AGAIN? Virginia man claims to have spotted Bigfoot

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VIRGINIA — Either Bigfoot is getting less camera shy, or there’s a handful of posers out there.

A Virginia man took to YouTube recently to claim he captured the first “non-blurry” and “clear” images of Bigfoot.

Randy O’Neal said his father and a friend took the photographs late last month.

“Finally, a photo that is not blurry nor hidden behind a tree,” O’Neil says in the YouTube Video. “A clear photo of Bigfoot standing out in the wide open. You be the judge.”

What do you think?


A screengrab from a YouTube user who reported to have seen Bigfoot.

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  • Joe

    In this time of technology anyone would go to that spot to collect hair and/or dung for DNA, without doing that says that hair is probably a nylon monkey suit.

  • The World is Ending

    Ido believe that most sightings are BS, because even my phone has a good HD camera, however do I believe that there is something out there yes, why? Because why would North America not have any indigenous apes. You know that when a story is around in some form or another for hundreds of years it is a good one and The "Big Foot" stories are one they are fun and enduring, and it to survive for so long is possible that there is an element of truth to them.

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