Today in Bigfoot History | 1999 | Patty’s “Zipper” Exposed

Posted by: Guy Edwards on January 11th, 2015

Bigfoot Lunch Club

Today, January 11, in 1999 the color plate of frame 352 from the Patterson/Gimlin film was carefully examined by imaging specialists at a color technology laboratory in Ventura, California. State-of-the-art scanners were used to magnify the image down to the color-point level.

All of this came about due to a press conference called by Cliff Cook and the supporting testimony of his associate Chris Murphy. Murphy claimed to have found a bell shape (aka zipper pull tab) within the grainy film image and even took the time to hand craft a pretzel-like, clay model of this bell shape.

This story was picked up in the Associated Press and The Oregonian Newspaper. Read what they had to say about the “zipper” at Bigfoot Lunch Club.

Guy Edwards About Guy Edwards
Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic. Guy Edwards is host of the Portland, OR event HopsSquatch.com.


3 Responses to “Today in Bigfoot History | 1999 | Patty’s “Zipper” Exposed”

  1. springheeledjack responds:

    And that would be the dumbest thing ever…except nowadays even dumber articles pop up about twice a week…

  2. cryptokellie responds:

    Well , matted animal fur would be pretty much like a Rorschach test and whatever you’re looking for will probably become visible after staring for a while. Looks to me like a trilobite…

  3. Goodfoot responds:

    Shouldn’t we expect a “monkey suit” to make the hoaxer donning it look like a monkey, and not a Sasquatch? Would a monkey in a Sasquatch suit look like a human?

    And a zipper pull in that location makes no sense whatsoever.




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