The aforementioned Bigfoot found in a backyard is apparently turning out to be an error in judgment, however a Facebook group owner who investigated the matter has been asked to wait until after Monday evening’s broadcast of Overnight AM, to share his report. He kindly agreed to that.
Could it be that “Mr. Mike” imagined all the Bigfoots in his yard, that the private investigator’s photo is a blobsquatch, and that we’re once again facing a case of false claims and disappointed hopes?
A few weeks ago I wrote about my frustration with false Bigfoot reports. I have heard too many of them at this point, and find it distressing whenever a sighting report proves insubstantial. It would help if people who are not absolutely certain of what they saw would quit making grandiose claims.
The implication is that Mr. Mike may have made an error in identifying … shadows, perhaps. But we’ll just have to wait a few more hours to get the rest of the story.
[Update: After hearing the radio broadcast on July 12 I changed my mind about this, and now feel it is possible that there’s another explanation that does not indicate any dementia on the part of the man who reported these Bigfoot sightings. See my report: Bigfoot in Mr. Mike’s Backyard: Follow-Up on Lan Lamphere’s Internet Radio Broadcast.]