Look at the creature's left leg on the still frame... where it is at the nearly 90° angle. There is a space of no dark coloring just above the ankle level. Shortly above that area, 'looks like a vertical line of a pants leg. Does anyone else notice this detail? Is it just a thermal imager aspect that I do not understand, or what? Could this be like the Buckeye Bigfoot episode of 29 January 2012, where it was found that the "creature" shaking the tree was in fact a [hu]man wearing jeans? This Brown video from Best Evidence Yet is very interesting and believable. Next to the Patterson-Gimlin footage of 1967, the Brown footage definitely is in the top two. This is not to suggest that Mr. Brown and/or his son are hoaxers, but that perhaps someone was messing with them. 'Have found nothing online about this detail. Anyone who has some input on this is welcome to comment.
'Just learned from one of the Finding Bigfoot team members that it is most likely that the vertical line is from the rain and temperature on the thermal imager. His first-hand scientific explanation is that a thermal imager could not pick-up a pants leg from that distance.