The Patterson Bigfoot Film…Both Walk Sequences Together

In this clip both walk sequences are together with a slight delay at the end of the first so that the viewer can see that the scene has changed. The first walk sequence is a film of the subject in a running gait with the feet kicking back and high to show the camera the entire foot bottom. In this gait the foot tracks will be in a straight line. The second walk sequence is a “walking” gait and is of a normal speed. What I believe happened is that the first was filmed somewhere around 24-30 fps. To make it match with the second walk sequence so that the film would appear continuous, the first sequence was slowed down. This causes the subject to maintain a running “style” or “gait” but not achieve the speed to maintain it. This causes the subject to look awkward and lumbering. When the first walk sequence is sped up, it begins to look more normal for a running posture. The second walk sequence is walking with no running gait. This first segment shows a running human gait. I believe that it was deliberately slowed to make it appear that she was just walking. The second walk sequence is a genuine walk. This is not evidence of a hoax. This film, in its best form clearly shows a living breathing subject. What this does show is a deliberate attempt to edit and manipulate the film to fit a scheme or agenda. A REAL film of a REAL Sasquatch but made to appear to back up an untruthful story about how the film came about and the nature of what it is that is on it.

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One thought on “The Patterson Bigfoot Film…Both Walk Sequences Together

  1. I’ve been following your work for years. question: two walk sequences. could there have been two separate sasquatch? let’s say a male first and then the heralded female? perhaps they arrived together and then split up in retreat?

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