A couple out walking late at night believe they have captured a sasquatch staring at them in the dark with big bright eyes.
The man was recording as the pair walked around in the dark until they spotted what they initially believed to be a deer lurking in the trees just metres away.
But after attempts to scare it off and it refused to budge, the pair believed it was a predator and shared the footage to TikTok with the hashtag 'Bigfootisreal', which has gained 948 likes since it was posted earlier this week.
In the clip, the bloke recording the eyes lurking in the shadows says: "We've got it. He's looking at us right there. You see it? Oh, wait. That's not a deer. What the devil is that?
"That's a predator. That's why it's facing forward. Draw your weapon. It can look at that. I see you. Those eyes are wide to look at that. Those are, those are big eyes. Hello? Yeah. Oh f**k. Right. Let's go."
TikTok went wild over the footage with some suggesting it was Slenderman and many encouraging them to 'shoot it.'
One user said: "I would empty a clip so quickly."
Another wrote: "I see the eyes but I also see what looks like Slenderman standing closer… anyone?"
A third added: "Best thing I've ever heard in a bigfoot video 'draw your weapon.'"
However, not everyone was convinced by the sighting as one user suggested the pair were acting: "It’s Curious… Stand Your Ground… Toss It Some Food… Talk To It… Then Invite Your Friend In To Prove It’s A HOAX."
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The news comes after a group of Americans who devote their free time to tracking down sasquatches believe they may have caught Bigfoot on camera.
The group, who call themselves the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organisation visited Deadwood, a ghost town in Lawrence, South Dakota, US, to investigate the area which is known for being a 'Bigfoot hotspot.'
They documented their visit on YouTube and believed they caught sight of a sasquatch moving through the trees near a bat-infested 'ghost house'.
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