The Patterson Bigfoot Film…How Fast is the Camera Running?

The first walk sequence. In this sequence the subject shows a gait that is consistent with a running human i.e. feet are in a straight line and the back leg is lifted high. If she is running, then why is she moving so slowly?

The first walk sequence. In this sequence the subject shows a gait that is consistent with a running human i.e. feet are in a straight line and the back leg is lifted high. If she is running, then why is she moving so slowly? Click on the image to enlarge.

This is the first walk sequence where the subject displays a "running" gate. When the film is sped up the gait makes more sense.  The Patterson film is edited with each segment shot separately and independently. This first segment shows a running human gait. I believe that it was deliberately slowed to make it appear that she was just walking.

This is the first walk sequence where the subject displays a “running” gate. When the film is sped up the gait makes more sense. The Patterson film is edited with each segment shot separately and independently. Click on the image to enlarge.

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