Philip Morris Debunks Bigfoot!

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on November 6th, 2012

It’s amazing that Morris still can’t re-create the suit that he sold Patterson, even though he immediately recognized his “suit” when he first saw the Patterson/Gimlin film!

He is now even doing public lectures debunking Bigfoot!

Watch the below video from the Travel Channel series Making Monsters where he has another creature maker re-create a Bigfoot costume for him…

Below are videos featuring Morris’ original attemp to re-create the Patterson/Gimlin “suit”.

Part 2 does not allow embedding, watch here: The Truth Series: AP – Bigfoot (Part 2)

About Craig Woolheater
Co-founder of Cryptomundo in 2005. I have appeared in or contributed to the following TV programs, documentaries and films: OLN's Mysterious Encounters: "Caddo Critter", Southern Fried Bigfoot, Travel Channel's Weird Travels: "Bigfoot", History Channel's MonsterQuest: "Swamp Stalker", The Wild Man of the Navidad, Destination America's Monsters and Mysteries in America: Texas Terror - Lake Worth Monster, Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot: Return to Boggy Creek and Beast of the Bayou.

12 Responses to “Philip Morris Debunks Bigfoot!”

  1. PoeticsOfBigfoot responds:

    So wait a minute. I don’t have time to watch all the clips above. Is there anywhere in them that someone puts on a suit and walks through the woods?

  2. Ploughboy responds:

    Poetics….errrr, no. That is 3:39 seconds of your life that you could better spend, IMHO.

    Classic hoax of a hoax. If these clowns were subjected to even half the scrutiny the P/G film has received in the last 45 years…..well, that won’t happen, we know. When Bigfoot is scientifically confirmed, the species’ first job will be to lawyer up and see about all of those back royalties and misappropriation-of-likeness-for-commercial-gain claims.

    (Meanwhile, somewhere in the world, the truth is still lacing up its shoes.)

  3. chewbaccalacca responds:

    I’m curious, does anybody know whether any of these self-proclaimed hoaxers have ever submitted to a polygraph? (or have even been asked, for that matter?) That would be very interesting to know.

  4. Goodfoot responds:

    Ploughboy: Wow Great, thanks.

    Morris hasn’t even done a decent job of attention-seeking, and he clearly can’t replicate what he claims was his work, even with 45+ years of technological advancement. What a maroon!!

  5. Kjak75 responds:

    I don’t understand how people can believe this nonsense. Bigfoot is only in America, please someone tell that to the Yowies, Yeti etc. I bet they didn’t even use technologies available at the time of the PG film. It is odd that the hoaxer recreate his alleged costume himself.

    And lastly what makes people think that, if the PG film were disproved that Bigfoot would be proven a hoax? Do they think this costume is still being used around the world, i don’t understand.

    To me, it would be like saying i filmed a wooden decoy duck, so therefore all duck sightings are hoaxes.

  6. DWA responds:

    I got a fun idea for all you Seekers of Truth who glom onto every freak show like this In The Hopes Your World Will Be Transformed By Proof.


    Both of Bindernagel’s books, and Meldrum’s, and J.Robert Alley’s “Raincoast Sasquatch,” and Meldrum’s ichnotaxonomy paper, and every report on both and, at a minimum, are Sasquatch 001. You should read some Krantz, too. And John Green’s database (although many reports from that are written up by Bindernagel).


    Read ’em. Just read. I can even give you tips if you want.

    Those sites are evidence linchpins. Read the accounts there, and you know the way to bet on this question. And you’re not always wondering day to day whether Patty will finally dump you.

  7. BukitTimahMonkeyMan responds:

    Seriously?Its been 45 years and Morris still can’t recreate the so-called “suit”?Yeah right.Its obvious he’s only trying to become rich and famous.Further more,he actually has the nerve to go around debunking Bigfoot!

  8. DWA responds:


    “To me, it would be like saying i filmed a wooden decoy duck, so therefore all duck sightings are hoaxes.”

    You might be surprised that a lot of people don’t get that logic. They’ll tell you: but, ducks are proven; we know they exist.

    Well, at least you and I know that’s irrelevant.

    If the sasquatch is real, it’s as real as Swiss Cheese, as real as Reese Witherspoon and Barack Obama, right now, not on the day we confirm it. So, the hoaxes are not evidence, of anything but silly people. They don’t count. Toss them. There are way too many reports by way too many people of something that doesn’t sound like anything you see on YouTube. If one is conversant with the evidence, one knows this: the hoaxes are all over there….and the serious stuff is all over here.

    And there’s a lot more latter than there is former. A bigfoot hoax is to a bigfoot as two kids in a zebra costume are to a zebra, as a wooden decoy is to a wood duck in flight. Period. Read up, and I’ve said what to read above, and one knows this.

    “Do they think this costume is still being used around the world, i don’t understand.”

    You shouldn’t. This costume was used once, for one film of about a minute.

    And no one thinks that that is just a little bit funny? Particularly given that that was the first bigfoot film ever, and we haven’t seen anything since anything like it? No one can copy it and it is right there?

    If you don’t think that is funny, I think you are, more than a bit.

  9. Goodfoot responds:

    DWA: I’d add Thom Powell’s superb, The Locals to that list. Just me.

  10. Alamo responds:

    Hey Chewie,

    Heironimus on the polygraph here:

    Problem is his legs are not big enough (maybe Akebono was the guy in the suit, no need to make boobs even) and his walk is not right either (he looks with his head, not his body).

  11. Alamo responds:

    Farmer John and a skeptic are standing in a field. Farmer John feels something cold and wet hit his cheek.

    John: “I reckon it’s raining”

    Skeptic: “I cannot accept your highly subjective and anecdotal testimony.”

    John feels a couple more drops: “Yep, sure enough… coming down now”

    Skeptic checks the rain gauge (which is still bone dry): “My instruments do not support that conclusion.”

    John: “Gonna be pouring here in a minute.”

    Skeptic checks the rain gauge again (there’s a little moisture on the inside): “I cannot detect a statistically significant level of precipitation at this time.”

    John: “I’m going in before I catch my death…”

    Skeptic looks at the rain gauge, which now contains a millimeter of fluid: “It’s starting to rain… however, your assertion that life functions may cease due to exposure to minimal amounts precipitation are not supported by science… John? John?”

  12. HeIsReal responds:

    Has anyone else noticed how Heironimus acted so extremely relieved and suprised at the end of the polygraph when he heard the results.. To me it was as if he had worried himself sick that he was gonna get caught up in his big lie. His actions seemed more like someone who just got a not-guilty verdict when they were guilty as hell and knew they were gonna get life. Actually a lot more than a man who was worried that the test would show them lying when really they were being truthful.

    In my opinion the evidence of Patty being a real living breathing unknown species is way more overwhelming than his claims. This man did not wear a suit as he claims because of all the compelling evidence now found with technology. Here is a link to a short video that doesn’t even need that technology that shows how Bob could not have been the costumed creature walking around out there that day. This video is just one of many examples supporting a real Sas at Bluff Creek.

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