The popular crypto-website Bigfoot Evidence may have come across some interesting and very exclusive data for the cryptozoology community regarding Bigfoot. According to an inside source, tomorrow at noon (presumably Mountain Time), there will allegedly be a press release held regarding the capture of a “Bigfoot” creature, which had been injured in a Colorado wildfire.

According to a comment placed on the site earlier today, a creature alleged to resemble the legendary Sasquatch was captured “near an area where one of the [Colorado wildfires] had recently passed through.” The creature was then taken “to one of their houses” and kept in a garage, where it has been described as being in critical condition.

Most of us are familiar with the way rumors like this can begin, and much to the chagrin of the serious researcher, the hoaxes that are typically underlying such claims. During the Dyer-Whitton Bigfoot Hoax of 2008 that made national headlines, more than just

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7 Replies to “Blog Mentions “Captured Colorado Bigfoot,” Press Release to Follow

  1. Unfortunately, this smells of yet another ill-conceived hoax. Not only will those making these outlandish claims look ridiculous in the eyes of the wider public when they fail to come up with the goods, but also those serious researchers looking into hairy hominids and other unexplained phenomena. Guilt by association.

    Who knows, perhaps I will have to eat my words… but I suspect we will be no closer to solving the mystery by the time the weekend rolls around.

  2. Andrew,

    Yes my friend, I suspect that you’re right again! And I won’t hold my breath waiting on that press release today… heh heh.

  3. The folks over at Bigfoot Evidence received an update, noting that the press conference has been moved to 3:00 PM GMT. And yet, we’ve not been told, to my knowledge, where to look for this to be aired! I guess this sort of thing is at least remotely fun to try and keep up with… I mean, if we’re completely out of our minds with boredom.

  4. 6:26 p.m. Mexico city time.

    I hope no one made any unwise bets on this…

    Re. the ‘Burned Bigfoot’ meme, wasn’t there a similar story placing the finding of a burned Sasquatch after the eruption of Mount St. Helens?

  5. The guys at Bigfoot Evidence never have a solid evidence. This might also be one of the false alarm as many times before.

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