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All the credit goes to “Sweaty Yeti” from the Bigfoot Forums… (A special thanks to Andrew Webster and Joshua Kitzakaze for bringing this to my attention.)

Check out two pictures that Standing had circulated in the past as being a real Sasquatch…



Sweaty Yeti, provided the community with a GIF that shows that it looks like a little manipulation is here at play.



Notice the blur on the foliage which disappears or appears with however order you look at the pictures from?

It would also explain as we called in in 2010, the different angles of light sources. Either this Sasquatch was very photogenic or came into a studio for a photo shoot.

CGI layering folks looking like from composite photos or videos. The subject in the film is a clay model as evidenced by the following picture.


Fake nose


Unless the upper lip separates from the nose, which it does NOT in a primate, guess what? That line should not be there. In fact in the close up you can see the lines of the layer of clay used to construct this fellow.

Fact is the method would have been to construct the face first and the nose would have been added in afterwards. All consistent with a clay model.

Till Next Time,


Just who is Todd Standing?

We pointed out in an earlier blog about my first gut reaction to Todd Standing’s alleged head shot of a Sasquatch and how my gut reaction just doesn’t sit right.

Well first of all it is on good merit.

See why in the world would Todd Standing use an alias while being the main figure at a production company? More matter of fact his sister Louise is using an alias as well.  (Yes he has a sister Louise).

Here’s a screen shot of the old production company site:



And we know Standing aka Todd Rockwell had his own faux Facebook page:


Apparently Todd also has a sister, Chantel.

The question is why would you hide your real name from a legitimate business? unless it is a ploy to set up for your REAL business of Bigfoot hoaxing.




Of course the above ad when revealed several years ago, and some work done over at Ghost Theory, Sylvanic Video #1 disappeared.

It was very clear  that Todd had put an ad in a paper looking for actors prior to the release of Sylvanic one.

But I also believe in my opinion, that the actor thing was not going to work out, and his first original goal was a “Blair Witch”  style Bigfoot “Documentary.”  I also think that Sylvanic 1 was actually Louise Standing playing the voice of the girl in the video.




Whatever the case, the early, less practiced deceptions and aliases should be an alert that Standing was not trying to hide himself from the Bigfoot world, but rather attempting to hide the fact he was fronting a production company is HUGE.


Now take a look at that “Bigfoot” head, and tell me why is there no shots of the body, or it walking into picture? If it’s handheld why no shaking?

It reeks of production company work, my thoughts are CGI with a mix of real photography, and not very good at that because the fact that in both the video and captures the focal point seems at several different depths, at which the layers were focused improperly.

If this was one fluid piece, such as an a real photo or video or animatronic head captured by video, there would only be one focal point per frame of video or picture.


Till next Time


April Fools joke or not a story emerged from Ratcliff, Texas where some intrepid commenters have solved the mystery more accurately than the state biologist, Brent Ortego contacted to watch the film and throw an opinion.

As the story begins a local couple there caught something in their live capture trap, and what  they saw in the cage they weren’t expecting. 



The “creature” captured in the cage.  (Photo Credit:


Chupacabra Found Alive?

by Janelle Bludau Newscenter 25.

RATCLIFFE – Deep in the back woods of South Texas, you never know what might be lurking around the corner, or in your tree.

"He saw this strange animal up here eating corn," Jackie Stock said.

In Ratcliffe, a small town in DeWitt County, residents are certain they’ve found the mythical, despicable chupacabra, and this time, it’s alive.

Ratcliffe Resident Jackie Stock said her husband caught the creature Sunday night.

“He called me to come and look, and I said ‘Bubba that looks like a baby chupacabra,’” Stock said.

With its hairless back, large claws, countless teeth and ferocious growl, many would say this animal fits the bill.

“I hunted coons for 20 years with dogs and I ain’t ever seen anything that looks like that right there,” Ratcliffe resident Arlen Parma said.

Parma said one of the biggest signs it’s not a raccoon is its growl.

“A coon doesn’t make that noise, or a possum. What makes that noise? I guess a chupacabra does,” Parma said.

Most people in DeWitt County are convinced this is the elusive chupacabra, but what do wildlife experts have to say?

“The animal in the cage as best I can tell from the view is some sort of a small canine,” Brent Ortego, Wildlife Diversity Biologist with Texas Parks and Wildlife, said.

Ortego said a canine can include a coyote, dog, or even a fox. He said the animal most likely has mange which has caused it to lose its hair. But as for a chupacabra, he thinks otherwise.

“It’s never been proven to be a unique species. It was always something out there that allegedly was said to cause harm to people or livestock,” Ortego said.

Chupacabra or not, right now this little guy is staying at the Stock household, living off a diet of cat food and corn, at least until someone can find out what it really is.

“We were just trying to figure out what it is because we’ve never seen anything like it before,” Stock said.



The Biologist Ortego claimed that , “The animal in the cage as best I can tell from the view is some sort of a small canine.”

A look at the front paws of the creature and the way it consumes food, easily tells it is not canine in nature.

The commenters on the news agency’s site immediately identified the hairless fellow, as a hairless raccoon. They even submitted a few links, where these pictures conclusively tells all.




We have to remember folks, that science is not perfect, because it always has a human element to it.


Till Next Time,


I have some general thoughts on Todd Standing’s “Blinking Bigfoot.”

It was originally released in 2011. First of all, the pictures I’ve seen appear to show only one creature.




My ultimate gut is, there is something wrong with the pictures.

Notice the camera seems to be focused at different depths while out of focus in between some of those depths, to me meaning something graphic has been added to the photo of the photo had the blurring added to mask a quality or detail the presenter does not want the public and or experts to see.

common attributes


The other thing that seriously grabs my attention is that the clips look awfully similar in tack to the obviously poor model in the picture on the right, released by standing prior to “Blinky.”



Of course we know Todd owns or owned a production company named “OutStanding Productions,” in which he hid his identity using “Todd Rockwell,” as an alias as well as having an ad looking for actors just prior to the release of Sylvanic Video #1.

This means that CGI could very well be at Mr. Standings fingertips. I have a pretty good eye. And in my opinion this looks like CGI to me or a model morphed to appear it is blinking.

CGI may also explain the varying degrees of focus in the picture. Time will tell as our investigation will continue.

Till Next Time,


Important Rick Dyer update…

Petition calling on Federal Prosecution of Dyer for Internet fraud etc…


Click Photo  to sign petition


To report a Cybercrime:

If you paid to see “Hank” while in San Antonio…

here’s a link to the onlne Police Report you can fill out.


Tweet campaign to the DA, (use Radio Station Link)



Bexar County DA’s Twitter account:



Finally Hitting the news….

And the petition gets a boost too!





Former Employee Reveals Bigfoot Body is a Hoax [WATCH + LISTEN]



Mar 31, 2014

By Brandon De Hoyos

(HOUSTON) — A former publicist says the body of a dead Bigfoot now on national tour is a hoax.

Andrew Clacy told NEWS 92 FM famed Bigfoot tracker Rick Dyer has confessed the body was made by a Washington toy maker.

(HOUSTON) — A former publicist says the body of a dead Bigfoot now on national tour is a hoax.

Andrew Clacy told NEWS 92 FM famed Bigfoot tracker Rick Dyer has confessed the body was made by a Washington toy maker.

Clacy said he believed the events and the body were real based on what Dyer told him, but he became suspicious after moving from Australia to the U.S. to assist the infamous tracker in publicizing the body’s national tour.

“[He] admitted to me personally that the body of ‘Hank’ was not a real body but rather a construct of a company from Washington State which was paid for by Rick Dyer,” Clacy wrote.  ”Once I became aware of the truth, I could no longer continue in my role with Rick Dyer on moral and ethical grounds…”

On Sunday, Chris Russell, of Washington, confirmed ‘Hank’ was a fraud created for the filming of an upcoming movie, Sasquatch Detective blog reports.

“HANK was made of polyfoam filled latex with latex paints and red camel hair glued on… intentionally to look like an “old poorly made taxidermy of a bigfoot nearly 8 feet tall and 4 feet wide at shoulders” at clients request to tour the country while filming of a movie for film studio I will not publicly name at this time,” Russell told researcher Laura Michaels, according to the blog.

Clacy, who has since returned to Australia, told NEWS 92 FM he is “available and willing to cooperate with any Federal or State law enforcement  investigations should they arise.”

A petition was started online to charge Dyer with fraud. See the petition here.





Till Next Time,



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