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Saturday, November 6, 2021

Looking For Bigfoot Tracks

I recently took a much-needed hike and research trip here in my little corner of Kentucky. As some of you may know, I have had an injured knee and have not been able to get out. The knee is feeling much better, but still not 100 percent, so I wanted to get into some areas I had not been in for several months.

One of my stops was at the lake. This time of year the water is lower and the coves are almost nothing but mud. This particular lake has a huge amount of forest area surrounding it and very few houses.

Another thing about this time of year is that the temperatures are much cool, in fact, it was downright cold on this morning, but that makes for some good hiking/exploring.

The trees are very colorful right now and make for some beautiful scenery. So, as I'm hiking into the area I'm really enjoying it. The knee is feeling alright, the sun is out and the lake cove should provide plenty of mud for me to look for tracks, especially bigfoot tracks.

I get down to the shoreline and take several pictures. I then head over to a smaller cove to look for tracks.

What follows is a short video of me exploring the area for tracks.

I hope you enjoyed the video, it is a shame that the day ended on a sour note but there is not a lot a person can do about these types of things. It was probably better that I didn't catch the person or person who broke into my truck as it might have gone really bad. As quick as I could see the side of the truck I could see it had been broken into. I didn't get all mad and upset ....that was not going to magically make the widow go back together or the stolen stuff reappear. It did make for a cold ride back home but I just blasted the heater. I also thought that it could have been much worse. They did leave my gospel CDs, my bible, and my old sweaty towel. What is kind of funny is they stole a big hand full of restaurant napkins and a bag of about 3-year-old fruit lifesavers out of my glove box.

On a side note, I did call the local sheriff's office and alert them to the crime. I did not file any kind of report as I will not be turning it in on insurance or anything. I will just have to buy the stuff back and fix it. I also want the authorities to beware so they could monitor the area and hopefully stop this from happening to anyone else. 

Anyways, it is what it is ...just another expense added to the list. I just hope it doesn't happen again or at least for a long time. Overall I did enjoy my day and my knee held up pretty good. 



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 of experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and a poet.



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