Some very interesting tracks were discovered in a remote area of Lake Tahoe that some believe may be that of Bigfoot.
The tracks were found and photographed by a local woman and were presented to a tracker and wilderness skills instructor while he was doing a wilderness skills class. After some careful examination of photos of the possible Bigfoot footprints, he was unable to determine their origin. Could these tracks possibly be from a Lake Tahoe Bigfoot?
The possible Lake Tahoe Bigfoot tracks were found on the west shore of Lake Tahoe in one of the thickest and most remote wooded areas. The tracks were found going across a trail in direction of a steep hill heading into a steep drainage where witness says would of been incredibly difficult to get back out of. Considering the location of the tracks and the remote location a hoax seems a little less likely.
According to the analysis of the tracks in the photo they seem unlikely to be from a black bear. They appear to be one single track and not a track with in a track which is a clear indication of black bear. The witness also reported the length between the tracks was at least seven feet making for a much larger gate then any black bear. The size of the track was approx 16 inches long making them also much to large to have come from a bear. Footprints also lack the typical claw marks made by a bear.
The tracker and wilderness expert could not come to a clear conclusion as to what actually made the tracks. The possible Bigfoot tracks also seem to have more of a barefoot human shape to them with a view of an arch along with the heal and ball of the foot. They also appear to be made by a two legged creature when considering the gate and style of stride. Could this be proof of a Bigfoot in Lake Tahoe ?
(Photos by Maura Mack – Full article: click here)