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Roger Patterson (1968 – February 12, 1991) was an American bass player, well known for his work in the Florida death metal band Atheist. His playing style is characterized by its speed...

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  • Bigfoot Evidence: We've Been Waiting For Cliff Barackman To ....

      Blog Source: bigfootevidence.blogspot.com | 12 months ago
    At approximately 1:30PM, Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin begin filming a hairy bipedal subject walking away from them, up Bluff Creek. 59.5 seconds later (assuming 16 FPS film speed), the role of film runs out. Gimlin pursues the film subject ...
  • Bigfoot Evidence: Bill Munns Probably Has The Best Copy of ...

      Blog Source: bigfootevidence.blogspot.com | 1 year ago
    A few years ago, National Geographic ran a special Bigfoot documentary featuring creature FX expert Bill Munns, who had the privilege to restore and analyze Roger Patterson's film footage from 1967. The result of his restoration of the PG film ...
  • Delta council pushes forward with canal and questionable ...

      Blog Source: blogs.alternet.org | over 3 years ago
    The Panel consisted of Roger Patterson (Metropolitan Water District), Carl Wilcox (California Department of Fish and Game), Bill Bennett (UC Davis), Gary Bobker (The Bay Institute), and Leo Winternitz (The Nature Conservancy). ...
  • New Bigfoot Video: Blurriest One Yet? – LiveScience.com | ...

      Blog Source: www.toptentweets.info | over 3 years ago
    The most famous recording of an alleged Bigfoot is the short film taken in 1967 by Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin. Shot in Bluff Creek, Calif., it shows a dark, humanlike creature striding through a clearing. ...
  • Choose your words carefully — Restore The Delta

      Blog Source: restorethedelta.org | over 3 years ago
    The Panel consisted of Roger Patterson (Metropolitan Water District), Carl Wilcox (California Department of Fish and Game), Bill Bennett (UC Davis), Gary Bobker (The Bay Institute), and Leo Winternitz (The Nature Conservancy). ...
  • The High Life - NYTimes.com

      Blog Source: tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com | over 3 years ago
    The footprint casts — taken nearby at Bluff Creek, the site of Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin's famous 1967 film, whose footage of a shaggy creature is proof to believers in Bigfoot lore — were not enormously convincing. ...
  • What is Science?

      Blog Source: www.stupiddinosaurlies.org | over 3 years ago
    The other day, The Sensuous Curmudgeon gave out an article that reviews some parts of an article Roger Patterson of AiG have published as part of their [sic] Evolution Exposed series to explain one important question: What is Science? ...
  • Is this big foot? New video emerges of 'ape man' | ...

      Blog Source: waronyou.com | over 3 years ago
    The most celebrated instance was the Patterson-Gimlin film shot by Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin in northern California in 1967, around the time that the original Planet of the Apes was released. The film's director John Landis ...
  • Bigfoot | Google Trends | Top Trends

      Blog Source: www.atomicfeedback.com | over 3 years ago
    Frame 352 from the Patterson-Gimlin film, alleged by Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin to show a cryptid called Bigfoot, and by some others to show a man in an ape suit.1. Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, is purportedly an ape-like ...


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