|Casts of "Elbe Trackway"|
Thanks to Thom Powell and Joe Beelart for sharing the following photographs. These images are from the site of the "Elbe Trackway", first discovered by Scott Taylor on Monday on a beach along the Nisqually River near Elbe WA. If authentic, the 150-plus footprints could make it the longest Bigfoot trackway ever, surpassing the "London Trackway" from early this year by about 30 prints.
Investigators Paul Graves, Cliff Barackman of Finding Bigfoot, and Olympic Project founder Derek Randles “all agree” that the tracks are real. According to author Thom Powell, the fine sediments (called rock flour) from the glacial fed Nisqually River, along with the stretch of dry weather have preserved exceptional detail. A few of the footprints may be the clearest ever says BFRO President Matt Moneymaker. Powell claims the tracks collected by investigator Rick Noll and others early in the week may be some of the most finely detailed tracks ever found.
The mixture of small, medium and large tracks makes it an interesting find. Some tracks are merely 4-5 inch long, others are just 10 inches, and about 50 footprints are 16-17 inches in length. Powell tells us Guy Edwards and Cliff Barackman feel the small and medium tracks are human.