Bigfoot Prints Found In Kiamichi Mountains, Oklahoma

D.W. Lee, director of the Mid-America Bigfoot Research Center, announced the finding of a 15 3/4 inches long and 5 inches bigfoot print about five miles into the woods in the Kiamichi Mountains of southeastern Oklahoma.

They were able to make a cast of the print and Lee claims “The toes were clearly visible on the cast after it was lifted up.”

The group of about 30 researchers spent Memorial Day weekend searching the woods, looking for evidence of bigfoot. They also reported multiple “vocalizations” and several researchers claim to have had rocks throw at them after seeing two large biped creatures thru a night scope. Both the sounds and rock throwing are thought to be classic bigfoot behaviors.

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4 thoughts on “Bigfoot Prints Found In Kiamichi Mountains, Oklahoma

  1. I own 5 acres of land near the top of the kiamichi mountains nearest town is moyers what is my land value with only the trees and rocks on it

  2. Not sure what the value would be with trees and rocks, but it would be worth more if you had some Sasquatch on it.

  3. I have been in the Kiamichi area twice. I can attest that Bigfoots are almost certainly in that area, having heard their distinctive high pitched vocalizations and observing their fopotprints upon the ground.

    The volcalizations were most certainly those of a primate of some kind, and very similar to a tree hyrax, which I have heard as number of times when in the forsts of Cameroon, West Africa. If you require more information I can be reached at;

    africanmysteries@yahoo.ca

  4. In 2012, Jan., I came across huge BF print. I made a cast, it measures about 21 inches. Found print in Boggy River bottom land. About a year later, in Feb. 2013, I was actually lucky enough to see a BF. I believe it is the same BF I cast print from the yr before. The BF was as tall as I am squated down; I’m 5’3″.

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