It’s Bigfoot: a tourist has filmed an appearance in the mountains strange creatures (video)
It’s Bigfoot: a tourist has filmed an appearance in the mountains strange creatures. Canadian tourist was posted on YouTube a video that, he said, could be the proof of the existence of Bigfoot. He shot the video shows the appearance in the canadian mountains strange creatures.
Canadian hiker Myles Lamont (Myles Lamont), who posted an intriguing YouTube video admitted that the video was filmed two years ago during a trip in the mountains located North of Vancouver.
According to him, the decision to download the clip on the video he took with his friends and did not expect such attention of Internet users — shot footage of them scored more than 450 000 views.
“We didn’t set a goal to interest everyone, ‘ he says. — It was just a weird meeting.”
The video shows the appearance among the rocks of a strange creature that climbs mountains.
Despite his words, the tourist claims that he still turned out to be considered being much better than familiar with shots of the audience. “I did it because behind the subject of snow, which created excellent contrast”, — he explained.
A tourist from the provided description, it follows that in the canadian mountains create a moved on two limbs without snowshoes, wore plain clothes and he didn’t even have a backpack.
«Progress on this terrain in soft snow without snowshoes would have been incredibly difficult, but he overcame a great distance in a short period of time, not having proper Hiking equipment,» added the canadian.
According to the author of the video rejected the version with the advent in the mountains of a bear or other wild beast.
“Perhaps the most reasonable explanation will be ill-prepared tourist who has not chosen the easiest route, or someone who is in good physical shape with very large feet,” said Lamont.
This is not the first case of detection in the mountains of Canada strange creatures. So, earlier on FederalPost reported high shaggy creation in British Columbia (Western canadian province).