These photos were purportedly taken by Scott Yeoman in 2017 at his home in Bailey, Colorado. They were posted last week in the Facebook group Bigfoot Now.
Here's what Scott had to say: "Ok so here's the story with my photos.. So we (my wife and I) bought 11 acres of land in Bailey Colorado we built a foundation of cinder block that is 3'6" above the ground. The land is mostly hard pack dirt and large rock which I shared a video of when we bought it. After we moved a modular home there we lived off and on there for 2 years while we got it ready for perminant residency. In August of 2017 we were finishing the interior of the back of the house and I came into the living room and caught a whiff of a VERY harsh odor in the the room. It smelled like rotting animal flesh, vomit, and excrement. I caught glimpse of something moving outside the window from the corner of my eye. We have had bears visit pretty regular but the tried to get under the house, not in it. But when I seen the figure by the window I thought a bear had some how climes up to the window. I take alot of wildlife pictures because they literally come up to the outside of it like mule deer, Elk, Bear, haven't seen any mountain lion, and other small game. I have quite a few feral cars all over my property but they aren't mine. But they hang out a lot. Anyway... I saw the top of the head and that caught my attention. It moved closer and I seen it eyes were freaking huge and it scared me because bear eyes aren't that large or far apart. I always have a camera handy to get a good shot of the elk that come extremely close to the house. When I realized it wasn't a bear. Fear struck me hardcore. I used a cheap kodak sport digital camera for taking pics and for the most part it takes fast action pictures/ video. It was on the end table next to my recliner approximately 6 ft from the window. When I pointed it at the window it stopped swaying and closed it eyes as if it was child... "You can't see me if my eyes are closed". So shaking and trying to video at the same time I moved back a step and it slowly moved from one side of the window to the other. It was seriously about a 10 min video but it was on a 1" x 1 1/2" and card which had to be downloaded on my computer. It didn't make any attempt to enter the house or run away. About 8 minutes in my wife came into the room and asked me what I was doing. I told her there's something outside and it ain't no bear. When she looked over my shoulder she screamed "what is that thing!" And ran back to the bedroom. I stopped the video, went to the closet and grabbed my 40 cal off the closet shelf. When I turned back around, it was moving away from the window. I wasn't going to shoot at it if it tried to get in which it didn't do. I went to my wife who was freaking out and tried to answer her bombardment of questions and after reassuring her that everything was ok. She called the sherriffs department and the sent 3 deputies to check out the property. Their conclusion was most like a bear or other wildlife. Until I showed them the playback. When they reviewed it two of the three were impressed and the third was like its a bear. Anyway the rest of the night was uneventful and peaceful other than my panicking wife. She ended up having my daughter and her husband come get her and took her to Golden for a couple of days. I downloaded this video on my computer at my mothers house because she has internet access and I didn't. Long story short my mothers house burnt down on a fire we had out here last year. We have seen it at a distance every now and then in the darkness by the fire light, not the body, but eye shine. And that's pretty creepy too. But haven't had any incidents of a destructive nature so I decided to just be cautious when I'm walking my property. I do carry my .40 cal always outside... Just in case. But haven't had to pull it from my holster. I see signs where he's broke branches on trees that I can't reach on a 6' ladder. And occasionally he'll move things around. Most signs we see were always after we left and came back home. There's the story behind the photos.... I hope people can find something in here to benefit them if they are dealing with one too."