The ‘Creepy Bigfoot’ Photograph from Canada

Posted on May 30 2017 - 11:29am by Cryptozoology News

In 2011, Sanel Hodzic was reportedly walking with her dog in British Columbia’s Teapot Hill hiking trail, Canada, when she came upon a primate-like creature.

Hodzic claims that as she began “changing music” in her iPhone and “not really paying attention” to her surroundings, her canine friend started barking.

“I noticed something about 50 feet ahead of me,” she said on Bigfoot Encounters. “It was in the bushes.”

The Canadian woman, who reported being “scared and frozen”, said she kept staring at the purported animal until she decided to take a picture with her iPhone 4. She added that she used a “full zoom” in order to snap a closer picture.

The creature, she said, featured a “long face and bigger forehead”, with brown hair all over its body.

“It was about 9 feet tall and looked like an ape. I believe I saw a Sasquatch.”

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  1. Colin May 30, 2017 at 2:47 pm - Reply

    Not questioning the veracity of the sighting, but I would like to know two things: 1. How did she know it was 9 ft tall when all she did was take a pic then run away? 2. Why in the heck do so many of these pictures and videos end up becoming available years, and sometimes, decades later?

    I can see where skeptics can legitimately say it was just a guy with long hair and a beard. Of course, the Ancient Ones look less like an ape/Sasquatch and more like us. Who knows?

  2. Matthew May 30, 2017 at 4:27 pm - Reply

    The photo of the supposed Bigfoot looks fake to me. The body doesn’t match the face and the face looks like a picture of a man’s face that was covered in a brown overlay. The body also appears to have no texture, and neither does the face. If it was hair, we would see texture

  3. Tim May 30, 2017 at 9:31 pm - Reply

    this one is very creepy. i would honestly freeze & sh*t myself. looks legit to me, but very humanistic.

  4. Jennifer May 31, 2017 at 10:57 am - Reply

    Hmm how does she know its over 9 feet tall? Did she manage to measure it against a landmark? however, its definitely interesting though. I’d like to see the photo cleaned up a bit more.

  5. Bob lozano June 1, 2017 at 12:08 pm - Reply

    I believe that you saw a Bigfoot. When I lived in the south side slopes of Pittsburgh I was photographing what I thought was a south side squirrel aka a large city rat eating trash out of my can when all of a sudden the animal stood up and was on eight feet tall with red eyes and covered in hair. I screamed and my wife ran to my side to protect me as the creature ran away!

    • Kevin bushay June 2, 2017 at 2:25 pm - Reply

      The 9ft tall south side squirrel.… haven’t heard that name in years

  6. LadyGreenEyes June 2, 2017 at 8:31 pm - Reply

    Looks like a person, with long hair pulled in front of the left shoulder. Pale forehead, clear features. How is this a squatch??

  7. Grwww June 6, 2017 at 5:25 am - Reply

    The digital zoom used to reduce the frame size of this shot created enough pixelation to completely obscure what was visible to the hiker. Our eyes have plenty of resolution compared to digital cameras on phones. This is pretty much the typical result of a digital zoom on an low res digital camera. You have to take the persons word for what they saw, because there is nothing useful to gain by inspecting pixels here. There is no real definition. There out countless things you can imagine about what’s in that are of the “picture”, but it’s not really a picture with any resolution, so not much to gain from pixel picking. Until we get much better cameras in peoples hands with true analog zoom (large lenses with low f-stop <1.3), there will not be much gain from taking and posting these kinds of "pictures" of bigfoot.

  8. Bob Lozano June 11, 2017 at 8:22 am - Reply

    I have no doubt that the big fellow is a sub species of human must likely the African geno mixed with Neanderthal!

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