August 14, 2009

Bridgewater Triangle Bigfoot

Jason Lorefice (the man shown below in the photo) says, “The tracks were in Bridgewater MA outside the Hockomock swamp near Lake Nipp.

I was down there last month on vacation, and I was mountain biking in the swamp area. I found a series of tracks going accross a corn field leading into the swamp.

The stride was approximately 87 inches in length. The cast came out to be 18 inches x 7 inches.”

For me, this print raises several questions…

1) Why is it so perfect?

2) Were others found nearby? Why aren’t they pictured?

3) Where is the evidence of a trackway?

4) Why, reportedly, have the facts of the story changed over time?

5) Who is this person and what do they have in mind by presenting this “evidence.”?

Frankly, the toes do seem too good to be true, all separated like they are, with no litter in the print, and so nicely appearing for a photograph and to be casted. It reminds me of the old Ray Wallace-Cliff Crook trophy prints.

Note the raised ridge of dirt at the back of the photographed track in the soil? That appears to indicate extra pressure from a static form (a fake foot?) being pushed into the ground.

Is the track cast maker trying to embarrass someone, seeking attention (there are hints of his involvement in future radio shows and attempts to be on “monster hunts”)?

Thanks to Joe Citro, for passing this along.

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