Thursday, February 4, 2010

The Patterson-Gimlin Film

From Anomaly Magazine:
My conclusion, after analysing the film footage countless times, employing a degree of expertise in human and primate anatomy, and examining critically the analyses of forensics expert J. Glickman of NASI, among others, is that the 1967 Patterson-Gimlin film does not and cannot depict a human being in a costume. It is a real, as-yet uncatalogued animal, most likely a primate of either pongid (ape-like) or hominid (human-like) taxonomic classification, that resides, or once resided, somewhere in the millions of square miles of human-uninhabited forests of the Pacific Northwestern United States and Canada.


Read the article here.

2 comments:

crudedoodle.com said...

I enjoyed the recreation of this scene in the movie Elf.

The Frog Queen said...

Pacific Northwest, huh? Wos, another reason not to go camping where I live :D

Cheers!