Why is it so difficult to sneak up on Bigfoot? It’s obvious to me that he has excellent hearing, allowing him time to avoid approaching photographers . . . or hunters.
The roar (or purr) of an internal combustion engine sends Sasquatch into the deep underbrush. He knows that he has to vamoose when he hears one of those dino-juice-burners approaching.
But what’s going to happen when you go down to the woods today with a clean, green, silent bike, like one of these?:
What happens is that you might sneak up on one of the biggest mysteries of North America, as seen and heard during this short, blurry movie:
Maybe, however, if you had a better camera, like the one seen on these bikes…:
…you might get a better shot of the big lug.
If you’re patient, you might even be able to catch enough footage to put together a whole television show about the biped, and maybe even air it on something like, I dunno… Animal Planet?
What’s going on here?:
Maybe there are some more clues to be found with some sort of search. You never know.
I was just going through some old photos of mine and discovered a familiar blurry shape in the background: