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Friday, August 31, 2012

LINK: Bigfoot Trackway Found in the Cotswolds of England

Bigfoot News | Bigfoot Lunch Club: Bigfoot Trackway Found in the ...
By Guy Edwards
The Cotswolds are a range of hills in southwestern and west-central England, an area 25 miles (40 km) across and 90 miles (145 km) long. The area has been designated as the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Recently a local ...


Cotswolds footprint next to a size 7 welly (boot)
“They went over some really rough ground but there was quite a distance between each print almost as if they where avoiding the really wet mud,” -- Melanie Aston, teacher and print witness

The Cotswolds are a range of hills in southwestern and west-central England, an area 25 miles (40 km) across and 90 miles (145 km) long. The area has been designated as the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Recently a local English paperm announced the discovery of a trackway that seemed to have very large steps and strides.

Read on...

1 comment:

Dan said...

Oh golly gosh, now where have I seen footprints like that before?

I remember, up in Yorkshire in March of this year! I even sent some photos of this most singular occurrence to Jon.

To my mind, this proves conclusively that a) Bigfoot don't like treading in mud, and b) that whatever made this was migratory.

I seem to remember seeing a very large, hairy ape-like thing with quite large feet at the Weird Weekend, so perhaps our Bigfoot was down in Devon visiting relatives, and is slowly heading back up north again. Sensible chap, the beer's better up here.