New statements from the Facebook group Facebook Find Bigfoot regarding the footage of a supposed sasquatch outside of a camper’s tent.
Looking at the looped footage, what strikes me is the movement of the creature’s head. It seems to have a great deal of flexibility in its neck, which allows it to turn its had and look back over its shoulder.
I might be mistaken, but didn’t Bill Munns do a study of the Patterson-Gimlin film in which he determined the animal had a morphology similar to a gorilla as opposed to a human’s? That being that, in order to look back, the animal would have to turn with its shoulders, because like a gorilla and unlike a human, the neck is much shorter and less flexible. I think he might have talked about this on an episode of Monster Quest, back in the day, but I’m not sure.
If this is the case, the movement of the subject of the camper’s film would suggest a human in a suit. But I might be misinterpreting the movement/contrast/color saturation.