at the tender age of ten, and now has almost 100 hours of film stored in his Ainsdale home.
Norman would take a cine-camera
up into the sky to record the amazing views over Nazi Germany - realising that one day they would become collectors items.
footage of his final moments were broadcast to TV screens across the world, together with his final radio message: "I'm going .
footage is the most startling evidence yet of the existence of Bigfoot - the Abominable Snowman's North American cousin.
operator also filmed the marchers from an Army helicopter overhead, capturing clouds of CG gas floating over the junction of William Street and Rossville Street, known locally as 'Aggro Corner', a traditional scene of conflict.
operator also filmed the marchers as they made their way along Rossville Street towards Free Derry Corner, where a rally was due to take place.
Despite living in the age of movies, television and early cine-cameras
, no moving images of the Welsh poet have been previously known to exist.