Here is another view of the pendulous nature of the Patterson Bigfoot.
Watch the dynamics of the breasts in this brief clip from the Patterson Bigfoot Film. Click on the image to enlarge.
M.K.Davis explains why you should not wake up a sleeping Almasty.
This is a blow up of what appears to one of the eyes. It’s a large eye at that. Some native peoples refer to Bigfoot as “moon eyed”. Used by permission of the Dept. of Hominidology. Russia. Click on the image to enlarge.
Can you see the eye? Look for it on the frame that delays longer.
One frame delays more than the others. Look for the eye. Used by permission of dept. of Hominidology. Russia. Click on the image to enlarge.
A dramatic scene caught in a series of stills from a score of witnesses, this Siberian Bigfoot or Snowman, makes it’s way through a snow field and heavy brush. Use by permission of Igor Bourtsev dept. of Hominidology. Russia. Click on the image to enlarge.
Specially filtered for higher contrast. Click on the image above to enlarge. Used by permission of Igor Bourtsev, Dept. of Hominidology. Russia.
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Here’s an example of the front part of the foot being used to make a half track. I believe that they are aware of their prints and have developed techniques for deceiving would be trackers. Notice the previously made half track behind the subject. Click on the image to enlarge
This is a frame from the Patterson Bigfoot film. Notice as the animation runs that the big toe is held straight up. When she puts it on the ground the big toe will not make an impression. The foot bottom is also bent to the inverse. It is convex in its shape. When the foot is on the ground only the front part of the foot will touch. I believe that this is deliberate in order to mimic the print of a bear. Take a look at the photograph here. It was taken by a bear hunter at Bluff Creek California. This bear hunter had seen the Bigfoot and saw it make the print. As you can see, it is missing a big toe and is only the front part of the foot. Perhaps it’s the same one in the animation.
Watch the inverse bend of the foot as she picks her big toe straight up.