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Submitted by witness on Sunday, August 28, 2011.
Possible footprint found near Peoria
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COUNTY: Peoria County
LOCATION DETAILS: I prefer to keep location confidential as I do not want it published to protect the group of Sasquatch that live there.
OBSERVED: On August 14, 2011, I was walking through heavily wooded area and decided to walk along creek bed. I came upon what looked like a very large footprint. I could clearly see the entire outline of the foot, as well as 5 distinct toe prints. I did not have measuring tape but l took pictures and measured with pack of gum and a cigarette pack. If I have to guess the length and width I would say at least 17 inches long and at least 7 inches wide.
Had seen couple other prints on hillside but could not capture image well on my camera.
Shortly after I finished studying print and wondering what made it, I continued walking creek bottom. I heard movement and large branch being twisted. At that time I decided to get out of the woods. I go back often because I know that the group of Sasquatches are not gonna hurt me. They are trying to get my attention and are testing me.
ALSO NOTICED: Heard movement and branches being twisted on hillside after I photographed footprint.
OTHER WITNESSES: I was only witness and had been walking in woods for about half hour prior to finding print.
OTHER STORIES: None
TIME AND CONDITIONS: I found print in late morning or early afternoon 11:30 a.m. or 12:30 p.m. Weather was hot and sunny.
ENVIRONMENT: Heavily wooded area, very hilly, a lot of ravines, found at creek bottom.
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator Stan Courtney:
I met the witness on-site and we hiked the approximate area of the footprint find. It was a couple of weeks after her find.
In Summary regarding this report:
• The complete footprint was 17" long.
• It was 7" wide at the ball of the foot
• The toes were all plainly visible.
• The footprint was in a muddy area.
• Other smaller animals had stepped into the track later making it difficult to get a great picture.
The single left foot impression.
About BFRO Investigator Stan Courtney:
Stan Courtney has a special interest in wildlife audio recording. He has attended numerous BFRO Expeditions. See Stan's blog StanCourtney.com for recordings he has collected over the years.
Stan Courtney can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org