Pennsylvania White Bigfoot Video

In 2010, residents of Carbondale, Pennsylvania were disturbed by sightings of a white Bigfoot, strange sounds and other disturbances. About two weeks later, a man heard noises in his backyard and went out to investigate. Looks like he brought a cellphone cam along with a flashlight. Now, admittedly, that is odd, I agree.

He did get about a 1 second shot of what very much looks like a white Bigfoot. The Bigfoot around town was said to be around 4 feet tall (juvenile) and this one looks like it might be bigger. You only see it in a flash instant around :30-:31. It goes by so fast that it’s hard to stop the video to see it.

The general opinion of this video was that it was a fake. However, I do not agree. Many said it’s a guy with a sheet over his head. But it’s not.

You can see fur on its head, and you can also clearly see very small ears. Bigfoots’ ears are small, and are generally covered up with hair. Further, how does the sheet over the head give you the coned head? Look at how huge the eyes are and how far apart they are. Those are not human eyes. Also look at how thickly built and ripped the creature is. Not that many humans are that ripped. Also notice that the creature seems to have no neck. Bigfoots seems to have no neck; the head is right on the shoulders. How do you fake that?

Also note, mostly in the first video above, how quickly it vanished from view. That’s going to be hard to do for a guy in a suit in the dark. You can’t walk around in the dark with no flashlight. You’re going to fall down. For sure, you can’t move quickly in the woods at night with no flashlight. You will get hurt.

I’ve also seen a number of Bigfoot faces by now. In particular, this face looks a lot like Patty in the Patterson-Gimlin film.

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Filed under Americas, Animals, Apes, Bigfoot, Mammals, North America, Northeast, Regional, USA, Wild

2 responses to “Pennsylvania White Bigfoot Video

  1. Justin

    You and I are of like minds on this one.

  2. Lee

    You pretty much said it all in your first paragraph:

    “…a man heard noises in his backyard and went out to investigate. Looks like he brought a cellphone cam along with a flashlight. Now, admittedly, that is odd, I agree.”

    No, its not odd at all, especially when you’re conspiring to pull a hoax.

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