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Super Fast Tree Climber – Or Bigfoot ..?

Mississippi Bigfoot Video Diaries on YT posted a video showing something LARGE appearing to be drug up a tree, due to it’s speed and fluid motion. Causing some to wonder … WHAT IS THAT?

See what you think.

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    • Jason G

      LoL’ this is the part I really dislike 😊 because I would love to be commenting this is a young or baby bigfoot but hay it could be? Co’s this is only my opinion 😁 my guess is it is an anteater, .? Ether way its great fun and I enjoyed myself here 🎉🎈🎪🎢🎠✨ Thanks TT👍

    • N8r Lvr

      Hello, TT! Thanks for another good video investigation; I agree with you, I also think this one’s a bear… it’s when it appears to turn its head to the right I can make out his bear snout, and the round ears.
      Keep being awesome!!

    • Rncneo

      I’m thinking it’s more accurate to say that when bears can dig their claws into a suitable object (wood) they climb front/back. When they climb an object where their claws are useless they use the alternate climbing method. Thoughts?

    • Vince Veloce

      Hey ThinkerThunker I have been a fan from the beginning, I may not always agree with your assumptions BUT certainly appreciate your hard work and incite, goodluck with this new channel I really hope its successful for you s we all benefit from it again Thank You.

    • Mikey's RC Races

      Hey TT, love your work. How about checking other BF video’s using your body ratios comparison, I do this as a guide when watching BF video’s. I’ve found several hoaxes by using your discovery, anyway thanks again for all you continue to do for the truth. God bless

    • WesLoneWolf

      I think this is worth another look. When I look at a video, I try to make my own opinion. I try to rewind, etc to make my own opinion. It may be easier to make a video, but I will try to describe what I see.
      @1:02 if you keep going back and forth I see a large foot pushing off with what I would think a Bigfoot would have/do.
      @1:27 I see it’s right leg bent and the foot on a branch maybe. The super-fast, “being pulled up the tree” is it just straightening and standing on its right leg.
      One thing I do know is bears, baby or adult do not have long legs. It IS very hard to see what’s going on in this video, but I think it is a definite maybe.

    • MBEST

      Helll this Doug with MBVD had no idea you had looked at it . I posted another look at it . But their are vocals with this my wife could hear them . I was chasing my dog because that area is full of gators . The weekend before this they were throwing rocks at us .

    • MBEST

      I have 2 videos posted on this and one has the the vocals with it my first video did not . But they are very hard to hear . Also about 50 yards from this spot we found 9 deer skeletons. I’m not buying Bear on this because their is a lot more that goes with this . Email me if you would like to discuss this and others. We have a lot
      More we haven’t posted .

    • MBEST

      You can also see the reflection in the water . Remember I’ve been through this video front back and all kind of ways lol you really need to hear the vocals with it . I have other vocals from our main site . We have been habituating them there for 3 years now .

  1. Mrick_36

    Thinker!!! Look at its right side where the branch is crossing its back. Watch carefully and you can see its right knee come up close to its right elbow/shoulder. This thing is climbing like it is on a ladder!!!

  2. knuckle

    when the clip first starts and you commented that he was “dipping his toes in the water” we see the leg at full stretch — looks out of proportion for a bear IMHO — Thanks TT

  3. Drakil99

    I am not gungho on the bear thought. Where exactly is the video shot at is the question? Then take into consideration that some bears don’t climb trees after a certain age. And then take the location into consideration with the species of bear that do climb trees often, and you should get an answer whether bear is the proper answer or something else. Black Bear are not every where in the states. Brown bear climb trees but not nearly as often as Black Bear. Grizz do not climb tree, they push them over. And Polar Bear and Prizzly do not fit into the question by any means.
    There could be an unknown species of Bear, like the Chupacabra is a recently discovered elusive member of the Canines Family. Sort of like the Ghost Cheetah is to the Feline family. And our only logical species is a Black Bear to give that silvery reflection like we see on the back. And unless some zoo lost a Silver Back and hasn’t reported it, I don’t think we’re seeing a scientifically known species, be it bear or ape. I say this because though black bear swim, they don’t normally trudge through marsh lands to climb a tree unless that tree is infested with one of the worlds largest bee hives which I doubt.
    At first glance I saw a sapling being released as it stood back up from being pulled down, like the big red footage which you discovered the baby clinging to it’s back in you analysis of the footage. That baby blended right in on mom’s back, until you outlined it.

  4. Daithi G

    That video been round a good while it was supposed to be a Squatch standing in the swamp behind a tree and then bending over to bring something too it’s mouth and I’m sure there’s another one somewhere in the clip too the woman that took the video was out with her partner and the dogs and heard them whistle so she stopped and pointed her camera into the swamp if my memory serves me right.

    • MBEST

      That’s not right . My wife heard them talking to each other and we have a dog that will smell them out in heart beat, he was
      Walking to the edge of this swamp and I was worried about the gators so I was going to put him on the leash . We didn’t even know we had it on video until I watching the video and seen it. At first I thought it was just a shadow from clouds or leaves until I seen the reflection in the water .

  5. daddyhuff

    This is a more important video than what most will understand.
    Bears climbing trees vs bears climbing rock cliff faces. Generally bears run up trees and climb up when less traction or grip is available.
    Now to the important part, most sightings of BF are of large adult BF. Many reasons why, collecting little ones or in an area where the smaller trees can’t hold their massive weight, the bigger they are the less escape or hiding places available. That’s also one of the reasons we hear aggressive sounds from the adults seen, they’re feeling cornered due to their massive size and inability to escape or feel as if they’ve escaped into the multilevel escape routs offered by massive trees.
    Climbing up a tree and going from tree to tree for a distance, only using the ground when forced to is an amazing escape technique that would throw off all dogs, bear, MT lion even people. A tree escape would explain the dogs losing sent and tracks disappearing. Now some trees can be navigated by the larger BF as some forests are full of enormous trees. This is extremely important.

    Now as far as this video, I think it’s a BF due to the hand over hand when humans are approaching, as we know how bears quickly run up trees to avoid us but with that distance the bear will choose to run as they only run up trees as a last ditch effort to escape, where as BF use the trees as a silent highway to escape. Anyway that’s my evolving hypothesis or now after multiple videos of BFs actions in trees and on the ground its become a theory.
    Thanks for the great work TT.

    • Buckley

      Over the years I continue to read that BB’s are masters at hiding themselves in the woods. When they spot a human they can hide well, whether they are predating or avoiding a hunter. So, my working thesis is that, if a bear, it is sick.

    • MBEST

      That’s not right . My wife heard them talking to each other and we have a dog that will smell them out in heart beat, he was
      Walking to the edge of this swamp and I was worried about the gators so I was going to put him on the leash . We didn’t even know we had it on video until I watching the video and seen it. At first I thought it was just a shadow from clouds or leaves until I seen the reflection in the water .

  6. Massimo Leonardi

    Bears climbing in this way only on rocks, on trees they go always like we see it in this video!! i don’t think it’s a bear. btw,sorry for my english,i’m swiss

  7. Daithi G

    That video been round a good while it was supposed to be a Squatch standing in the swamp behind a tree and then bending over to bring something too it’s mouth and I’m sure there’s another one somewhere in the clip too the woman that took the video was out walking with her partner and the dogs and heard them whistle so she stopped and pointed her camera into the swamp if my memory serves me right.

  8. Xrae Brown

    Well TT, this is a toss up. I’m leaning towards Bear. Another thing that I’ve been thinker thunking about is that could all of this anomalous stuff in the woods be…..(wait for it)….demonic entities. It would explain the creepy crawly feelings people get and the strange disappearances and cloaking that’s observed. Xrae

  9. Fuzzpope

    Hello, my friend! My two cents;

    There is no hill here worth dying on, or even investing much argument powers over, the creature is both too far away and is also occluded by foreground objects obscuring details. I *can* see something, I don’t know what, but it’s too inconclusive to weigh on one side or the other, unfortunately.

    I will say this, though:

    You have a very enjoyable speaking voice and I bet if you did something like a weekly podcast or net radio station you’d do extremely well, and quickly. Your voice has the contradictory qualities of being relaxing to listen to and engaging in a way that elevates focus.

    You could be a genuine Sasquatch Piper.

    Thanks for sharing your upload, have a great weekend!!

    – Fuzzpope

  10. Buckley

    My initial reaction to the video and your assessment is that I was primed, mentally, to see a BF initially, then a bear, …just like you. In past vid.s you rule out a number of possibilities. This one didn’t have the guts available to do that. it was partial, poor quality…I found myself questioning my own assessment…mostly because , like most people, our brains search for visual meaning when we see anything …especially something in the woods, in the ocean or on the moon. Great assessment as always Sir!

  11. Herb

    HEY TT!!
    I have studied how the Fallen Angels came to Earth, and they defiled all sorts of creatures , human AND animals. I think these Bigfoot entities are a mix between the apes and the angels.

  12. Buckley

    Hmmm, have some additional thoughts. This is NOT a healthy black bear, IF it is a black bear. Its color is not uniform, it is moving slow and , as was demonstrated in TT’s assessment, not like a Black beak sprints up a tree. is there any doubt a BB would not smell a person this close? Same with a BF, right? Why would a BF expose its self by going up a tree? Why would a well, healthy BB do that?

  13. Fabkitty

    Nice call, TT! It sure looked odd, but in comparison with the bear it put it in perspective. I have to think it’s a bear, but I guess we’ll never know. Thanks to the viewer who sent it in. And as always, thanks TT for your intelligence and hard work in response to the query. Hope all is well with you and yours!👍😎

  14. Troy

    I thought it was a bear from the first sight of it. I hunt bear and am out where I see them in the mountains a good bit though. It really does look like he’s slow climbing, which they do quite a bit!
    I know this is off subject, but I was unsubed from your channel twice now by youtube. What gives with that? I have been unsubed on other channels but those are more conspiratorial in nature, so it goes with what youtube is trying to shove down peoples throats. But what about TT whould make them want to unsub me? Have you had this happen with other folks on your channel? Thanks for all you do, I think people knowing about bigfoot is important so it doesn’t ruin their lives outdoors when and if they see one. I have heard of that happening far too much!

  15. daleh4

    I think this one is a bear. But I got one people can check out. It’s all of a 2 second clip on a t.v. show called American Hoggers Season2 episode 7 at 6:37 Mark in the program. I use to have this on my dvr. When I had Direct tv. But now we just have a Roku and its on the Pluto channel. On free tv and movies. So if you have that you can see it. As soon as one of the girls says ” I don’t hear the dogs” watch as a grayish brown figure moves very fast from left to right then freezes.
    On my debt I could go frame by frame but I can’t do this on Pluto on the Roku. If someone could record it and play it back slower you can see it a lot better.

  16. Chiya Tanka

    My immediate conclusion after the first few minutes of video: Color phase black bear.

    After Thinker’s analysis, and the entire video, my conclusion: Color phase black bear.

    Beware confirmation bias, Bigfoot fans. Sometimes a bear is a bear, even while we hope/wish it were a Bigfoot.

    This guy was climbing deliberately and slowly, rather than charging up the tree, and looks to be an immature bear/very young adult.

  17. Dale Henderson

    After watching the original footage on MBVD I have come to the conclusion that this is just a shadow on the tree not a bear or a bigfoot.
    Zoomed in you don’t get to see the whole picture. Seeing the wind blowing in the trees and the angle 0that the sun is coming from. You can see exactly which branch causes the shadow moving in the same direction and spread as the “Climber” it is at roughly 11oclock from it. Sorry but to me this one is debunked.

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