posted on Feb, 14 2008 @ 08:17 AM
reply to post by jbondo
Well I really don't care what's in the video. I like to look at the people. You have Roger Patterson who saw his chance in making a quick buck.
He was a fan of bigfoot stories, and realized that if he had a video of one it would make him rich.
You have Clyde Reinke who was employeed by a movie company called American National Enterprise. Reinke claims that Petterson has a scheme to make a
fake bigfoot documentary, that would be shown at the movies. Which happened and made a lot of money for Patterson.
Then you have Bob Heironimus, he said he was wearing the bigfoot custome. Witnesses saw a gorrilla custome in Heironimus car after the
A costume store owner named Philip Morris claims to have sold Patterson a brown gorrilla suit, and sent extra fur with it.
Two days before Patterson shot his film he rent a video camera, for the purpose of video taping bigfoot.
If you want to believe that Patterson got extremly lucking and found bigfoot when he just so happened to rent a video camera days before, go for it.
Using modern day science and technology we can not even come close to what Patterson did. Today we have teloscopic cameras, motion activated cameras,
and even satellites
that can find bigfoot. But, yet he is still
elusive. I'm not saying bigfoot is a fake, I'm saying Patterson is.
People can break down the footage all they want, and say how real the muscle and fur look. What I see is a man that had an agenda and a motive. The
people that have come up and spoke out, have nothing to gain. There not looking for fame or money like Patterson. They just want the truth out.