It was a dark and stormy night on Mount Monadnock … oops, sorry I got carried away there.
From a report at the link below:
The video shows a large animal-like figure walking upright on a ridge on the top of Mount Monadnock, one of New Hampshire’s most popular hiking attractions.
A group of tourists nearby are then interviewed.
“What is it that you saw?” a man’s voice off-camera asks.
No, it’s not the second coming of Bigfoot, its just performance artist Jonathan Doyle in his Yeti suit, who then acted as off-camera interviewer moments later.
That's fine, it's just that Park Rangers had viewed Doyle's YouTube videos of a man dressed as a Bigfoot and they wanted the practice stopped unless a 'film permit' was purchased.
This is my art,” he explained to a reporter. “This is what I do for fun. It’s about having fun and then posting it on YouTube.
The fee Doyle needed to pay is $100. In addition, the “film crew” applicants are required to provide proof of a $2 million insurance policy.
Doyle says he simply can’t afford the hundred bucks much less the insurance policy.