Images show Bigfoot may be roaming north of SA, according to Texas Park officials

Round Rock Parks and Recreation Dept. release photos of Bigfoot tracks

By Adrian Garcia - Digital Journalist
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Courtesy: Round Rock Parks and Rec. Dept. Facebook page

ROUND ROCK, Texas - On Saturday, Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department shared images to Facebook indicating an “unexplained phenomena” of large footprints in three of its parks and trails.

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Just 80 miles north of San Antonio, park officials said a large footprint was found in Freeman Park, with two other images from Old Settlers Park/Bright Lake and Brushy Creek Trail showing large tracks from the previous days.

Round Rock Parks and Rec. Dept. also said on its Facebook post that the strange footprints were captured by their Park Ranger’s surveillance, and were calling for visitors to share more evidence of the speculated “Bigfoot.”

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However, on Monday, the department shared there may have been a breakthrough into the Bigfoot investigation, as new surveillance images display clumps of hair found east of Interstate 35 and from the original location where the footprints were detected.

Park officials are asking the public to tag either the department’s Facebook or Twitter pages with the hash tag #RRSightings if new evidence is found in the surrounding areas.

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