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    Photographed and cast by John Green and Rene' Dahinden on the Blue Creek Mountain Road in 1967, just over one month before the Patterson-Gimlin film was shot.

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John Green near Bluff Creek, CA... looking at large footprints in 1967. Bigfoot was here!

This is the Willow Creek plaster cast (taken by Al Hodgson from Bluff Creek, CA) that inspired the name "Bigfoot" in 1963. Members of a road crew had witnessed the creature while on the job.

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Photographer Roger Patterson compares his foot with cast in Los Angeles on Nov. 3, 1967 he says he made of California's Legendary "Bigfoot"monster after tracking it in forest country near Eureka, CA.

BIGFOOT also known as "Sasquatch," is the name given to an ape-like creature that cryptozoologists believe inhabits forests in the Pacific Northwest region of North America. Bigfoot is usually described as a large, hairy, bipedal humanoid. Generally, scientists discount the existence of Bigfoot due to the lack of physical evidence and the large number of creatures that would be necessary to maintain a breeding population.

The 'Patterson Bigfoot', this female Bigfoot was filmed in blk/wht in 1967 at Willow Creek, CA, off of Hwy 299

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The most Bigfoot sightings in the US are reported in Pierce county Washington, particularly in the area around Mt. Rainer.

Roger Patterson, holding cast bigfoot footprints

Cherokee call bigfoot, nun yunno wi or 'the stone man'. In this case, it should be stone woman, because this sasquatch clearly has breasts.