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A Bigfoot sceptic is now a full blown "believer" after snapping pictures of a shadowy ape-like humanoid next to a river.
The man captured the mysterious creature on camera in Iowa's White Water Canyon while out on a morning walk with his sister.
Jeremy, who did not share his last name, fearing he would be ridiculed, was shocked at the sight of the so-called Sasquatch.
He told K92.3FM: "I pointed out the figure and my sister laughed saying it was a person. We called out to it but got no response.
"You don't have to believe me. I wouldn't believe me, but now that I've seen whatever that was first hand, I think I may be a Bigfoot believer."
In the photos, the figure appears to be walking up the canyon after crossing the river.
Jeremiah Byron, host of the Bigfoot Society podcast, shared the Sasquatch snaps on Twitter on July 25, sparking doubts over the legitimacy of Jeremy's encounter.
One twitter user stated that the figure "looks like a guy in a hat and shorts", while another theorised that the dark outline was simply "shadows in the rock face".
Another Twitter user joked: "Look close. It's just Slash on a camping trip."
Jeremy's pictures are the second alleged Bigfoot sighting in recent weeks.
On July 12 the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization (RMSO) posted a video to YouTube that appeared to show an auburn-coloured bipedal figure wading across Michigan's Cass River.
"Eddie V", who sent the clip along with a photo to the RMSO, said: "My cousin was kayaking on the Cass River here in Michigan when he took this picture.
"Not sure what it is, but I have sent it to a few people to see what they say. Some say it's a Bigfoot carrying a baby Bigfoot, others say it's a Bigfoot carrying a deer."
Kyle Shaw, an investigator at the RMSO, confessed to his fans on YouTube: "I don't know what it is, I am a little bit sceptical, you be the judge."
Another alleged Bigfoot was filmed in February 2020 by two hikers in Ohio's Salt Fork State Park, the site of over 36 reported sightings since the mid-80s.
Iowa almost had two sightings in one month when James Patrick lept from his car to photograph two dark figures marching through a field near the town of New Hampton in July this year.
He said that: "As I hurriedly took photo after photo, my oldest of my three children yelled from the car, 'Uh, dad, I don't think they're real'."
When it dawned on Patrick that the larger of the two Sasquatches was holding an American flag, and neither had moved when he drove back past some hours later, he realised that they were possibly cutouts.
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