Now please note the word “verifiable.” There is much tied up in that word, especially the notion of “clear and focused.” No “blobsquatches” as they are known in the Bigfoot research world. See here to know what I mean. And if you can clear the area of foliage and low hanging branches where your camera will be shooting so the Bigfoot is not obscured by tree limbs.
Also, no fakes. I know Eugene and Jay-dub may be tempted to get “Lil” Bud and his daddy’s artificial bear skin rug he picked up at Dollywood many years ago and try to stage a Bigfoot sighting so as to fool the experts as it were, but they need to remember there is a distinct quality of realism between a genuine Bigfoot picture and a fake. I write more about that here, by the way.
Just so that we are on the same page, these are obvious fakes:
If you are able to capture the image of a terror gnome or maybe a chupacabra, that would be pretty awesome too. That’s worth at least 100 grand if anything.