Steven Streufert has posted a series of videos about their "Winter Adventures" at the Patterson-Gimlin film site. For noobs, this is the place where "Patty", the female Bigfoot, was filmed in October 20, 1967. It was here that Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin filmed the legendary apewoman of North America as it walked away, briefly looking back. Almost half a century later, a special team of Bigfoot investigators is set out to answer the question: Are there any Bigfoots still in the area? That's what the "The Bluff Creek Camera Project" is about and our old friend Steven has the scoop:
Winter Adventure Series Part # 1 of # 2. Bigfoot Field Researchers Kipp Morrill and Robert Leiterman attempt to reach the P.G. Film Site before the Thanksgiving Holiday. Every October / November researchers, hunters and outdoor enthusiasts try to squeeze in one last visit into the Bluff Creek Country of Six Rivers National Forest before the heavy winter rains and snows beat them back. Winter conditions are give and take. The snow and mud may restrict travel but it also provides a canvas for animal sign. Due to the rugged conditions and isolated terrain of the P.G. Film Site, travel to and from, with the right frame of mind, can be a rewarding challenge.