Monday, April 17, 2017

Patterson Gimlin Film Is Bigfoot Wearing A Show


From Parabreakdown:

In march of 2013, someone had posted an enhanced version of the Patterson/Gimlin Bigfoot footage on 1967. In zooming into the feet area I saw what may only be an anomaly of some kind, however, it does look like the heal of a boot or shoe and the bottom of a costume. At the time, I tried to contact Bill Munns (PG film expert) and sent and email explaining what I had found. That was two years ago. A few others have also seen this, yet no one is willing to make any public comment. So here it is, for good or for ill. It is what it is unless someone can prove different. Note my original upload date. This was not a 'spur of the moment' decision. Another explanation could be an anomely that occured in the transferring from film to digital formatting.

46 comments:

  1. Yup it`s a shower shoe.

    Haha the Patty is revealed to be a Pratty for you figure of fraudulence...smell the stench from the flatulence of footery.

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    1. And Lincoln was shot...old news...everyone knows P/G is fake.

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    2. Is bigfoot wearing a show?

      Seriously? How hard is it to read a headline before you post it?

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    3. "Carl Olinsolet recently posted this intriguing enhancement video on Facebook. The video shows the lower legs and feet of the subject of the Patterson-Gimlin Film, and focuses on the toes of this animal. A feature, which I have noticed, is that the toes lift excessively, possibly due to limitation in dorsiflexion of the ankle joint. Here is Mr. Olinoslet's video, which does a nice job of pointing out this feature in the animal's foot

      http://bizarrezoology.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/compelling-evidence-toe-extension-of.html

      The American Heritage® Medical Dictionary defines dorsiflexion as "the turning of the foot or the toes upward". As physical therapist Kevin Cooney has explained to me, ankle dorsiflexion is one of the actions required to clear the foot during swing phase of gait, as well as setting up heel strike for initial contact with the ground.

      This animal appears to exhibit greater toe extension during the swing phase of gait than those of Homo sapiens. Physical therapist Kevin M. Cooney, who specializes in gait at a biomechanics lab, has pointed out to me that humans who have limited ankle dorsiflexion due to calf muscle tightness often compensate for this limitation using increased toe extension to maximize swing foot clearance so they don't trip. When comparing the Patterson-Gimlin film to the actor in the suit (see diagram below), it appears the animal has more of a "foot flat" contact onto the ground with toes hyper-extended, whereas the person in the suit has exaggerated ankle dorsiflexion and a heel strike at contact.If the Patterson Film subject was a person in a suit, then it would have had ankle dorsiflexion rather than the abnormal toe hyper-extension in the film (as demonstrated by the diagram below). It would have been very difficult to replicate this toe hyper-extension in the large "clown shoes" which must have been worn if this was a costume, as the subject's feet were measured between 14 and 15 inches long. If it were a person in a suit, they would have had to exaggerate dorsiflexion at the ankle to raise what would likely have been synthetic material to make the foot this long, as is well demonstrated in the actual man-in-the-suit trial in the diagram. In addition, achieving this degree of toe hyper-extension would be very difficult in Homo sapiens."






      Scepfootery is pretty dumb. Got monkey suit, Nick B?

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    4. Dorsiflex the tooth fairy, unicorn boy, lol

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    5. It's just too tempting making you look like an idiot.

      You behave now, Little Nicky.

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    6. Iktomi still obsessed with 50 year old prank.

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    7. Gigantopithicus in motion

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    8. Did that idiot cut and paste scientific analysis of the Morris costume again?

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    9. Little Nicky still obsessed, after six-seven years, with circular reasoning for an alleged prank.

      There is, not one shred of evidence, that the subject in that footage is a man in a costume. Not one. If you don't like it... Prove me wrong. The fact that you have, for the most part of your time invested in trolling people here, been obsessed with the PGF, renders your comment only ever so slightly audacious. But trolls are narcissistic after all, according to the experts.

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    10. "The set-up is this: Our old friend Phillip Morris apparently goes around and tells people what a load a hokum the PGF is based on how he made the costume and all. In order to make his little talk more effective, he reached out to Edmunds to make him a “state of the art” bigfoot suit. Think about that for a second. This is the guy who made the original. In 1967. But to help demonstrate how the PGF figure is a dude in a suit, he turns to a professional costume and effects manufacturer to make him one using 21st century technology and techniques. OK. This thing is, I bet, going to be pretty awesome.

      Here’s the PGF-related segment from the show:

      www.cryptomundo.com/bigfoot-report/patterson-gimlin-film-debunking-debunked/

      "Pretty cool costume. Too bad it looks absolutely nothing like the PGF figure. Hell, it’s not even half as good as the Jack’s Links sasquatch. Also, note the size of the head on the thing and consider that in the context of what Bill Munns told us on BFS 50: The head has to be huge in Edmunds’ suit to fit the head of an actor. The head of the PGF figure is freakishly small."

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    11. You've turned an enjoyable prank, that I did as a lark fifty years ago, into a colossal waste of time.

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    12. I think your entire time spent trolling people around here about the PGF, and getting absolutely no closer to showing us a magic monkey suit... Constitutes a waste of time at archetype level.

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    13. Has Iktomi got her "citizenship" yet?

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    14. Ikfoolish speaks in tongues when she's defeated.

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    15. Arms like a person, legs like a person, head like a person, pendulous breasts like some persons, yep, no way is that a person

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    16. Sasq'ets are people. It's taken you the last six years of your life to fail in understanding that.

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    17. Gigantopithicus retard,Gigantopithicus

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    18. Tribes of 9 foot tall hairy people living in US forests that no one can take clear photos of... Riiiiiiiiigggggghhhhhhttttttt

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    19. http://www.texasbigfoot.net/images/bigfoot1.jpg

      Case in point.

      Got monkey suit?

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    20. One grainy film of a 1967 prank represents clear photos of 10,000 hairy 9 foot tall apemen hiding in the USA?

      Riiiiiigggghhhhhhttttttt

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    21. Short memory.

      Last time I checked, there's so much data in the footage that the subject can be compared to that of recognised biological tissue in people like the elderly;
      http://www2.isu.edu/rhi/pdf/Munns-%20Meldrum%20Final%20draft.pdf

      ... At a time when the best Hollywood could achieve, even many years later, was this;
      http://vignette1.wikia.nocookie.net/bionic/images/b/b8/Jaime_vs_bigfoot.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20070320062719

      Now... Have you got your little magic monkey man suit, or are we going to have to consider you toasted as usual?

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    22. ...focusing on the 1967 prank and not addressing the lack of clear photos of the 10,000 9 foot tall hairy apemen living in the US?

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    23. In six years of being obsessed with the PGF... It's not a very good sign for your integrity that you should have mere circular reasoning for that magic monkey suit of yours. No wonder you're so angry all the time.

      Here's a doozy, show me a magic monkey suit, and the clear photos being presented as evidence are shown to be bunk. It might be a little alien to a narcissistic troll who probably doesn't have any responsibility in his life... But the burden is with you.

      Meltdown in 5... 4... 3... 2...

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    24. An old prank and nothing else. Got it.

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    25. No, that's the thing... You haven't got anything. No magic monkey suit = you lose.

      Again.

      (Sigh)

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    26. loved your explanation on the PGF very professional ,,, i'm so tired of people like that troll you were trying to reason with ,,, people like him are small minded and undoubtedly unemployed or working a MC Donalds ,, and have no scientific educational background ,,, or are scared of what they don't know or can control.

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  2. Who is to say that Patty didn't just pick up a pair of flip flops left behind at a campsite? I'll bet dollars to donuts that they prefer blue flip-flops.

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    1. The last explanation is the obvious one and no DS bigfoot don't wear blue flip flops lol xx

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    2. Well I once found a single blue flipflip deep in a remote area of the local park. What more proof is needed? That particular flipflop wasn't being worn but was instead being used as a marker but it could as well have ended up on somebody's foot. Its the kind of behavioral proof I get almost every day!

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    3. I can't see bigfoot wearing blue flipflops but blue suede shoes,well that i can see,just make sure you don't step on them xx

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    4. Bluff creek has many animals on the verge of extinction

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    5. I know what I found and it was a blue flip flop used by a bigfoot most likely as a marker. I have proof of it which can't be denied
      There are reports of bigfoots stealing shirts, underwear,shoes and now you can add a flip flop to that.
      I put forth my theory that bigfoot use human made objects as markers probably to mark their territory and telling humans to stay away the same way we use scarecrows
      PIB, you're just too dumb to imagine things beyond your TV set

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  3. Para poor attempt at personal publicity on someone else's good fortune. Para is pretty much a leach on the coat tails of every body else's success or failures.

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    1. Well if that's the case he should join the Rocky Mountain Sasquatch Organization. He will be right at home there.

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    2. Everybody knows Buggyeyes Steven Spudfarts is mooching off of the Patterson/Gimlin legacy. Steve is a natural mooch. He lives on welfare,foodstamps & then begs for camera & battery donations to boot. How the go fund me scam going Steven? Are you going to use the funds to plant fake bigfoot evidence in Oregon like you did the last time?

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    3. You have to admit that Steven looks sexy wearing short pants and knee high tube socks!

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  4. Shoe. She is wearing a shoe. Matt has sticky fingers from handling a lot of Jolly Ranchers so expect a few typos here and there.

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    1. ALL YOUZE TROLL ASS MOFO'S!
      "Go to heck in a handbasket"!!

      Dat's all dere is to it Yo!


      a.c.collins

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    2. Yeah I saw the barely comprehensible headline earlier and thought I'd let them fix it before even reading the article, but there it is hours later. Sad!

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  5. This and the caveman mask clinch it.

    Patty was a hoax. Now all that's left is for Bob Gimlin to confess.

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    1. Patty was a hoax but the caveman mask has nothing to do with it. Nice try, buffoon.

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  6. Stay off the drugs. It is not abnormal for the hair to grow differently on the ankle, than on the foot. Compare your own head hear to your crotch hair. If they look the same than you are in deep trouble.

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  7. PG film is real. Damn real. no doubt

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