Patterson/Gimlin Film "Bluff Creek" or "Patty" Bigfoot Cast / Patterson Bigfoot print replica 1967
Here is the footprint that started it all! Available now is the famous "Bluff Creek" (or "Patty") footprint cast. The Patterson print was made after Roger Patterson filmed his famous Bigfoot video in October 1967 in the Bluff Creek sandbar. This cast is 14 1/2 inches long and 7 inches wide.
Meldrum: "Patterson-Gimlin Film Subject. On October 20, 1967, Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin claimed to have captured on film a female Bigfoot retreating across a loamy sandbar on Bluff Creek, in northern California. The film provides a view of the plantar surface of the subject's foot, as well as several unobstructed views of step cycles. In addition to a prominent elongated heel, a midtarsal break is apparent during midstance and considerable flexion of the midtarsus can be seen during the swing phase. The subject left a long series of deeply impressed footprints. Patterson cast single examples of a right and a left footprint. The next day the site was visited by Robert Laverty, a timber management assistant, and his sales crew. He took several photographs including one of a footprint exhibiting a pronounced pressure ridge in the midtarsal region. This same footprint, along with nine others in a series, was cast two weeks later by Bob Titmus, a Canadian taxidermist."
Our Bigfoot casts have been featured on several TV programs and museum exhibits including Ripley's Believe it or Not! and numerous Bigfoot museums, Bigfoot documentaries, and television shows.
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"I received the tracks today and they are in great shape! I appreciate your making them and packing them safely."
On October 20th, 1967, Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin emerged from a forest in Northern California with 59 seconds of grainy, shaky, silent 16mm film that offered documentary evidence of the existence of the Sasquatch, a creature of Native American folklore. Although neither Patterson nor Gimlin had any previous experience in filmmaking or zoology, they presented their remarkable footage as the first motion picture evidence to confirm the existence of the elusive Sasquatch.