Real Thing TV
The Blizzard of 2015 brought more
than just record amounts of snow to places from New York to
Massachusetts -- it also sort of, kind of, maybe became ideal strolling
weather for none other than Bigfoot and its distant cousin, Yeti.
an obviously costumed individual walked the streets around Boston on
Jan. 26 during the snowstorm -- dressed as the legendary white-haired
Yeti -- its dark-haired relative -- aka Bigfoot -- was supposedly
jaunting through storm-riddled Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York.
That's right: Bigfoot in the Big Apple!
story first came to light when Russell Strark, a resident of Brooklyn's
Fort Greene neighborhood, sent the following video to The Brooklyn
ALSO ANOTHER REPORT OF BIGFOOT IN THE Florida Swamp.
January roared in like a lion and out with a flurry of Bigfoot reports.
year began with a Jan. 3 controversial story of how a fisherman claimed
to have seen and photographed Bigfoot -- known in Florida as a Skunk
Ape -- while it allegedly sat in a few feet of the murky swampy
Hillsborough River outside of Tampa, Florida.
Fast forward to
Jan. 25 when HuffPost reader Matthew McKamey sent a video of something
he says he and a friend saw while canoeing in a swamp that day in
Lettuce Lake Park near, of all places, Tampa, Florida.
reports are highly dubious. Let's take a look at the second report to
see if it's the legendary hairy beast ... or possibly another hoaxer
who'll risk getting his butt bitten off in a Florida swamp, just to post
some viral video on YouTube.
Travel companies encourage the
public to visit the local swamps around Tampa, to spend time hiking,
fishing and canoeing, and yet, they issue cautionary notes to the public
to be careful of all the local alligators and snakes in the area that
also encompasses the University of South Florida.
Florida, you tend to be used to that," McKamey, 28, who performs tree
and landscape maintenance around Tampa, told HuffPost.
business parks here that have little manmade lakes with fountains in
the middle and gators rest on the fountains. You get used to it. Just
the other day, while canoeing, I saw a number of gators, ranging from
four to six feet in length."
The two men took a canoe into one of
the many swampy inlets of Lettuce Lake Park. Around 1:00p.m., they
heard a noise accompanied by tree movement. McKamey grabbed his phone and started videotaping.
I believe the Boggy Creek Monster will be making a appears soon also.'