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A perfect day for Bigfoot research in Myakka State Park and Stacy Brown cast a foorprint

Have you ever had one of those days you will never forget? I have. I had an opportunity Saturday to work with a true professional in the field of Bigfoot - Stacy Brown of Florida - and it could not have been a better experience. He lead an outing into the main Savannah of Myakka River State Park where there had been a recent Skunk Ape sighting and the shooter was with us on the trip. Steve Kulls always says boots on the ground investigation is needed for all Bigfoot sighting claims. That is what we were doing. The area was loaded with prints and one was casted. So while we waited for it to dry, we went deep into the wood line on the other side and along a power line system before making our way back to the print cast that had settled enough for Stacy to remove it from the ground.

Stacy and one of his crew members headed for the tree line

Stacy getting his gear ready to cast the print that was found in the animal wallow

Now I don't know what the final result of the casting will be. Stacy will determine if its more human then Bigfoot. There are clear differences in both. For example, the footprint below is from a member of our party. They left it on the bank of the Myakka river before crossing. You can tell just by looking at it that is human and not a Bigfoot. That's an important distinction.

One the human prints that was can tell its not a Bigfoot print

The mixture that was used to cast the print

The print before it was removed from the ground

Matt inside the Sasquatch blind where the inside was way matted down

Measure print
Stacy measuring one of the prints right outside the cool is that!


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