WELCOME TO BIGFOOT THURSDAY here on CryptoVille! Join us as we review this very interesting Bigfoot video submitted by Bart Cutino to skeptic reviewer ParaBreakdown. Is that a monster lurking in the woods, or just some guy? We’ll see …
This week I’m sharing a Bigfoot video with you that honestly amounts to another “Blobsquatch” sighting! However, bear with me, I think there is more to this crummy thermal imaging video than first meets the eye.
May Be the Real Deal
Several factors lead me to believe this may just be the real thing.
- Bigfoot hunter Bart Cutino has been very open about the pros and cons of the evening he captured this image.
- Cutino submitted his evidence to skeptic reviewer “Para Breakdown” who has a video channel over on YouTube.
- Cutino’s approach when analyzing his own evidence strikes me as scientific, logical, and reasonable. All good signs.
I also like the way the ParaBreakdown skeptic handles the material and conducts himself.
On the negative side, the image is still blurry, so this video isn’t going to be the definitive proof that we need to get the scientific-community-at-large behind the search for this creature. But for those of us who already believe – it’s tantalizing and very interesting.
Yes, I know, WHYYYYYY can’t anyone ever operate their camera properly? Or is it these mechanical devices malfunction more often than their manufacturers will admit? It makes me nuts, too. But still, the research that occurred in the aftermath of this sighting is what is impressive.
I was impressed with the way Cutino and his friends conducted their nighttime investigation. They were QUIET, they DIDN’T TRY TO MAKE BIGFOOT CALLS, they DIDN’T USE STUPID PROPS to try and get Bigfoot’s attention.
Instead, they chose an active location (Sierra Nevada mountains), and quietly, stealthily set about searching the area around their very visible camp. Well done to them. (I wrote an Open Letter to Bigfoot Hunters advocating this kind of stealth hunting technique – I’m not saying Cutino and company read it, but I’m pleased to see they are getting results with these quieter tactics.)
The video is 16 minutes long. Let me know what you think.