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It's not a good costume at all. But Roger Patterson deliberately made it blurry to disguise the amateurishness of his ape suit.

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The Making of Bigfoot book. Both tragic and comical, a unique slice of Americana, The Making of Bigfoot captures the testimony of a colorful cast of characters who bring to life a man and a time in the 1960s when Bigfoot strode into the American imagination, and the world embraced a myth.

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In "The Making of Bigfoot: The Inside Story," (Prometheus Books) published in March, author Greg Long devoted a chapter to telling Morris' alleged connection to the famed Bigfoot film shot by Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin. The film, which has aired on TV specials, shows a grainy image supposedly of Sasquatch walking in a Northern California national forest in October 1967. Morris says the Patterson-Gimlin film depicts a man wearing a gorilla suit, which had been hand-sewn in the basement of his Kistler Avenue home.

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The book presents interviews with the alleged costume maker (even picturing an ad selling the costume) . What could have been, should have been seems to have gotten lost in the writings of Greg Long with "The Making of Bigfoot".

The book presents interviews with the alleged costume maker (even picturing an ad selling the costume), the alleged costume wearer and a score of others who swear that they know that Patterson made or had a costume. The only reason it deserves to be on anyone's book shelf is to show future would-be-debunkers how not to do it.

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Bigfoot Huge, hairy, foul smelling, this legendary apelike animal continues to captivate the public's imagination. This fascination hinges on a single piece of motion-picture film shot in northern California in 1967.

Bigfoot Huge, hairy, foul smelling, this legendary apelike animal continues to captivate the public's imagination. For thirty-five years, Bigfoot believers have been convinced that this sixty-second piece of film proves the physical reality of Bigfoot.

Comments: (7)
Balhala
True to all of the good reviews, Riveting and hard to put down. Tiny bits of drama maybe as well as speculations, but none the less , entertaining
Naril
I enjoyed the writing style of Mr. Long and am impressed with his investigative abilities. I've always been interested in Bigfoot and this book was a welcome addition to my collection.
Thoginn
I'm not really sure what to think about the Patterson film and as I am interested in this topic, I was hoping for an incisive, detailed look at the film and how it might have been made, hoax or otherwise. Unfortunately, this book is more the tale of a reporter piecing together anectdotal evidence about someone based on hearsay and opinion rather than an investigation into the making of the film.
I was prepared to welcome an expose of a hoax (should it be a hoax), but from the very start the introduction to the book presents the case for a hoax on the basis of something like "we don't believe in this film because we think Roger Patterson might have been able to fake it." That's not meant to be (and isn't) a quote from the book, just my emphasis on what I think the attitude of this book is. And that would be fine, but why not set out to prove it with facts? Instead, I'd say this book does little more than offer an opinion.
The central concept of this book revolves around the idea that Patterson faked the footage with a costume he either made or purchased and perhaps modified. The book presents interviews with the alleged costume maker (even picturing an ad selling the costume), the alleged costume wearer and a score of others who swear that they know that Patterson made or had a costume. Where is the costume and isn't the logical approach to show the reader something that really looks like something that Patterson showed us in the film? Seems like it should be fairly simple to do with all these people claiming inside knowledge of the hoax. (Some people Long interviewed don't even offer strong opinions, they just act suspicious, in Long's view!)
Maybe the latter could have been done, but the fact that it wasn't done by Mr. Long is a little troubling given his strong assertion of a hoax. It just seems that Mr. Long is only willing to go so far, and no farther, to make his hoax claim. Mr. Long, if there is a hoax, let's expose it! If not, well let's leave it at that.
Bob Mack, Indianapolis
Cordann
Well some may think me partial to the topic and of the mind to strike out against anyone who would attack something of special interest to me. That may be true so I have held off until I did purchase my copy through Amazon and did read it. Then I had to look at what was written, striking out the words Bigfoot and some of the people and places I know and know of, replacing it with any other topic. What I found seems right on the verge of being criminal. Criminal in how Greg Long acted, spoke to and of, wrote and now defends his methods and theory in the name of "critical-thinking". It reminded me of other logic streams I have witnessed in such groups as supremacists exhibit.
What could have been, should have been seems to have gotten lost in the writings of Greg Long with "The Making of Bigfoot". The only reason it deserves to be on anyone's book shelf is to show future would-be-debunkers how not to do it. Greg put in a lot of effort with this book but let his ego and bias taint everything he wrote about. It calls into question more on his own motive than that of Roger Patterson.
There is no science in it. There is no earth-shattering evidence presented. He shows us scraps of paper with no chain of custody. Only second hand information, conjecture and arguments, except for the documentation of what Greg and his wife consumed while driving to and from his interviews, that we get from first hand.
For all that he did (Greg) to produce this book, he undid it all with the last chapter. One is left with a feeling that he left the story unfinished and dramatized for something in the future.
I do not recommend for anyone to purchase this book but to seek it out in a library or as used if you feel that you should read it.
Greg misses one very important fact in all of this. The people who look for or claim to have seen, casted tracks of or filmed such a creature are held to a very high standard in producing evidence that science will look at. It begs the question why is this not so with all these so called "critical thinking" people as well?
Gtonydne
Greg Long has done an epic job in researching the life of Roger Patterson. I bought this book to get more information about the person who shot the famous "bigfoot" footage. As far as I had known, Patterson was an unknown, and in my thinking, happen to be in the right place at the right time to shoot this famous video clip. After finishing this book, the reader can know Roger Patterson as a liar, thief and a hoaxer. The book presents a strong case, that the patterson film is a hoax, and its backed up by dozens of interviews of people familiar with the life of Roger Patterson. The reader is very fortunate that Greg Long was able to interview these people before they died, and therefore present a unique account of Patteron's motives. I think this book getting a lot of 1 star reviews show a great bias and an agenda by people in the "big foot community". As for myself, I have no agenda. I was open minded, and wanted to look at all angles. I was actually surprised that the book is over 400 pages long, but even more surprised the author took 5 years of his life to interview and investigate this story. For that fact alone, Greg Long deserves a great deal of credit. As another reviewer has pointed out, the book is really 80% transcripts of interviews with many people from the past of Roger Patterson, hence this alone should take any bias out of the conclusions a reader would like to make.