A British Bigfoot Update

Posted by: Nick Redfern on February 8th, 2013

Over the years, I have taken a great deal of interest in stories of Bigfoot-type creatures in Britain. It surprises a lot of people to know just how many accounts there are. Indeed, they number well into three-figures and stretch back at least nine centuries.

Such is the proliferation of such cases in the UK, I even wrote a 300-page book on the subject recently – titled Wildman: The Monstrous and Mysterious Saga of the British Bigfoot.

And here’s the latest (and controversial) addition to the puzzle: a story (and accompanying photo) from Kent, England…

Nick Redfern About Nick Redfern
Punk music fan, Tennents Super and Carlsberg Special Brew beer fan, horror film fan, chocolate fan, like to wear black clothes, like to stay up late. Work as a writer.

6 Responses to “A British Bigfoot Update”

  1. semillama responds:

    this is a joke, right?

  2. Dr Kaco responds:

    First we must sort through the Pub members and make sure to pick the story told by the individual who has consumed the least amount of Bass ale ;p But seriously, there is a lot of country in England so who knows? Also, thanks to Nick’s previous post on Bigfoot-UFO-paranormal varients, I think its not out of the realm that the locals are witnessing something paranormal…or just really good ale!! ;p

  3. John Kirk responds:

    Surely you jest? These are not the footprints of a biped. Besides, they only have four toes. I can’t believe this even found it’s way here. The Tunbridge Wells publication should take a good hard look at itself in the mirror for publishing rubbish like this. Tabloid journalism at its worst.

  4. Dr Kaco responds:

    John Kirk, you base your opinion that this is not a biped on the fact the print they show has 4 toes and not 5? Correct? What about an Ostrich print? What about a Kangaroo print? Do these have your correct amount of toes for a bipedal animal? What about a Chimpanzee footprint? Heck that looks like a man walking on his hands if you didn’t know better.

  5. John Kirk responds:

    By bipedal I mean hominid as in the context of the article on a supposed Kentish Apeman. No hominid has tracks like that, in fact if were to put money on it, I would say that they look a lot like badger tracks.

  6. eyeofstrm responds:

    It’s RUBBISH.

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