Breakdown - Michigan Game Cam Bigfoot
What can I say - this is unreal!! And if you want a good laugh - look at it's right foot at minute 0:50! I think a woman's size 5 shoe?
Justin Statement Tells All About Dr. Melba Ketchum
The last two years have been long and frustrating for Justin Smeja. He's the man who along with his partner, Jack, "the driver," claimed to shoot two sasquatches, in the Sierras in the fall of 2010. One of the two juvenile sasquatches encountered that day was fatally wounded, the adult sasquatch first encountered, retreated wounded into thick uphill brush and although presumed dead, was never found. In November of that year, almost 5 weeks later and with the help of a bloodhound, both men retrieved circumstantial tissue in the snow near the area of the shooting. About 1/8th of this tissue was immediately sent off to Dr. Melba Ketchum for DNA testing, and who within one week got word back to Justin that the sample matched the others in her study and was definitely from a "Bigfoot." Soon thereafter, the boots Justin wore the day of the shootings which had blood from the juvenile, were given to researcher Bart Cutino, who intentionally kept them from Ketchum out of suspicion and is initiating testing on them now. Due to an unexpected phone call by Dr. Ketchum in January of 2012 in which several witnesses were present with Justin, including his wife, according to Justin, Melba Ketchum made suggestions and statements with intent to both defraud the financier of her study, Wally Hersom and to destroy the rest of Justin's sample with a Clorox bleach recipe, if he wouldn't provide her with the rest of it because labs would not get the same results as she if he tested elsewhere. It was Dr. Ketchum's words of intent that made Justin begin to question his sample and along with researchers Bart Cutino and Tyler Huggins, they got the tissue sample tested independently at two other labs and shared those results publicly as promised when there was a major conflict with Dr. Ketchum's results. When the results came back black bear with Justin's contamination from the Canadian lab, the Ketchum camp and researcher/supporter David Paulides went into damage control, radically accusing Justin of sabotaging himself by switching samples to protect himself from prosecution for his actions. The accusations from Ketchum continue to fly as recently as last week when she insinuated on Coast to Coast with George Knapp that the submitter to those labs (Bart & Tyler) were worried the tissue wasn't from an "ape" and that people in general are concerned and desperate with her "human" results in Bigfoot dna. Breaking his silence, Justin talks about that phone call and the shocking claims made by Dr. Melba Ketchum in detail. He also addresses the ridiculous accusations leveled at him by Ketchum and her camp and reassures everyone of what exactly he shot that day in 2010 and what lies ahead for him in research with the Sierras Evidence Initiative and the upcoming documentary by Ro Sahebi, which tells the whole ongoing Sierra Kills saga.
BIGFOOT SHOT DEAD BY HUNTER
Rick Dyer claims to have shot dead a Bigfoot near San Antonio, Texas, on Sept. 6, 2012. He released these photos sixteen months later. Rick Dyer is a full-time Bigfoot tracker who claimed to have shot dead one of the elusive (or imagined) hominids in the woods near San Antonio, Texas, on Sept. 6, 2012. He has now released a photo of what he says is the deceased creature's face, to drum up some faith. "We wanted to get people's reaction, make them believers," he says. Dyer says he killed his quarry, whom he calls Hank, by nailing pork ribs to the side of a tree and waiting, alongside a British documentary film crew led by the BAFTA-winning filmmaker Morgan Matthews. When Hank approached, Dyer says he chased him down and shot him three times, while another Bigfoot attacked Mr. Matthews and bloodied his face. "He definitely went toward the camera man and attacked him, but I was busy with the other Bigfoot so I didn't have a shot," explains Dyer. Matthews was not immediately available for comment, but his expedition to Texas resulted in the yet-to-be-released film "Shooting Bigfoot." Publicity for the film describes Matthews' experience as "a quest that ultimately leaves him with scars -- mental and physical!" Needless to say, the confusion surrounding those events has left plenty of room for skepticism, among the Bigfoot-dubious and the Bigfoot-curious alike. D. Jeffrey Meldrum, who is a professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University and an expert in hominid locomotion, has collected over 250 casts of huge footprints found across wooded areas in North America over the past several decades, and says their plausible form and consistency present good reasons to continue investigating the existence of a nonhuman hominid. In fact, he spent 2012 raising funds and helping to design a catamaran-style blimp, which has not yet been built, to aid in the search. But Dyer's photograph does not convince Dr. Meldrum. "The thing has clearly been fabricated to depict a specimen that has been dissected. It smacks of images of alien autopsy," he says, adding that Dyer asked him to authenticate the body but refused to let him to speak with any of the scientists who had allegedly kept it for a year of testing, at an unnamed university in Washington state. Meldrum doubts he would have been contacted at all, if the body were real. "If you have a body, you have the world at your behest. You have the discovery of the century and you're pandering to the Bigfoot community?" Dyer, however, says that he only waited so long to show Hank to the world, because of a non-disclosure agreement he signed with investors in his bigfoot-tracking enterprise. After a year of tests, he says, the agreement has finally ended, allowing him to share an image and make plans for a North American tour with the body. With income he expects from the tour and pharmaceutical rights to Hank's tissues, he says, "I'm going to go and capture a live one." But Hank hasn't yet become a national sweetheart, due in part to Dyer's involvement in a much-publicized 2008 hoax, involving a rubber Bigfoot frozen inside a block of ice. That panned out so badly that Dyer doesn't want to talk about it until Hank's authenticity has cleared his name, which he says will happen at a Feb. 9 press conference. "I prefer to tell that story when everybody knows that it is true," he says. "Right now I have zero credibility."
Young Hunter Shoots Bigfoot [The Bigfoot Case Files]
"The Deer Hunter" - During an afternoon deer hunt in the hills of Alabama, a teenage boy finds a mysterious creature in the crosshairs of his rifle. A frightening case of the hunter becoming the hunted.