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Posted: Jul 3 2012, 08:49 PM
Member No.: 28
Joined: 12-July 11
Jason Goldring Director of OWFR-OB
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Ontario Wildlife Field Research-Ontario Bigfoot releases footage of possible Bigfoot in Algonquin Park area.
Sudbury, ON, June 23/2012- Ontario Wildlife Field Research-Ontario Bigfoot publishes a video of a possible Bigfoot in the Algonquin Park area filmed in 2010. A camera mounted on the bumper of a vehicle captures a mysterious figure just off to the side of the road. The video seems to be attracting the curiosity of others with over 55,000 views on YouTube in just a few days.
It was Oct 14 2010 on a two hour drive home from Algonquin Park. The witness had a GoPro camera mounted on his bumper, aimed at the side of the road. At one point, his wife said, “What’s that?” as she had seen something that she did not recognize. Thinking it was probably a bear, they did not stop. Later, at home, the witness was reviewing his two-hour recording and at the location where his wife had made the comment, there was a possible Bigfoot looking at the road.
Link to video http://www.youtube.com/user/OWFR?feature=mhee
Link to unedited short up-convert 1080p http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=db_oSoQDbGo This video is unlisted!
Link to video capture picture http://www.ontariobigfoot.com/LatestNews.html
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