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Finally putting the nearly 50-year hoax to rest, renowned Bigfoot researcher Tom Biscardi presents testimony from those involved in staging the film, providing decisive evidence that the footage was not of some unexplained and mysterious natural being, but of a man in a suit. This landmark radio program will irrefutably prove that the Patterson/Gimlin film was perpetrated upon the public as a hoax for monetary benefit.
While the authenticity of the Patterson/Gimlin footage has been debated before, and most believe in its validity, the following guests from HOAX OF THE CENTURY will make this radio program irrefutable in exposing the truth:
..Tom Biscardi the producer of "Hoax of the Century" will host this media event.
..Bob Heironimus that wore the suit.
..Philip Morris, the man that sold the suit to Patterson
..Author Greg Long, who through his book "The Making of Bigfoot" exposed the hoax for what is was and will on live radio present the truth
..Author Michael Greene who wrote the book "Sasquatch for Sale" that describes the real players in the industry who continue to exploit this film
..Investigator Leroy Blevins,the man who deciphered and researched the Patterson footage and exploited the hoax will also give his verdict of the Patterson Footage
In total, the Native American tribes of North America have more than sixty different names for Sasquatch. The word 'Bigfoot' was coined in the late 1950s by the media when a man discovered large footprints in the mud near Bluff Creek in northern California. While the prints were disclosed to be a hoax in the early 21st century, the term stuck, and gave rise to the modern belief, interpretation and quest for Bigfoot.
Traditionally, Native tribes in the Rockies and north western United States view Bigfoot as a physical being, no different than a human or another animal. However, their respect for animals as wise elder brothers, gives them an overwhelming respect for Bigfoot as well, seeing the creature not as a conquest, or something to fear, but as a guide, or teacher, and even an extension of themselves.
Even though there's a lot of evidence proving that Bigfoot may be a myth
originally posted by: ThatDidHappen
a reply to: Masterjaden
Thought that cameraman, suitmaker, and actor all have recently admitted the Patterson film was fake.
The interesting fact shown in the video, which could be made by shady Russians and fake, shows the animal grabbing the tree with one arm and one arm open, tugging and pulling until finally the tree came loose and the root ball emerged in a snap. It does not seem the root ball came out easily. Viewing the machine it appears the trunk is severed not pulled out.