Last night Christopher Noel posted a video, and to be quite honest, I was fiberglasted. I thought this issue was dead in the water and anyone who used to believe Rick had jumped ship...except for Tim Fricke of course.
If you have not watched Chris' video, here it is.
Shortly after watching his entire video I started to leave comments. To my surprise, Christopher was online and he started to question my opinions. I obliged by providing answers but he started playing me for an idiot. He deflected issues I brought up and he was asking for extreme clarification to the point I thought he was being obtuse. He appeared to be confused by what I was saying.
I remained as polite as I could but Chris swiftly disabled comments, thus deleting all of my comments. I managed to get a couple of screen shots.
Since Christopher would not afford me the chance to continue the discussion with him, I will continue here and finish it. Mr. Noel holds M.K. Davis in high regard as an analyst and he blindly accepts the "Eye Blinking" video to support his claims that 1.) Dyer killed a Bigfoot and 2.) the tent video is authentic.
I like M.K. Davis and he has produced some very fine work, most notably, the stabilization of the PGF. On the other hand, M.K. has come up with some things that are a bit of a reach in my opinion. The Sells videos fall in to that category. I reserve my opinions on Mr. Davis' analyses on a case by case basis.
The "Eye Blinking" video is one of those I highly question and I have questioned it since the day it was posted. I stated that I believed we were looking at artifacts in the video and I maintain that position. I had never taken the time to breakdown M.K.'s video then, but I have done it now to illustrate what I see. The video below is a clip taken from Christopher Noel's video and it's played at regular speed.
I will now show the same clip slowed down to 50% speed, then slowed down to 25% speed. I have added some notes as well. This particular clip is mostly for the benefit of Mr. Noel. Most of us can spot the issues immediately. It's still worth watching though.
To further illustrate my point, I made a short gif. You will notice that that the eye blink and tree trunk anomaly coincide with each other.
I also have some photos to show. By now things are quite obvious but I'm a stickler for being thorough.
I wasn't aware of this until recently but ParaBreakdown also covered this. It appears that Para and I have come to the same conclusion on this matter.
Christopher then goes on to talk about 'Shooting Bigfoot' and why he believes the subject is a real Bigfoot. He chose the best bits to try to justify his belief that Rick Dyer killed a Bigfoot during the filming of the documentary.
I tried this and I had no problem at all manipulating my hand in to this position.
This blog already covered the documentary here and here.
I don't know what Mr. Noel's reasons or motives are for clinging to the story of a proven five time hoaxer. Is it ego and pride? Is it the need to be right or to have a belief validated?
Whatever his motives are, he seems to have thrown all reasoning out the window.