A person by the name of J Louie sent the controversial picture to the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization, and it has recently been getting a lot of attention on social media.
“When we lived in Pierce, the house we lived in had a good sized area of land at the back of the property,” she wrote. “Me and my husband Tom used to set trail cams for our 3 young kids, we used to get some lovely wildlife and birds show up.”
“Back in August of 2020 we checked the cameras one day and found a photo of a strange humanoid shaped figure that had been captured by one of the trail cams.”
“Not really sure what to make of the photo, we never showed it to the kids, it is very odd and peculiar looking, it does look like a long haired humanoid shaped figure covered in hair.”
“I wonder if it could be some kind of Yeti or Bigfoot type of being?”
Unfortunately, the picture itself appears to just reveal a section of the creature’s upper body and limbs, making it incredibly challenging to establish any kind of conclusive identification.
The legends of Bigfoot go back beyond recorded history and cover the world. In North America – and particularly the Northwest – you can hear tales of seven-foot-tall hairy men stalking the woods, occasionally scaring campers, lumberjacks, hikers and the like.
Bigfoot is known by many titles with many different cultures although the name Bigfoot is generally attributed to the mountainous Western region of North America.