Bigfoot Filmed by Dashcam in Canada?

By Tim Binnall

An oilfield worker in Canada believes that the dashcam on his truck may have inadvertently captured a brief glimpse of a Bigfoot lurking by the side of the road. The intriguing moment was reportedly filmed on March 12th around "30 miles east of the Banff Park boundary near Nordegg, Alberta." According to the witness, they did not notice anything out of the ordinary at the time and only spotted the potential Sasquatch when later reviewing the dashcam footage.

In the video, the man's truck sits idle in some snowy weather as he checks on some equipment and then he begins driving down the road. Just a few seconds later, he passes what appears to be a noticeably large and dark mass standing out among the trees on the side of the road. Alas, since he didn't realize what was happening at the time, the man just kept on driving and so this is all that was filmed by the dashcam.

To his credit, the worker says that he did return to the area the next day in an attempt to see if he could find evidence of the creature he believes was caught on film. In that video, the would-be Bigfoot hunter discovers a sizeable number of branches seemingly piled up in the snow near where the creature was seen. Upon closer inspection, the man also finds some hair in and around the pile of branches.

Based on what his dashcam filmed as well as the strange stick pile and odd hair that he subsequently found, the man is understandably convinced that there was a Bigfoot on the side of the road when he passed through the area. Skeptical viewers, however, may point to what appears to be the accumulation of snow atop the purported Bigfoot and wonder if perhaps that is an indication that it was just a natural formation and not a large bipedal creature roaming through the forest. With that in mind, what's your take on the footage? Share your thoughts with us at the C2C Facebook page.

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