Sunday, April 3, 2016

Mysterious Creature Photo From Texas Resurfaces


This photo was posted a couple of years ago, with not much information behind it. The owner of the photo wished to remain anonymous. Since then many have speculated what the subject in the photo is. A dogman? A bigfoot? Or is it something else?


54 comments:

  1. Replies
    1. When I'm educating these nutters, I really don't intend on sending them totally over the edge... Apologies everyone!

      Delete
    2. Sykes came. Case closed.

      Delete
    3. 12:37

      Consensus is that the PG film is CGI and definitely not a Photoshop job ... they could always be wrong I suppose but I doubt it.

      Delete
    4. Proof Patterson's Bigfoot was a Hoax.mp4

      Published on Jan 12, 2013
      Evidence of tampering with Patterson Gimlin Film. Independent analysis supporting Leroy Blevins, Sr. analysis showing creature stopped. This video shows timeline couldn't happen and multiple takes occurred and were editted into film.Video also shows obvious feature that couldn't have been at site but shows up on every version of film. Plus more

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MIVhiCnNvIw

      Delete
    5. Hi guys.

      I am new here and want to ask a question that has been puzzling me for some time now.

      Does bigfoot really exist ?

      Is there any evidence for saying that ?

      I am awaiting your reply.

      Thanks,

      Puzzled.

      Delete
    6. The Patterson Gimlin Film Hoax PROVEN
      What you think, what you know, and what you can prove are often very different scenarios as I was recently reminded by a colleague. This is especially true concerning the Patterson Gimlin film of an alleged sasquatch/bigfoot.

      Proof the PGF is a hoax. This is not speculation, nor is it condemnation. This isn't about my opinion, or yours or any acredited scientists. The evidence is right there on the film. Patterson and Gimlin did what no one else has been able to do since. Don't hate. I appreciate the legend, and the story that has become famous world wide. Instead of bashing Patterson and Gimlin - I thank them for the entertainment and for accomplishing one of the best hoaxes in our time.

      http://pgfhoax.blogspot.com/2011/11/patterson-gimlin-film-hoax-proven.html

      Delete
    7. 12:37... Sykes is only now finishing Zana's DNA, tick, tock...

      12:58... No monkey suit, then?

      1:00... http://woodape.org/index.php/about-bigfoot/articles/90-anatomy-and-dermatoglyphics-of-three-sasquatch-footprints

      Delete
    8. The most famous recording of an alleged Bigfoot is a short film shot in 1967. Filmed in Bluff Creek, California, it shows a large, manlike creature striding through a clearing. In many ways the veracity of the film is crucial; unlike many alleged Bigfoot photographs, the subject in the film cannot be a misidentification. Either the film is a hoax or it is an unknown, hairy giant. The film's authenticity has been hotly debated, both among the public and among Bigfoot researchers.

      After nearly forty years of secrecy, the truth behind the world-famous Roger Patterson Bigfoot film has been revealed. The man who actually wore the costume and played the role of Bigfoot in the film has been located and has made a full confession. Moreover, the husband and wife team who made and sold the Bigfoot costume that Patterson used to fake his movie have also confessed, and several other important eyewitnesses have come forth with corroborating evidence. In a new book, The Making of Bigfoot: The Inside Story (Prometheus Books, 2004), Seattle-based author Greg Long reveals details of the hoax, the result of a six-year investigation which also clandestinely involved author Kal Korff.

      http://xzonenation.blogspot.com/2006/11/exposing-roger-pattersons-1967-bigfoot.html

      Delete
    9. The Hoax Begins to Unravel

      The first concrete sign that the Patterson film was a hoax surfaced when a man named Clyde Reinke claimed to have firsthand knowledge of the fraud as a former office manager for American National Enterprises (ANE), a now-defunct movie company that specialized in wildlife films.

      Reinke claimed that Roger Patterson was on the company's payroll as a "wildlife photographer." According to Reinke, Patterson and ANE "cooked up" the scheme to fake the Bigfoot film. ANE's alleged plan was to use the film as a "loss leader" that would attract huge audiences into theaters to see the footage (sandwiched in between their other movies). "The Bigfoot film increased attendance tremendously," Reinke claimed on the Fox network's one-hour special, World's Greatest Hoaxes: Secrets Finally Revealed.

      Delete
    10. The Bigfoot Prints

      Another important eyewitness Grog Long discovered is Harvey Anderson, the former owner of a gun and camera store in Yakima. Anderson claims that Patterson came into his shop one day with a plaster cast of a footprint allegedly left by Bigfoot and sought to rent a camera and get advice on how to film such a creature in the wild. According to Anderson, Patterson claimed he had not only seen a Bigfoot, but that it had touched his car and had actually lifted up one end. Anderson decided to go along with the story: "I was kind of getting a kick out of it, but I realized that he was lying to me or having hallucinations about the thing that came out of the woods and picked up his car."

      After talking briefly about his alleged encounter, Patterson unwrapped an alleged Bigfoot cast. Anderson immediately doubted the authenticity of the item. "I said to him, 'It looks like it's too narrow on the front part because it couldn't stand erect. Based on the description you've given me of this tall man or tall animal, you have to have it broader at the ball of the foot. 'Oh, no,' he said, 'he stands right up.' I said, 'Well, it doesn't appear to be correct. It looks to me like it should be wider on the front where the ball of the foot is. For the length of the foot, it won't work.' He [Patterson] said, 'Well, I can solve that problem. I'll take some more casts.'"

      Delete
    11. Patterson then told Anderson, "I have to ask you never to say anything about this because I've done this for my wife because I'm dying of cancer. I want to leave something for my wife." "What the hock," Anderson says now, "If people will buy it, why not? People will buy anything. He was giving me this sob story about his health, and he wanted to leave something for his wife, and you know, I wasn't doing it [shooting a fake film]. I was just listening to his story. I really didn't pay that much attention to it. It wasn't important."

      Additional eyewitness testimony that Patterson faked Bigfoot prints COllies independently from Roger Patterson's brother-in-law Bruce Mondor: "Roger made the footprints, and he explained the whole damn thing to me. He showed me the big foot; it didn't have an arch in it. It had toes like it should have.... And I asked him ... 'What do you do, you pick this up and slam it down?' It had to weigh twenty-five or thirty pounds. He said, 'Yeah, that's what I do.' I said, 'Then what do you do there [in the impression on the ground]?' He said, 'I pour plaster of Paris in there.'"

      Delete
    12. The Bigfoot Costume

      Long also uncovered Philip Morris, the man who actually made and sold a gorilla suit to Roger Patterson the one later used (with modifications) in his famous film.
      In 1967, about two months before the film was made, Morris received a telephone call from Patterson: "I was the only one who was making a gorilla suit like that at that time. I knew what my gorilla suit looked like. It was brown. In the fifties and sixties, I made my gorilla suits only in brown.... Patterson asked me if I had a realistic-looking gorilla suit. I immediately asked him if he was a carny [carnival worker]. He said, 'No, I'm a rodeo cowboy. We're just going to have some fun.'"

      Delete
    13. Bob Heironimus has never met nor talked to Philip Morris, yet Heironimus distinctly recalled the presence of shoulder pads in the Bigfoot suit that Patterson had modified, a fact that Philip Morris could not have known. This revelation is yet more evidence that the Patterson film is a hoax, and that Heironimus not only wore the suit but that Morris supplied it to Patterson.
      Morris's wife and business partner, Amy, helped make the famed suit. "Roger called us a second time and he asked us to ship him some extra gorilla fur. So we sent him some excess Dynel that was lying around," she said.

      Delete
    14. The Eye Has It

      The Patterson film also contains additional evidence that validates Heironimus's claim. It was originally discovered by one of the authors (Korff) when analyzing a first-generation, color-corrected copy of the film that Roger Patterson's widow Patty herself supplied and was later shown in Fox's World's Greatest Hoaxes. The key can be found in the seconds that surround frame 352, the famous portion of the clip where the "creature" looks back over its right shoulder and stares briefly at the camera.

      What does explain this sudden flash is a secret about Bob Heironimus that only he and his closest friends are aware of: Heironimus's right eye is missing, and he wears a prosthetic, or glass, eye! it was this glass eye of his that reflected the bright sunlight. Detailed enlargements and enhancements of this area suggest that these reflections are consistent with what one would expect of a glass eye and are not the result of anything organic ill nature.

      Delete
    15. The Mark Anders Bigfoot has already replaced the Patterson Hoax and they hate it.

      Thanks 1:08 for posting evidence on the Patterson Hoax.

      Bigfooters have been using a hoax for decades as their lynch pin. Its the only thing that holds them together.

      The Mark Anders' Bigfoot to bigfooters is like a crucifix to a vampire, water to a witch, or a head shot to a zombie.

      Delete
    16. All the above and Greg Long destroyed in one beautiful link;
      http://sasquatchresearch.net/billmiller.html

      ... Also... Morris has no record of selling Patterson one of be greatest achievement of SFX in history, had to hire a costume expert to make a suit that looks nothing like the PGF.

      Schooled.

      Delete
    17. Sadly, the reaction by many Bigfoot researchers has been not only negative, but outright hostile. Unable to disprove these damaging revelations, they have resorted to everything from name calling and threats of violence and lawsuits to accusing everyone of being liars. Such behavior shows that when people cannot face facts, they tend to "shoot the messenger" instead of dealing responsibly with the truth.

      Delete
    18. You are BTFO yet again iktomi/joe.

      Eat feces.

      Delete
    19. Iktomi/Joe gets decimated and comes back saying he schooled the person that destroyed him.

      Every day is opposite day for Iktomi/Joe.

      Delete
    20. Here's that link again...

      http://sasquatchresearch.net/billmiller.html

      ... There's money to be made hoaxing a hoax... It also helps little kids sleep better at night.

      Got monkey suit?

      Delete
    21. Oh, there's this too;
      http://www.bfro.net/news/korff_scam.asp

      There's a reason why even career pseudosceptics don't even use Long anymore.

      Delete
    22. Korff Statement About The
      Patterson Bigfoot Film
      Commentary
      By Kal Korff
      kalkorff@kalkorff.com
      3-8-4


      Dear Listeners to the Jeff Rense Program,
      Ladies and Gentlemen of the general public,
      Citizens of the World:

      Last Monday, March 1, 2004, radio history was made.

      The man who wore the famous, now infamous, Roger Patterson "Bigfoot" suit, used to fake the Roger Patterson "Bigfoot" film of 1967, appeared on the Jeff Rense Program with Executive TV Producer Robert Kiviat, Author and Investigator Greg Long, Investigative Journalist Michaela Kocis, and myself.

      For the first time EVER, you were TOLD THE TRUTH about how the infamous Roger Patterson hoax 1967 "Bigfoot" film was made.

      http://www.rense.com/general50/kr.htm

      Delete
    23. Iktomi, got this monkey suit?

      https://youtu.be/mgWY0D3UcN8


      The Patterson Hoax is already discredited. Move along.

      Delete
    24. There are several members of this self-proclaimed "community" that are now very upset. Their reactions are very emotional, and one important FACT must NOT be forgotten: NONE of them can PROVE that the man WE CLAIM wore the Bigfoot suit, IS WRONG or not telling the truth!

      They CANNOT prove that the man we are now offering to the public, is lying.

      INSTEAD, The ONLY thing they CAN DO, is say that Bob Gimlin denies it.

      We are not surprised Bob Gimlin "denies" this. He has been "denying" things for years, but as we revealed on the Jeff Rense Program on March 1st, 2004, he now has a CREDIBILITY PROBLEM.

      There are several EYEWITNESSES to the Bigfoot suit. ALL OF THOSE WHO COULD BE FOUND, ARE DEPOSED FOR THE FIRST TIME IN GREG LONG'S BOOK. THE FACT A SUIT EXISTED, AND IT WAS THE ONE USED IN THE PATTERSON FILM, PROVES THAT THERE WAS NO BIGFOOT THAT DAY, THE DAY THEY FAKED THE FILM, CONTRARY TO WHAT BOB GIMLIN SAYS.

      The man who MADE AND SOLD the Bigfoot suit to Roger Patterson, has also been found. HE WILL EMERGE IN THE PUBLIC SHORTLY.

      Our "critics" - despite their desperation, CANNOT disprove Mr. Phillip Morris' testimony either, since he DID MAKE THE BIGFOOT SUIT, SOLD IT TO ROGER PATTERSON, AND GAVE HIM ADVICE ON HOW TO HELP MAKE HIS "CREATURE" LOOK MORE GENUINE. MORRIS ALSO SHIPPED PATTERSON EXTRA FUR TO HELP "DRESS UP" THE SUIT, and ADVISED PATTERSON TO USE SHOULDER PADS, WHICH PATTERSON DID, TO "PAD" THE SHOULDERS OF THIS PHONY "BIGFOOT".

      Delete
    25. Lies- prove it. Got Ze Suit?!

      Delete
    26. Oh... And there's also this;
      http://bigfootbooksblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/skeptoid-botches-analysis-of-patterson.html?m=0

      ... Who would take any word of someone who researches a topic so terribly as that ^

      Delete
    27. Magical disappearing monkey suit.

      Delete
    28. The most magical of all magic... But kids need to sleep better at night I guess.

      : )

      Delete
    29. Oh... And regarding Patty's shoulders;

      "Posterior from the shoulder, her scapula can be seen “winging” or becoming more prominent with the right arm swinging forwards, combined with the head turning back, away from the camera. This is a natural occurrence for the body, since the arm is attached to the triangular-shaped scapula, which is stabilized by several muscles. There is no bone-to-bone contact of the scapula/humerus unit with the rest of the body skeleton, with the exception of a small anterior pivot point provided by the clavicle. This allows for the significant mobility exhibited by the shoulder, and the protrusion of the medial border (“winging”) of the scapula. As with the above described triceps changes, this would be very difficult to replicate in a costume, and would not be a physical characteristic commonly known outside of the medical community."
      - O. Allen Guinn, III, M.D., F.A.C.S.

      Delete
    30. The Patterson Hoax suit had football pads. Stop your pseudo-science BS, moron. For every quack doctor there are a hundred legit ones. What depths you won't sink to.

      Delete
    31. Get a pioneering plastic surgeon to counter Guinn's opinion, and your mania will have some basis in reality.

      Delete
    32. Get a pioneering geneticist to counter Sykes opinion, and your mania will have some basis in reality.

      Your fringe quack should lose their medical license.

      Delete
    33. Sykes is a geneticist... He has just as qualified opinion on the PGF as any of us. Does this mean you're in support of Sykes' ideas on Zana?

      Nope! My "fringe quack" has pioneered breasts reduction techniques in the US. Go get an equivalent, you crazy troll.

      Delete
    34. Kal Korff wouldn't believe the sky was blue if he saw it with his own two eyes, what a tosser
      The PGf is the best evidence period and even after all these years it has never been proven to be a hoax despite what all the toddlers post on here.
      Show me the monkey suit and i'll show you a unicorn

      Joe

      Delete
  2. The Patterson Hoax was exposed. Sykes has come.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. ^ what was the end result...CGI,Photoshop or just plain old furry suit ?

      Delete
    2. That photo looks very interesting.

      That doesn't look real to me 12:06 but Patty is definitely real xx

      Delete
    3. Consensus is that the PG film is CGI and definitely not a Photoshop job ... they could always be wrong I suppose but I doubt it.

      Delete
    4. The Patterson Hoax always looked fake to me but Mark Anders' Bigfoot is definitely real. xx

      Delete
  3. Hmmm...looks like n i g n o g man from here

    ReplyDelete
  4. 12:20...there was no cgi or photoshop back then and no furry suit has surfaced so leaves one thing...Patty is the real deal!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. ^ Nah mate...deffo cgi

      Delete
    2. The dodgy Patterson Hoax was discredited years ago. Damp squib.


      The Mark Anders' Bigfoot is one of the few real Bigfoot.

      Delete
    3. I'm sorry... Did they find a monkey suit?

      Delete
    4. No need to be sorry, Iktomi, you never found a Mark Anders suit. Must be real.

      Delete
    5. If only Patterson had CGI, your meltdown would be at least for something.

      Delete
    6. Just because CG exists doesn't mean its used.

      Got monkey suit?

      I can't believe I'm arguing against a bigfooter in support of a bigfoot photo being real that he/she wants to be fake.

      The irony.

      Sigh.

      Creased.

      Cheerio.

      Delete
    7. Ain't both of but a troll... On an epic meltdown...

      Get well soon.

      Delete
    8. Iktomi ain't nothing but a troll... On an epic meltdown...

      Get well soon.

      Delete
  5. The PGF is the real deal.Enough with this hoax nonsense.The Mark Anders pics are of a body builder in a suit. Have a nice day.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. The Mark Anders Bigfoot is the real deal. The Patterson Hoax is a man in a monkey suit. Have a nice weekend.

      Delete
    2. 1:53 the bigfoot "dick"....how fitting,bet he has a little furry vest with a badge to lol..c'ant make this up wow

      Delete