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History Channel: “Bigfoot: The Definitive Guide”

Submitted by on February 2, 2011 – 1:54 PM37 Comments | 4,971 views

History Channel will air a two hour documentary on the elusive Bigfoot tonight, February 2nd, 2011.

A team of top scientists come together with one goal to create the definitive guide to Bigfoot. Does the creature exist? And if it does where is it? And how can it survive without being detected? Using a new interactive map the team has plotted more than 10,000 Bigfoot type sightings from around the world. These sightings are of an unidentified creature which walks on two legs and is covered in a thick layer of hair. Many of theses sightings date back over 100 years. With their expert knowledge of the natural world they are able to dismiss nearly 90% of the sightings, but what emerges is a series of global hotspots that cannot be explained which indicate that something is out there. The team examines these global hotspots and searches for explanations including new theories that suggest we may have been looking for the wrong creature all along?

Airing tonight, so get your TiVos ready!

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  • http://www.ghosttheory.com Scott McMan

    Actually Huck, height was pretty well established in a documentary that came out either last year or the year before. That is when it was discovered that the camera lens was a lens that was not commonly used. Forgive me for my lack of detail. I’d have to look it up and I don’t remember the name of the documentary.

    Too busy right now.

    I do however contend that the chances of making such an advanced suit are astronomical. Not to mention getting everything to coordinate and move naturally. Yes, anything is possible but Somebody would have made out like a bandit designing for the POTA series of movies years in advance if that were the case.

  • hucksterfoot

    @Scott McMan
    You are talking about Bill Munns and his Munns report. That Patterson used 15mm film instead of the stock 25mm.
    Far from being established yet what lens Patterson had used – the stock 25mm, 15mm, or a 20mm.
    I think Munns will even admit to that. Plus, I think Munns is now working on the 20mm film being used theory, and has abandoned the 15mm, for now. He is experimenting with the same camera John Green used to film Jim McClarin.

    Not knowing exactly where Patterson was standing and what lens was used, still makes Patty’s height undetermined.

    The 6ft 5 Jim McClarin walk has Patty at times slightly shorter and at times slightly taller in some comparisons.

    Green had tried to establish Patty’s height at the Bluff Creek site when he filmed Jim McClarin some 8 months after the PGF.
    Munns is now testing with the his new Green camera, the same camera John Green said he used to film McClarin at Bluff Creek. Though, Now Munns thinks that Green’s recollection might be off and thinks Green might be mistaken about what camera he used to film McClarin. Munns is into the 20mm theory now. So stay tuned. :]

    I’m sure he’ll be on another MonsterQuest episode.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8csreQ5qYbo
    Munns at 25:17

    Speaking about MonsterQuest. Their Snelgrove lake episode had a very big oops in it. Claiming that the Snelgrove lake cabin was some 250 miles north of Canada’s capital – go to about 1:09
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_iTYP2mqkVM

    They did get the great wilderness area in Ontario part right. No doubt a Bigfoot might like it, and there is cabins farther north that truly are only float plane accessible. Jeffrey Meldrum should rent one and hang about two weeks or so …and not run and hide in the cabin when he thinks rocks are being tossed. :)

    The cabin owner also fails to mention Slate Falls First Nation which is just 10 miles or so away with an airport and a road that leads down to the lake. Plus Bigfoot must close bathroom doors after he trashes it. lol. :]

  • Hucksterfoot

    Sorry – I refereed to the 15mm and 20mm as film and a lens. lol
    Replace “film” with “lens”. :] Like I had refereed to the 25mm, 15mm, or a 20mm in my above post.

    Far from being established yet what lens Patterson had used – the stock 25mm, 15mm, or a 20mm.

    I was too busy watching Snelgrove Bigfoot. :]

  • terry the censor

    Glad Jeff “Two Vans” Gonzalez has moved on to Bigfoot. The UFO stuff seemed to baffle him. Fortunately there are no FAA rules for him to fabricate when studying primates.

    Good luck, Two Vans.

  • Sean

    I liked “Harry and the Hendersons”.

  • David R

    @Hucksterfoot
    “This reminds me of Henry Franzoni, and his so called “bell” he claimed to see dangling from Patty’s waste, and Murphy’s nipple.. lol”

    I don’t recall Henry ever claiming a bell. I’m pretty sure it was Chris Murphy that first saw it and then brought it to Cliff Crook who went public with it.

    ‘If’ there was really something there, what they never considered was that it was merely a form of adornment similar to the hair braiding that has been claimed. Of course it could have just been her Inter-dimensional Portal Remote Control too? :)

  • Hucksterfoot

    @David R
    You’re right, Chris Murphy was the one to find this artifact in his 35mm photographs.
    I think it was Franzoni who dubbed it the bell.
    “Murphy’s bell” sounds better anyways. :]
    …Then again, Cliff Crook was the one convinced (Murphy agreed) it was a real object, a man-made item, a fastener, and Crook made the clay model of this bell. So maybe it should be the “Crook Bell”

    Murphy in the end believed it might be something stuck in the hair. Could be Bigfoot Upchuck for all we know …Upchucked Duck.

    ‘If’ there was really something there, what they never considered was that it was merely a form of adornment similar to the hair braiding that has been claimed. Of course it could have just been her Inter-dimensional Portal Remote Control too? :)

    lol.
    Teleports out of danger, into a quiet secluded Elk lay … :]