Course at a Glance

Course:
Bigfoot Studies: The Patterson-Gimlin Film
Date:
October 20
Location:
Online
Cost:
$35

Bigfoot Studies: The Patterson-Gimlin Film

43862

With Steven Saint Thomas, Journalist

On Oct. 20, 1967, rodeo rider/photographer Roger Patterson filmed the most iconic piece of Bigfoot evidence in history: a massive, ape-like figure walking nonchalantly upright through the woods near Bluff Creek. Was the so-called “Patterson-Gimlin film” early reality TV, or the hoax of the century? Using investigative journalism techniques, participants will survey the analysis of the film over the past 50-plus years, review first-hand sources, and put hoax theories to the test.

Wed., Oct. 20 • 1-3:30 p.m.

Online

$35 • Class #: 43862

Video will be available for this class.

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Steven Saint Thomas

Steven Saint Thomas

Steven Saint Thomas earned a journalism degree from Northwestern University and has been writing articles for newspapers and magazines for the past 30 years. His work has appeared in more than 65 publications, from Time Magazine and the Denver Post to the North Coast Journal.