One of the things that makes you wonder about the video's value in looking for bigfoot is the guy with the bigfoot van. His name is Biscardi. He has been a bigfoot con man for years.
Read about this character at:http://www.lorencoleman.com/biscardi.html
About half way down the page it talks about 2005 when Biscardi claimed to have captured a bigfoot and then went on air to tell people about the capture.
Next Biscardi followed up on his earlier promise to capture a Bigfoot during an appearance on Coast to Coast AM, by announcing to George Noory on Friday, August 19, 2005, that, according to Biscardi, his team (although Biscardi hadn't seen it), had in captivity for over a week, a 17 year old, male, over 400 pounds, 8 foot tall Bigfoot. Biscardi stumbled during the show and although he had earlier said the Bigfoot was 800 pounds, told George Noory had misheard him. (Noory would play back, on the August 22nd appearance, that Noory had gotten it right.) Furthermore, inquiring listeners emailing me wanted to know how can anyone, with a straight face, claim they know a Bigfoot is 17 years old?
This person points out that Biscardi didn't get his story right and have differing weights. I found other places where there are discrepancies in the height.
The problem for Biscardi was that he had been selling pay-per-view rights to streaming video of the captured bigfoot. He had to admit no bigfoot.
He was reminded by the callers that he had "sold" them on his promises of seeing the footage of a "captive Bigfoot." The callers confronted Biscardi with his marketing, that if they'd signed up to his website on Friday, with the current reduced rates ($19.95/week or $59.00/pass), they would be able to see the images cheaper than the increased rate he was going to charge after the new footage of the captive Bigfoot was posted. Biscardi was virtually speechless towards the end of the program, after several callers in a row appropriately challenged Biscardi's actions. The callers demanded their money back, said they had been duped by Biscardi, and one frankly noted that "this is fraud, dude." Another called it all an "Abominable Snow Job."
That's Biscardi, the man with the bigfoot van, a fraud and a con artist.
Scimitars were not available - beware January 19, 2038 is upon us.