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The controversy peaked in 1997, on the thirtieth anniversary of the filming, when press accounts from around the world recycled this rumor without benefit of a personal interview with Chambers. Typical of the headlines is one that appeared in London's Sunday TeleFilm director Johll Lalldis, who is ill the graph for October 19, 1997: "H olSasqllatch sllit, alld John Cbombers (,ig/H) diU/ISS thei, 1972 Bigfoot movie, Schlock. " (Bob Rickard) The article reads in part: A piece of film, which for thirty years has been regarded as the most compelling evidence for the existence of Bigfoot, the North American "abominable snowman," is a hoax, according to new claims.
Fourteen-year-old Barney Lanyon-Jones, walking with his brothers by the River Fowey at the southern edge of the Moor, saw a strange-looking object bobbing in the river's current. Barney thought it was an oddly shaped rock until he pulled it out of the water and d iscovered that it was a large cat skull. Measuring about four inches wide and seven inches long, the skull was missing its lower jaw but possessed two sharp, prominent teeth that suggested a leopard. The story hit the national press on July 31, a well-timed counterpoint to the official denial of ABC evidence in Bodmin Moor.