A North Carolina man, Thomas Byers, claims to have captured the legendary Bigfoot on video.
Unfortunately, the 5-second clip — filmed in Rutherford County on Tuesday — shows little more than a blurry silhouette running across a road, and a sound that Byers alleges to be the creature’s “snarl.”
The blobsquatch video isn’t spectacular, but rather the idea that some nutjob (or mischievous jokester) can offer up something so ludicrously hilarious and have it sweep through news sites like wildfire.
Hey, I’m obviously doing nothing different from all the news outlets that are using this for content.
Of course, I’m laughing hysterically and not feeding you a line about it. I am not skeptical. Skeptical would suggest there is a cell somewhere in my body that isn’t positive about what this video isn’t.
I’m also not going to link to the guy’s website. OK, I lied, I am. Here it is. I am going to tell you not to click on it. You don’t really want to see more of this nonsense do you? Stop snickering. No, I am not advising you to email the guy and ask for a better description of the blobsquatch’s dong (or knob, in the parlance of our times).
I hope Biscardi is on his way to confirm the details.
- Bigfoot video emerges of ‘ape man’ crossing the road in North Carolina (dailymail.co.uk)
- North Carolina man says he’s got video of Bigfoot (msnbc.msn.com)
- Is Bigfoot in North Carolina? (foxnews.com)
- Thomas Byers Captures Bigfoot on Video FINALLY (VIDEO) (blippitt.com)