Sasquatch in the Water

Obviously, there is no telling what the image is – but it is sporting a remarkable primate like appearance. If it was a bear, which would almost be a more likely assumption, you would expect it to have a much more hunched over aspect than is being displayed in this image (click image to see larger version of image).

It needs to be stated that I have no idea where the image was taken and the website from which this photo is being pulled does not say, either. It could quite easily be an actual primate, but my gut says no, which leaves very few alternative options. And you already know what I hope. 🙂

(via thanks to Google Alerts)


  1. avatar Erik
    Posted February 20, 2011 at 8:20 am | Permalink

    I question the shadowing because if you look at the rocks in front, the shadows are not very defined. The item in question has a very defined shadow and is very large compared to the rocks, it looks like it’s photoshopped.

    • Posted February 21, 2011 at 9:32 pm | Permalink

      Hi Erik and welcome to the new site. I totally agree with your observations, however, and let me qualify this with I don’t know for sure, but it is my understanding that the site that the image came from is just posting images taken directly from Street View. They have tons of images that have nothing to do with anything remotely crypto-zoological. But again, I have no hard information that shows that to be true.

      Again, here is the site that originates the image as far as I can tell:

  2. Posted March 7, 2011 at 7:14 pm | Permalink

    I’d like to add my two cents. We often find what we want to see – remember the face on Mars? As exciting as this image may be upon first glance, I’m afraid it’s most likely just another rock.
    The main clue that drove me to this conclusion is the depth of the water. The object in question is positioned fairly close to the shore where the water is only a few inches deep – as evidenced by the obvious shallowness of the water near the bottom of the frame. If this really was the upper torso of the elusive sasquatch, or any other animal, they would have to be buried up to their midsection in mud. Not likely unless this particular area of the world is subject to Sharia law. 🙂
    Taking in consideration the light, I draw another conclusion. I’m sorry, Erik, but I don’t believe it is Photoshopped. What at first appears to be a shadow is actually a reflection. Taking a simplified view of physical laws, as the angle of incidence increases on a surface, the reflections become stronger. So the reflections of the rocks closer to the camera aren’t as pronounced. A good example of this phenomena is here
    Science aside, I think this image is great. Not only does it stir the imagination, but it shows that people are keeping their eyes open and the hope alive.

  3. avatar Michael
    Posted July 14, 2011 at 7:50 pm | Permalink

    Do we have any sort of database or mapping here on this site or any for that matter (besides that plot actual Utah sightings?

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