Monday, October 22, 2018
In the pantheon of Cryptid Research there is a Gold Standard, The Patterson Gimlin footage of Patty the Bigfoot.
Taken in 1967 to prove the existence of these mythic beasts they captured one of the most controversial pieces of evidence to date.
The original film was janky, blurry and hard to see, not to mention short in length. A film easy to dissect and dismiss from the skeptic community. As time wore on, a strange thing happened, as technology caught up and the film was stabilized and cleaned up and to the surprise of most, it became even more evident that they had in fact caught footage of this elusive beast.
Many still decry it as a hoax and make claims they were involved in the original film, but the very bizarre thing is that their claims have become even more unbelievable than the film itself.
To this day, in 2018 with modern technology, no one can accurately recreate a costume with what was available in 1967 to prove that the film was a hoax.
This very special interview is with one of the actual eyewitnesses, this is HIStory...please enjoy this instant classic interview from Midnight in the Desert with Dave Schrader and special guest, Bob Gimlin.
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