Thursday, September 8, 2011

NCBDT: Quick breakdown of Patty from Bluff Creek, two compelling evidence for existence of Bigfoot

The NCBDT group has a new website up and it's full of useful information relating to the Patterson Bigfoot.

Their latest post talks about the gluteal muscles and mammaries of Patty from Bluff Creek and how they believe it to be two of the most compelling bits of evidence that support the theory that Bigfoot is real. The gluteal muscles are the three muscles that make up the buttocks: the gluteus maximus muscle, gluteus medius muscle and gluteus minimus muscle.

Posted on September 2, 2011 by petert

First let me apologize for the title of this post if you are offended. I couldn’t resist.

The fact is that the gluteal muscles and mammaries of Patty from Bluff Creek are two of the most compelling bits of evidence that support the theory that Bigfoot is real.

First, it has been stated by skeptics (the NCBDT wholeheartedly supports reasonable skepticism) that her butt looks like that of someone wearing a diaper inside of an ape suit. But that opinion assumes that a Sasquatch’s butt, if real, would look like something other than a person wearing a diaper inside of an ape suit, and that a Bigfoot’s butt wouldn’t look like what we see here.

Rather than make assumptions, let’s look at the evidence. Compare the photos below. In my opinion there is a marked resemblance between Patty’s butt and that of a gorilla – specifically, the degree of muscular protrusion and overall development of the upper part of the gluteal muscles.

In my opinion, the diaper theory assumes that the hoaxers would have (luckily?) paid enough attention to this specific detail when fashioning their supposed costume that it would still spark debate more than 40 years later, even considering the advanced photographic/video technology that we have now. Or they just got lucky in the way the diaper(s) looked beneath the exquisitely crafted 1960’s ape suit, (not to mention the stocky upper leg muscles).

The unlikelihood of such fakery and the plausibility a muscularly similar mammal are enough to allow a further look into the phenomenon of Bigfoot.

Lastly and certainly not least, we can see Patty’s breasts clearly in the Patterson Gimlin Film. This fact is commonly referred to by Bigfooters as some of the best evidence for Sasquatch’s existence, and for good reason. It is easy to imagine a large, hairy, human-like woman looking like that. Again, please excuse me, but the way they hang is quite accurate. The hoaxers would have to have first thought of such a brilliant idea and then executed it to the extent that it would still be marveled at today, so to speak.

NCBDT is short for Northern California Bigfoot Discovery Team. They are a newly formed organization and one of many such groups dedicated to the official scientific discovery and subsequent protection of the Sasquatch. The group's main focus is on the Central Sierra Nevada mountains of California and they are in the process of evaluating potential sites for their first trailcam placement.

If you have a minute, check out their website at:


  1. Hell, yeah. You know, I grew up viewing that film and balking at it. The dudes went looking for BF and there she was. SHE??? I find that compelling. I used to be disturbed that BF didn't run or act scared, but why the hell should she? Just like the human race, we look something down and say "I could take him." Plus, she apparently had no little ones to worry about, so no protective instincts. I watch that film and it's just so freaking real and my spidey senses can't dispute the reality of what I'm seeing even if I don't like the context in which it occurred.

  2. Same here. I have yet to hear one skeptic debunk the breasts. The closest thing I've heard them say was that Patterson and Gimlin always had an image of a female Bigfoot on their minds.

  3. The fact that it was a female sold me on the film. If it was made for profit during that time and day the breasts would have prevented it from being seen by as much of the public(Media) as it would have if it was a male. So I don't believe it's fake.
    Plus the fact that the special effects guy from Planet of the Apes stating he couldn't have done such a good job with the technology of the time sure helps.

  4. Come to think about with all the costumes and special affects and money some throw around these days. I find it funny I haven't seen a better film of Sasquatch....even a fake one. LOL

    Most hoaxes are just plain bad.

  5. Thanks for posting this. I've wondered about Patty's big butt. There isn't much movement in that area when she walks and notice the crease between her right cheek and upper back leg. Thought about this last night while viewing the PG footage. I really enjoy the updates here. Keep up the great work!

  6. I have looked at the P.G film many times,and the buttock and feet areas were the only areas that I didn't 100% believe to be real, but after seeing M.K Davis work on the film,I now am happy it is real.