Roger Patterson incorporated the scene of the infamous Sasquatch walking across a river bank into a documentary. In 1968 he screened his movie, along with never distributed BBC footage, at local movie houses across the Northwest.
Claimed by some to be the best Bigfoot/Sasquatch footage other than the Patterson/Gimlin film. Watch it here on Cryptomundo! Read Post
California Drought Ignites 'Gold Fever' Bruce Meyer took a smoke break on the gravel bank of the scenic Bear River, deep in central California's Gold Country. He was wearing a wetsuit and bandana, and water dripped from his thick, g... Read Post
The "Big Reel One" film footage was bequeathed to Mike Rugg and the Bigfoot Discovery Museum in the spring of this year by the family of the person Roger had given it to before his death. This is the film that Roger and Al DeAtley u... Read Post