1983, Willow Creek, California: Plaster Caster Discovers His Casts Destroyed

TODAY IN BIGFOOT HISTORY!

1983, Willow Creek, California: Plaster Caster Discovers His Casts Destroyed

Willard L. Allner, retired navigator, found several excellent Bigfoot footprints in the bushes just off Friday Ridge Road.

Luckily, Allner had his plaster casting equipment in the trunk of his car. He raced back to where he was parked and quickly mixed up the plaster. Within the hour, he had carefully filled the deep and perfect looking impression. He marked the spot with a bandana tied to the end of stick. That was on the 18th of October.

Allner returned to the site to find his plaster casts completely disturbed. It looked like a Bigfoot had clawed at the plaster, completely upsetting the impression. Allner took this as evidence that the Bigfoot did not want proof getting out of its existence.

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