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Report # 1180  (Class B)
Submitted by witness Guy Primo on Saturday, December 6, 1997.
Family discovers fresh footprints in the snow while cutting down a Christmas tree
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YEAR: 1989

SEASON: Winter

MONTH: December

STATE: Vermont

COUNTY: Lamoille County

LOCATION DETAILS: 20 miles south of Jay Peak off Rt. 100



OBSERVED: Foot prints in the snow. At least 6' feet, heal to toe. Something walked over a small tree that still had dead leaves on it. No leaves fell to the ground . I touched the tree and leaves fall to the ground. My hair stood on end.

ALSO NOTICED: My dog's hair was standing on end. She would not stop barking! What ever came through my land, we just missed it by minutes. The print were at least 12" to 14" in length about 6" wide. It was not snow shoes, or two rabbits my dog has never barked like this before!!

OTHER WITNESSES: Myself, wife, and two children and family dog . Went into woods to cut Christmas tree in 2' 6" of fresh snow .

ENVIRONMENT: Foot prints came up a ridge across the pond we were standing on and off in too a hemlock grove. In a (pine forest) at the end of my land No houses around for 10 miles to the north of this pond.

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