Considering there are new reports of tracks being found in Malaysia, in June 2013, this is a good article to review (originally published March 29, 2007).
About 200 Bigfoot-like footprints have been discovered near Kampung Kepis Baru, Kuala Pilah, causing panic among villagers, reported Harian Metro.
Adnan Pungut, 48, claimed he discovered the footprints when he was clearing rubbish and wood at his rubber estate at 3pm on Saturday [June 15, 2013]. Read more here.
Thanks to historical Malaysian Bigfoot researcher and journalist Harold Stephens, this came to my attention in March 2007, from Tunku (Prince) Mahmood of Johor. Harold Stephens lives in Bangkok today and maintains good contacts with old friends inside and outside the government in Malaysia.
Let’s begin our review of the new Johor footprint photographs with the field report below.
Enclosed here are some photos related to the latest footprint discovered in Felda Semenchu. I went to visit the location last month, and managed to find out that there are three eyewitness who have seen the “Bigfoot”. The two persons that I have interviewed are Shahrul (light blue t-shirt) and Raslan (shirt with marine fish).
Shahrul, who is a guard has described the creature as hairy, and very large (around 3 meters) but he couldn’t see his face properly. He also mentioned that the creature has a loud breathing sound, and having a stooping posture. On the other hand Raslan with another friend has seen the creature crouching under a palm tree and describe the face as looking like an ape, and has red fiery eyes.
This site is quite interesting as there were footprints, and two independent sightings happening around the same time, thus giving more credibility to the incident.field investigator on site
Here is a view of the tracks to see if they diagnostically tell us anything. To begin this examination, what do you see in the report’s details and the photographs that inform us about what might be going on recently in Johor?
Two tracks are shown in this photograph.
Harold Stephens’ August 1971 article in Argosy is almost legendary within cryptozoology history, for it’s balanced and credible nature. Ivan T. Sanderson was the article’s editor. Stephens has been a generous correspondent of mine, and I appreciate his passing along this breaking news for the readers here.
Do the photographs of the new tracks seem similar to ones found by Stephens in the 1970s? Please note, Stephens had nothing to do with the finding and photographing of the recent tracks, but merely was informed of these by his old friend, Prince Mahmood of Johor, Malaysia.