Professor Mitchel Townsend was walking in the woods near Ryan Lake in East Lewis County, Washington when he found a stack of bones.Alone, the bones would not have been an unusual find.
The evidence gathered from the two additional sites discovered by his students provided a clearer picture of the creature behind the marks and unusual behavior.
They found footprints approximately sixteen inches in length and, based on the proportions and distance between them, estimated the creature’s height to be just under nine feet tall.
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Its enormous footprints are claimed to be as large as 24 inches long.
The organizer, John Bruner, is a local expert on Bigfoot and chronicles sightings from across the country.
Stop by Mr Bob's Donuts (60 South Main) for fresh "Bigfoot Droppings" delights!
It will pair nicely with Bigfoot Trax ice cream at Artesana Ice Cream (76 South Main).
Refinery 13 Taproom (13 North Main) will have souvenir pint glasses with Sierra Nevada's Bigfoot Barleywine Style Ale on tap, as well as several Boojum beers.
Try the Blue Ridge Beast special craft beer at Mica Brewing (25 Brown Drive near Main).
Further investigation revealed there were no other predator impressions on the specimens and no traces of tool marks that would indicate someone had manufactured them.