Kiseralik River, Alaska
On or about 6 July 1999, my husband, his father and two friends were on
the Kiseralik River above Kwethluk, Alaska.
They observed and photographed a pair of large wedge-shaped footprints deep in the mud near the water's edge.
The prints are an estimated 12 to 14 inches long and were about three inches deep.
No claws are evident at the tips of the toes.
The prints appeared to be consecutive and were estimated at about
6 feet apart.
Our friends are experienced outdoorsmen and neither one of them could identify the animal that made these marks.
During this same time brown bear and wolf tracks were also observed. The area is very remote and no other boats were on the river that day.
On Tue, 10 Aug 1999, "Sanford" <email@example.com> wrote:The local trappers here Kiseralik that have looked at the footprint photos say its the Hairyman.
The tracks are difficult to distinguish in the photos and they look bigger than 14 inches.
From: "Sanford" Xxxxxxxx@unicom-alaska.com
Subject: tracks of unknown
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 1999
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