Sundance, Utah Bigfoot Footage

Posted by Xavier Ortega | June 23, 2014 7


Sundance, Utah. A couple driving through the dark woods spotted something bizarre just a few feet from the road. They manage to turn back around and capture something strange via a cellphone or camcorder.

We go to YouTube user ParaBreakDown for a more in depth look at the strange video.

Something big definitely is seen standing between the trees. Something that looks to be bipedal at first glance. Of course bears have been known to stand, or walk, on their hind legs for an extended amount of time. Could this video show just that? An upright bear near the road at night?

What do you guys think?

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7 Responses

  • Arclight

    At first glance looks bear like. Whats odd is absence of an eye shine, like it may be looking away from the light. The bears I’ve seen instinctively react to the light and begin to move…this creature is not reacting like your typical night predator. The area around Utah County does have a history of Bigfoot sightings dating back to the early 1800s.

  • Kim

    If you look closely, it has shoulders – like one would expect on a human or humanoid type being. Bears don’t have a shoulder line when standing, there would be more of a downward slope from the neckline to the ‘hand’ or ‘paw’. Interesting video…

  • Arclight

    Although staged hoaxes are uncommon, it probably is a Bigfoot caught off guard and motionless. I would need more info on why they had the video on in the first place.

  • RednGreen

    I’m always instantly suspicious when someone has a camera on for seemingly no reason and then somehow “randomly” catches something like this. I guess if these people were actually looking for a bigfoot it would make a little more sense… *shrug*

  • The Villar

    What you’re “instantly suspicious of” isn’t even how it went down. Read the description first.

  • RednGreen

    Ok oops, sorry.

  • Prince Petropia

    Xavier, I just sent you a mail. It’s been three weeks since I joined GT, can I have a full editorship now. I could submit articles more frequently. It’ll be great help. Thanks.

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