Bigfoot Caught on LiveCam Eagle-Nest Feed in Northern Michigan!

bigfootsignThis very exciting footage seems to show a real Bigfoot passing far below a Live Camera set-up to watch the nesting habits of an eagle family. The location is in the Beulah region of Northern Michigan. Take a look for yourselves!

This report and video come to us from what appears to be a news station, M Live (Michigan Live.) Author Meagan Beck doesn’t tell us much other than the eagles are being filmed somewhere in the Platte River State Fish Hatchery area, and the live cam is run by a team from Carbon Media Group and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

I guess at this point there isn’t much to say as the video really does the talking. Here is that video. Look around the :10 second mark through :15 mark. You’ll see the figure in the top right of the screen.

The center portal is a close-up of the Bigfoot footage, which they repeat a couple times.


I think this creature looks like a real Bigfoot because it reminds me of the one caught in the Patterson Gimlin film, back in the 60s (photo below right). The size is right, the head without a neck is right. And the animal certainly seems to be behaving naturally.

bigfootAt one point it looks like it’s mucking about in some rocks or debris before it straightens up and moves on.

The Finding Bigfoot crew visited northern Michigan at least once and found some interesting results (mostly testimony from people living throughout that area) that caused Matt Moneymaker and Cliff Barackman and Bobo Fay to believe the area was home to a group of Bigfoots.

Convincing the Skeptics

For those of us who believe in the existence of Bigfoot and his kin around the world, this video footage is a real treat. But will it convince skeptics and the scientific community at large? Probably not.

beulahmimapThey’ll say some guy in a monkey suit planned this hoax because they somehow figured out that there was a live cam way up there and then figured out how to position themselves to be seen by it. I think many of us would think that that scenario alone takes a stretch of the imagination that is hard to believe!

But we’ll have to leave it at that. I think this is a very exciting sighting that may well be real.

What do you think?






  1. You know me, Susan. I’m always believing they’re real but I think this one is photoshopped. Just before he gets to the “tree thing” there is nothing on the left of it. Then he goes behind it, gets twice as wide as he was, then when he walks away from it, there is a dark blotch that wasn’t there before. And I noticed how carefully and awkwardly he stepped down over the log down the embankment. I think if he was a genuine big foot, he would be used to the terrain and have done that with ease. What do you think?

  2. I see why you’d say that, Lisa. I think he came up from under the tree holding the nest and then started over to the side which is where we catch sight of him. Then he looks around and begins digging through that pile – I can’t tell if it’s rocks or tree debris. I think it’s looking for food. Then it turns again and starts ambling out of view, still scrounging around for food.

    I could be wrong, as Ella said it’s so far below the nest it’s a little hard to see. I have a big monitor so I found it easier to view, but still, it’s a long way down.

    Maybe someone with video expertise will weigh in on it. Here’s hoping!

    Thanks for visiting CryptoVille! … Susan (CryptoVille)

    • That’s exciting to hear MetallicWolff! I imagine Indiana to be mostly corn fields and farms. Did you find the footprint in that kind of environment or were you, let’s say, out hunting in a more forested area and found it there?

      Come to think of it, I’m wondering if the livestock on the farms would attract them as prey?

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      • Southern Indiana is very much like the woodlands of Michigan. I lived in Michigan most of my life. I found it on a trail in a heavily wooded state park. Took a picture. The print was about 11″ long and 6″ wide. The DNR officer at the park said it was a big dog, like Marmaduke. As I have a degree in Biology, I knew he was full of crap. Not a dog. Could it be a bear? Maybe, but there has only been one documented sighting of a bear in Indiana in the last 50+ years. Also no nail marks, and very ‘humanoid’ is shape. My son and I loved finding it. It’s a great experience, no matter what it really is. Love the blog!

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