Wyoming has its share of bigfoot sightings.

Ever wonder how those big footprints are found?

Just how does someone come across evidence like hair and scatt (pig foot POOP)?

Turns out there is an old television news report from the 1970s that shows us exactly what's going on.

Oddly, the report is not who you would have expected.

It was David Letterman before he landed his late-night television show.

Letterman goes deep into the woods to find tracks and talk to people who have created them... I mean... found them.

Trust me it's hysterical

David Letterman reports on the legend of Bigfoot in this clip from 1978.

The video reveals what was happening back then.

Much like the recent video shot in Colorado of Bigfoot by tourists traveling on a local train.

I mean, that was 100% real right?

Not a guy in a costume posing for the tourist.

Who would do something like that?

Probably just someone who wanted to keep the legend alive, and freak out the tourist.

attachment-Colorado bigfoot hoax

You might have heard the recent story of folks on a train in Colorado seeing a Bigfoot.

Right away there was a lot of debate as to if this was a guy in a suit trying to fool the passengers on the train.

Several videos, like the ones below, have appeared on the internet claiming to have proof that, in fact, this was a hoax.

The first video below is mostly not worth watching until you fast-forward to near the end.

That's when the host finally gets into the meat of his proof.

Personally, I'm just not buying into the idea that Bigfoot just wandered out where everyone could see him, then casually sat down as the train went by.

But I had to admire whomever it was that dressed up and did this.


Let's get this out of the way right up front: Every time there is a picture or video of Bigfoot or a UFO it's either distant, blurry, or both.

So you'll just have to decide for yourself as to if this guy actually got a "BIGFOOT" on camera.

There are two videos below for you to examine.

A Colorado couple, Shannon and Stetson Parker, were taking a trip through the mountains on a narrow-gauge steam-powered train.

In the video, the train is passing through San Juan National Forest.

The Parkers and fellow passengers were enjoying the view when- BOOM! Sasquatch!

Mr. Parker and some other passengers were able to capture video and still images.

Watch the video below. What do you think?

Scroll down to the next video for a closer look.

Shannon Parker posted what happened, along with pictures, on her Facebook page.

Click on this link to see her photos so you can decide what they might have seen.

It’s story time y’all! On Sunday, October 8, 2023, Stetson Tyler and I took the Narrow Gauge train ride from Durango to Silverton. After leaving Silverton and heading back to Durango, I asked Stetson to help me look for elk in the mountains .

As we are passing by the mountains, Stetson sees something moving and then says I think it’s Bigfoot. Brandon, the guy sitting next to Stetson on the train grabs his phone and starts recording.

Meanwhile, I am trying to get a photo on my camera.

Y’all, out of the hundreds of people on the train, three or four of us actually saw, as Stetson says in the video, the ever-elusive creature Bigfoot!

I don’t know about y’all but We Believe!! #bigfootsighting #bigfootisreal #bigfoot


Still, pictures are below along with a much better video.

Click her post, below, to watch the video.

I think it's a guy in a costume who decided to pull a prank on some tourist.

What do you think?

Here is yet another video trying to analyze this siting.

Once again, it pays off to just scroll through to get to the meat of the video.

No need to waste your time to get to the point.

If you're also interested in the large-footed creature known as Bigfoot, Colorado Bigfoot is worth a follow.

As of this writing, he's got well over 57,000 subscribers and that likely means he regularly shares compelling content.

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