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 Post subject: Rodeo Rider Shows Films of Legendary ‘Sasquatch’
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Nevada State Journal
Sunday January 28, 1968
Rodeo Rider Shows Films of Legendary ‘Sasquatch’
Portland (UPI) – Roger Patterson, a former rodeo bareback rider from Yakima, Wash., exhibited films here Tuesday he said were of Northern California’s “Sasquatch,” or the American version of the Abominable Snowman. But in his case, Patterson said, the specimen probably was female.
Patterson said the jerky and out-of-focus footage was taken last October northeast of Eureka, Calif., by himself and Bob Gimlin while they were on a pack trip. He said that when the creature appeared, his horse reared. He described it as about 7 ½ feet tall and weighing about 500 pounds.
The animal, known in Northern California as “Bigfoot”, has been reported seen many times over the years but existence of such a creature has not been verified by scientific authorities. The Indian name “Sasquatch” goes deep into the legends of West Coast tribes from Vancouver, B.C., to the Northern California wilderness areas.
Patterson said he hoped to get an expedition together to hunt the creature this summer and hoped to capture one alive so it can be studied. He admitted his motion pictures met with some heavy skepticism but said two anthropologists, whom he said he is not at liberty to name, have expressed an interest in accompanying him on the proposed trip into the woods.

Caption under photo: American Version of the Abominable Snowman, the legendary “Sasquatch,” is reportedly the subject of this picture taken by former rodeo rider Roger Patterson in Northern California last October.


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