Tuesday, January 03, 2006

Stabilized Patterson Footage

Now, we have all seen the famous Roger Patterson/Bob Gimlin Bigfoot video before. The grainy, shaky video is ingrained in most people's minds when they think of Bigfoot.

The video's authenticity has been in question since it was filmed in 1967. Since then it has been featured in just about any and every TV show about the creature.

What some of you may not have seen is a stabilized version of the footage.

In this version, each frame is meticulously compared to the last and lined up. When it is played back the camera shake is accounted for and the main part of the image is stable. There is also another movie on the page that repeats and zooms in on a few key frames of the footage.

Now, I don't want to bring up the old debate of whether or not this footage was of a real, unidentified primate or just a guy in a suit. I do think this stabilized video was pretty interesting though, and worth a mention.

So, sit back and enjoy this update on a piece of Bigfoot history.

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