TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!
1999, Red Rock Canyon, Las Vegas, Nevada: 220 Sequential Bigfoot Prints Documented
Brandon Mirr, a 19 year old professional miniature golfer, claims that while hiking with his girlfriend, Svetlanda Palmer, in Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, he came upon a disturbingly unprecedented trend. Mirr claims he and Palmer were looking for mice when they saw the first print.
“It was deep in the dirt. At least an inch. Maybe, an inch and three quarters, deep. And it was big. Really, really big. From toe to heal was probably the size of my forearm,” Mirr reported, making a fist as he held up his arm.
“We followed those tracks. By the time we lost them along a slight hill where the snowberry grew thick, Svetlanda counted over 200,” Mirr paused to silently recount in his head, “220. Yeah, it was 220.”
“We were real stupid too. As we followed the tracks, we did not take a single cell phone picture. And in fact, we were not at all careful, either. So as we followed them, we stamped all over the tracks too. Dumb. Real dumb.”
Svetlanda could not be reached for comment.