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Watch: Sasquatch Filmed in Utah?

By Tim Binnall

An intriguing piece of footage from Utah appears to show a creature of some kind ascending a snowy mountain and some suspect that the oddity could be a Bigfoot. The video was reportedly captured by a man named Tanner Hargis on March 23rd, when he was in his backyard observing a nearby location known as Lone Peak. Much to the man's surprise, as he looked at the mountain through a spotting scope, he was stunned to see what appeared to be a bipedal creature making its way up the mountainside.

Fortunately, Hargis was able to capture some of the scene on video and subsequently sent the footage to a research group known as the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization. An email exchange between the witness and the researchers added some additional details to the sighting. According to Hargis' estimate, the creature was located a whopping 8,600 feet above sea level when it was spotted on the mountainside and, by his estimate, it appeared to be around eight feet tall. The witness also noted that he could see the arms of the beast hanging by its sides and they seemed to reach down to its knees.

By virtue of the location in which the oddity was spotted, it seems unlikely that it was a person hiking on the mountain, since the conditions at the time looked to be particularly perilous. However, a visit to the site by researchers from the Rocky Mountains Sasquatch Organization failed to produce any additional evidence which would indicate that the creature in question was, indeed, a Bigfoot. What's your take on the curious footage? Did Hargis film a Sasquatch on the mountainside or is it simply a case of mistaken identity? Let us know your theory at the Coast to Coast AM Facebook page.

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