Witness claims to have found new Bigfoot tracks in Pennsylvania


A man says he found bigfoot tracks in the snow in western Pennsylvania.

The man, a retired law enforcement officer, claims to have found and photographed the tracks in Indiana County, Pennsylvania.

The eyewitness account was reported on the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization (BFRO) website. His meeting with the tracks would have taken place on December 20, 2022.

His report says he was following deer tracks in the snow when he noticed some strange tracks among the deer tracks. He claims they were similar to human footprints, but “different”. He claims the tracks were about four feet apart.

The unidentified witness says he believes the tracks in the fresh snow were several hours old, likely made overnight.

The man’s full report and photos are available on the BFRO website.

The BFRO site has Bigfoot reports from around the country. New Jersey’s last Bigfoot report is from June 20, 2019, in Burlington County, near Chatsworth, New Jersey. A witness claims to have seen a three to three and a half foot juvenile Bigfoot. This witness told BFRO that what he witnessed was “like a cross between Curious George and the character Chaka from Land of the Lost.”

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Interestingly, an adjacent town in Indiana County is Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania – home of the world famous groundhog! (Maybe Bigfoot was just visiting his boyfriend!)

SOURCE: BFRO.net

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