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Suspicious Print Found in Medoc Mountain State Park, NC

After receiving multiple reports of a bipedal creature crossing the road near Medoc Mtn State Park, CPM (Crypto Para Museum) decided we should go out and snoop around.

The print was 8" by 9" from what we could tell. It appears to have 3 toes or pads, and after casting, it revealed claws or toenails.

The print was 8″ by 9″ from what we could tell. It appears to have 3 toes or pads, and after casting, it revealed claws or toenails.

When we entered the park, we saw that they had been staging controlled burns, especially along the trails. Most of the ground around the trails was charred and some areas were still smoking.

Within minutes of entering the parks picnic area, and deciding which trail to take, we noticed a suspicious print.

Since we brought a cast kit with us, we were able to cast on the spot.

Since we brought a cast kit with us, we were able to cast on the spot.

Luckily we had our casting kit with us, and we were close enough to the parking lot to make it easy to get supplies. The print was obviously fresh. While waiting for the cast to set, we tested the nearby ground and were

The ground was very solid, even jumping didn't make a dent. You can also see the scorch from the controlled burn.

The ground was very solid, even jumping didn’t make a dent. You can also see the scorch from the controlled burn.nearby ground and were

unable to make any mark due to the dryness of the substrate, so whatever made this mark was very heavy.

After the cast set, we brought the cast to the park’s ranger station and they were incredibly helpful, showing us animals that they had on display to give us an idea of foot size, however they were unable to identify the print, as the largest creature spotted in the area is the occasional black bear which has a print size of up to 5″ across, not the 8″ width that this print has.

We are posting photos to see if anyone can shed any light on

This photo shows that there are at least 3 or 4 claws or nails, and the red lines show the indentations along the print.

This photo shows that there are at least 3 or 4 claws or nails, and the red lines show the indentations along the print.

helping us identify the print, or has seen anything in the area, please report it to CPM at cryptopara@gmail.com

As you can see the print is about 8" by 9"

As you can see the print is about 8″ by 9″

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13 Comments

  1. Cooper Aycock says:

    how long ago was this

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  2. Crystal says:

    I have seen prints like this on tv, documentary, looks like Lizard Man

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  3. stacy says:

    I stay right up the street from the park, and must say this has made me a little nervous.

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  4. Thelma says:

    kinda look like a badger print to me,have they checked this animal out or seen one there before.

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  5. sasfootbigquatch says:

    Reblogged this on Armchair Bigfooter.

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  6. Sammy says:

    It’s Dr.Leroy or as he is better known now as Medoc……The Legend of Medoc Mountain.

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  7. Somebody body just trying to scare yall from that big weed crop up there. Don’t Go SNOOPING AROUND now YA HEOW BOI…..LoL

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  8. Inez P says:

    Maybe “Goat Baby” has relocated from Lancaster,PA.

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  9. Sue says:

    We have heard many tales of a big foot there. My husband swears he walked up on one while catching hunting dogs 2 years ago.

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  10. Stephen Nobles says:

    Legend of Medoc is funny but made up by the marathon organizers

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