#ThursdayTapes 6: New York Juvenile Sasquatch

Posted: August 11, 2011 in #thursdaytapes
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#ThursdayTapes 6 shows one of the most well known Bigfoot videos was captured by Robert Pridgen, at Lembo Lake Campground in the U.S. state of New York. In 1996, a festival was being held at Lembo Lake, and a large collection of people gathered for camping and fun. One of the groups was filming around the fire and captured some bizarre behavior in the trees. The footage of the creature wasn’t discovered until six years after the event. In the clip, a figure can be seen lifting a smaller creature up into the tree. The larger object is on camera for 14 seconds, while the juvenile is visible for 44 seconds. The video gives a good analysis of the event and shows a stabilized version of the action.

What to Look For

The clip starts with a juvenile creature being lifted into the tree by a larger object. The figure can then be witnessed swinging in the tree and displays some incredible maneuvers. It can be seen moving around on the branches. After research was conducted, it has been confirmed that the smaller Sasquatch is approximately five feet tall. The most startling aspect of the clip is the creature’s long arms. No pets are allowed in the campground and the figure is out of place. The athletic ability of the animal is impressive. Many sightings of young Bigfoot have been reported high in the trees. However, the New York Sasquatch was the only video recorded until the 2010 Ontario, Canada incident. The clip is special because the action is not easily explained.

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  1. Autumnforest says:

    Okay, I’m not impressed with that one. It looked exactly like a branch of the tree swaying. Man has been upright for a very long time and good at being upright. Squatch has been obviously upright a long time with no tail. No tree tendencies in either species.

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