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Sasquatch Footprint Discovered Near Washington’s Mt. Rainier

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If the thermal image wasn’t enough to convince you that Sasquatch is roaming Washington, have a look at this impressive foot print photographed on Mount Rainier this past Sunday morning. The  find was made by Bigfoot enthusiast Jeff Stillman, who described the footprint as 15 to 16 inches long and 7 inches wide, with 5 clearly visible toe indentations.

The fresh impressions were discovered just below the tree line in an area that is known for it’s numerous Bigfoot sightings, and Stillman says that this was not his first run-in with the creature as this specific location.

“We camp and hike very often,” he told Frontiers Of Zoology, “…and since those sightings we’ve been paralleled on trails. Had pinecones thrown at us horizontally from outside of our campfire light. Heard many tree knocks with replies and heard whoops on one occasion. Puyallup is far too populated these days so we head to the Cascade Mountains.”

No other images of the footprints have been released, though Stillman says he will be back to the location again to continue his search for the creature. We’ll keep you posted.

What do you think of the impressive foot prints? Bigfoot? Or shoeless winter wanderer? Share your thoughts with us on Facebook, on twitter @WhoForted, or in the comments below!

Dana Matthews
Dana Newkirk is a co-creator and regular contributor to WF? 'Zine. Dana hosted the internationally syndicated television series The Girly Ghost Hunters, which originally aired on the Space Channel in Canada. It was pretty terrible. If you so choose, you can catch the reruns on Sunday mornings around 4:30am on channel 44. Her main interests lie within the genre of vintage fringe, though she has been known to stand awkwardly in the background of many Who Forted videos.
Dana Matthews

6 Comments

  1. Aimee

    11/26/2013 at 7:15 AM

    Footprints in snow aren’t very good evidence, unfortunately. When snow melts around a footprint, the print gets bigger, making a bigfoot-like shape. It’s fooled more than one person.

    • twas brillig

      12/01/2013 at 9:51 PM

      Exactly Rob, thank you! Also, to further this silly dismissive, assuming it is NOT a hoax, then who walks barefoot in snow (considering the toes)?

  2. Rob

    11/30/2013 at 1:00 PM

    Aimee…there’s a deer hoof print right next to it at the top of the picture to give you an idea of the ‘melt rate’ you are trying to dismiss this with. I’m going to say that print is not as big as a first glance would make people think, but that is still a big print compared to the hoof print, and its similar melt rate

  3. DAGGYWOOD

    12/01/2013 at 12:46 PM

    @Aimee. That’s a distortion of the truth. When snow melts and freezes up again; the print in question becomes much more distorted.

    There is a movie made in the 70′s called Mysterious Monsters. It was narrated by Peter Graves (you can find it on YouTube).

    Peter Byrne explains it the best about footprints in the snow.

  4. Tommy

    01/01/2014 at 8:25 PM

    This is so funny, if there is large primates in our forests wouldn’t they be busting at the seams just like we are? It takes thousands if not millions to keep a species healthy enough to thrive on this planet. Surely we would by now with so many sightings and prints have found a Bigfoot dead or a real DNA sample that’s proof that they’re walking the whole USA as people insist they are. I believe in extra terrestrial ufos that leave some kind of evidence, pictures, videos and people in our gov. That support that they’re real and visiting us. Unless bigft is with the ETS . It may be .

  5. believewithskepticism

    01/06/2014 at 11:51 PM

    Wouldn’t there be more than just one print??? Wouldn’t there be a TRAIL of footprints? Hmmm.

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