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Finding Bigfoot: Police Cruiser Video Evidence
Georgia Police Cruiser Still Frame Capture
Published: 1:42 PM 8/29/2011

Bigfoot Caught on Police Cruiser Dash Camera

This video was captured by a Police car camera on May-16-09 in Lumpkin County, Georgia.

The cruiser was occupied at the time by a sheriff and his passenger, Mary Scott.

The two were having a casual conversation when all at once, a bi-pedal creature ran across the road in front of the car.

The sheriff found a turn around spot down the road, and sped back to the location of the sighting.

His first thought; "Please tell me we caught that on video."

The video shown below is definitely one of the best sources of proving the existence of Bigfoot.

Although it is true that many animals cross roads at night, especially in rural areas, the subject here is not a deer, bear, or any other common forest denizen.

Could this be a real Bigfoot?

Edited by: Brenda Booth
permanent link: http://www.mysterycasebook.com/2011/.html

source & references:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHVbE4zhocQ

www.animalplanet.com

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