If you spend any amount of time in the woods of the Pacific Northwest, you are bound to hear some very strange stories.
And no, we’re not talking about some crusty old hippies stoned out of their gourds on legal marijuana, but rather, tales of a an enormous bipedal primate that lurks in the vast wildernesses from Northern California to British Columbia and beyond.
For decades, mainstream science has refuted the idea that Sasquatch exists, largely because no “real” evidence has turned up; no body, no DNA, and no irrefutable footage.
But this week, a strange set of images captured on a trail camera in Washington State has added a bit more anecdotal evidence to the mix.
An odd pair of photos circulating online show what appears to be a large bipedal creature lurking in a from Washington state forest and some suspect that mysterious figure could be Sasquatch. The curious images (which can be seen below) were reportedly posted to a Facebook group devoted to showcasing trail camera pictures from around the state. Although they were initially revealed back in October, the photos strangely resurfaced on social media this past week. The individual who originally shared the photos explained at the time that “I just checked my camera that is deep in the woods behind Mount Si in the Snoqualmie Valley…either there is a Sasquatch in the area or I’m being expertly pranked.”
The images weren’t exactly proof-positive of the beast’s existence, but they were certainly intriguing.
The first of the two images shows a hairy bipedal figure emerging on the left hand side of the picture, while, in the second photo, the interloper has moved closer to the center and stands next to a tree. Sadly, due to the angle of the sun when the photos were taken, the anomalous being is largely silhouetted, however its hirsute nature as well as the remote location where the images were allegedly taken has led many observers, including the person who procured the pictures, to theorize that the entity is the legendary Bigfoot.
Skeptics have suggested that the entire thing could be a hoax, either perpetrated by the trail camera owner, or by someone who knew about the trail camera itself.
The images can be seen below.
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