6/17/2017 Update: It appears that these Bigfoot prints were a hoax... or, more kindly put, part of a promotional marketing campaign. Park rangers will be planting "Bigfoot" clues throughout Round Rock parks to attract more guests. Bigfoot hunters will no doubt find themselves frustrated by this red herring, but families living in the area are probably going to love the idea. If you think this is a cover story, comment below or join the conversation on social media!
Park rangers in Round Rock, Texas were thrilled to discover some amazingly large mud footprints in parks located in the northeast part of town (specifically at Freeman Park, Old Settlers Park, and Bushy Creek Trail). Many have reported encounters with Bigfoot over the years, including in Texas, but photos and video are rare. Could this latest evidence be some of the best ever received?
Although Bigfoot is more commonly reported in more rural, natural areas, could the amazing creature somehow have ended up in Round Rock? Check out the photos shared by the Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department :
Although Bigfoot is not commonly reported in Texas, sightings of the mystical ape-like creature have occurred in the Lone Star State. Do you think this latest case out of Round Rock should join other amazing cases of Bigfoot (or perhaps you prefer the name Hairy Man, Yeti, or Sasquatch)? Share your theories below in the comments or on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. If you've been lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a Bigfoot in Texas, or anywhere for that matter!, report your sighting!