Another Person’s Perspective
The following Colorado Bigfoot research report gives another person’s perspective.
Upon arriving to Mike’s Central Colorado location him and I set up camp and then hiked towards the feeding station. A paper
plate was found on the ground from the previous visit by Mike and Dave Ottke. There were no scraps left and a small hole
was punched through the center of this plate, which is not easy to do. It looked like a finger nail.
We continued to the watering container feed by a spring and then past up the ridge line. We found a cluster of black hair
snagged into a small conifer tree at about three and a half feet.
The next day we packed up camp and returned to the feeding station and all three plates were completely cleaned.
Not a single scrap was left.
The trinkets appeared to be untouched, but the necklace from Utah was on the ground. There were no visible predator prints anywhere of any kind.
We left four livers on the plates and walked back to the fence. Mike found a fourteen inch print with four distinctive toe impressions. It was close to the fence where Mike calls to them every time.
It appeared to be pointed straight in the direction of our camp as it followed us back to camp as we went back to sleep that
Tony A. Lombardo – Sasquatch Investigation of the Rockies