Saskatchewan Sasquatch?

Saskatchewan Sasquatch?

Here’s an interesting video from Facebook’s ‘Bigfoot Believers’ Only group. The caveat being the use of ‘believer’. I’ve gone ahead and linked a few seconds before the action begins.

Biggest issue is you can’t see the creature’s legs. Examining the gait one way to figure out if this is compelling evidence for the North American Woodape. Later in the video, the creature’s arm is visible pushing brush aside from its path.

Another notch on the video’s belt is a distinct lack of “OMG it’s Bigfoot” and “Jesus Christ, what is it!?” commentary.


All you armchair ‘squatchers are welcome to sound off to us at Facebook, Twitter, or in the comments below.


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  1. alanborky

    01/20/2014 at 7:05 PM

    Chris it sways from side t’side like Rickets’ve given it wishbone legs an’ the only relief it can get’s t’allow its testicles t’rhythmic’ly clack t’gether.

    If it’s a male fair enough but if it’s Patty…

    *falls t’knees an’ shakes fist*

    “…Damn You Monsanto!”

    • Howard

      01/26/2014 at 9:35 AM

      Clearly he’s stomping grapes to make wine.

  2. Coppertop

    01/22/2014 at 8:27 AM

    Man, I’m not believing anything squatchy these days unless it’s a full-on video or a corpse. It looks good, but it’s waaaaaaaay too little evidence for my liking.

  3. Aimee

    01/25/2014 at 9:50 PM

    Okay, I need to get something off of my chest that’s been bugging me for a long time now. We see these videos pop up every once in a while. Do you know what they all have in common? They are all video taken during the day. Now, I’m no expert, but I did take some primatology classes in college. Most primates are diurnal, meaning they aren’t nocturnal. They are awake and active during the day. All great apes are diurnal. So, why on all those crappy bigfoot hunting shows are the “hunters” looking at night with night-vision glasses for bigfoot?

    Here’s a another video showing another alleged bigfoot, during the day…and serious bigfoot hunters are looking for them at night?

    Also, if you do see an animal at night, and its eyes are glowing/shining in the light of your flashlight…it’s not a primate. Tapetum lucidums are the glowy things in the eye…and most primates don’t have them…and none of the great apes have them.

    Okay…I feel better now. Go back to watching the pretty video of the bigfoot frolicking in the tall golden grass.

    • Chris Savia

      01/25/2014 at 10:20 PM

      Excellent point, Aimee.

      I’d say if these so-called squatchers were serious about “Finding Bigfoot”, they would’ve found one already, putting the kibosh on another season.

      Kinda like the castaways on Gilligan’s Island doing something crazy, like building a boat and leaving the island rather than relying upon wacky schemes.

      • Howard

        01/26/2014 at 9:31 AM

        I doubt that they would have found anything even if they had looked during the day, but you’re right that they do this only for TV. Darkness adds an element of doubt and fear as to what might be out there, and it works with the soundtrack to build tension that is missing in the typical hunting and fishing shows, which otherwise probably have an even greater chance of stumbling across a Sasquatch.

        “Paranormal investigators” like the Ghost Hunters do the same thing: they always investigate at night, even when the reported sightings were during the day. Of course, it’s also much easier to fake events at night. Strings are harder to see in the dark!

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  5. john

    04/03/2014 at 7:49 AM

    so then patti, the freeman footage taken during the day makes you wonder now, ho believable they are. never agreed with the eye shine thing what does Meldrum say about this daylight oppossed to night time

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