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A Canon Rebal EOS was used..note the auto focus on the foreground objects

On the Monster X radio show last year, I layed out my case as to why there is an ongoing investigation into the actual Lettuce Lake Skunk Ape video (that nobody has debunked) and the real possibility that a cryptid is living in the Hillsborough watershed.

The Florida BFRO believed Matt McKamey (who shot the Skunk Ape video) was John Rodriquez, who photographed the creature in the Hillsborough River. He is not. John is a real person. In fact, he sent me additional photos taken that day on the river.

 


I have had the images subjected to ELA analysis. NO ANOMALIES WERE DETECTED. There was no use of photoshop

As the boat moved, the creature is now behind a tree and standing more upright



Go to the sight Image Manipulation Error Detection and upload images to see if they have been photoshoped. I did. These images were taken on 12/26/14 at 07:47 AM. This is when he claimed he was on the river. There has been no re-publishing of the images.

An ELV analysis for Photoshop detection
A different test show the Skunk Ape is consistent with everything else in the image. No compression


Anything added will be very bright like the cowboy below:

 
 
 
The girl was added to a plain white background and ELV detected the manipulation

My advice to the Florida BFRO,..get to know witnesses first and don't speak about something you don't know anything about.





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