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Report # 1361  (Class A)
Submitted by witness Ray Vermillion on Tuesday, July 28, 1998.
Twenty-two inch tracks found

YEAR: 1998

SEASON: Spring

MONTH: April

STATE: Colorado

COUNTY: Fremont County

LOCATION DETAILS: USA, Colorado, Fremont county Hwy 115 A state land area called Table mountain.

OBSERVED: Four 22 inch long bare human tracks. Eight feet from toe to heel in order left right left right. These tracks followed a deer path doun a hill and crossed a dirt road. The road was very hard and the tracks on the hill sunk in the earth about 2to 3 inches. The tracks on the road did not indent becouse of the hardness of the road. Dirt was left on the road in a bare foot form with 5 toes.

ALSO NOTICED: It is one thing to read about these things and study them it is another to see these tracks. To ponder and evaluate the size of a biped creature that left them. It really gave me a jolt to see the toes and then to actually measure and see how much groun it covered in four steps.

OTHER WITNESSES: I had been sighting in my new rifle and was just driving down the road. Saw the tracks on the hill first and attempted to track but to many rocks. As I was walking back I saw the ones on the road.

ENVIRONMENT: Rocky Foothills Fur trees all from 6 to 8 feet. Limestone area. It appears that the area was quarried at some time.