Bigfoot foot cast (From the motion picture Stomping Ground)
Deep in the Uwharrie Forest, there have been many Bigfoot sights over the decades. Finally, now we know them to be True.
'Stomping Ground' was shot in North Carolina's Uwharrie National Forest and captures on film that Bigfoot does, in fact, EXIST. Whether you are a Bigfoot believer or closet Bigfoot believer here is the chance to own what you may have only seen on Monster Quest or Animal Planet, an actual plaster cast from a Bigfoot print found in the Uwharrie National Forest.
The cast measures almost 17 Inches from toe to heel and 6 inches in width.
The cast was made for Promotional use.
The cast has excellent detail.
Casts have string or wire on the back for hanging.
The cast will be white or off-white / Gray
Uwharrie National Forest is a federally designated national forest region located primarily in Montgomery County, but also extending into Randolph and Davidson counties in south-central North Carolina. It is the smallest of the four National Forests in North Carolina, with a total area of 50,645 acres (204.95 km2). About 79% of its acreage is in Montgomery County. The forest is managed together with the other three North Carolina National Forests (Croatan, Nantahala, and Pisgah) from common headquarters in Asheville, North Carolina. However, it does have a local ranger district office in Troy, North Carolina. There is one officially designated wilderness area within the forest—the 5,025-acre (20.34 km²) Birkhead Mountains Wilderness.