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COUNTY: Fremont County
LOCATION DETAILS: Waubonsie State Park hiking trail
NEAREST TOWN: Sidney
NEAREST ROAD: Iowa Hwy. 2
OBSERVED: 17-18" X 7-8" footprints, in a single line - heal to toe - with approx. a 5-6 foot stride, deeply impressed into soil.
No measurements, photos or casts were made, due to being unsure how to handle the situation.
ALSO NOTICED: N/A
OTHER WITNESSES: 2 adults, 4 children
OTHER STORIES: N/A
TIME AND CONDITIONS: About 2:30 p.m.
ENVIRONMENT: hardwoods forest
Follow-up investigation report by BFRO Investigator TK Bell:
In addition to the report. The family of two adults and their four children had been camping at the Waubonsie park, were taking a walk on the trail in June around 2:30 pm. It had been several days at least two since the last rain, when they noticed some foot prints appearing on the trail. The foot prints were 17-18 inches seven to eight inches wide with a stride of about five to six foot, in a straight line heel to toe. They continued their hike around the park til they ended up back at their primitive camp site. The children’s age ranges from eight up to fifteen years old at the time. The Christian family enjoys being outdoors when possible to help teach their children about nature.
About BFRO Investigator TK Bell:
Iowa native. Attended many BFRO public and private expeditions since 2016. Have helped at many of the expeditions and led night ops.