The Davis Report-A tour of frame 352

This is probably the most recognized frame from the Patterson Sasquatch film. Yet…few have seen it in it’s better forms. Here’s a short tour of some of the things that can be seen in this frame from the enigmatic film. Here’s the frame itself. Click to enlarge:

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A paw print in red coloration: Click to enlarge:

Copyright by Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis

Ball point pen mark. Click to enlarge:

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis

A barefoot track at an oblique angle. Click to enlarge:

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click.

The outline of a hand on the famous log in the foreground. Click to enlarge:

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click.

Detail as fine as small grass. Click to enlarge:

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click without permission.

The stump area behind the Sasquatch. Click to enlarge:

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click without permission.

The stick that the Sasquatch stepped on. A close look at this makes me believe that it could be a flat object with a mobius type of twist to it. Click to enlarge.

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click without permission.

 

The Sasquatch herself. Click to enlarge:

Copyright Patricia Patterson. Filmwork by M.K.Davis. Please do not right click without permission.

 

One thought on “The Davis Report-A tour of frame 352

  1. Great work, Mr. Davis as always a pleasure to see your work with the Patterson Film.
    We here at Kodak, those of us interested in Bigfoot, support you.

    “Sonny”
    Kodak Inc
    New York City NY

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