I was recently sent a series of three photos of what just might be a bigfoot track. The area they were found in is pretty remote. The tracks were found and photographed by Tony Felosi. Some of you may know or have heard of Tony, he is a paranormal investigator here in my area.
I've gotten to know Tony over the last several month and he would not have sent this to me unless he thought it had the potential to be a real bigfoot track.
This track was found about 2 months ago and it appears it has washed out quite a bit before being discovered. The track appeared to cross over the normal pathway. You would think that a person would walk along the pathway and not just have a random crossing of it. In the picture below is a close up of what appears to be toes.
The over all length of the track was between 14-16 inches, according to Tony. There were possible other tracks but this was the clearest one. I'm guessing the rain washed the others out even more. The track was found in Harlan county Kentucky.
A little before this track was found, our area had a pretty good outbreak of forest fires. We think that these fires may have potentially caused the bigfoot to enter into this particular area, but that is just us guessing about it.
In the end, we can not say for sure what actually made the track, but it does appear to be a human shaped foot track found in an out of the way area. If this track had been discovered sooner, before it deteriorated, we could probably come to a better overall conclusion.
There is some hope that we might get to go to this area soon and check it out.
A special thanks to Tony for contacting me with the photos and for allowing us to share them.
This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.
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