Mysterious new 'crystal clear' Bigfoot footage has been explained
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Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Shannon Parker
A 'crystal clear' Bigfoot sighting has been explained after people flooded to social media in excitement.
Ah, yes, another Bigfoot sighting. And to give this explorer their dues, the footage is rather convincing.
When Parker took the Narrow Gauge train ride from Durango to Silverton with her partner on Sunday (8 October) she told him to keep an eye out for 'elk in the mountains' as they passed through San Juan National Park.
Her post reads: "After leaving Silverton and heading back to Durango, I asked Stetson to help me look for elk in the mountains . As we are passing by the mountains, Stetson sees something moving and then says I think it’s Bigfoot.
"Brandon, the guy sitting next to Stetson on the train grabs his phone and starts recording. Meanwhile I am trying to get a photo on my camera. Below is the video Brandon @bt92.travels got and the photos I took.
"Y’all, out of the hundreds of people on the train, three or four of us actually saw, as Stetson says in the video , the ever elusive creature Bigfoot! I don’t know about y’all but We Believe!! #bigfootsighting #bigfootisreal #bigfoot."
There's no denying it, there is certainly a furry, brown figure to be spotted within the shrubbery, but the question is is it really Bigfoot?
Many social media users were convinced, flocking to the comments in enthusiasm.
One said: "Looks right to me! How crazy!!"
"This is amazing!" Another added.
And a third chimed: "I believe.."
Alas, Bigfoot believers prepare yourself, because there's an update posted to Daily Loud on X - formerly known as Twitter - which might explain the sighting.
The note reads: "This is located in Silverton in Durango. It’s part of a quite popular Bigfoot themed expedition trailer company called Sasquatch Expedition Trailers. The owner regularly dresses up as Sasquatch."
It also links to Sasquatch Expedition Camper's website where there is indeed, a photograph of someone dressed in Bigfoot attire.
The site states: "Like those in search of the legendary Sasquatch, we believe in searching for something more. We’re building a community of believers to create a supportive and inclusive space for adventure seekers, because sharing experience with others makes the journey and destination that much more rewarding."
Better luck next time, Bigfooters.