Thursday, July 19, 2012

Brand Spanking New Photos Of Bigfoot Tracks From Salt Fork, Ohio [Hotspot]

Salt Fork, April 2012
Dr. Russ Jones, Mark Maisel, Darren Pevarnik

These giant footprints tells us Ohio is definitely a squatchy place right now. We have three different tracks-- Two found by three BFRO researchers and another by a fisherman name Matthew Jenkins.

The photo above is a 14 1/2 inch print found during a BFRO expedition in April. The location seems to be a real hotspot and two juvenile prints were also found nearby. Dr. Russ Jones was in charge of the expedition and he took the following close up shot of the toes. Apparently, Dr. John Bindernagel showed up at Salt Fork the following weekend and he was "very impressed" with the prints. Dr. Jones believes the prints show some evidence of dynamic toe movement.

"We get a lot of reports so we have the advantage of being able to go to very fresh/active locations and it is still shocking to get to find evidence.These animals are so crafty and illusive that they just dont leave much behind to find. Add to that the fact their are so few animals in any one general area it really is a challenge to come up with something," Jones wrote in an email to Bigfoot Evidence.

"Mark Maisel, Darren Pevarnik, and myself were actually out at night, before the expedition, and had went to an area on the backside of the park where we had heard a wood knock and whoop previously when we had been up there for the filming of "Finding Bigfoot". There are places in the park where when they created the lake that roads were put underwater. We believe they travel this old submerged road bed in and out of the park some. It's only a couple of feet underwater."

Close up of the toes from the 14 1/2 inch print
Here's a photo of one juvenile print that Dr. Jone's team discovered near the site of the large foot print. The researchers agreed that it was the most interesting print found in the area:



The giant foot print below was discovered by one of Matt Moneymaker's follower on Twitter named Matthew Jenkins. According to Jenkins, they found the print during a fishing trip in Coshocton County, Ohio's Woodbury Wildlife Area last Saturday (July 14th, 2012).



39 comments:

  1. I think I can see a midtarsel brake.

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    1. you're right...seven toes on that last bad boy

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    2. I see dead people...on this page. Barely alive, at least.

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  3. The photo at the very top looks legit.

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  4. Just a quick question, How can you tell the difference from a bear track and a supposed bigfoot track. Don't have any experience with tracks and was wondering can the two get confused? Thanks

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    1. Yes bear tracks get confused for Bigfoot tracks due to the Fact that a bear steps into its tracks,Cliff B of the Finding Bigfoot team has confirmed this. Ask yourself this question: Why would the most elusive being on the planet be in a State Park full of people? I just don't think it makes séance for there to be a population of Sasquatch living near so many people. Just my opinion but it does keep the visitors coming and helps support the park if anything. Tracks are to shallow for a 5 to 600 lb biped and why is there do many toes?

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    2. Because he likes to steal the pick-a-nic baskets from those pesky humans!

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    3. You just answered your own question dude " it does keep the visitors coming and helps support the park". not buying these tracks.

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  5. Funny. Overzealous believer says "dynamic toe movement" while a realist states the obvious- "there are seven toes"

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    1. Exactly! Ignore what doesn't support the belief, eh? Yeah, and also, ignore the tape measure that seems to suggest that the foot is barely 12 inches long, much less 14 1/2". I hope these guys don't do a lot of carpentry with that kind of inaccuracy. I understand that Wallace used to insert pranks into his fake trackways, like every so often do two right feet, or slip in a small foot in place of a large foot randomly. Maybe these print makers have a similar sense of humor, planting 7 toed prints wondering if anyone would notice.

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    2. It looks like it's 12.5" inches at MOST by my observation. A FAR CRY from the claimed 14.5 Why do people lie like hell when proposing Bigfoot evidence?

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  6. If any of you think that last one is a bear print, i sure hope not... Wouldn't want to be anywhere near a bear that big to leave a print that size..even if it is a double step its way to big for a black bear..

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  7. I'm a BF believer but I think these are all bear.

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  8. To many hoaxers in Ohio to even think these are real.

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    1. You hit the nail on the head!

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    2. The Squatchmaster's daughter tammilynn already admitted hoaxing footprints there. The nut doesn't fall very far from the tree.

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    3. I completely agree. I think people in Ohio are being hoaxed on a continual basis. These tracks are all suspect and don't look anything like what I believe to be geniune tracks up here in the PNW.

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    4. If I remember correctly, youtuber tammielynn claiming to be squatchmaster's daughter said the prints were made at west branch state park.

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  9. I see the squatchmaster has been busy.

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  10. Ah, I recognize those tracks. They were made by the rare seven toed hunchsquatch. They are a small group of Bigfoots that live in an isolated region that covers an area between Ohio and Pa. These Bigfoots have quite a nasty disposition and have been known to attack humans. The gentle, peaceful Bigfoots steer clear of the hunchsquatch because they fear them and don't agree with their barbaric lifestyle.

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  11. You are right a hoaxer is going to take the time and put 3 different size tracks partially submerged in water in a part of the park that no one will likely go in early April. Makes sense to me.

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    1. Salt Fork State Park = Hoaxing teens. They know "researchers" (if you can call them that) think it's a hot spot and will be frequenting the park. I'll say it again, Hoax!

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  12. They don't look like giant foot prints. The one that claims to be 14" is more like 11".


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  13. Most bear tracks I have seen had visible claw marks. I think these are of the good ole hoaxsquatch species.And yes I know not all bear tracks double step or not show claw.

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    1. you have not seen very many bear track then.

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    2. You are right i havent seen many.never said i did.

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  14. I'll wait until Henry May chimes in with an authoritative opinion.

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  15. the last photo is 100% the back foot of a bear......it slid a little in the mud

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  16. Squatchmasters daughter claimed she had help from one of the park rangers at West Branch. So that's how they ended up off path and in an area where no one goes. Salt Fork has so many wandering around knocking on trees and whooping it's crazy. Squatchmaster posted a video showing storm damage and the whole time there were campers whooping in the back ground. Salt Fork is a joke after Finding Bigfoot got a hold of it,no Bigfoots there just Bighoaxers and Nuts.

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  17. Did Mid-Tarsal Meldrum finally get his shoes off?

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  18. Bear tracks for sure,that's why it seems to have so many toes.It is two tracks over the other the one in the wet mud is 100% bear track.

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  19. Leeeeeeeeroyyyyyyyyyyyy Jaaaaaynkins!

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  20. Why are there so many nonbelievers on this site! I know for a fact that salt fork is nothing like what most of these idiots are talking about! Most all campers stay on the path and not in the woods and they are few and far between. It sounds like most everyone with a negative response has probably never been there. But they sure like to set on their couch and put down whatever someone post's. So if your a nonbeliever please keep all your negativity to your own little groups and go back to your knitting club and stay on your couch and let us find Bigfoot.

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  22. ok as far as people staying on the trails at salt fork that is BS no real hunter or angler will stick to a trail because the best hunt and some of the best angling is where most people won't go and as for woodbury wild life area I spend atleast 4 days a week out hunting or fishing year round and I have seen and heard many odd sounds but I have never seen a print I couldn't identify or heard a sound that I couldn't match to either another sportsman/woman or to a normal animal.

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