I understand that this kind of reporting can be controversial, but it need not be so. Honest hearted truth seekers should be willing to look at the film objectively without being so attached to the storyline and the storytellers that they are willing to overlook glaring inconsistencies in the film. The actual footage involving the Sasquatch is about 60 seconds in its entirety. It is filmed in two parts that I call “Walk Sequences”. The first “Walk Sequence” starts with the Sasquatch walking away from a hole or pit with a red substance in it. This clip that I am about to show is from a very good quality version of the film. When I say very good quality, I mean that the correct blue-gray color of the sand bar is present on the film. It has not been washed white from the copying process. The color of the substance in the pit is sanguine. Follow the clip to the end of the first walk sequence and you may be surprised that “Patty” actually falls forward, bending completely over with the buttocks directly pointed at the camera. This is when the FIRST walk sequence ends. The second sequence starts in another time and place on the sand bar, but first…it will be the first walk sequence… double click on the image for animation.
Here’s a clip that shows the final part of the first walk sequence. This is a little easier to follow. At the end, it oscillates back and forth so the viewer may follow the distinct changes in posture…double click on the image to animate.
In the next clip, the SECOND walk sequence will begin. It begins at a totally different place on the sand bar, and apparently, a different TIME as well. If you noticed the log jam over the pit of red in the first walk sequence, you will see that same log jam here in the second sequence as well. However…the pit is gone, and Patty is not bending down, but rather, is in a totally different position on the sand bar, and moving upstream with an fast walk. Double click on the image to animate…
Continue on next page by clicking on “next” on the upper right corner of the page.