Wednesday, July 5, 2017

MK Davis Talks About The Future of the Patterson Gimlin Film


MK Davis talks about the Patterson Gimlin film and what the future holds for the film. Where do we go from here.

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  1. That costume looks ridiculous with the cut out holes for eyes and the bearded woman with hairy breasts gaffe.


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    1. And he likes his women to resemble his momma.

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    2. That costume looks ridiculous with the cut out holes for eyes and the bearded woman with hairy breasts gaffe.


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    3. cuck ↑


      That costume looks ridiculous with the cut out holes for eyes and the bearded woman with hairy breasts gaffe.


      Absurd



      cuck ↓

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    4. Patty does not have a neck. Impossible to have a secure mask, with eye holes, and this big of a head.

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  2. No matter how many times i see that footage i always find Patty fascinating to watch xx

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    1. She is a shy girl just trying l to go about her business while she deals with her unruly kids and an old man who hangs out all night monkeying around

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    2. This is real evidence . Patterson didn't have to draw on breasts
      Sorry DS, couldn't help but say

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  3. Since John Green promised MK Davis that he was going to sue MK, if MK pursued the Bigfoot massacre delusion, and John Green has recently passed away, MK is back to sewing seeds of doubt about Green and everybody who was associated with the Patterson-Gimlin film. MK is back to claiming that "they" told a story that doesn't jive, and then he falsely states that people associated with the film were liars. All hail M K Davis for claiming everyone else involved with the film are liars, but MK Davis, is the hero who by using contrast manipulation to destroy the authenticity of the original stills from the video, points out that the film is actually authentic despite the people who were involved with filming it. What a loser.

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  4. Patterson did do a good job with the costume. He used a cave man mask available for sale at the time and shoulder pads as part of the costume. The arm extensions were sticks (notice that in the film that the bigfoot's hands/fingers don't move). The distance, lighting, graininess, and angle all came together to make this look better than Patterson could have imagined.

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    1. It's easily reproduced then, oh wait, maybe not.

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