Foot Print Found Near Pikes Peak Colorado

by Michael on November 10, 2011

On this Sasquatch research expedition, S.I.R. Investigator Jeff Yelek found these prints.

Bigfoot Print From Colorado Rockies November 2011
These photos were taken by Jeff on a recent outing on Monday November 7, 2011,.
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Jeff and his friend Ron were investigating a recent report about a possible Sasquatch sighting on a highway crossing near Pikes Peak, Colorado
Bigfoot Print From Colorado Rockies November 2011
The footprints show the mid tarsal break in evidence. The second photo resembles Patty’s footprint to a certain degree is our thinking.
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It was deep in the soil indicating a good amount of force was present.
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This is a small print at only 9″.
Sasquatch Investigations Of The Rockies November 2011
The interesting part is no one walks around in the winter barefoot in their right mind in Colorado this time of year with the snow and cold in this area at this altitude.
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Frost bite comes to mind.
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The path lead to a tree where it appeared the culprit was hiding behind it for quite some time trying to avoid being detected.
Sasquatch Investigations Of The Rockies November 2011
The photos also show the amount of snow that was present in the area at the time as increment weather was approaching.
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    rlynne2 June 30, 2012 at 1:57 am

    that is one place I have always wanted to go to.

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    C Kiser December 24, 2012 at 12:03 am

    I am very happy to find this picture of a footprint, very much like one I found recently that had enough “arch” to look human, but again, one would have to be a little nutters to go barefoot in this season, wouldn’t get frostbite per se, but darned cold enough to be uncomfortable. I’m smiling.

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    Sergio Navarro November 12, 2013 at 6:06 pm

    Do you still remember Sergio, from Brasil?

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