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Sasquatch Watch Radio: Guest Bill Munns

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Join us Tuesday night October 22,2013 at 9pm eastern as we invite Bill Munns to the show.  Generally, Bill is described as a makeup artist, a "creature guy" (one who makes creature costumes for films and TV), a costume expert (although the general and popular meaning of "costume" is some type of tailored cloth apparel, and makeup artists usually don't do that, instead making body suits of rubber, resinous plastics, and fur materials). It was this professional background which first brought him to actively research the Patterson-Gimlin film, as he intended to apply his knowledge of fur costumes and "ape suits" to the debate about the film, because many people are of the opinion that what is seen in the film is a hoaxed event with a human wearing some kind of fur suit.
But he is also a world-champion wildlife artist, a museum exhibit model designer, a theme-park and entertainment robotics designer, a computer graphics professional with expertise in 3D visualizations (including archaeological visualizations of ancient architectures), a film-maker (with a fair amount of experience in 16mm film and editing), a fairly proficient photographer, an inventor (with one patent so far to his credit, for a character animation software system), and a person with a lifelong love of the natural sciences.
So the fact that his analysis effort on the PG film has expanded beyond the original goal, the issue of a possible fur suit and a hoax, and broadened to include more diverse areas of study, simply reflects the fact that his life and accomplishments as well have been over many diverse areas of education and accomplishment.