The first walk sequence is very violent and shaky. Many people think that there is nothing from that part of the film of any worth. Surprisingly, as much as the camera person is shaking the camera, there are clear photos and clips that can be pulled from that part of the film, with lots of good data. Here’s a clip of several frames from behind. Notice the longer hair coming down the neck and onto the back. Also notice that the ribs show through the skin on the back. Click on the image to animate.
What’s this on the left side. Look at the animation above and pay particular attention to the left arm area. Is that something being carried? You be the judge. Click on the image below to enlarge.
Here’s a still from this first walk sequence. Once again, you can see longer hair down the back of the neck, and wrinkled skin over the ribs along the left side. Click on the image to enlarge.
Here’s another still that shows the ripples on the back caused by the ribs. click on the image to enlarge. Once again, the hair shows to be much larger down the back of the neck and onto the back. Click on the image to enlarge.
Notice, with this contrast boost, that the ribs show through the skin quite well along the back. I must say that this look in the first walk sequence does not have the same appearance along the back, as the second walk sequence. I have been unable to find this type of appearance in the second walk sequence. Perhaps this is not the same Sasquatch?. There is a scene change between the two sequences and there is no way to verify by film, how much time elapsed between the two film sequences. We simply do not know if the two sequences contain the same Sasquatch. Click on the image to enlarge.