The famous 1967 footage of Bigfoot captured by Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin has been stabilized using AI technology, providing a clearer look at the humanoid beast.
The footage, which shows Bigfoot walking through Bluff Creek in California and turning back to look at the camera, has been frequently cited as definitive proof of the creature’s existence.
However, the stabilized footage has led to some viewers suggesting that Bigfoot may actually be a man in a gorilla suit.
Experts used AI and computer vision to stabilize viral footage of the Patterson-Gimlin Bigfoot Film from 1967. pic.twitter.com/5b8NYpBQ31— Rowan Cheung (@rowancheung) March 30, 2023
Despite this, the enthusiasm for tracking down the elusive beast remains strong among Bigfoot enthusiasts who have been searching for over fifty years.
Subscribe to Paranormality Magazine and get instant access to all our issues
as well as exclusive content.
Over the years, hundreds of images and videos have emerged claiming to show Bigfoot, but some have suggested that the most convincing evidence comes from a video by Josh Highcliff.
Shot in Florida, Highcliff’s footage shows a hairy figure sitting by a lake and has been widely praised as the “best” Bigfoot footage. Supporters of the video claim that it is 100 percent real and not CGI or edited.
While it remains to be seen whether the stabilized footage will dampen the enthusiasm of Bigfoot watchers, it is clear that the mystery of the forest-roaming creature has captured the imaginations of many for decades.
Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch in Canadian and American folklore, is said to be a large, hairy ape-like creature that roams the woods.
Despite the fact that most sightings turn out to be a person in a suit, the enthusiasm for tracking down the elusive beast does not seem to wane.