Bigfoot is hoax.
Bigfoot, along with the Yeti is most likely to be a hoax. T
Hoax In Search of Bigfoot - 2006 TV was released on: USA: 5 January 2006
Anatomy of a Bigfoot Hoax - 2011 was released on: USA: 1 March 2011 (DVD premiere)
The cast of Anatomy of a Bigfoot Hoax - 2011 includes: Tom Biscardi as himself Robert JavaBob Schmalzbach as himself
There are men that want to be first in history accounted for bringing bigfoot to science but a hoax is not going to cut it.
Are there some brief footage of bigfoot that are too short tell is it is hoax or real. The best bigfoot footage was done in 1967 by Patterson and Gimlin.
The sole purported video of Bigfoot is the Patterson-Gimlin film shot in October 1967 and is available on YouTube. In 2002 Morris Costumes put forth a purported Bigfoot video which was later admitted to be a hoax to promote the company.
Some films are not a hoax, like that Patterson-Gimlin Film one where the body moves a way a human cannot, and plus the mouth moves. Bigfoot may or may not be a hoax, each person needs to decide for themselves. It's also important to remember that some people have a need to believe in things unexplained and unprovable or conspiracies. If you prefer to believe and someone is trying to convince you that Bigfoot is a hoax, that would be their opinion you still have a right to your own. Unless you asked them, as you did here, it's really none of their business. If you really want an upfront answer, it's my personal opinion that Bigfoot is a myth. Photos, videos, and heresay are not proof; even in a court proceeding, such evidence requires something additional to support it. Until there is some concrete proof, I'll remain in the maybe but not likely group.
Even proponents of Bigfoot admit that many of the sightings are hoaxes or misidentified animals. Cryptozoologists Loren Coleman and Diane Stocking have estimated that as many as 70 to 80 percent of sightings are not real.The most recent hoax, the 2008 frozen Georgian Bigfoot, involved a known Bigfoot hoaxer Tom Biscardi.Visit www.Bigfootlunchclub.com to learn more
Bigfoot turned out to be a hoax created by tom biscardi using a bigfoot suit and put it in a refrigator in the state of Georgia. The original motivation for the Georgia Body hoax was the attempt by sheriff deputy Matt Whitton, and used car salesman Rick Dyer, to offer expeditions like the BFRO. Bigfoot expeditions looked like a great business to them, because the BFRO's expedition often sell out months in advance. They saw an opportunity to attract the people who didn't sign up for the BFRO's trips in time. This same motivation was shared by the infamous hoaxer Carmine Biscardi. Years before this hoax Biscardi had started a company called the "Great American Bigfoot Field Research Organization" in a blatant attempt to confuse people who had heard about BFRO expeditions. Biscardi, a former Las Vegas promoter, eventually changed the name of his business entity to "Searching for Bigfoot, Inc".
Tom Biscardi has: Played himself in "Most Annoying People 2008" in 2008. Played Tom Biscardi in "Bigfoot: A Beast on the Run" in 2008. Played himself in "Strange" in 2009. Played himself in "Anatomy of a Bigfoot Hoax" in 2011. Played himself in "Bigfoot Lives 2" in 2011.