Late January 2012 Edition
YES ANOTHER BLUFF CREEK MEGA-ISSUE
Well, the PROOF is in, now without the slightest doubt: The PGF Site has been completely verified. Find below a mathematical proof displaying the correspondence between our site map of the location as it is today, and the 1971 Rene Dahinden "aerial" shot. This proof adjusted camera angle and compared prominent lasting landmarks using trigonometry and geometry. It was done by a practicing geologist. The conclusion?:
"Overall the geometry of Robert Leiterman, Rowdy Kelley, and Steven Streufert’s survey is a perfect match with the photo taken by Rene Dahinden of the Patterson-Gimlin film site. It's nice to see some actual hard science being applied to the field. The survey was really well done. It made it fairly easy to get accurate numbers. Now all we need is the DNA project to prove these things are real. :-)"
|The "Big Tree" hiding in the new "jungle" of Bluff Creek.|
Photo by Steven Streufert, October 2011.
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This entry has below the next series of Season Two of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT VIDEOS, now up over sixty entries. Check them out, Videos 55-62.
Click the link above to view them all on YouTube in descending chronological order. Thanks to the BFRO for hosting it on their BFRO-VIDEOS account.
Now, on to our main feature. As luck would have it, a fellow wandered into my bookstore one day. He lives in a very woodsy area down in the redwoods, and his wife works there, so he has developed some interest in Bigfoot topics. It just also happened that he was a qualified Geologist, capable of doing mathematical analyses of terrain and locations. I told him about our Bluff Creek PGF project, and he was fascinated. Herein we will use his pseudonym for his last name, for privacy.
by Jamie Snowhorse
|Jamie Snowhorse who graciously did this|
proof for the sake of Bigfooting history.
|The PGF Site as it is today. Map by Robert Leiterman, based upon research|
and survey work by Streufert, Leiterman, Rowdy Kelley and Ian C.
Copyright. Research Purposes Only. CLICK TO ENLARGE.
|The 1971 Rene Dahinden "Aerial" Photo of the PGF Site.|
Length(camera angle°/90°)=Measured length on photo
With this equation, an approximation of the camera angle is derived. Therefore, if the actual length of line ΔV is 12.8 and the measured length is 3.7 then the approximation of the camera angle is about 26 degrees. This camera angle can then be used to find objects seen in the photo and objects documented in the survey. If the monument’s actual position corresponds with the measured position on the photo then the survey location and the photo location are a match.
|Proof Diagram 1: Camera Angle Comparison.|
CLICK TO ENLARGE AND READ.
|Proof Diagram 2: Landmark Comparison.|
CLICK TO ENLARGE AND READ
|Proof Diagram 3: Further Triangulation.|
CLICK TO ENLARGE AND READ
Jamie Snowhorse, email@example.com
Geology student at Humboldt State University, Participant in the US Antarctic program
"I'm a geology student at HSU. I Work for the US Antarctic program. I live in Orick and maintain a small network of trail cameras around the national park. I'm a geology and science enthusiast. I'm also a skeptic and freethinker. I could come up with more but I'd have to do some serious introspection..."
|Above, Leiterman's comparative marks on the Dahinden photo and the|
2011 Site Map. No, the red circles are not "blobsquatches."
|Rowdy, Film Producer, Adventurer, the most recent member|
of our group, whom we met when he was working for
Animal Planet during the local FINDING BIGFOOT filming.
|Me, you probably know me all too well.|
Bigfoot nerdiness started this PGF obsession, but
at least it came to something REAL in the end.
|Robert, State Parks Ranger in the Redwoods,|
long-suffering videographer and video editor, he is the one
who forced Ian and me to actually document this stuff.
The continuing drama of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT. This is Season Two, brand NEW. Back to the Creek Again! Here you will find the "Where did Bobo Walk? and Start of the Site Survey" episode. Part 56.
The continuing drama of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT. This is Season Two, brand NEW. Back to the Creek Again! Here you will find the "PGF Site Survey in Action" episode. Part 57.
The continuing drama of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT. This is Season Two, brand NEW. Back to the Creek Again! Here you will find the "Stomping Around in the Bluff Creek Jungle" episode. Part 58.
The continuing drama of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT. This is Season Two, brand NEW. Back to the Creek Again! Here you will find the "Dog Barks at Bigfoot while the Guys Analyze Trees and Cross the Axis" episode. Part 59.
This is Season Two, brand NEW. Back to the Creek Again! Here you will find the "Pacing the Grid Layout and Marking the Stumps and Debris Piles" episode. Part 61.
The continuing drama of the BLUFF CREEK FILM SITE PROJECT.
This is Season Two, brand NEW. Here you will find the "Marking the Grid, Big Trees, and There You Have It, Folks, The Patterson-Gimlin Film Site" episode. Part 62.
We'll be back in Summer 2012 with more, and probably More....