Sasquatch – A Forensic Expert Says It’s A Different Species

Cast made by Georgia police officer in 1997 of a 16.5 inch footprint found in woods after "large gorilla creature" reported. Print has same unusual vertical derma ridges similar to two other casts found in California and Washington State. The diagonal line is a cast artifact. Forensics expert Jimmy Chilcutt says the cast footprints he has studied are from "an animal of a different species that we haven't studied before."
Cast made by Georgia police officer in 1997 of a 16.5 inch footprint found in woods after "large gorilla creature" reported. Print has same unusual vertical derma ridges similar to two other casts found in California and Washington State. The diagonal line is a cast artifact. Forensics expert Jimmy Chilcutt says the cast footprints he has studied are from "an animal of a different species that we haven't studied before."

March 16, 2000  Conroe, Texas - Recently I talked with Dr. Jeff Meldrum, an anatomy and anthropology professor at Idaho State University in Pocatello who has examined at least 100 casts of alleged Sasquatch footprint casts. He has also collaborated with Police Officer Jimmy Chilcutt of Conroe, Texas who is a crime scene investigator and latent fingerprint examiner for the Conroe Police Department. Officer Chilcutt was so impressed by three of the casts he studied that he told Field and Stream magazine in January, "I can assure you there's an animal up in the Pacific Northwest that we have never seen."

 

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