A frontier guard
claims to have found what could be Bigfoot footprints in the Kyrgyzia
Republic in Central Asia.
Newspaper Pravda, reports that the footprints were found in the mountainous
Aktalinsky district. They were 45cm (17.7 inches) long and 30cm wide
(11.8 inches) and are reported to have been clearly visible because
they were outlined against the clay bank of a mountain river flowing
through the deserted area. Experts say enthusiasts had been searching
for a Bigfoot in the neighbouring Pamirs 20 years ago. According to
Pravda, they believe the creature might have moved to Kyrgyzia because
it was scared by military actions in the mountains of Tajikistan. But
it says Kyrgyzia is unlikely to find the money to fund a scientific
expedition to discover the true origins of the prints.
Copyright: Pravda Russia Thu Sep 6, 2001 10:17 pm
SOURCE: WENN (IG/WNWCAN/KW) via Nick Sucik
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