Knuckle print casts by Paul Freeman found in Elk Wallow, WA. in 1982.
These knuckle prints come from a line of prints known as the "dermals" which were discovered in 1982. This cast displays the knuckles of four fingers along with the thumb. The thumb shows a fingernail that is rotated in a position that is non-opposed (ape-like) position. This cast is 10 inches wide. This cast comes ready to display on a wall (a loop is on back of most of our Bigfoot casts) or flat on a table or shelf.
Listed in Appendix B of Researcher Loren Coleman's 2003 Book, "Bigfoot: The True Story of Apes in America"
Book is not included and shown for reference only.