An anonymous YouTube video has surfaced showing what a hiker in Utah believes may be Bigfoot.
The video was posted the day before Halloween by “Beard Card,” the YouTube handle of the man behind the camera. It arrived only a couple weeks before the premiere of the third season of the reality TV show “Finding Bigfoot,” and shortly after the announcement of a rival show on the Spike network that will offer $10 million — the largest cash prize in television history — for solid evidence of Bigfoot.
“We had actually been standing there for awhile. We had thought it was a bear up to that point, but when it stood up and looked at us, it was just a massive animal,” “Beard Card,” who didn’t want his real name made public, told Salt Lake City’s Fox News 13
The hikers heard rustling in the bushes, and believed that what they got a glimpse of was not a bear. The creature’s height is not obvious from the video and whatever it is, it seems in line with all the qualifications of a “Blobsquatch,” a term used to define what happens when someone sees a large, shadowy mass and assume it’s Bigfoot.