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They’re calling it the best picture of Bigfoot ever taken. Check out this photo from Alberta, Canada shot in August 2012.

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In August of 2012, a game trapper in Alberta obtained the above image of Bigfoot from a trail camera.  Many think it’s the best (clearest) image of Bigfoot since the famous Patterson-Gimlin film.  The authenticity of the film was vouched for by a friend of the trapper, “Penney”.

“I know this person. They are a dogsledder and would in no way be the type to try to fool around with fake pictures. They actually think it’s a bear and cub but for some reason they only have one photo. Strange.”

Experts note that the torso of the beast is too long to be a gorilla or large ape, but some think that the picture was a full-grown bear with a baby bear superimposed to make it appear as if it were one animal.  Or possibly a bear standing on its head (seriously).

The photo was accompanied with this explanation:

“This IS a clear photo… except that it is too dark to see much detail.. so I did what I normally do with photos and used ‘Irfanview’ image editor, to lighten and sharpen it. After doing so, it becomes clearer. Clearer enough to judge, that it is NOT a bear. For me, it is clearly a ‘Hominid’ i.e. a creature with two arms and legs, as we have. It is (unfortunately) sitting ‘facing away from camera’. Leaning back on its left arm (big) with LONG hair hanging all around the shoulders and back. Its right arm and hand is in its lap – or in front of it. Its right leg is bent up and is visible, in front of it, just as we do it. (covered in black/dark hair). This is either ‘Bigfoot’, or a man in a suit. I think its Bigfoot! Great photo! Probably the best image since the P.G. film!”

Hoax or is this the best picture of Bigfoot ever taken? Let us know in the comments below.

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