I’m fairly skeptical of Bigfoot. I won’t say there cannot be an undiscovered hominid deep in the vast North America wilderness. It is not impossible. However, my problem with Bigfoot is it’s sighted EVERYWHERE. It seems the creature regularly turns up at the edges of civilization on a regular basis, near campgrounds and outside rural homes. This semi-rural Bigfoot is not possible; it would have been discovered long ago.
I thought of the semi-rural Bigfoot as entirely the product of scams, hoaxes and wild imagination. Then recently my good friend told me of his sighting decades ago, before digital technology or the Internet existed. He was in a canoe with his young son on a river in Wisconsin at sunrise, where this region was yet undeveloped. Suddenly both spotted a shape emerging out of the water at the edge of the riverbank. It was covered with hair, arose on two feet and lumbered into the forest. This was not a scam or hoax, or even wild imagination. Both father and son saw the same thing, and it was frightening.
This means the semi-rural Bigfoot sightings are real and not entirely tricks. What are people seeing? I have a suggestion. These sightings are not hominids, but something all together different. These Bigfoot are vibrations that live in the forest. Call them blurry beings.
When these blurry vibrations are spotted, we see something that really doesn’t make sense. Our brains then fill in the blanks; our minds complete the details. We see a creature that looks natural, but if we took a picture of it at the same time it would appear only as a blur or a fuzzy image.
There really hasn’t been a clear photo of Bigfoot (that I assume wasn’t a hoax). But there have been photos of these blurs, these dark shapes. If I am correct, we’ll never get a clear picture of the semi-rural Bigfoot. Yet it might be worth studying these images of dark shapes and see if we can learn something from them. These blurry images might provide clues to the true nature of the vibrations that live in the forest.