A video footage captures what seems like Bigfoot jumping off and totally photobombing the baby eagles
A Bingham Farms-based company partnered with the state Department of Natural Resources. The partnership was for the installation of an eagle cam on state land near the fish hatchery. The eagle cam was installed and went live last March.
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From that live feed a live-cam clip was highlighted on the website of CarbonTV.com, that specializes in online video content related to the outdoors. What makes the clip so significant is the pop-up window zooming in on whatever is roaming below the nest.
The live feed records any movement in the range of the camera. That is what the camera caught this time and for many it was unbelievable what they saw. In a distorted and somewhat blurred feed, we can see a dark figure, walking on two legs too much to be a bear.
It can be seen moving up a wooded slope. The the figure was seen pausing on a fallen tree. Next he was seen going down a slope. And after that he went out of the cam view. Many people are speculating that the dark figure is actually the much famed creature, Bigfoot.
While there is doubt about whether it is Bigfoot or not is a debate. Many people believe that it might be a human in a black ape suit or another creature.
Ed Eisch, DNR Fish Production manager for the state and the Platte River hatchery justified why the video could not present a clearer view of the alleged Bigfoot. According to him, the camera was focused on the baby eagles and they were not set to capture anything else.
"The clip was captured on video in May," CarbonTV executive director of content and marketing Daniel Seliger told Detroit Free Press.
"A viewer of the live cam apparently noticed the unusual guest appearance and posted about it on a Bigfoot enthusiasts website. A CarbonTV editor stumbled across the posting, staff reviewed their archival footage, found it and highlighted it last month."
"From what we can see, what anybody can see with their plain eye, it’s up to interpretation," he said. "It’s definitely grounds for speculation as a legitimate sighting. But who knows"
"It's the kind of thing the Internet really loves."