Mysterious New HD Bigfoot footage has been explained


A recent ‘crystal clear’ Bigfoot sighting has set social media abuzz, leaving many enthusiasts in awe. An upload to Facebook on Tuesday, October 10th, by Shannon Parker, caught both video footage and photographs of her alleged Bigfoot encounter. It’s a tale that promises both excitement and a fair share of skepticism.

The intriguing episode occurred when Parker and her partner embarked on the Narrow Gauge train ride from Durango to Silverton on Sunday, October 8th. Their journey through San Juan National Park seemed like a prime opportunity to spot some elk in the mountains. However, things took an unexpected turn.

Parker’s post chronicles the thrilling moment: “As we are passing by the mountains, Stetson sees something moving and then says I think it’s Bigfoot. Brandon, the guy sitting next to Stetson on the train grabs his phone and starts recording. Meanwhile, I am trying to get a photo on my camera. Y’all, out of the hundreds of people on the train, three or four of us actually saw, as Stetson says in the video, the ever-elusive creature Bigfoot! I don’t know about y’all, but We Believe!!”

The evidence presented in Parker’s video and photographs is undeniably intriguing, leaving many social media users convinced. Enthusiasts flocked to the comments, expressing their awe and conviction.

However, before we all rush to believe in Bigfoot’s existence, there’s a shocking twist to this eerie tale. A new update, posted on Daily Loud, claims that the sighting may have a more prosaic explanation. It was revealed that the sighting took place in Silverton, Durango, and is connected to a popular Bigfoot-themed expedition trailer company called Sasquatch Expedition Trailers. The owner of this company apparently enjoys dressing up as Sasquatch.

So, as thrilling as this sighting may initially seem, it appears that it could be part of a planned stunt rather than a genuine encounter with the legendary creature. For now, the mystery of Bigfoot continues to elude us, leaving believers and skeptics in a constant state of speculation.