Check out these crazy Bigfoot prints found along the muddy lake shore. Most likely just some kids out there with a big fake foot stomping it into the mud. One thing stands out is when the foot prints leave the shore and head up the hill. The indentation into the side of the hill left by the Bigfoot is quite interesting.
It would take someone with tremendous strength to push a fake print into the ground and attain such depth. The ground on the hill is fairly hard and the imprint left was quite deep. How would a faker get the imprint so deep on the side of the hard hillside.
Here is a video that was taken of these footprints. What do you think. When you first look at them they look like a hoax but when you take a closer look something of great weight made these prints.
In North American folklore, Bigfoot or Sasquatch are said to be hairy, upright-walking, ape-like creatures that dwell in the wilderness and leave footprints. Depictions often portray them as a missing link between humans and human ancestors or other great apes. They are strongly associated with the Pacific Northwest (particularly Oregon, Washington and British Columbia), and individuals claim to see the creatures acrossNorth America. Over the years, these creatures have inspired numerous commercial ventures and hoaxes. The plural nouns ‘Bigfoots’ and ‘Bigfeet’ are both acceptable.
Folklorists trace the figure of Bigfoot to a combination of factors and sources, including folklore surrounding the European wild man figure, folk belief among Native Americans and loggers, and a cultural increase in environmental concerns.
A majority of mainstream scientists have historically discounted the existence of Bigfoot, considering it to be a combination of folklore, misidentification, and hoax, rather than living animals. A minority, such as anthropologists Grover Krantz and Jeffrey Meldrum, have expressed belief in the creatures’ existence.