A resident of North Carolina Thomas Bayersutverzhdaet that could take video of Bigfoot. A five-second video clip was made in Rutherford County on Tuesday, but, alas, it shows only a blurred silhouette, which is wobbling backwards, crosses a road. Video accompanies the sound that Byers called the "growl" Bigfoot.
On a personal web page, Byers, where for the first time and was placed clip, and a story about a meeting with Nobby (as he called him Thomas), describes being: growth of 1.8 to 2.1 meters, an incredible stench.
While the Internet and greedy for sensations associated with the mysterious creatures like Bigfoot or the Loch Ness Monster, and shot Byers clip showed the largest U.S. television stations, this video is still skepticism among experts — how many have been forgeries.
The quality of video is also likely to say that the author was trying to "blurring" to conceal the fraud, and runs across the road is not a snowman, and eager for easy fame fellow in a fur suit, said the online edition of the Huffington Post. It quotes the naturalist of the National Wildlife Federation USA David Mizeyevski: "Everything that gets people interested in the natural world and inspires them to go out into the street — it's good."
What do you think about this video? Basswood or not?