I swore to myself that I would never reply to another Patterson thread. But it hurts me seeing all these people buy into it.
Same argument I always had about the footage. What's in the video is not important, It is the guy that is holding the camera. I don't want hear
about the muscle texture, how it walks, the real looking breast, etc. I don't care.
I am currently switching jobs, and one thing that the new employer ask is for a background check. You know, to make sure all my credentials line up.
If you do a background search on Patterson you will find he was nothing but a con-man, only looking to make a quick buck in life.
If your buying into this story you might as well be interested into this Meier
This is a officially alien raygun! Have anyone ever seen a alien raygun? Then how do you know that this is a fake? If you never seen one, look how
real it looks with silvery texture, red ray gun death tip, and alumina foil arm protector. Please.
I am not debating if bigfoot is real or not. Personally I think all the eyewitness can't be wrong. But I don't think their any man/ape relative,
but thats not the point.
My point is what was Patterson's real job? It was making bigfoot documentaries. It was reported that he faked prints in earlier documentaries. He
purchased gorilla costumes. A guy said that he dressed up in a costume for him.
Besides the background history, the footage itself is sketchy. Recently people have been looking for bigfoot/yeti a lot more than they were 50 years
ago. The technology has changed so much since then too. If we can't find one with a trail cam how I am I supposed to believe that Patterson went
into the woods with the sole purpose of video taping a bigfoot with a video camera he purposely rented just for that purpose. I do not believe that
Patterson was the best bigfoot hunter ever. He just went into the woods and Bigfoot just walk the cat walk in front him. Even gave a look too.
The creature is almost always nocturnal. Daylight accouters are brief in nature. Usually with the creature moving quick or aggressive after being
spotted. But not Patterson's bigfoot, it was hopscotching through the woods. Even turned to smile.
But hey, if you want to believe that Patterson was one of the greatest biologist ever, go for it. I'll disagree.