Pravda has reported that Canadian cryptozoologist, Randy Brisson, managed to take a picture of the face of the legendary wild man known as Sasquatch not far from the Olympic park! Ironically a cartoon-ish version of this wild beast won the honor of becoming the mascot for Vancouver’s 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
According to the account, Brisson and his son Ray found unusually large, humanoid tracks in the snow along a hauling road. The two sets of footprints appeared to have been made by a juvenile and an adult, both suffering from the same physical deformity on their toes — perhaps indicating a small, inbred breeding pool?
Brisson further claims that he shot the image of what he claims was a BIGFOOT peeking out from behind a stub in the woods near Pitt Lake, but that he and his son were discouraged from pursuing the creatures any further after the monsters sent a volley of large rocks hurtling toward them.
Brisson then sent one of the photographs to Igor Burtsev and Dmitry Bayanov, the directors of the International Center for Hominology and well know HAIRY-HOMINID investigators. The researchers have indicated that there are no obvious signs of a hoax.