The “possible Sasquatch” is the black dot in the center of the photo above.
Back in the summer of 2011, Myles Lamont filmed this “possible sasquatch sighting” while standing atop Tricouni Peak near Squamish in British Columbia. The video was recently uploaded to YouTube, and has since garnered more than 580,000 views.
The video shows a strange object quickly moving across a vast glacier valley.
“The subject was clearly bipedal and was without snowshoes or a backpack and wearing all one colored clothing,” wrote Lamont on his YouTube page.
Whatever it is, it’s able to move across the icey glacier with incredible speed.
Take a look.
The “possible sasquatch” took roughly one minute to climb up what appears to be more than 100 feet in elevation on the glacier.
Maybe it was a really fit hiker hiker who has a penchant for climbing steep remote glaciers.
Or maybe it’s the Sasquatch…
Speaking of Sasquatch sightings, we shared a story back in January about a hunter who claimed he had killed the real Sasquatch near San Antonio, Texas. After the story picked up national attention, the hunter decided to take his bigfoot trophy on parking lot tour of the southern US. Most spectators weren’t convinced.
We weren’t either.
What do you think was in the video above? Share your thoughts in the comments section.
Featured image via YouTube/M. Lamont