In October of 1967, Roger Patterson and his friend Bob Gimlin set out on horseback to Bluff Creek, California, where they would capture an 8mm film that would go down in history as the most compelling piece of evidence for the existence of Bigfoot ever captured. Just two weeks after the footage was shot, Canadian taxidermist Bob Titmus visited the site of the encounter to pour plaster in the giant footprints left by the mysterious creature.
The Traveling Museum of the Paranormal & Occult was able to acquire a mold of the legendary impression, cast from the original Titmus print.
Bluff Creek, California
Inactive / Historical