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Bigfoot Video : Bigfoot Caught On Camera


Screen Shot, bigfoot appears to be in the upper left corner.

Every so often a video of “bigfoot” goes viral leaving the public questioning its authenticity. And this week is no different!


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A video of an alleged bigfoot popped up on the internet this week. It was shot by a Washington woman who claims to have “accidentally” caught the creature on camera while hiking in the woods.

According to KXLY, the video was captured on an iPhone at Downriver Park in Spokane, Washington.

The caption under the video reads,”While hiking, we accidentally caught an image of bigfoot walking through the woods. I didn’t even notice until I got home and saw it on the computer! This scarred the crap out of us!”

In the video, the creature appears to have been close enough and within earshot that the two hikers would have seen and heard him running past before noticing him when they got home. But that’s just us.

Check out the video and determine for yourself, if this is a hoax or real bigfoot evidence.

Remember back in March, when we reported that a North Carolina man also caught a bigfoot creature on camera too.

The witness captured the bigfoot creature on Tuesday, March 22nd while driving down Golden Valley Church Road. He and a friend “Observed the Big-Foot Knobby or one similar to it cross the road in front of the truck” and then “Run into the woods.”

The caption went on to explain the North Carolina incident, “It came from out of the field from the direction of the creek and we later took photos of feet prints in a freshly plowed field. I jumped from the truck and took this video of it as it crossed the road in front of us. At one point in the video it made a snarling growling sound and looked back at me.”

Check out the North Carolina video of bigfoot also known as Knobby.

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