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Man discovers mysterious footprints in remote Kentucky woodland


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It looks fake to me. :)

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1 hour ago, ouija ouija said:

It looks fake to me. :)

It does look a bit "carved from a plank" in its dimensions. 

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Would be nice to see the additional photos. It would also help if the gentlemen was able say how far he was able to trace the tracks. Maybe one of those fine BRFO folks could mobilize their behinds out there and look for hair or scat samples to test. You know, to try and help determine if there is something more to this story. That way it could eliminate the 'mystery' behind this story.

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31 minutes ago, Trelane said:

Would be nice to see the additional photos. It would also help if the gentlemen was able say how far he was able to trace the tracks. Maybe one of those fine BRFO folks could mobilize their behinds out there and look for hair or scat samples to test. You know, to try and help determine if there is something more to this story. That way it could eliminate the 'mystery' behind this story.

If he was following a trail in the woods for a couple of miles then it wasn't a difficult trail to follow so lots of other people would have probably been on the trail from time to time.  How does he even know the print was fresh?  It could have been somebody, probably a female that was getting her shoes all muddy and took them off.  Who knows.  He's a 6' 300 pounder.  I'm 6' weigh about 220 and also wear size 12.  My daughters boyfriend is 6'5" and weighs 315...and he is an athlete...so 6' and 300 pounds...why was he even in the woods to begin with?

 And I would imagine that lots of hunters criss cross that land looking for deer scat...not BF scat.  And we are talking about Kentucky so a big guy from KY says it don't make sense to him...well, a lot of things don't probably make no real good sense to him.  You just have to keep in mind though that it's Kentucky...just sayin'.

 

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It was a clown chimp...

 

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Was made by someone not wearing shoes? Isn't that, like, half the people in Kentucky?
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8 hours ago, Alchopwn said:

It does look a bit "carved from a plank" in its dimensions. 

It was made by something coming straight down. Not on the heel or toes and the arch is too pronounced.

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13 hours ago, Trelane said:

Would be nice to see the additional photos. It would also help if the gentlemen was able say how far he was able to trace the tracks. Maybe one of those fine BRFO folks could mobilize their behinds out there and look for hair or scat samples to test. You know, to try and help determine if there is something more to this story. That way it could eliminate the 'mystery' behind this story.

I think the BFRO is thinking GMAFB.

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Sigh,

My father won awards for his taxidermy work but it wasn't his profession in his hobby he made lots of gaffs,
A buddy of my dad's who knew this and happen to be some kind of forest worker asked dad could he make him fake feet to strap to boots to make prints to prank people, so dad made them out of wood and the tracks looked very much albeit bigger than the ones in this thread, they had no flex like a real foot has.
Being i took a look at the other pics the fellow presented and while it could have been his own foot if so he planted it straight down like a rubber stamp not heel to toe like creatures walk,
The area is well known and popular so why wouldn't I think a barefoot person would be walking around?
Idk, I think the tracks are fake that this is a hoax but I find it a rather sloppy one.

 

 

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On 6/11/2024 at 8:32 AM, ouija ouija said:

It looks fake to me. :)

me too. it looks too perfect, to evenly pressed in. 

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On 6/11/2024 at 6:40 PM, Piney said:

It was made by something coming straight down. Not on the heel or toes and the arch is too pronounced.

agreed. it looks fake

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On 6/11/2024 at 6:46 PM, Kenemet said:

Yup.  Fake. 

You couldn't walk on a foot like that.

agreed. 

I wonder how many more he found

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Just now, Earl.Of.Trumps said:

agreed. 

I wonder how many more he found

Just the one he made. 

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Do you know how many things in remote Kentucky are not wearing shoes? All of my cousins, just to name a few. It's going to take quite some time to get the exact match. 

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1 hour ago, Hyperionxvii said:

Do you know how many things in remote Kentucky are not wearing shoes? All of my cousins, just to name a few. It's going to take quite some time to get the exact match. 

Any of y'all old enough tor remember those 'shirts and shoes required' signs they used to put on stores? When was that, like the 70s? They only started putting those up in remote Kentucky in 2022 and they were so unpopular they had to take them down, there were no customers left! 

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1 hour ago, Hyperionxvii said:

Any of y'all old enough tor remember those 'shirts and shoes required' signs they used to put on stores? When was that, like the 70s? They only started putting those up in remote Kentucky in 2022 and they were so unpopular they had to take them down, there were no customers left! 

Yeah, in the 80s we would hit Daytona and new Smyrna beaches all the little stores near the sand would have such signs but never enforced it that I know of.

 

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