An alleged Bigfoot sighting in Colorado seems to be a big footstep in the wrong direction, experts say.
Earlier this week, Wyoming resident Shannon Parker posted photos and a video online seeming to show Sasquatch traversing a rocky area before popping a squat in the southwest part of the state.
“If you asked before our trip, we would have said maybe [Bigfoot] could be real, but now we’re convinced,” she told The Post of the “unexplainable” sighting witnessed by her and her husband, Stetson.
However, Matthew Moneymaker — head of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization and former host of the Animal Planet series “Finding Bigfoot” — told The Post that there are several giveaways that debunk the sighting.
One in particular stands out: the beast, he said, “looks suspiciously like a $200 Jack Link’s Beef Jerky costume.”
He also inferred that the 6-to-7-foot-tall, tan monster — filmed moving through a mountainous region of the Animas River canyon between Silverton and Durango — appeared similar to a Bigfoot costume that a local business, Sasquatch Expedition Campers, is known to use in promotional activities.
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