Upon entering woods, traced repetitive tracks down a creek, saw footprints and hand prints. Upon seeing this, got a tape measure & measured them, the stride being 5’2-5’6 average. I also took pictures. The footprints were 15 1/2-16″ long and one appeared 11″ wide. I followed the tracks approx 1/2 mile until they went into a three-acre wetland, then they disappeared into the water.
This witness was reportedly hunting deer along a creek that feeds the Mississippi river one morning when he came upon what appeared to be a track way of large barefoot tracks in the soft creek mud. After looking closely at the tracks, the hunter had no explanation for what created them, other than that they had been made by a Bigfoot. The witness measured the tracks at fifteen and one-half inches in length. One of the tracks had a very wide measurement of almost eleven inches in width, although the soft mud may have played a role in expanding the width. Prior to finding the track way, the witness had talked to an elderly gentleman who owned the land directly adjacent to the creek. The elderly man had mentioned that there was a big creature that passed through the area.