North American Wood Ape Conservancy
Friday, September 27, 2013 at 12:22 PM
“I’m sure that they exist.”
On this date eleven years ago, Jane Goodall sent shockwaves through the scientific community and the public at large with comments made during an NPR interview.
Goodall is considered one the 20 most influential living scientists.
You can hear the relevant portion of the interview, where she expresses her conviction that an undiscovered species of ape exists in North America, at this link: is.gd/CekH33 (above)
Dr. Jane Goodall Speaks About Bigfoot-PGF Normal Speed
Oct 7, 2006
Here’s the radio call-in show in which Dr. Jane Goodall has a little something to say about Bigfoot. Listen carefully to what Dr. Goodall says, she is one of the world’s leading authorities on primates.
Dr. Jane Goodall being interviewed by Ira Flatow, National Public Radio’s “Science Friday,” September 27, 2002.
The color copy of the Patterson Footage that I found on the ‘net obviously has something wrong with it. It plays too fast. I believe the originator of that video clip may have assumed that the film was shot in 24fps (instead of the 16fps that it was probably shot in), resulting in the video being played 1/3 faster than natural speed. This creates an unrealistic motion in the creature’s gait. I found that very annoying so I tried to fix it in this video. I included the MK Davis ‘walking with bigfoot’ enhancement footage, also.
Davis is a real disappointment and has done quite a bit more harm than good to the field.
Dr. Goodall, on the other hand, is a personal hero and exemplifies what it is to be a scientist and a field researcher. I would bet a million bucks that she could do the same with Sasquatch as she has done with gorillas.
The creature is absolutely real and people need to come to terms with that. It is not at all an exotic concept and is an everyday world-wide occurrence in the forests of this planet.