Bigfoot Skeptics Snap Photo of...Bigfoot?

The Kedrowskis are father and sons from Minnesota that don't believe in the legend of bigfoot.  That's why they're scratching their heads over a photo taken from one of their wilderness motion-detecting cameras that they use to gauge deer migration.

They at first suspected each other of a prank, but have decided it wasn't actually one of them, and nobody else knew about the camera, or its location.  Tim, the father, asked neighbors about the night in question.
(T)hey said they had gone out about 2 a.m. to use the outhouse and had heard strange squealing noises. Tim said he asked them to show him the direction of the sounds. They pointed to the area where the camera had been, although they had no idea of its location.

In spite of such seemingly credible reports, biologists remain unconvinced.

"Personally, I don't buy the fact this thing exists," said Blane Klemek, assistant wildlife manager with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in Bemidji.  He also noted than no one has ever found a Bigfoot carcass.  "All organisms die; they don't just go away," Klemek said. "You'd think someone someday would find one."

Link via The Obscure Store and Reading Room.

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A suit but some sort of novelty one. I have seen photos of people who seem to have a fetish about wooliness and have suits made that make them look like muppets with eye holes (rather than big ping-pong ball eyes like real muppets). While I don't think this is a woolie fetishist, I think the poacher or whoever wears a suit like this so that if anyone sees him he can give an ungodly scream and send them running to the next state. It would also probably be warm and looks bulky enough to conceal a hand gun or something and some equipment like a flash light. If he started doing this a few years ago he would cause a few sitings an even trip a camera now and then.
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Gloved right hand.
Long legs (human proportions)
Reflective surface that doesn't pull in at bendable joints.

I'm a bigfoot-believer-wannabe (I want to believe), but this picture isn't it.

I'm guessing misunderstanding, rather than hoax. A hoaxer would go to greater lengths...
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If they really were skeptics as they claim, they would see this picture and just push on the "delete"-button while mumbling something along the line of "...stupid poacher...".

Now they're just a couple of morons who seek their moment in the limelight. Well congrats folks- You made it! Now we all know you exist.
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