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Saturday, April 09, 2011


Three-Toed Print

This three-toed footprint was found between Chama and Dulce in New Mexico on October 26, 2010. We also saw a bright glowing light moving strangely in the sky to the West, most evenings, but we regrettably did not get any pictures.

--Randy randy.rockey@gmail.com

(This story is courtesy Rick at ParanormalBuffalo. Thanks dude)


Dale Drinnon said...

I see no scale on this supposed footprint but what I DO see is that there is what looks like a prominent heel mark from somebody's shoe in the upper right-hand "toe"-I suggest the "Track" is a fake made by somebody stomping down the ground into the desired shape.

Best Wishes, Dale D.

Phillip ODonnell said...

What are the dimensions of this footprint?