1984 Paul Freeman's "Wrinkle Foot" cast  "C" half track
1984 Paul Freeman's "Wrinkle Foot" cast  "C" half track
1984 Paul Freeman's "Wrinkle Foot" cast  "C" half track
1984 Paul Freeman's "Wrinkle Foot" cast  "C" half track

1984 Paul Freeman's "Wrinkle Foot" cast "C" half track

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"Wrinkle Foot" Left, Right and "half" track footprints of a slightly small Bigfoot individual. These were cast by Paul Freeman in the Blue Mountains in 1984. 

The "A" and "B" footprint casts are both of the full foot.  The Wrinkle Foot "C" cast is of a partial footprint. Only the ball of the foot and toes left an impression.

Paul Freemans rare Wrinkle Foot half print cast Cast 1984 in the Blue Mountains of Washington State.

Grover Krantz surmised this is most likely a very old and crippled female. Wrinkle footprints have been found in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Canada. First cast by Paul Freeman in 1984, she was found throughout the Pacific Northwest until the late 1990s. Named Wrinkle foot by Dr. Krantz due to the extensive wrinkling covering the soles of her feet. Cast is documented with date and location.

 

Edward Palma and Robert Olsen saw small patches of dermal ridges in the casts, but there are almost overwhelmed by extensive wrinkling over much of the foot surface. These tracks are also not very good mirror images [the left is different from the right] in the gross relief of their bottoms. I suspect that this is a very old female individual who is semi-crippled.

In 1984, Paul Freeman cast a set of both right and left tracks in the Blue Mountains of Washington/Oregon states. This is not the same place as Blue Creek Mountain of California. Another bit of confusion? These casts became known as "Wrinkle foot". Not very well documented in the literature. Grover Krantz almost off-handedly mentions them in his book "Bigfoot-Prints: A scientific inquiry into the reality of Sasquatch".

Over the years, some have claimed that Paul Freeman might have hoaxed the evidence.  Unfortunately, not much attention was given to this man or his evidence, except by the local media.

Grover Krantz attempted to duplicate the ridge patterns he found on these casts with combs and other items. Later, even others explored this approach with the serrated edge of butter knives. The results were all less than successful. They lacked details such as what appeared to be sweat pores, symmetrically placed along the tops of the ridges. The overall dimensions were also grossly enlarged caricatures of what now Grover felt might be definitive proof for these animals' existence. (cryptomundo).

The A, B and C tracks must be purchased separately.