Sunday, October 11, 2015

More From The Bumping Lake Trackway Find


From Barbara Shupe:

Hello everybody! This brings us to the icing on the cake! Sunday morning, Pat discovered some very bigfoot like tracks by the lake. We soon found literally hundreds of very interesting footprints. Are they from juvenile bigfoots? We can't say for a fact that they are, but there is definitely something very unusual going on here! I realize that these trackways are something special. I do not believe they were in any way hoaxed. But, there are some signs that something a little bit different may be coming to light.

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    1. . . . which is more than I can say for those tracks. Those were definitely more than hours old. I can also state they looked pretty human to me.

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  2. At least their getting good practice casting people prints, there not BF prints. 100% human!!!!

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  3. I love it when Bigfooters find human size tracks and automatically think its a juvenile BF and not just human. And right in an area where there is a day parking at the front part of the lake where people visit regularly...Hmmm some people will try anything to get attention.. its funny, Your Bf report card gets an F...

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    1. I don't see any parking in the images I googled of that place. Why would humans go barefoot on a very cold day unless they were intent on creating a hoax . If it was someone doing it as a hoax they really have too much time on their hands and probably should see a shrink

      Joe

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    2. ^ wishful thinking that totally disregards possible,even probable,options that are way way more logical...but of course,as ever,the person with zero going on in their own life will snatch at the merest hint of a mystery that takes them from a boring existence...rather than accept that it is a fantasy figure that isn`t yet even proven to exist.

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    3. Ok. Fair enough. But that doesn't explain why you're here...?

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    4. 731- you haven't been proven to exist either. You are just a troll who has zero interest in bigfoot unlike me and you come on here for cheap thrills. Please go bother people on the Kardashian family forums, it's most likely more up your alley then being here mate

      Joe

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  4. Nice Bigfoot prints, look real to me. In line, mid torsal break, some were even 33 inches apart in stride. Don't think anyone could hoax on a cold night and they come out looking that good. At some point you would see where their own prints would be seen. Also the depth of the tracks don't even compare with the sample ones that Barbs crew leave for comparison.

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    1. Why don't you and me have a sucking session.

      Eva

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    2. Coughcoughbullcoughshitcoughcough. Tracks were not exactly in line and meandered. A mid-tarsal break requires the pressure ridge to start at the mid point of the foot. Not simply a pressure ridge somewhere on the foot print, MrMoron. There was not one single print where the pressure ridge started at the mid point of the foot. Any stride less than 36 inches is within the human range. There was no proof that the tracks were laid down at night. That was pure speculation by a group of complete amateurs. On the previous day, when the tracks were laid, the moisture content would likely be higher since it was one day closer to when the lake draw down occurred. Which is why the tracks appear to sink in more that snowshoe like tennis shoe tracks. The second reason is because a tennis shoe adds area to the contact area, and thus reduces the pressure on the mud. The last reason is that tennis shoe tread tends to trap the mud beneath the contact area, and is less likely to allow the mud to flow out the sides.

      This video is a predictor of where Bigfoot research is going. More and more researchers are desperate to get face time on the internet in an unofficial competition, in order to appear to be an authority. Consequently, they jump at the opportunity to document human footprints and attempt to dupe other researchers into believing that they are from Bigfoot. Bigfoot stay as far away as they can from humans. Bigfoot do not leave massive amounts of evidence at the closest beach to the only boat ramp and parking lot on the lake. If they thought that humans might find their tracks, they would not go there. One would have to majorly flunk an IQ test in order to believe that this track find was laid down by a group of Sasquatch.

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    3. Holmes, you've cracked the case! A little deductive reasoning such as yours is all that is needed to dispel these fallacies of fancy. In their zeal to prove their reverence to Bigfoot research they simply overlook or ignore any other possibility.

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  5. The toe placement and general foot shape clearly indicates these were simply bathing adult humans leaving these prints.

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