Bigfoot Kill Photo Examination
For as long as people have been looking towards the unknown, there have been those who would seek to take advantage of those people. Hoaxers and fraudsters have ridden the train of civilization since we began our journey, and today, we can see these dream killers in action as we seek an answer to the so-called Bigfoot phenomenon.
Youtube is overloaded with claims of Bigfoot sightings, and through the years, many newspapers have presented images doctored to appear as though they may well be the real McCoy, with a misleading script explaining the authenticity of the image gracing their pages.
Recently, a photo was submitted to the Maine Bigfoot Research group from a BFRO associate with a query as to whether anyone may have some knowledge of the photo of this implied Bigfoot kill. At first glance, I gave the photo a quick glance and thought to myself, cool, somebody did some research.
However, upon closer examination the seemingly legit image quickly turned into an utter fake, albeit with some fairly decent editing skills exhibited in the photo. Follow along with Bigfoot Tales as I dissect this photo and explain why it is a hoaxers prank, and nothing more.