Analysis of the Patterson-Gimlin Film by Bill Munns - Bill is a specialized makeup artist who does prosthetic and special effects makeup, including creature body suits. He has 45 years of experience and is an authority in the field.
Our long time member Tirademan (R.I.P. Scott McClean) compiled this extensive archive of Sasquatch related newspaper articles and donated it to the BFF before his passing. The earliest articles in this collection are from 1818 in Florida, 1877 (Australia), 1884 (Canada) and 1764 (Europe).
Sorry to hear this, he was a good guy. Many years ago I talked to him on the phone. He spent probably an hour or so talking to me and going into more detail about his sighting near where I lived at the time. He gave up an hour of his time to talk to somebody he had never met or even heard of. Yep, a really good guy. The world of BF will miss him!
I know that it has been awhile since his passing and it seems wrong that not to many people knows who Bill was with in the Bigfoot world .But He ranks up there with all the rest who have gone before him as a pioneer in research. As Southernyahoo has mentioned he did invest a lot of his time and money in the making of his research vehicle. He had come up with some great ideas on setting up camera traps so that these creatures would not be able to hear the inner workings of them. He had ideas of coming up with ideas of hiding these trail cams with in a natural looking look so that it would not be notice or heard. So yes he will be missed. God Bless and Fair Winds Bill. May the truth now be known to you. My condolences to the family.
In my own opinion I just cannot see a relationship between electronic warfare and sightings of these creatures. The way I read it between electronic warfare is that they have to be looking for transmitting electronic signals in order for our equipment to stop it. So I can not see the two connected unless these creatures are using electromagnetic signals to communicate and our aircraft or our equipment are picking it up. Now knowing our equipment , they can be super sensitive so who knows. But then will this not also effect other creatures with in the forest as well? Also who knows what effects these electronics pose on Humans as well. I mean look at what took placed in Desert Storm. How the Iraqi soldiers just gave up their arms so easily by the thousands. Some thing took placed that made them surrender so quickly with out a fight.
Also why is it who ever created those nest never returned back to them? You figure that who ever built them took time to build them would return. Just like any other creature that builds a den or a nest does. So this is just odd. Anyhow glad that you are still around Hiflier.
Here's a pic of the camera box I am using, and can parallel several together for a group shot from different angles of the same event. When in a State or National Park, I can put apples on the table, and the trigger mat under the camp rug, and hope they take one, no takers that night though. FYI, I had hidden a camera in the camp grill nearby, and up in a tree @ 12' feet. Also, a better pic of the film canister.
Very careful about fire Cat for sure. Yep, the zombie blasters are the same as those dragon breath, and haven't really done much day stuff with the camera rig, even though the batteries are good for over a month, none in cameras, they run off the D's in the case. My usual set up includes one trigger mat, two cameras, and wiring, with a cost of around $400, plus another $850 for the audio if I wire it in too. I'm not rich enough to leave it unattended very long:)
Elk Trails. The State of Colorado Parks & Wildlife Department provides a Google Earth layers (KMZ Maps) for native wildlife. They include:
I want to point out that there are ZERO sightings outside of Elk habitat.
If we zoom in, notice that most sightings are very near an Elk trail or high concentration area.
Of Course you can "fly" around, zoom in and out, etc.
In addition to Elk data maps, the State also provides maps for Bighorn Sheep, Turkey, Black Bear, Quail, Grouse, Geese, Moose, Goat, Deer, Pronghorn, Mouse and other wildlife.
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