Yet another alleged Bigfoot photo surfaces from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Just recently a video surfaced out of northern California alleging to show the legendary Bigfoot burying a trail camera in leaves.
Now another piece of alleged trail camera evidence is making the usual internet rounds. A website named Crypto Sightings was the first to post up the mysterious photo sometime last week. Time stamps on the photo indicate it was taken in August.
“The possible Bigfoot photo was taken in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in what seemed to be a fairly remote location,” Crypto Sightings wrote. “Many skeptics speculated that the U.P. Michigan Bigfoot photo may have been nothing more than a bear.”
While everyone is still scratching their heads over just what that California video showed, the mystery of the U.P. Bigfoot ended up being solved almost as quickly as it was brought up. Someone found and posted a second photo from the same camera taken just minutes later that clearly showed what Bigfoot was.
Darn, it turns out the skeptics were right this time around. The mystery turns out to be nothing more than a black bear.
While this may not have been as much fun as the mystery of a legendary unknown hominid, it does show how easily a bear could be mistaken for something it is not. What do you think? Could an incident like this suggest all Bigfoot sightings could be nothing more than mistaken identity?