Part 3 Texas Bigfoot – Animal X Natural Mystery Unit

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  • worldsgreatestboxer wrote on 2 January, 2010, 2:25

    4:19 you can see a fake bigboot in the woods and yes this is actually filmed in sump hole southeast texas. i know cuz i live there and i go out in those woods all the time. never seen or hear a bigfoot though. but u never know there might be one here. theres lots of dense woods.

  • BlueKyne wrote on 2 January, 2010, 3:21

    I’d leave little PB&J sandwitches out in various places, that’ll get Bigfoot out from his hidey hole real quick!

  • Zoidus wrote on 2 January, 2010, 3:50

    Actually, it’s Australian.

  • Zeruel3 wrote on 2 January, 2010, 4:43

    If I were using bait I’d choose something like a fishing lure or a kalidescope, something it won’t have seen before, Bgifoot are supposed to be very inquistive animals so you’ve more chance of it investigating somrething unusual instead of messing with the camera

  • ecclectix wrote on 2 January, 2010, 5:33

    At 1:17 onwards I recognised bird chirping in the background which are from native birds found in Australia like honey eaters and other scrub wrens,so i guess there not really filming in America?

  • RevDarkehorse wrote on 2 January, 2010, 5:51

    I love Natalie’s British accent. Lovely!

  • RevDarkehorse wrote on 2 January, 2010, 6:19

    I love Natalie’s British accent. Lovely!

  • StorytellerMedia wrote on 2 January, 2010, 7:12

    So as a tribute to those roots, the same roots as Bill himself, Ive used Bills talents as an actor to portray our Host as a kind of 21st century Music Hall or Vaudeville crier or performer. Kinda Gothic, kinda different. I mean why be normal.

    Love it, or hate it. Thats Show Business, but I think Bill is great
    Mike

  • StorytellerMedia wrote on 2 January, 2010, 8:00

    Bill is also known for his role in Hancocks Half Hour, a radio show, before Television. But he goes back further than that to Vaudeville or Music Hall as it was known in Britain. The city version of the travelling circuses and shows, complete with its freak shows, its Cryptozoology collectors and investigators.

  • StorytellerMedia wrote on 2 January, 2010, 8:15

    He must be the oldest working actor in the world, who is known to a huge and much younger generation and it seems you either love him or hate him.

    Bill Kerr has been in more than 40 films with actors such as Mel Gibson and Sigourney Weaver. He was in the Dambusters, (if you dont know then Google it), He was even in Doctor Who back in the 60s.

  • StorytellerMedia wrote on 2 January, 2010, 9:09

    These fairs and circuses included the freak shows that were the home to Elephant Man, Siamese Twins, Bearded Ladies, dinosaur eggs and other natural mysteries; some were believable others were unbelievable, but where they real? It was left to the audience to make up its own minds.

    Bill Kerr was 85 years old when we made the Natural Mystery Unit. (hes still alive today and wants to make another series).

  • StorytellerMedia wrote on 2 January, 2010, 9:56

    To those who dont quite get Bills role, and what the Natural Mystery Unit is about.

    Theres not enough room here to explain the whole ethos of Animal X, but I will explain where Bill come from.

    Animal X is the only long running Cryptozoology show in the world, Cryptozoology is the study of hidden animals, animals considered to be legendary or nonexistent by mainstream biology.
    Cryptozoology has its roots in the travelling fairs and circuses of the late 1800s.

  • tiio6 wrote on 2 January, 2010, 10:56

    that baldy freaks me out

  • SSJGoku93Returns wrote on 2 January, 2010, 11:30

    I’ve seen that or a similar picture of a Bigfoot on the internet before, or well drawing or painting I should say. I’m pretty sure that was edited in for effect because it does not look like it is in the backdrop of the forest at all.

  • sasquatchhunter200 wrote on 2 January, 2010, 12:08

    unless they protect them legaly and breed them in captivity

  • spiritguide09 wrote on 2 January, 2010, 12:15

    i have come to think that the old baldy guy is a goat sucker OMG run

  • nustiuma wrote on 2 January, 2010, 12:53

    i actually hope they never discover him because if they do they wold surely take him put him in a cage and display him in a zoo and so destroy another species :(

  • ZEDROGANA wrote on 2 January, 2010, 13:13

    lolwtf i see it to its best to pause it at 17 and quickly duble click play

  • JadeImperial wrote on 2 January, 2010, 13:45

    Hi. Not sure if you are part of the “Bigfoot” team, but based on this fascinating youtube video set, I have some suggestions for getting better footage of bigfoot, but they won’t fit into 500 characters. The video has graphic examples of what to do and what not to do to get a bigfoot on video. The biggest mistake is vastly underestimating the intelligence and skills of these creatures. They are awesome.

  • StorytellerMedia wrote on 2 January, 2010, 13:45

    Actually yes, you are the first one. I’ve never observed that before. I have taken a closer look and yes it definitely looks like an eye. will be investigating further so stay tuned….

  • JadeImperial wrote on 2 January, 2010, 13:51

    At 4:19, when the camera is being waved around wildly, there are at least three frames of a grey head and an eye looking at them — in good focus, but hiding, trying not to be seen. I’m surprised it wasn’t mentioned in the commentary. Am I the only one to notice this?

  • beakie74 wrote on 2 January, 2010, 14:59

    chester’s one brave dude !
    you would’nt catch me going outdoors with a goatie like that ! lol

  • eljamiro wrote on 2 January, 2010, 15:21

    watch out ausies,chester,chester gunna molest ya. pinch all ya gear,next time ya see chester he wearin yo shoes. he’s a shady dealer that chester.

  • eljamiro wrote on 2 January, 2010, 15:57

    thats it mate,you get the idea,if he is out thier he must be one smart bugger,only getting caught in a few pictures over the years,that has got to be intelligent,i cannot see why they want to shoot him.i think he is harmless myself,still i would be pretty scared if i ran into him.your right,dart him,check him out,let him go,easy. after you find him its easy.lol.

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