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  1. Loren Coleman
    Loren Coleman February 13, 2006 at 5:31 pm |

    Godzilladude…you need to re-read the Wallace chapter of your copy of Bigfoot! that I know you own. :-)

    Hey, Wallace was dead in 2002. He showed his fakes back in the 1980s to some people, as per the photos. His family found more after he died. Photos of footprints – tracks that don’t match real Bigfoot feet, actually – show that his squared hallux creations turned up in a few places.

    Those are the bad data. Nothing more, nothing less.

  2. Loren Coleman
    Loren Coleman February 13, 2006 at 6:23 pm |

    I am happy to be publishing a photo that people have not seen.

    These were taken in Toledo, WA, in Wallace’s possession. I am not sure he called it a “roadside museum.” More like his shed.

    If you will look through the Wallace fakes pictured in some books recently, including Chris Murphy’s, these are concrete fake artifacts, not wooden fake feet.

    I agree completely that the ones pictured above are different than the wooden fake feet used to leave prints. But apparently, Wallace also used these concrete ones on now and then to make “plaster casts” for people of Bigfoot prints.

    Fake trackways were easy for Wallace, as Matthes discusses.

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