Here are SOME MORE!
Videos Four through Eight of our
BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT
have now been posted.
Our summer's studies' results are finally coming forth. "C.I.," Robert Leiterman and Yours Truly set out to know Bluff Creek and its history better, especially as pertains to the Patterson-Gimlin Film. We sought to find the true site and track-way location, despite the fact that there are at least five different proposals from various researchers, and memories seem to have grown vague and as mysterious as the regrown forest now covering the once open sandbar where the famous Bigfoot film was shot. Here are the three introductory Bigfoot-nerd sessions trying to lay the preliminary foundations for our subsequent visits to the site area. Enjoy!
|Earth Explorer Image centered on the general consensus PGF site area.|
|Just a picture... links follow below.|
Here is PART FOUR of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT. Watch Robert Leiterman as he walks up the creek from the Bluff Creek Bridge to the Patterson-Gimlin Film site.
Here is PART FIVE of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT, wherein we hike down the dirt road above the site and observe the sand bar and creek canyon below, and finally reach the bat boxes landing on the creek.
Here is PART SIX of our BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT, wherein three Bigfooting nerds really geek out in the rain nitpicking over the details given us by Peter Byrne for his location of the Patterson-Gimlin Film site.
Here is PART SEVEN of our BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT on BFRO-VIDEOS on YouTube. Here at the "Peter Byrne Site" we compare old photos to new landscapes, stumble upon stumps, and dig in the sand searching for the very ground Patty walked upon in the PGF.
Here is PART EIGHT of our BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT on BFRO-VIDEOS on YouTube. Here we bumble and wade up the creek, through the maze of fallen trees and wood debris, and come to the ostensible site as identified by Christopher Murphy in his book KNOW THE SASQUATCH/BIGFOOT. Still no conclusive proof of the PGF location.
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If the above embedded video boxes don't pop up do check for them at BFRO-VIDEOS on YouTube. Look in "Uploads" and then "See All." There's a lot of other cool stuff in there.
Or just click one of these links:
|History of Six Rivers National Forest book cover|
Anyway, thanks to one AlaskaBushPilot we got a tip on this fine book. It is available free online, so check it out. It is a US Government Printing Office/US Forest Service book,
A HISTORY OF THE SIX RIVERS NATIONAL FOREST... Commemorating the First 50 Years.
By Pamela A. Conners, Historian, Six Rivers National Forest.
This puts Bluff Creek and it's Bigfooting history into perspective. Check it out!
|So much for Bigfoot hunting in Bluff Creek for the year!|
The G-O Road, near Bluff Creek and the "Bigfoot Lives" sign.
|Reported Bigfoot track found at Big Rock, Willow Creek.|
After Bobo and Richard drove all the way out from
Arcata we found out that it was a bear track!
ANGRY BIGFOOT SPEAKS!
Hu-man! You get call say Bigfoot track on sand at Big Rock. You drive stinky truck all way from Arcata and look. You think you find bear track. Fool hu-man, me leave that track by go tip-toe. Me sure fool you! Ha ha. Me still LMAOROTFLOL, you so puny and have no fur.
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