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However, Patterson and Gimlin claimed that they sought various experts to examine the film.
Pat Mason, Glen Koelling, Bob Swanson and Vilma Radford claimed Patterson never repaid loans they made to him for a bigfoot movie Roger was planning.
Patterson and Gimlin by their tales were supposedly the only witnesses to their brief encounter with what they claimed was a Sasquatch.
) The film shows what Patterson and Gimlin claimed was a large, hairy bipedal apelike figure with short black hair covering most of its body, including the figure's prominent breasts.
* Heironimus says he was told by his brother Howard that Patterson claimed he manufactured the suit from a " real dark brown " horse hide.
Patterson claimed that Koko uses the word " nipple " to refer to humans because it sounds like " people ".
In later life he claimed to have met an elderly woman known as " Witch Patterson " at this time, who seduced him and first taught him how to practice magic, although later biographer Phil Baker has noted that there is " very little evidence " that she was ever a real figure, instead perhaps being a later fictional invention of his.
One day later an article was reported on SBS's The World Game website that Harry Kewell's manager, Bernie Mandic, had explained why an innovative proposal to bring the Socceroos star to the A-League failed at the final hurdle and that Mandic claimed that Football Federation Australia's head of corporate affairs and communications, Kyle Patterson, had made Kewell look like a greedy villain by misrepresenting the facts On 7 July, The Australian stated that there had been claims that Melbourne Victory and Sydney FC had signed him.
Patterson claimed the threats had been made by guards and militiamen while the defendants were in the Jackson County jail.
In 1954, Charles Patterson defended the poem and claimed, " The meaningfulness and range of the poem, along with its controlled execution and powerfully suggestive imagery, entitle it to a high place among Keats's great odes.
During the late 1980s and 1990s, the University of Georgia ( UGA ), coached by Suzanne Yoculan, and the University of Alabama, coached by Sarah Patterson, gained success and claimed several titles.
Appearing in the guise of the boorish, loud-mouthed and uncultured Patterson, Humphries claimed to be that club's own entertainments officer as he introduced the next act, Dame Edna Everage.
In later life, he claimed descent from a certain Ebenezer Patterson, who had been sent to Australia as a convict in the nineteenth century.
According to Gennifer Flowers's deposition in Jones v. Clinton, she claimed that Clinton told her to contact Larry Patterson or Roger Perry to communicate.
On one edition of the show, he claimed that Bret Hart indirectly admitted to him that Hart, Vince McMahon, and Pat Patterson were all in on the Montreal Screwjob.
Previously, McMahon started surrounding himself with an entourage consisting of himself, The Corporate Stooges ( Gerald Brisco and Pat Patterson ), Commissioner Slaughter and his personal enforcer The Big Boss Man to help him quell the rebellious actions of one Stone Cold Steve Austin, whom he claimed was not acting the way that a World Champion should be.

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When Nan Patterson, a stunning and money-minded chorus girl who had appeared in a Floradora road show, rode down Broadway in a hansom cab with her married lover, Frank Young, she stopped the cab to disclose that Young had been shot dead, tearfully insisting that he had shot himself although experts said he could not have done so.
Patterson ( 1995 ) has proposed a form of afterlife equivalent to a collective dream but concludes that the individual will still have subjective consciousness.
Both Patterson and Gimlin have consistently dismissed allegations that they had hoaxed the footage by filming a man wearing a costume.
Since the film was to be a pseudo-documentary Patterson and Gimlin would have needed actors.
Lacking a real cooperative bigfoot, Patterson and Gimlin would have needed a costume to present a reasonable representation of the creature supposedly encountered.
According to Grover Krantz years later, Patterson and Gimlin agreed they should have tried to shoot the creature, both for financial gain and to silence naysayers.
A few hours after the encounter, Patterson telephoned Donald Abbott, whom Krantz described as " the only scientist of any stature to have demonstrated any serious interest in the ( Bigfoot ) subject ," hoping he would help them search for the creature.
Others ( including primatologist John Napier, who published before Dahinden and Krantz ) have expressed a different opinion, contending it was " likely that Patterson would have used 24 frame / s " because it " is best suited to TV transmission ," while conceding that " this is entirely speculative.
Bob Heironimus claims to have been the figure depicted in the Patterson film, and his allegations are detailed in Long's book.
Long argues that the suit Morris says he sold to Patterson was the same suit Heironimus claims to have worn in the Patterson film.
Brian Doherty quotes Heinlein cites William Patterson, saying that best way to gain an understanding of Heinlein is as a " full-service iconoclast, the unique individual who decides that things do not have to be, and won't continue, as they are .” He says this vision is " at the heart of Heinlein, science fiction, libertarianism, and America.
The autocorrelation function corresponds to the distribution of vectors between atoms in the crystal ; thus, a crystal of N atoms in its unit cell may have N ( N-1 ) peaks in its Patterson function.
" Asked by Pattersonwho became Secretary of War a few months later – what he would do, Patton replied: " I would have you tell the Red Army where their border is, and give them a limited time to get back across.
Some scholars, such as Daniel W. Patterson and Roger Lee Hall, have compiled books of Shaker songs, and groups have been formed to sing the songs and perform the dances.
The UK bail, developed largely by Rex Patterson, was a six standing mobile shed with steps that the cow mounted, so the herdsman didn't have to bend so low.
Another Mantle homer, hit right-handed off Chuck Stobbs at Griffith Stadium in Washington, D. C. on April 17, 1953, was measured by Yankees traveling secretary Red Patterson ( hence the term " tape-measure home run ") to have traveled 565 feet ( 172 m ).
The April 25, 1988 issue of The New Yorker carried an interview with retired Air Force Reserve Major General and former US Senator from Arizona, Barry Goldwater, who said he repeatedly asked his friend General LeMay if he ( Goldwater ) might have access to the secret " Blue Room " at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, alleged by numerous Goldwater constituents to contain UFO evidence.
Audrey Patterson, the first African American woman to win an Olympic medal placed in third, although a finish photo discovered decades later indicates Shirley Strickland should have won the bronze.
Because of its proximity to Interstate 5 and the California Aqueduct some towns within this area, including Patterson and Newman, have experienced tremendous growth and are being transformed into bedroom communities for commuters from the nearby San Francisco Bay Area, while others ( including Westley and Crows Landing ) have been almost entirely overlooked by development and remain tiny farming communities.

Patterson and film
* 1967: Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin reported that on October 20 they had captured a purported Sasquatch on film at Bluff Creek, California.
The Patterson-Gimlin film ( also referred to as simply the Patterson film ) is a famous short motion picture of an unidentified subject the film makers purported to be a " Bigfoot ", that was supposedly filmed on October 20, 1967, by Roger Patterson ( February 14, 1926 – January 15, 1972 ) and Robert Gimlin ( October 18, 1931 ) on the Klamath River outside of Orleans, California.
The resulting film ( about 53 seconds long ) is initially quite shaky until Patterson gets about from the figure.
Shortly after glancing over its shoulder, the creature walks behind a grove of trees, reappears for a while after Patterson moved ten feet to a better vantage point, then fades into the trees again and is lost to view as the reel of film ran out.
Krantz writes that " Patterson had the film developed as soon as possible.
It was then incorporated as the centerpiece of the documentary film that Patterson had set out to make in the first place.
Patterson sold overlapping distribution rights for the film to several parties, which resulted in costly legal entanglements.
Though there was little scientific interest in the film, Patterson was still able to capitalize on it.
Patterson appeared on several popular talk shows to show the film and promote the documentary on Merv Griffin's program, with Krantz offering his analysis of the film, and also on Joey Bishop's talk show.
He would later report that he'd avoided publicity after Patterson and promoter Al DeAtley had broken their agreement to pay Gimlin a share of any profits generated by the film.
Krantz reports that " few years after the film was made, Patterson received a written letter from a man in Thailand who assured him a Sasquatch was being held in a Buddhist monastery.
One fact which complicates discussion of the Patterson film is that Patterson says he normally filmed at 24 frames per second, but in his haste to capture the Bigfoot on film, he did not note the camera's setting.

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