A paranormal researcher who calls himself Man Of Light according to his YouTube channel has posted a video of still photos he's taken somewhere in South Jersey. This researcher claims to have come upon this Bigfoot creature in a "research area" in the southern part of the state.

You can tell he's from South Jersey by his accent. Exactly where this research area is was not disclosed. You can see in the photo that there appear to be active railroad tracks in the shot where the creature was captured on film.

There is an entire community of people who fervently believe in Bigfoot or as they like to call them, Wood Apes.

Via Man of Light on Youtube
Via Man of Light on Youtube

It could be deep in South Jersey around Cumberland County or Atlantic County, which still has an active rail line into Atlantic City from Camden County.

It could possibly be in the Pinelands where the legend of The Jersey Devil is still alive and well, but that creature is described as much different from the Wood Apes that most Bigfoot sighters tell of in describing their mysterious creature.

Via Man of Light on Youtube
Via Man of Light on Youtube

Many of the Bigfoot sightings are in Texas, Oklahoma, the Midwest and the far northwest region of the country. Not many are reported here on the East Coast.

Whether the possibility exists that there is a creature 8 to 10 feet tall covered in hair or fur like an ape standing upright and wandering the woods of America, no one is sure.

The one thing that is certain is that there are thousands of people who believe there are and at least one person thinks there's one of them here in New Jersey.

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