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'Finding Bigfoot': Eyewitness Photographs Distinct Female Sasquatch
Bigfoot prints
Published: 3:42 PM 1/7/2013

There's nothing more exciting for Sasquatch-seekers than physical evidence, so it was a worthwhile journey to the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state for the "Finding Bigfoot" team.

There they met up with some eyewitnesses who claimed that they had seen and photographed some distinct footprints.

The team determined that the larger footprint was in the size range of a typical female sasquatch, and that it was accompanied by a smaller set of footprints, presumably belonging to a younger sasquatch.

The most likely scenario they imagined was that this was a mother and child walking together.

Nevertheless, the beasts remain elusive, leaving behind only these teasing clues that may hint at their travel patterns. Of course, it leaves believers more sure than ever that bigfoot exists, while skeptics continue to be certain that there's simply nothing out there.

Edited by Brenda Booth

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