Bigfoot Could Exist According To New TV Show’s Research
A new television show using modern technology is out to prove that Bigfoot is real.
Personally, I don't believe in Bigfoot but I enjoy the legend of the beast. I enjoy reading stories and seeing documentaries about it.
Of course, some people are all in for Sasquatch. They claim to have a sighting or interaction.
Now, the Travel Channel has created a new program to find out for sure.
According to forbes.com,
"Expedition Bigfoot will highlight modern-day technology and a team of searchers using an advanced data algorithm, groundbreaking science, and tools to analyze five decades of Bigfoot sightings and to pinpoint when and where to encounter the beast."
"They use the latest advanced technologies to narrow their search within the target zone. As the investigation intensifies, evidence that Bigfoot is in the area begins to pile up. Possible nesting sites, footprints, and vocalizations lead the team to a hot spot where inexplicable events occur, and one of the greatest pieces of video evidence in Bigfoot history is recorded. The eight-part series premieres Sunday, December.”
What did they find?
“They were not interested in anything but the definitive proof and concrete evidence. They walked away from this expedition thinking very differently than when they went in and saw things that wouldn't have believed otherwise had not seen it with their own eyes. It all comes down to the evidence. The pieces of evidence found definitively did not belong to anything that is known of in that area. They captured on video a piece of evidence that is an equally strong attack. It was shared with a world-renowned primatologist who has seen every living primate in the wild and is very familiar with primates and does not believe in Bigfoot. When they saw this piece of evidence, they were blown away and confirmed to me what my suspicion was, is that something apelike was far from its home. ”
I think I'll set my DVR to check out that show. What do you think?
Video: Sasquatch Expert Captain Dale McKenna