We just want the truth! Every time the tale of Bigfoot gets some new traction, we’re shown a bunch of grainy low-quality photos. You’d think with the advent smartphones and the powerful cameras they have, we’d get some more definitive looks at the mysterious creature. But alas, we do not. The latest photos though, do bear a striking resemblance to the famous video footage shot in the 1960’s. Maybe that's enough to finally convince us that Bigfoot is real.
A local farmer recounted what he saw to a "subject matter expert" on paranormal happenings. The "expert" Jeffrey Gonzalez said, "One of them, which was extremely tall, had a pig over its shoulder, and the five scattered and the one with the pig was running so fast it didn't see an irrigation pipe and it tripped, with the pig flying over." Apparently, there are not just one of these magnificent, paranormal beasts frolicking around the forest.
The weird part about the whole ordeal is that several other accounts of these mythical creatures walking around in a group of five. Usually, the accounts that people give are vastly different but the interesting side of this story is that all of the "eyewitness" accounts tell the same story. These eyewitnesses are from three different families, who don't know each other but all living within 2-3 miles and told an extremely similar story.
Usually, if everyone knew each other, the fabrication would fall apart. In this instance though, they're complete strangers to each other. "I would have never guessed in a million years that you would have told me there were Bigfoot on Shields or Ashlan Avenue. Right? I want to know whats going on. Is this for real?" stated Gonzalez, surprised at the coincidences of the stories.Given the fact that these recent photos all seem to line up with the footage Roger Patterson and his partner, Robert Gimlin, shot in the 60's, we could be on the verge of something big. Hopefully this isn't a gimmick like the trick played on people by the History channel a while back with how they captured Bigfoot. People just want to know and they are growing more and more tired of all the "fake news" thrown around without regard to any credible sources.