Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Watch This To Find Out What Cliff Barackman Really Thinks About The Patterson Film


No matter what there will always be those people out there that think the Patterson film is a fake. Many have tried, but no one has ever been successful at proving that this film is not of an authentic bigfoot. At a small gathering in Vancouver, Washington, Finding Bigfoot's Cliff Barackman let his position on the film be known. Check it out:


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  1. He's never seen one so who gives a s hit. TURDS!!!

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    1. You're an idiot so no one "gives a s hit" what you think.

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    2. I'm not here everyday of my life posting "Turds", trying desperately to make a mythical creature go away.

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    3. Nor am I. I just make fun of footers. That guy/gal is weird and not me.

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    4. Making fun of the footers huh? What an epic life you must lead.

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  2. he secretly laughs at it. duh. nice ol diaper butt

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    1. and you're secretly afraid of it. Your frantic denial is a psychological defense mechanism that your small mind creates because the above imagery makes you feel uncomfortable. That's why we all openly laugh at you. duh.

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    2. I don't know if it is joe, but it does sound like him.

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  3. The guy who took the Nessie's photo's name was Wilson. NOT "surgeon. Hey Cliff old man. DO some research. No wonder you have never found bigfoot, lol

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  4. I think that the Patterson bigfoot film was a hoax that turned out better than Patterson could have ever imagined.

    Everything came together perfectly, lighting, angle, distance, film grain, etc., to make the film very convincing.

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    1. Yessiree. He got is so good that MK Davis was diagnosing hemorrhoids on Patty from 150 feet away, and 45 years after the fact. Now that's either really good, or completely insane.

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  5. i can imagine the same nerdy guy in 30 years saying the exact same thing about the P/G film

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