TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
1998, Valles Caldera National Preserve, New Mexico: Thermal Vision Camera Captures Three Bigfoot
Amateur photographer, Ted Wilkins, captured several figures moving across the field of vision of a set of infrared cameras he set up in the Valles Caldera National Preserve. Wilkins hoped to capture some nocturnal migrations of small marsupials.
Instead, what Wilkins discovered while reviewing the previous night’s footage were several large ape like creatures with very warm heat signatures crossing his camera’s field of vision. The littlest one, probably around 6 feet tall, lingered the longest on camera. The tallest and broadest, close to 12 feet tall with a shoulder breadth of nearly 4 feet, walked slowly but steadily across the field. The middle sized one scurried behind, tossing something ahead of it, then scooping it up and tossing it again.
Wilkins interpreted the creatures to be a family of Bigfoot. The smallest one being the mother, the tallest the father, and the middle sized one a child, possibly playing with a crude ball or other toy.
While the video is compelling, it does not prove anything, really.