Bigfoot Track A, Grays Harbor Washington

Bigfoot Track A, Grays Harbor Washington

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There are 5 casts of Bigfoot tracks from Grays Harbor County, Washington.

The Bigfoot "Hereford prints" (sic: "Heryford prints"), also called the "Abbot Hill prints", were cast by Sheriff Dennis Hereford on April 22, 1982 (one source gives the date as "mid-1960s") in Grays Harbor County, Washington.

"Deputy Sheriff Denny Hereford was one of several officers investigating footprints found by loggers on the Satsop River, in Grays Harbor County, Washington, in April 1982. The subject strode from the forest across a logging landing, then doubling its stride, left a series of half-tracks on its return to the treeline. Note the indications of the fifth metatarsal and calcaneocuboid joint on the lateral margin of the cast. The proximal margin of the half-track approximates the position of the calcaneocuboid joint." - Jeff Meldrum

These prints capture the finest detail and will help you increase your knowledge about bigfoot. Prints measure approx. 15 inches long and 6 inches wide (38 x 18 cm). The detail is excellent.

The prints are documented in Appendix B of Bigfoot expert Loren Coleman's book: "Bigfoot: The True Story of Apes in America".

Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch, in Canadian folklore and American folklore, is an ape-like creature that inhabits the forests of North America. Evidence of Bigfoot's existence is based on a number of disputed short videos, photographs, visual sightings, casts of large footprints, etc.

Folklorists trace the figure of Bigfoot to a combination of factors and sources, including folklore surrounding the European wild man figure, folk belief among Native Americans and loggers, and a cultural increase in environmental concerns. Within the fringe subculture of cryptozoology Bigfoot is considered a cryptid, however the majority of mainstream scientists have historically discounted the existence of Bigfoot, considering it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax, rather than a living anima. But many people believe.

People claim to have seen Bigfoot, describing it as a large, hairy, muscular, bipedal ape-like creature, roughly 6–9 feet (1.8–2.7 m), covered in hair described as black, dark brown, or dark reddish.

The enormous footprints for which the creature is named are claimed to be as large as 24 inches (60 cm) long and 8 inches (20 cm) wide.


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