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originally posted by: Blaine91555
MORE | Park rangers spot 'Bigfoot' in Round Rock, ask kids to help track him down
Anyone that sees any activity in Round Rock parks, pools or trails or other unexplained phenomena, tag Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department on FB, or @roundrockpard on Twitter & Instagram. #RRSightings
Email to Chief Banks:
Chief: It has come to our attention that Bigfoot has been seen in Round Rock. We are very concerned and plan to nominate him to the FBI Top 10. Please see the attached wanted poster. Any help your department needs in finding Bigfoot we will assist.
Special Agent in Charge
Federal Bureau of Investigation
San Antonio – Austin – Waco – Del Rio – Laredo – McAllen – Brownsville
originally posted by: midnightstar
well tell you what is goin to happen one of these kids will find aaccutal bigfoot
The mystery was solved in 2002 when the family of Ray Wallace, the construction contractor who supervised workers at the foot print site, announced in Wallace’s obituary that he had hoaxed the prints. While there was a certain amount of denial by big foot researchers, Wallace had a decades-long history of producing jokes and hoaxes. Bluff Creek footage was also the site of the next Bigfoot sensation — actual footage of a lanky ape-man loping along a stream bed — the famous Patterson film.
To believers the footage looked impossible to fake, to skeptics it looked like a guy in a suit. In 2004, Greg Long published “The Making of Bigfoot: The Inside Story” which examined Patterson’s character. Long discovered that there was no lack of witnesses — neighbors, friends, business associates and even Bigfoot researchers — who would describe Patterson as shady character who engaged in check fraud and other scams and who couldn’t be trusted. Ironically the film he used at Bluff Creek was purchased with a bad check, and he was arrested for grand larceny for stealing the camera he used. Before the Bluff Creek was shot Patterson made several low-budget Bigfoot films that showed he had plenty of experience creating fake Bigfoot-related footage. Long also claimed he uncovered the actual “man in the suit,” Bob Heironimus, who had acted in Patterson’s other Bigfoot films. Considering Patterson’s reputation it’s difficult to understand why Bigfoot researchers haven’t been more suspicious of the film.