This set of prints was discovered in Texas, in the Sabine River bottoms. One is a complete bigfoot print, and the shorter of the two is a partial print.
They were discovered in the Spring of 2003 by Chester Moore.
These casts were made from a 2nd generation cast and have excellent detail. There have been several sightings at this location.
Casts have string or wire on the back for hanging.
The Sabine River (/səˈbiːn/) is a river, 360 miles long, in the Southern U.S. states of Texas and Louisiana. From the 32nd parallel north and downstream, it serves as part of the boundary between the two states and empties into Sabine Lake, an estuary of the Gulf of Mexico. Over the first half of the 19th century, the river formed part of the Spanish–American, Mexican–American, and Texan–American international boundaries. The upper reaches of the river flow through the prairie country of northeast Texas. Along much of its lower reaches, it flows through the pine forests along the Texas–Louisiana border, and the bayou country near the Gulf Coast.