Sunday, January 24, 2016

What Made All These Tracks In The Snow?

When it snows that gives researchers the perfect opportunity to looks for tracks and other sign of bigfoot in an area. The problem is not very many people get out when it snows, and they especially don't want to get out in the woods walking around looking for bigfoot tracks. But then there are those that brave the elements for the greater good. Unfortunately, you don't always find what you're looking for, or you end up with a mystery...

From the youtube channel of Frosted Forest Sasquatch:

PART 1 of 3 - I went out today looking for prints in the snow and found a lot of tracks in various locations.


  1. This is ridiculous...if there are tracks and you don't know what made them, then by use of deductive reason, the only answer can be Bigfoot. Haven't you people learned anything on this blog?

  2. Squirrel digging for nuts? Lol!!

  3. Wow...what a find!!!! Any herbivore, an animal that has a plants and fruit based diet, will kick the snow and leaves looking for food. A bear would do the same for grubs. Get a day job please.

    Oh, by the way racoons can unscrew jars of peanuts butter so you can stop with the giving trees.