Steve Meacham discovered the tracks while out on a drive. Image Credit: YouTube / KREM 2 News
A Medical Lake man believes that he has photographed a set of footprints left by the legendary Sasquatch.
Retiree Steve Meacham and his wife had been driving through their neighborhood looking for nature scenes to photograph when they spotted something unusual in the snow - a set of large footprints, each measuring approximately 23 inches across with a 35-inch stride.
The couple attempted to follow the trail but had to turn back as the snow was too deep.
"I have no idea what could [have] made these, other than Bigfoot!" Meacham wrote on Facebook.
But could this really be evidence of a mysterious bipedal hominid or is there a simpler explanation ?
According to the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, it is possible that the footprints are the result of 'postholing' - which is when a hiker without snowshoes sinks in to the snow on each stride.
Meacham, however, remains unconvinced and is adamant that Bigfoot is out there.
"I'll be a believer until they prove he's not and I don't think that's ever going to happen," he said.
A news video showing photographs of the tracks can be viewed below.