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Black premium weight 100% cotton certified organic TSPTR sweatshirt with water based ink print
On Oct. 20, 1967, Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin were riding along the banks of Bluff Creek, in Northern California’s Six Rivers National Forest when they filmed what looks to be a huge, hair-covered female ‘bigfoot’ walking into the frame from the left, glancing over its right shoulder, and continuing until it exits on the right.
The footage ignited a Bigfoot craze around the globe during the late 60s and is the most famous, most debated— but never definitively debunked—video capture of a supposed Bigfoot.
The dawn of the home video age in the late 1970s was a magical experience. The VCR became a bona fide extension of the Hollywood experience in the comfort of your own living room. Video stores were houses of wonder, in that innocent pre-internet age, there was simply no way to determine what many of these strange movies were, or where they had come from, nowhere more so than the Horror movie section. Low budget productions with lurid artwork on oversized boxes stared down from the top shelf, charging already frenzied imaginations with the nightmarish possibilities of what those forbidden films might hold in store. Many of the concepts of which had been drawn from popular culture itself and the strange tales that inhabit urban mythology in the zeitgeist.
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