Dec 6

Mountain Beast Mysteries: Sasquatch Filmed During Family Christmas

Mountain Beast Mysteries takes a look at the video, Sasquatch Filmed During Family Christmas. Take a look:

15 Responses to “Mountain Beast Mysteries: Sasquatch Filmed During Family Christmas”

  1. Adrian P

    I’ve seen some pretty hokey videos that I think may be real, I have no problem with this one… The way the dog ran away from whatever it was is not something I’ve seen a dog do. IMHO

  2. Adrian P

    I’ve seen some pretty hokey videos that I think may be real, I have no problem with this one… The way the dog ran away from whatever it was is not something I’ve seen a dog do. Just my opinion

  3. david k

    A loose suit as stated above is spot on. I hiked and hunted for many years when I lived in northern Michigan. Any time I scared up an animal, dear, rabbit, fox , cartridge even, all headed away from me, never horizontal for me. Wish they did, I would have bagged a lot more game! Low end hoax.

  4. david k

    A loose suit as stated above is spot on. I hiked and hunted for many years when I lived in northern Michigan. Any time I scared up an animal, dear, rabbit, fox , partridge even, all headed away from me, never horizontal for me. Wish they did, I would have bagged a lot more game! Low end hoax.

  5. Donna R

    I agree. My first impression when the dog ran out and away from these people was; OMG, if this were my dog, and I thought I saw a Sasquatch, I would really be calling the dog back and would not stop calling it. That scene seemed not to fit and not to make good sense. It’s a shame that people feel the need to make videos like this. I mean, who in their right mind wants to make a fake Sasquatch video?

  6. Stefan M

    I admit, there are questions to this video, however I wouldn’t necessarily agree with some of the arguments against this.. those of you focusing on how the people taping reacted to the dog running off are viewing it through your lense of being a dog lover/owner. If I were in the same situation, saw something like this, and my brothers dog ran after it.. I would care less, the dog annoys me. You dog people seem to think everyone should hold dogs up on a pedestal, reality is, we don’t. The dogs reaction of running away frantically is far more telling to me.. though it might just have been freaked out by a teenager in a costume saying “boo!” What I focus most on is the close-up of the very first few seconds of the creature as its disappearing behind the garage. What intrigues me is that step we can see is actually a very long step.. much larger than even a tall human would normally take. If that were someone trying to take long steps, their body mechanics would be different. Go out and try to take a stride much longer than normal and pay attention to how you move then watch how this figure moves. Again, admittedly it is a suspicious video, but not one I will dismiss out of hand, or because a person filming didn’t act like the world ended when a dog when running into the woods.

  7. Rob E

    Don’t BS a BS’er. Their voices give it away. Bad acting. And I think most dog owners would be more protective of their dogs.

  8. Susie T

    The way she filmed around the room to account for everyone reminds me of the time we hired a Santa Clause to come to the house. And why did she turn the camera on the man filming with his phone after she saw it outside?

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