South of Armstrong, Ontario, Canada
Investigator David Merryfield of Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada photographed a row of straight-line footprints in deep snow last Tuesday, December 13th south of Armstrong, Ontario. The snow was approximately 13 inches deep and the length between steps was five feet. This area was snow over an ice layer."
"There was more than this set of tracks. There was at least two other sets just up the road about forty feet," Merryfield said.
"A co-worker was with me and 20 Kms back I had been telling him how I thought this area was good sasquatch habitat because I had seen four other tracks coming out of the bush and was kicking myself for not stopping, so I said the next ones I see, I'm stopping and that is what I found. This is the first time I've come across anything like this, I've only been looking since the Norway House sighting."
"I told a First Nation friend about the tracks and he said he believed in them because his teacher in public school had seen one cross the road on her way to Thunder Bay. I heard a story of a trapper who saw one in 1984 that was 8 feet tall but I haven't tracked the man down yet. I'm sure there are more stories out there waiting to be told."
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Ca. 13/12/05 -- A selection of three photographs are attached below...
Skeptics reason the tracks on the right were made by a snowshoe rabbit. But snowshoe rabbits weigh only two pounds. Nothing weighing that little with weight distributed over four legs would sink that deep into the snow and none would have 5 toes showing in the snow...
This shot is the sasquatch view as it came out of the bush to cross the road, east to west...
The above photograph shows depth of snow and length of stride...
Merryfield's trail of footprints is on the left, the sasquatch on the right in deep snow. Skeptics reason the tracks on the right were made by a snowshoe rabbit. But snowshoe rabbits weigh only two pounds. Nothing weighing that little would sink that deep into the snow and none would have 5 toes showing in the snow...
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