Pennsylvania Man Claims Photos Of A Juvenile Bigfoot

From the BFRO website:

To see the photos, click Pennsylvania Man Claims Photos Of A Juvenile Bigfoot The photos are copyrighted and exclusively seen on the BFRO site.

Date: September 16, 2007

Location: Northwest Pennsylvania

Camera: Bushell trail camera (automatic) with infrared (invisible) flash. Camera placed by R. Jacobs.

Time of images: See time stamps on images - click icons above for larger versions.

Figures in images: Bear cubs in first image; Possible young sasquatch in two subsequent images.

Bait used: Strong aromatic deer attractant mix and a mineral lick block.

These images were obtained with a Bushnell trail camera in Northwest Pennsylvania on the evening of September 16, 2007 by R. Jacobs.

Jacobs had placed the motion-sensing camera on a tree along a game trail in a remote forest area in order to photograph any deer that might be using the trail. He did this in preparation for the Fall deer hunt. Jacobs was not trying to obtain images of a bigfoot/sasquatch.

The area in the foreground was baited with a deer attractant mix and a mineral lick block. In the first image (the one with the bear cubs) the mineral lick block can be seen sitting on a large black plastic plate. One of the bear cubs is apparently licking or sniffing the mineral block. In the two subsequent images the black plate is turned over and leaning against the mineral block.

Several minutes elapsed between the image of the bear cubs and the images showing the ape-like animal (see the time stamps in the lower right corner of the images).

The second image shows the ape-like animal from a rear-side angle, with its head obscured by its shoulders. In the third image the ape-like animal appears to be smelling the ground near where the deer attractant mix had been scattered.

Various anatomical elements can be seen upon careful examination of the images, including a bare spot in the fur under the arm.

These images are currently being analyzed for the BFRO by anthropologists at Idaho State University at Pocatello. The anthropologists will be examining bear skeletons in order to rule out that possibility definitively.

More details, data, and related images will be added to this page in coming days.

The specific location will not be disclosed publicly, for obvious reasons.

These recent images from Pennsylvania are very significant to bigfoot research. They likely show a juvenile bigfoot, as they have been described consistently by eyewitnesses over the years. Juvenile bigfoots are typically described as quadrupedal (walking on four legs), with the ability to climb trees or run very quickly on all fours. They are sometimes seen alternating between a quadrupedal posture and an awkward bipedal posture. Whereas the larger, adult bigfoots are almost never described as walking or running on all fours.

It was thought for a long time that any legitimate images of an adult bigfoot would likely be dismissed by the public as showing a human in a costume due to the bipedal posture of adult bigfoots, which is so reminiscent of a human posture. In the case of a juvenile (quadrupedal) bigfoot, by contrast, the scientific debate would not revolve around whether the figure could be a man in a costume. Rather, the debate would revolve around what type of animal it is ... an entirely different debate.

The BFRO has the privilege of informally naming the apelike-figure captured in these photos. It will be refered to as the "Jacobs creature" (like the "Patterson creature").

Formal, scientific, taxonomic classification, usually cannot be derived from photographs alone, but can be tentatively suggested.

These images have been registered with the U.S. Copyright office by the lawyer for R. Jacobs. The images are available to be licensed for re-publishing. To inquire about licensing only, please send an email to jacobs_photos@BFRO.net



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