Here is the footage:
The internet news story:
A Utah man camping in Provo Canyon caught sight of what he claims was a black creature in the woods on Sunday.
The hikers who captured the accompanying footage recently in Utah's Provo Canyon seemed to act appropriately: They bolted through the woods, with the camera still running, to get as far away from the creature as possible. The video’s description, named “Provo Canyon Bigfoot Encounter?” on YouTube, says the man was camping near Squaw Peak and Little Rock Canyon Overlook when they saw deer up on the hill.
Naturally, skeptics are analyzing the video in the hopes of finding an explanation. Yet even healthy cynics are pretty impressed with what they see. They note that the witnesses don't appear to be acting. If they were, the skeptics say, they'd likely be a lot more vocal, and fall into the overacting trap.They also didn't stick around to get a great shot, which also rings of a very natural reaction, but didn't help when it came to capturing a better image.
“We had actually been standing there for awhile. We had thought it was a bear up to that point but when it stood up and looked at us it was just massive animal,” said the video’s uploader, who goes by the name 'Beard Card' on YouTube. He did not want his real name to be made public.
Nevertheless, the shot of what clearly looks like the animal's big broad arms is extremely compelling, which is why Max Roth of Fox 13 caught up with Beard Card to talk about the incredible encounter.
The U.S. Wildlife control says it is all fake; If it was a bear it would have charged at the hikers when they started to run. If it was a so called 'bigfoot', it would had charged them because it would have the same similarities of a killing instinct of a bear when being approached or ran from, and just the same with a gorilla when being violated or when it feels threatened.
Personally, I go for fake at the moment. There are far too many videos 'of' Bigfoot in which the videographer starts running away. In this case 'whatever' gets up and moves AWAY from the videographer who runs off.
Look at the image below -"it" is turning and moving away. Arm proportion looks nice BUT this is yet another blurry blobsquatch.
It was MOVING AWAY and had made no hostile action or vocalisation -so why run as though it is chasing you? Most outdoor people know that you DO NOT run from a wild animal as that makes you in "prey mode".