Here’s an interesting stabilization from a multi generational copy. The stabilization still much improves the visibility of the film subject. Double click on the thumbnail to animate the image. I find that these large files run much better in the Firefox browser or the google chrome browser. Internet explorer tends to slow down near the end. M.K.
Here’s the second walk sequence using a poorer quality multi-gen copy of the film. Even so, the poorer quality leaps far ahead in the amount of information the viewer can discern from the film because of the painstaking stabilization. Double click on the image to animate it.
Here’s a panorama created, thanks to Peter Byrne. Veteran Bigfoot researcher Peter Byrne accessed the film site some years after the filmed encounter, and meticulously photographed the entire area with high quality photos. He has generously allowed me to create this panorama using his photo as a background. This may give you some idea of Patty’s true height and general bulk. The young man is Mike Hogdson. Mike is 6’11/2″. His father is Al Hogdson of Willow Creek Ca. Al was one of the first persons to be contacted by Roger Patterson about the film and that he had gotten a Sasquatch on film. Click on the image to animate and enlarge it.
Here’s a much larger version. Click on the image to animate.
Here is Peter’s image with filtering applied. I call this a “DEEP LOOK” photo. In other words all the tones that make up the shadowy woods in the background have been separated from the photo and brightened. This gives a deep look into the woods. It may be surprising to you that the background is not a hill, but is rather flat. This is not the case all the way across the sand bar, but in this area there was nothing to stop Patty from just disappearing into the dark wood line. Click on the image to animate.
Here’s a good one for you. In this clip there appears to be something in the left hand. Now…some have said that this IS the left hand, but I do not agree. In my opinion, the size of the object is much too large to be the hand. This is an oscillating file…in other words, it rocks back and forth through the clip. Click on the image to animate.
There does appear at a later point in the film that something resembling this drops to the ground. Watch carefully and see if you can see it. This is also an oscillating file with a delay. Click on the image to animate.