveland, Raleigh-Durham, on the island of Kaua'i and finally landed on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State. I have turned my hand to various professions from early work in 3d graphics to historic building restoration, carpentry and log home building to working in a bronze art foundry on the WWII Veterans Memorial. Currently I am a writer, script writer and working for a non profit organization called Empowerment Through Connection which is involved in equine assisted therapy for veterans, at risk teens and women.

I found this video through Bigfoot Evidence Blogspot which shows either a person or an animal of some sort walking across a snow field.

Possible Sasquatch outside Squamish BC

The guys in the video raise some fair points:
This is obviously something alive.
Why would a person be traversing this valley?
Whatever it is, the creature in the video makes pretty easy work of moving up slope in heavy snow.

None of these points can be taken as proof, or even eliminate the possibility of a hoax. As a hoax it seems unlikely it is the people taking the video being hoaxed, which leaves them as the hoaxers, in which case one of them must be awfully dedicated to the project to have gone that far out to produce such an indistinct video.
Yes, there is also the possibility that this is a bear, though even at this level of zoom the creature does seem to be walking on two legs. And many of the same questions about a human apply to a bear. Why here? This time of year bears are after one thing, food. Having come out of a long winter sleep the are extraordinarily hungry and there seems little to eat at this location.

This one is up in the air. Too little information to prove anything, and enough questions to seem to make this an unlikely hoax, but certainly possibly a misidentification.

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  • jmw326

    I think it is just a bear. The perspective and the slope of the snow make it look like it is on two legs but it is on 4 I am pretty sure.

  • Marcus

    I appreciate its a fair way away, but wouldn’t you want to get down there and at least see the tracks?… hmm.


    A bear would not move that fast

  • Guest

    It does look like it’s bipedal…so hard to see at this distance…

  • KJW169

    It does look bipedal…really tough when considering the angle and distance…

  • Dave Jay

    That was Wissler’s Mother going out to get some air, Sorry she does move fast

  • hammerclaw

    Occam’s Razor says no. A human figure viewed at a great distance and wishful thinking does not a cryptid make.

  • Henry

    Occam’s Razor says probably not. Not the same as no.

  • hammerclaw

    You could apply that kind of reasoning to the existence of the toothfairy. Over ninety percent of old growth forests have been felled in North America, without a single shred of direct physical evidence of these creatures turning up, not to mention being completely absent from the archaeological record of the continent.

  • Henry

    You are absolutely correct. No logical argument can prove a negative, only state that insufficient data exists to prove the positive.

    However none such was my meaning. Occam’s Razor does not give definite answers. It serves as a tool for investigation, not as an excuse to avoid investigation. It is not Occam’s Law and is not infallible, dealing with probabilities, not absolutes.

  • hammerclaw

    i’m not trying to prove a negative, just pointing out there’s proof of your positive. By all means, keep looking; that tooth fairy may well be out there.

  • How do you derive a “positive” or a search for the tooth fairy from this, the only conclusion I have made in this case?

    “This one is up in the air. Too little information to prove anything, and
    enough questions to seem to make this an unlikely hoax, but certainly
    possibly a misidentification.”

  • hammerclaw

    I cut my teeth on the subjects of cryptids and ufos reading the works Ivan T. Sanderson and Frank Edwards almost fifty years ago.. I was once quite eager to see these romantic mysteries validated and proven. However, after decades of disappointment,I tend to casy a jaundiced eye on sensationalist reports backed up by nothing more than blurred photographs and specks on a screen. Quite unacceptable in the age of ubiquitous HD cameras. Ironic that the Russians captured, by happenstance, multiple video images of a rock falling from the heavens, yet after all these years we have not a single clear, undisputed still photo of Bigfoot, reported seen in practically every single state in the lower forty-eight. The only thing up in the air are flights of fancy.

  • Marc Suckerberg

    it’s a shame you won’t be around when we finally do

    have definitive proof.

  • hammerclaw

    It’s a shame you won’t be, either.