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Bigfoot Spotted by Trail Cam?

By Tim Binnall

An eerie trail cam photograph circulating online seems to show some kind of figure lurking in a forest and some suspect that it could be a Bigfoot. The origins of the image are uncertain at this time as it first appeared a few days ago on a Facebook group devoted to celebrating the outdoors and was attributed to an unnamed third party. Presumably the photo was submitted to the group by the individual in the image as he included a bit of information about the scene.

Claiming to be a hunter, the purported source of the photo says that "the person on the left is me walking to my ladder stand and it looks to me like there's a person on the right, but I walked down myself and didn't hear anything." As can be seen in the image, to the right of the individual appears to be a set of glowing eyes which look like they belong to a rather sizeable bipedal creature as the vague outline of a body suggests.

Theories from online observers regarding the nature of the oddity have largely settled into three camps. One group of viewers believe that the creature is a Bigfoot, while a smaller contingent of people have put forward the possibility that it is, in fact, a ghost. And a third set of more skeptical-minded individuals have argued that the 'Bigfoot' is actually just a person.

While that prosaic answer would no doubt be disappointing, one can be forgiven for wearily wondering if the image is, indeed, a less-than-elaborate prank, considering the curious manner in which the photo appeared online without any tangible details about its origin. What's your take on the intriguing image? Let us know at the Coast to Coast AM Facebook page.

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