Saturday, February 6, 2010

CNN iReport: Bigfoot Print at Apache Tribe Reservation?

At CNN they have iReports, where people take part in the news with CNN. It is a user-generated section of The stories here come from users everyday.

Everything you see on iReport starts with someone in the CNN audience. The stories here are not edited fact-checked or screened before they post. CNN's producers will check out some of the most compelling, important and urgent iReports and, once they're cleared for CNN, make them a part of CNN's news coverage. (Look for the red "CNN iReport" stamp to see which stories have been vetted for CNN.)

Below is a possible footprint found on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation. The Fort Apache Indian Reservation is an Indian reservation in Arizona, United States, encompassing parts of Navajo, Gila, and Apache counties. It is home to the White Mountain Apache Tribe of the Fort Apache Reservation, a Western Apache tribe.

There have been Bigfoot sightings there for years. Last night (Feb 3rd, 2010), the whole town was excited to find these prints.

Despite the kids on the video claiming it is small, it is clearly larger than the adult males foot in a shoe right beside it.

Original CNN iReport
Fort Apache Indian Reservation Wikipedia Page

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