The Davis Report-Walk Across, Walk Sequence One.

This clip was very hard to put together. There is a break in the film about midway. This is because the film went completely blurry and the frames could not be interpreted in any way. The film then continues until the film subject actually bends over forward. At that point the first walk sequence ends. It ends on a very blurry frame, so I back it up to the next clearest frame. Click on the image to animate.

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Film work and stabilization by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click without permission.

Here’s the clip in color and without the background. Click on the image to animate.

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Film work and stabilization by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click without permission.

This clip will take you all the way to the last clear image on the first walk sequence. In that last image, the subject has fallen forward, with the buttocks showing toward the camera. The second sequence begins on another part of the sand bar, and need not be connected at all with the event seen here on this post. This file, at the last, oscillates back and forth so that the upright posture and the fallen posture can easily be understood. Click on the image to animate.

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Film work and stabilization by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click without permission.

 

One thought on “The Davis Report-Walk Across, Walk Sequence One.

  1. On November 16, 2007 in Mason County, Washington, two hunters, a man and his son, took a series of (blurry) cellphone images of a Sasquatch as it approached and then turned broadside to them and continued across the road they were on and into the woods out of sight. The images show an incredibly large animal moving through 5 foot tall brush. The animal is leaning over to such an extent that it seems impossible for a human to walk such. Almost as if bent at a 45 degree or more angle with arms hanging down, but not touching the ground, to push or clear brush from it’s path. The last image of your clip resembles this attitude.

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