Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Bob Gimlin Speaks Candidly With Bill Munns About The Patterson Film


Bob Gimlin, famed cowboy who was an eyewitness to the Patterson/Gimlin film speaks candidly with special effects and makeup artist and expert Bill Munns about the film and the events that took place at the time of filming. Not to mention, Jeff Meldrum was in the room as well for the conversation! How would you like to be a fly on that wall? Well thanks to the hopsSquatch youtube channel you can be!


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    1. all got trolled off. AHHHH HAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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    2. no they just lay low keep quiet and post at 12 am lol

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    3. Thats what happens when one spends their daylight hours busy and outside of the basement.

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    4. too scared to post as chick?

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    5. thought maybe it was your shift to be joe...lawd knows you do

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    6. Hey Clive!! Hope you are well ;)




      Brave anon @ 9:45 gives himself too much credit.

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    7. Evening TripleCheese Topping,

      Nice to meet you.

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    1. Joe cant get enough of the lies. He still gets goosebumps when Gimlin talks about the horse bucking and Patty turning to face him. And then the well dozered road can be seen in the background leading to the site, but Joe neglects to mention that. According to footers, the site is in the middle of nowhere, yet at the time, there were fresh dozer roads leading there. FACT!!! Keep trying footers, with every year that passes, your special pleading gets worse and worse

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    2. Have you considered better meds ?
      Maybe getting out of your basement once and a while and getting some fresh air will do wonders for you lad

      Joe

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    3. Sasquatch tracks were found all around logging sites in that area for years leading up to 1967... To which were in fact scaring loggers off work. Do dozer roads find you a magic monkey suit?

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    4. there is no evidence any loggers were scared. lol. That is just the story, with no proof to back it up. Dozer roads were there and being used. And yet footers claim there were no roads wtihin miles. When they are proven wrong, they just make up something else to make there scenario appear real in there minds.

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    5. "If anyone still has any doubt as to Long’s motive and they think that he wasn't on a witch hunt from the very beginning, let me share just one more thing worth your consideration. On page 442, Greg Long wrote about the death of Ray Wallace. Wallace owned a construction company that was involved in building a road in Northern California in the late 50’s. Long reminds us that it was Jerry Crew who was the bulldozer operator for Wallace who had found giant tracks on the ground around Wallace’s construction equipment. Long goes on to tell the reader how after Ray died, the Wallace family told how Ray would go around pulling pranks on people by wearing some wooden fake feet carvings he had in his possession. Greg Long ends the Wallace story by saying, “And so the Bigfoot film legend, which enjoyed a long and lively run, is now completely dead.” In typical fashion, Greg Long didn't even bother to check any of the basic facts surrounding the actual subject matter. I have to assume that Long never knew that because such large tracks were being found on the Wallace construction site, Ray was reported to be having trouble keeping workers on the job. Maybe I should point out that construction company’s work on a deadline and it makes little sense to me that Ray Wallace would want to sabotage his own living."
      http://sasquatchresearch.net/billmiller.html

      ... It's a sure sign of someone void of any decent knowledge of he subject matter, or void of any legitimate argument in his favour, that he should be resorted to putting words in the mouths of a lot of people.

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    6. It was well known there were nice roads leading into the area. Numerous people over the years, including so called bigfoot enthusiasts, agreed that there were roads leading up to the site. Yet footers claim there were no roads around and it was impossible to get too by vehicle. That was a lie. FACT. No workers were scared off, because none of it happened. It was a simple and obvious hoax. As its transparencies were picked out, the bigfoot world scrambled to make up excuses. Just look at the ridiculous story of how the film supposedly got developed. lol. I mean gimlin and patterson have to be laughing about this behind closed doors. Its that obvious, and that bad. Bob H at least told the truth about the whole thing. Just imagine if when Pattersons wife dies, she reveals the monkey suits location?? What would you say then Joe? If a dingy moth eaten suit shows up, and matches the patty suit, but in actuality, it wasnt a good suit at all. What would you do Joe? What would the bigfoot world do? You would therefore have your centerpiece of bigfoots existence obliterated. Yet i know what you and thousands others would do. You would make up some ridiculous claim that the suit was planted there to make the idea of bigfoot seem stupid. The bigfoot crowd will believe anything, and i mean anything!!

      "A sucker is born every minute"....Roger Patterson

      "Extraordinary claims shouldn't require extraordinary evidence".....Joe "lktomi" F.


      "Anyone who doesn't believe in aliens should be shot"......Joe "lktomi" F

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    7. ... And may I ask... In line with your other weightless argument the other day that lends to the film site being so remote that none of them could have got the film processed, at what level are you willing to contradict yourself for the sake of misinformation?

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    8. Why would anyone need to missinform anyone Joe? Bigfoot is known by the civilized world to be a made up monster. If someone wanted to spread missinfo, there would need to be some real thing to base it on. Yet bigfoot is not. Its just imagination. The indians have great laughs over bigfoot. As its well known to the indians that you only talk about bigfoot when white man is around. For 2 reasons. One, is that the other tribe members will think you are crazy. And 2, that white men pay money for encounters. So they make them up in good supply. And yes, the site was easily accessed.

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    9. 3:48... Even if the roads to the film site are as easily accessible as you claim, you already have reports of Sasquatch tracks at a logging location, where plenty of people worked and congregated, to which one can easily assume that an encroachment on the habitat of Sasquatch was a major factor. I'll say it again... Do dozer roads find you a monkey suit?

      "No workers were scared off, because none of it happened. It was a simple and obvious hoax. As its transparencies were picked out, the bigfoot world scrambled to make up excuses."
      ... Ok, prove it. Putting words up on a blog, when simply more accurate information is available to the contrary, again, doesn't get around to finding a magic monkey suit. Your "transparencies" are in fact the poor research and versions of someone trying to make money from a target audience who are already largely sceptical... Not to mention helping little kids sleep better at night. You also were given ample explanations for the timeline process, to which you use a glaring contradiction as well as nothing but more misinformation as he basis for your argument... It's not looking good.

      Tell me... How does hypothetical scenarios get around to finding that magic monkey suit? Extraordinary claims... Ha! Indeed.

      : )

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    10. 3:56... Pray tell... How does circular logic get around to finding you a magic monkey suit?

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    11. 3:56... Oh... And you need to misinform due to a sheer lack of proper understanding of the subject matter.

      Now... You presented innacurate information as an argument, to which was "deconstructed"... I believe now that the ball is in your court to lift that burden?

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    12. How do your logical fallacies and special pleading help you to prove the case? It makes you seem desperate. It was all fake Joe. I know thats hard to accept but you have to deal with it.

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    13. How does your repeated misuse of a logical fallacy help your misinformation and contradictions? It gets slightly cringey when you repeatedly use it out of context.

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    14. "... So called bigfoot enthusiasts, agreed that there were roads leading up to the site. Yet footers claim there were no roads around and it was impossible to get too by vehicle."
      ... Um... So what is it? Do "footers" think it accessible or non-accessible? You're contradicting yourself considerably?

      "Bob H at least told the truth about the whole thing."
      ... Bob H is not in the height range of Patty, has given three contradictory versions of his confession to various journalists, including contradictions regarding the "costume" description. Specifically, he has changed his description of the costume, dramatically, three times. The contradictions are so blatant that the only reasonable explanation is that the whole story is fake. Bob H taken apart accordingly here;
      http://www.bfro.net/news/korff_scam.asp

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    15. >>Sasquatch tracks were found all around logging sites in that area for years leading up to 1967

      All admitted fakes as well.

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    16. http://sasquatchresearch.net/billmiller.html

      ... You'll notice at the very bottom of the link above, the comparative track castings attained from Northern California against Ray Wallace's stompers. You'll notice that they are no match.

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  3. Joe is going to bust a nut when he sees this thread. The special pleading will be legendary

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    1. I'm busting a gut laughing at how totally barmy you all are . it must take a special kind of nut to come on a site regularly ranting against a subject you don't believe in.
      BOLLLOCKS MATE !

      Joe

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    2. 100% right anon (Joe) 12:23. Tim,U.K.

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  4. ..I would ask: Do you recall Roger or Al saying anything about how the film was developed? Did you hear anything about a friend who had access to a film lab?

    How much of the track way did you guys film? Do you know if the second reel, still exists?...

    Not accusing you of hoaxing, but Rene Dahindren and Pete Byrne(and I suspect others) think Patty was filmed earlier. Did Roger film Patty, then
    decide to meet with Al to review the film and plan a dramatic reveal. It would be natural, after getting the money shot, to coordinate with
    a business savoy relation to decide on a course of action that would maximize potential gains. Is
    that what happened, as even some of your ardent
    supporters believe?.....

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    1. Do hypothetical scenarios find you a magic monkey suit?

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    2. Plenty of magical monkey suits. they sell them at every halloween shop. Blevins also made a nice one. Woops.

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    3. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-DiRWOLTsDyY/TY5X5k2O7fI/AAAAAAAADok/tiE7U9_Md_4/s1600/Blevins+BF+Suit.jpg

      ... Got monkey suit?

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    4. this was just answered. Yes, we do. There are many magical monkey suits, sold at halloween stores, magic stores, etc. And then of course Blevins, and his destruction of the patterson suit.

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    5. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-DiRWOLTsDyY/TY5X5k2O7fI/AAAAAAAADok/tiE7U9_Md_4/s1600/Blevins+BF+Suit.jpg

      ... Got "deconstruction" of magic monkey suit?

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    6. Yes Joe, in fact we do. A monkey suit can be purchased from any costume/magic shop and be deconstructed. It can then be reconstructed. See a pattern? There has been no one deconstruct any monkey suit. They never handled any suit associated with this, and thus make judgements from there ipad while watching mountain monsters. They want it to be real so bad, they will say anything to discredit blevins. But its fact. Bigfoot is not real, and blevins destroyed the patterson suit. FACT. Face it Joe, your central arguement has been crushed.

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    7. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-DiRWOLTsDyY/TY5X5k2O7fI/AAAAAAAADok/tiE7U9_Md_4/s1600/Blevins+BF+Suit.jpg

      ^ you deconstruct nothing with that. Might I add... That that took almost ten years to make by a retired person with wackier ideas than the most craziest woo-footers you can reference, have the best photos reduced in width by 5% and we never see it in motion like the PGF.

      Got magic monkey suit?

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    8. yes joe. Again, go to any magic/costume store and get a monkey suit. Just like that, you have a magical monkey suit. Or just go to blevins and pay him to make you one. Blevins destroyed patterson. This is fact.

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    9. https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-DiRWOLTsDyY/TY5X5k2O7fI/AAAAAAAADok/tiE7U9_Md_4/s1600/Blevins+BF+Suit.jpg

      ^ not with that he didn't. Tell me... Do these off the wall costumes provide the magic fur cloth technique that no SFX expert can find?

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    10. The skeptics just can't accept that fact that stretch fabric which they claim to be used in the PGF wasn't invented back in 1967.
      We school the fools daily here !

      Joe

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  5. Anon just got blown the f*ck out by Iktomi. WOW!!

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    1. joe's personal fluff girl^^^....you always add so much to the conversation

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  6. FFS! If it's a suit why can't it be replicated today? Patty is 100% real just deal with it FFS!

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  7. The GOP Establishment had better get behind Trump, because to reject him would be suicidal for them. The Republican't party is dying, and Trump is the only man who can save it.

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  8. Then let it die, if they were afloat in the ocean,
    i'd throw them buckets of shark bait and anchors.

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    1. Look at all the doubting trolls, look at em all smothering this thread with their horseshit...day after day, posting on this site, one might even think they have an hidden agenda.

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