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Man says the footprints he found aren't human

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papageorge1

Same type stories again and again.

Papameter: 50% Cryptid   50% Other/Hoax

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Hammerclaw

If I see a track like that, I go in another direction. Probably a momma bear followed by at least one half grown cub.

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Robotic Jew

It's a banana.

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Scholar4Truth

It looks like a Bear footprint. 

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the13bats

No...oh no no no, it just can't be a bear or any known creature jezz people don't you know a bigfoot track when you see one??? :rolleyes:

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Earl.Of.Trumps

I couldn't see it clearly. I hope he gets plaster prints made. Let some people that know about these things look at it.

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Earl.Of.Trumps

Point of interest, re bears:

An average weight for a male brown bear is 500 lbs., with a large male bear weighing up to 800 lbs. Brown bear front tracks are between 6 and 8 inches long -- a 6- to 7-inch front track would likely represent a 400 to 500-lb. bear, while an 8-inch front track would indicate a 700 to 800-lb. animal.

So the largest bear track we can expect is 8 inches, these were 13 inches long. Hammer says that bears step into each other's tracks. this is why this guy should get someone - an expert, in there to figure this out.

Also, bears have the middle toe as their largest - not so in the pic, not that I saw anyway. I also saw no claw marks. Don't seem to be a bear. 

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Hankenhunter

Whatever it is, it has a bunion and curled toes from wearing flip flops. :rolleyes:

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Hammerclaw

One common theme in all these sorts of tales with tracks is no one has the sense to get a good tracking dog and see what they lead to.Ive seen lots of bear tracks with no claw marks visible being the first part of a track to disappear in soft damp earth or clay. Trodden over like these are doesn't help.

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MissJatti

Why isn't the wildlife authority not been contacted about it

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Resume

Well, he's correct, bear tracks are not human.

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Piney
1 hour ago, Hammerclaw said:

The Appalachian forest has been logged, clear cut stripped mined and fought over in wars for centuries. It's been inhabited by Native Americans far longer, then occupied by Scotch-Irish immigrants, who've roamed those woods hunting and trapping since the mid 1700s. In all that time, no one has nailed a Bigfoot hide to a cabin wall. 

Before the Black Helicopters took the bodies away you had the Black Buckboards driven by the Men in Black Buckskin. :unsure2:

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Matt221

Link didn't work again any way it was a bloke who makes bigfoot prints with molds he straps on his shoes

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c*** up

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Seti42

13-14 inches isn't out of the realm of human-sized. eg: most of the NBA.

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Hammerclaw
1 hour ago, Piney said:

Before the Black Helicopters took the bodies away you had the Black Buckboards driven by the Men in Black Buckskin. :unsure2:

Yeah, but then the Amish moved on to the Midwest to get away from all of them English and took up farming.

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Iilaa'mpuul'xem
10 hours ago, Manwon Lender said:

I totally agree those tracks aren't Human!!:w00t:

Then we are all agreed... Its Bigfoot :whistle:

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Hammerclaw
9 minutes ago, Iilaa'mpuul'xem said:

Then we are all agreed... Its Bigfoot :whistle:

Caught in the act.

Joe-Biden-Making-Fake-Bigfoot-Prints--11

 

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Free99

Not human? You haven't seen my brother in-laws foot LOL 15EEEE

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docyabut2

ever read the mystery of the museums? they found out they are footprints of a animal  not big foots or ect ect

 

th?id=OIP.mLJw6PsMSH4HZgNfN3yNuQAAAA&pid sloth-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_sloth

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openozy
39 minutes ago, docyabut2 said:

ever read the mystery of the museums? they found out they are footprints of a animal  not big foots or ect ect

 

th?id=OIP.mLJw6PsMSH4HZgNfN3yNuQAAAA&pid sloth-https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_sloth

 More likely an extinct animal than a fantasy ape.

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docyabut2
4 minutes ago, openozy said:

 More likely an extinct animal than a fantasy ape.

there are so many hoaxes of a big foot or ect ect :)

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