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We offer all things Bigfoot, Sasquatch, and Yeti related. We have the largest collection of top quality footprint cast replicas available for sale anywhere online and are adding more all the time.
Most bigfoot casts are available in hydrostone (which is stronger than plaster). The "cripple foot" prints #1 and 2 are in resin only.
We are always looking for new specimens if you have anything you would like to sell or trade please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know.
Bigfoot print cast from Yosemite National Park 2008
This is a brand new find from 2008. I am molding this from an original Bigfoot print which I own, so the quality and detail is excellant in this first generation cast.
Print measures 13" and was found Near Yosemite National Park in east central California, United States. The track has been studied and is well documented..
We will be prepping this amazing print for molding soon.
If you would like to be notified when casts are available please call or email us. You can also preorder this cast.
The Yeti or Abominable Snowman is an apelike animal cryptid said to inhabit the Himalaya region of Nepal and Tibet. The names Yeti and Meh-Teh are commonly used by the people indigenous to the region, and are part of their history and mythology. Nepalese have various names for Yeti like "Bonmanche" which means "wild man" or "Kangchenjunga rachyyas" which means "Kanchanjunga's demon."
Many in the scientific community largely dismisses the Yeti as a fraud supported by legend and weak evidence, yet it remains one of the most famous creatures of cryptozoology. The Yeti can be considered a Himalayan parallel to Bigfoot (Sasquatch).
A number of prints were discovered in snow and ice by Eric Shipton (1907-1977) a distinguished British Himalayan mountaineer. Shipton photographed the prints in 1951 in the Gauri Sankar Range, Himalayas. This print shows an opposable big toe common to all apes.
There were some cracks in the original that will be reproduced in each cast made.
Cracks show at top by big toe, and across just under the toes as well as midway up from the heel.
This cast is number 227 of 782 in the series of footprints left by this "unknown" creature.
purchasing the cast only. The wood plaque is not available.
Kokanee footprint cast replica 227
This cast is believed to be one of Ray Wallace's hoaxed prints. We sell casts of this print not to perpetuate
the hoax, but to aid other researchers in their quest for more information. Great for a comparison piece
on real vs. faked prints.
After spending nearly 3 months trekking up Nepal's Arun River Valley on a recon mission for a
future expedition with Tom Slick, Peter Byrne found a set of yeti footprints in the Chhoyang
Khola at 10,000 feet altitude. The prints were identical to those Byrne had seen before in
years past. They were approximately ten inches in length and of similar construction. Slick,
working with a separate party in another area discovered a second set of footprints, some of which he casted.
In 1957, Tom Slick financed and led an expedition to the mountains of Nepal to search for the
Yeti. They wanted to uncover solid proof that there was an unknown primate living there. They
hoped the discovery would help science and medicine learn more about illness and disease from
a species that reportedly is very similar to man. They found bedding areas that were similar
to ones made by the mountain gorilla. They also took many hair and dropping samples that were
packed away and forgotten for many years. When the items were finally tested, they found parasites
from an unknown primate in the dropping samples
Zack Clothier's Reconstruction Track Cast Replica of Loren Coleman's "NAPE" (North American Ape) Footprint/Track
The footprint was allegedly discovered in a side branch (a dry creek bed) of the Steven's Creek, near Decatur, Illinois and was Documanted by Loren Coleman in 1962 allegedly of a North American Ape (NAPE) During his Investigation of a Wave of Sightings of a Upright Bipedal Chimpanzee-Like Creature. The Track Coleman Documented was Old & Heavily Weathered. See Loren Coleman's "Cryptozoology A to Z" for full Case details.
This is a Reconstruction of the Track as it Might Have Originally Appeared, Based on the Original Weathered Track. It was Created & Sold by Zack Clothier about 8 Years or so ago.
This Track Cast Measures 9 1/2 Inches Long, 6 Inches Wide & 1 inch thick.
Patterson/Gimlin Film "Bluff Creek" or "Patty" Bigfoot Cast / Patterson Bigfoot print replica 1967
Here is the footprint that started it all! Available now is the famous "Bluff Creek" (or "Patty") footprint cast. The Patterson print was made after Roger Patterson filmed his famous Bigfoot video in October 1967 in the Bluff Creek sandbar. This cast is 14 1/2 inches long and 6 inches wide.
Meldrum: "Patterson-Gimlin Film Subject
In October 1967, Roger Patterson and Bob Gimlin claimed to have captured on film a female Bigfoot retreating across a loamy sandbar on Bluff Creek, in northern California. The film provides a view of the plantar surface of the subject's foot, as well as several unobstructed views of step cycles. In addition to a prominent elongated heel, a midtarsal break is apparent during midstance and considerable flexion of the midtarsus can be seen during the swing phase. The subject left a long series of deeply impressed footprints. Patterson cast single examples of a right and a left footprint. The next day the site was visited by Robert Laverty, a timber management assistant and his sales crew. He took several photographs including one of a footprint exhibiting a pronounced pressure ridge in the midtarsal region. This same footprint, along with nine others in a series, was cast two weeks later by Bob Titmus, a Canadian taxidermist."
Customer review: "This looks great in my office. A great conversation peice"
Most bigfoot casts have a loop of string or wire on the back for hanging.
Bigfoot print Patty #2 Found by Bob Titmus 1967
Patterson cast #2.
Here is a second print from the famous Patterson video. This print has a mid-tarsal break (as found in the original) from the original Patterson / Gimlin site. This print was cast 9 days after the sighting by Bob Titmus on October 29,1967.
It is labled (on the back of our original) "Titmus / Gimlin print".
It also includes the following information: "It was found October, 29, 1967 in Bluff Creek, California"
This cast measures 14 inches long and 5 3/4 inches wide at its widest point.
Loren Coleman has recently (5/17/13)stated that this cast and the Patterson "Patty" cast (above) "....appear to be different merely due to copying processes. Or as Cliff Barackman stated it simply to [Loren] in an email, "These two are the same, just different generations of the same cast."
We provide them both here as they show varying degrees of detail in different parts of each print.
We appreciated Mr. Coleman's expertise and information in regards to this issue.
Two plaster casts have been obtained of handprints of the reputed Sasquatch. The prints measure more than half again greater than normal human hands and are relatively very broad. The thumb is non-opposable and there is correspondingly no elevation of the thenar eminence
During the summer of 1970, handprints of two of these animals were photographed and plaster casts of them were made by Ivan Marx, a game guide in northeastern Washington state. Marx loaned the original casts to Grover Krantz who then made latex molds from them in order to produce exact duplicates for further study.
Dr. Krantz passed away in 2002, but copies of this hand print are available here at BigFootCasts.com
An unexpected trait is the non-opposable thumb. The hand strongly suggests one designed for digging into the ground and for raking berries from bushes rather than being primarily for manipulating objects. Flexing all five digits in the same direction would best facilitate the suggested functions. Heavy callousing, including along all margins, would also be expected to follow from such uses.
Cast from a Texas Bigfoot case investigated near Bandera Texas.
Information from the gentleman that supplied the print to us:
"It was made from a print in Texas that I investigated back around
1973. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have all these years
I was in Texas investigating the case back in the 70's. It was
actually made by a Deputy while I was on scene with him. Quite a few
witnesses. The location was in a place called Bandera, near Medina
Lake Texas. there were several prints but only one survived the rain
before we got there. Since a rancher who was a witness had the smarts to cover it
with a metal box and protect the sides with waterprof material so water would not
That's about it Thanks, Phil.
This foot print is mentioned in the book "Files From The Edge".
The print measures 18 inches long by 8 inches wide.
Photo shown is a copy but was claimed to be the original cast taken on site.
Update 5/13/13: It appears that this print was not discovered in the 70's as claimed by Phil, but actually just a copy of the Umatilla print (available for $30 below). Why he would claim it was a different footprint is anyone's guess. It is sad that so much misinformation exists in this field of research.
Paul Freeman's "Wrinkle Foot" casts 1984 "Wrinkle Foot" Bigfoot Left and Right Prints
"Wrinkle Foot" Left and Right
footprints of a small bigfoot individual. These were cast by Paul Freeman in the Blue Mountains in 1984.
Edward Palma and Robert Olsen saw small patches of dermal ridges in the casts, but there are almost overwhelmed by extensive wrinkling over much of the foot surface. Thse tracks are also not very good mirror images [the left is different from the right] in the gross relief of their bottoms. I suspect that this is a very old female individual who is semi-crippled.
In 1984, Paul Freeman cast a set of both right and left tracks in the Blue Mountains of Washington/Oregon states. This is not the same place as Blue Creek Mountain of California. Another bit of confussion? These casts became known as "Wrinkle foot". Not very well documented in the literature. Grover Krantz almost off-handedly mentions them in his book "Bigfoot-Prints: A scientific inquiry into the reality of Sasquatch".
Over the years, Paul Freeman developed a shady reputation concerning the subject, some saying even resorting to hoaxing evidence, so not much attention was given to this man or his evidence, except by the local media.
Grover Krantz attempted to duplicate the ridge patterns he found on these casts with combs and other items. Later, even others explored this approach with the serrated edge of butter knives. The results were all less then successful. They lacked details such as what appeared to be sweat pores, symmetrically placed along the tops of the ridges. The over all dimensions were also grossly enlarged caricatures of what now Grover felt might be definitive proof for these animals existence. (cryptomundo).
Umatilla Nat. Forest
This print was discovered by Paul Freeman in 1982.
It was found in Umatilla National Forest Walla Walla, Washington (USA).
The Umatilla National Forest, located in the Blue Mountains of southeast Washington and northeast Oregon, covers 1.4 million acres of diverse landscapes and plant communities. The Forest has some mountainous terrain, but most of the Forest consists of v-shaped valleys separated by narrow ridges or plateaus.
This is a half of a Bigfoot foot print discovered by Jeff Meldrum at Mill Creek, LA 2/18/96
Jeff Meldrum on the half track: "Evidence of a Midtarsal Break
Perhaps the most significant observation relating to this trackway was the evidence of a pronounced flexibility in the midtarsal joint. Several examples of midfoot pressure ridges indicate a greater range of flexion at the transverse tarsal joint than permitted in the normal human tarsus. This is especially manifest in the footprint figured below, in which a heel impression is absent. Evidently, the hindfoot was elevated at the time of contact by the midfoot. Due to the muddy conditions, the foot slipped backward, as indicated by the toe slide-ins, and a ridge of mud was pushed up behind the midtarsal region."
The prints from Hyampon, (Northern) California were found by Bob Titmus in April 1963.
A black and white picture of the Hyampom cast appears on page 9 of John Green's Encounters With Bigfoot which is an 1980 update of Year of the Sasquatch originally published in 1970.
A different track from Hyampom is pictured in Year of the Sasquatch on page 61.
Hyampom is an unincorporated community located within Trinity County in California. Hyampom, California is at coordinates: 40°37'03"N 123°27'05"W / 40.6175, -123.45139
Jeff Meldrum has made statements indicating that the Hyampom cast (which may exhibit Sasquatch dermal ridges) was made in mud. Murphy includes a photograph that even shows standing water in one of the Hyampom tracks.
"Example of Foot Pathology
The track of an individual with a presumed cripple foot was discovered in Bossburg, Washington in 1969. The malformed right foot has been previously misidentified as a case of talipes equinoverus (clubfoot). However, it is consistent with the general condition of pes cavus, specifically metatarsus adductus or possibly skewfoot. Its unilateral manifestation makes it more likely that the individual was suffering from a lesion on the spinal cord rather than a congenital deformity. Regardless of the epidemiology, the pathology highlights the evident distinctions of skeletal anatomy. The prominent bunnionettes on the lateral margin of the foot mark the positions of the calcaneocuboid and cuboideometatarsal joints, which are positioned more distal than in a human foot. This accords with the inferred position of the transverse tarsal joint and confirms the elongation of the heel segment. Furthermore, deformities and malalignments of the digits permit inferences about the positions of interphalangeal joints and relative toe lengths, as depicted in the reconstructed skeletal anatomy depicted below."
The injured foot measures 17 1/2" long, 7" wide, and the normal foot is 16 1/2" long by 9 1/2" wide.
Bossburg "Cripple foot" casts. This is a pair of footprint impressions from a crippled Sasquatch, or Bigfoot, from Northeastern Washington State, cast and reconstructed by Dr. Grover Krantz, Professor of Anthropology at Washington State Universty.
Photo of Dr. Grover Krantz
By analyzing the differences between the deformed and normal prints, Dr. Krantz reconstructed the skeletal structure of the feet, and concluded the prints were made by a non-human, large-massed bipedal animal consistant with descriptions given in bigfoot sightings, and that due to their precise conformity to adaptations needed for the bipedal locomotion of such a large animal, fakery would be nearly impossible.
This set is available in resin only. Produced by "Bone Clones", these casts are licensed by the estate of Grover Krantz and a royalty is paid to his estate for each purchase. The "Cripple foot" Bigfoot / Gigantopithecus blacki casts are $48 each or $90 for the set (plus shipping).
August of 1967, John Green cast an old track he found on a dirt road running between Blue Creek and Onion Mountain. It soon became labeled the Blue Creek Mt cast. He wrote of it in some of his earlier publications.
Here was a cast that had many ridges running in circular formations all over it, showing all the signs of friction ridges found on all primate feet and hands. John made a statement once about seeing these lines in an actual track but later corrected this by saying that one night while there (northern California) he was called over to a track by some of his companions and by flashlight saw ridges in its sole. He thought – Oh No! Someone is faking these tracks with wooden feet. The misconception about all of this was the name given the track and cast – Blue Creek Mt. – when years later he realized that the shadows in pictures placed these tracks closer to Onion Mt, so the name was changed. This didn’t make front-page news but did confuse people who were studying it. The ridges he witnessed that night was also assumed to have been in the bottom of the track producing this cast. It was not. (cryptomundo)
Also available for trade.
Casts have a wire on the back for hanging.
Grays Harbor Hereford Bigfoot print casts
Here are 5 casts of Big Foot / Yeti / Sasquatch (Footprint casts. Left and right) The prints are from Grays Harbor County, Washington.
The Bigfoot "Hereford prints" (sic: "Heryford prints"), also called the "Abbot Hill prints", were cast by Sheriff Dennis Hereford on April 22, 1982 (one source gives the date as "mid 1960s") in Grays Harbor County, Washington.
Meldrum: "Deputy Sheriff Denny Hereford was one of several officers investigating footprints found by loggers on the Satsop River, in Grays Harbor County, Washington, in April 1982. The subject strode from the forest across a logging landing, then doubling its stride, left a series of half-tracks on its return to the treeline. Note the indications of the fifth metatarsal and calcaneocuboid joint on the lateral margin of the cast. The proximal margin of the half-track approximates the position of the calcaneocuboid joint."
$33 each (plus shipping)
Grays Harbor "A" cast $33 NOT AVAILABLE AT PRESENT (plus shipping)
These knuckle prints come from a line of prints known as the "dermals" which were discovered in 1982. This cast displays the knuckles of four fingers along with the thumb. The thumb shows a fingernail which is rotated in a position that is non-opposed (ape-like) position. This cast is 10 inches wide. This cast comes ready to display on a wall (loop on back) or flat on a table or shelf.
(I am also willing to trade casts for others you may have)
Knuckle print casts by Paul Freeman found in Elk Wallow, WA. in 1982.
Listed in Appendix B of Researcher Loren Coleman's 2003 Book, "Bigfoot: The True Story of Apes in America"
Laird Meadow Road Footprint cast 1964
Laird Meadow Road Footprint 1964
This footprint was found by Pat Graves on Laird Meadow Road, near Bluff Creek, California in 1964. During a conversation, Pat mentioned to Roger Patterson he had found the tracks just the day before. Roger hurried to the location, hoping to see the footprints himself; what he found was extraordinary.
The creature that made the tracks came down from a mountain, crossed Laird Meadow Road, continued down an old logging landing, and finally disapeared over a bank and into the woods, with an average stride of 52 inches. Each footprint was 17 inches long and 5 wide at the heel. The tracks were imprinted an inch and a half deep, far deeper than Roger's own footprints. Evidence of a flexible foot was seen in the prints, particularly when the foot had stepped on small rocks; the toes curled over them.
Patterson then made casts of the footprints. This is one of the casts made; it was left by a right foot. The life form that made this footprint is presumed to be a (large) male sasquatch, who's tracks were found in the area on several other occasions ranging in time from 1958 to 1963.
The Laird Road track has also erroneously been sold/traded under the name
"Bend OR 1971" and also "Kettle Falls 1969"
Kettle Falls, Washington 1969 discovered by Vauhn Bryant
The information given to us with this cast is as follows:
Kettle Falls Bigfoot print. Discovered in 1969 by Vauhn Bryant, PhD. Near a road by Kettle Falls, a city in Stevens County, Washington. It is named for the nearby Kettle Falls on the Columbia River, an ancient and important fishing site for Native Americans.
Loren Coleman clarifies that this is in fact the Laird Meadow track (available above).
Partial jaw replica of the largest primate that ever lived, found in Pleistocene China and Vietnam. This jaw measures 3.9x3.6x2.8in.(100x90x70mm). Many Bigfoot enthusiasts believe that Gigantopithecus might provide fossil evidence of Bigfoot.
Reconstruction by Dr. Grover Krantz based on large Chinese male fossil jaw, assuming bipedal posture and ape-sized brain. Produced by "Bone Clones" this cast is fully licensed by the estate of Grover Krantz.
Orang pendek footprint cast replica (Orang pendeck)
Sorry, not for sale.
Orang Pendek (Indonesian for "short person") is the most common name given to a cryptid, or unconfirmed animal, that reportedly inhabits remote, mountainous forests on the island of Sumatra.
The animal has allegedly been seen and documented for at least one hundred years by forest tribes, local villagers, Dutch colonists, and Western scientists and travelers. Consensus among witnesses is that the animal is a ground-dwelling, bipedal primate that is covered in short fur and stands between 80 centimetres (31 in) and 150 centimetres (59 in) tall
This cast was made from a footprint discovered by 3 British men, Adam Davies, Andrew Sanderson and Keith Townley while traveling in Kerinci. This, along with hair which was also found was analyzed by scientists from 2001 to 2003. Dr. David Chivers, a primate biologist from the University of Cambridge, compared the cast with those from other known primates and local animals and concluded: "...the cast of the footprint taken was definitely an ape with a unique blend of features from gibbon, orang-utan, chimpanzee, and human. From further examination the print did not match any known primate species and I can conclude that this points towards there being a large unknown primate in the forests of Sumatra." (Sanderson, Andrew and Adam Davies (2003). "Extreme Expeditions".)
This is a cast replica made from the original footprint of Orang pendek. It was discovered by Adam Davies in Sumatra.
Here is your chance to own a cast of this elusive creature.
This small track has nice claws.
$20 plus shipping.
The Chupacabra, also called el Chupacabras, from the Spanish words chupar, meaning "to suck", and cabra, meaning "goat"; literally "goat sucker") is a legendary cryptid rumored to inhabit parts of the Americas. It is associated more recently with sightings of an allegedly unknown animal in Puerto Rico (where these sightings were first reported), Mexico, and the United States, especially in the latter's Latin American communities. The name comes from the animal's reported habit of attacking and drinking the blood of livestock, especially goats.
Video still of an alleged Chupacabra caught by a DeWitt County, Texas Sheriff's Deputy on August 8, 2008.
Physical descriptions of the creature vary. Eyewitness sightings have been claimed as early as 1990 in Puerto Rico, and have since been reported as far north as Maine, and as far south as Chile.
We're always looking for new bigfoot casts. If you have any we don't please let us know. We will gladly buy copies from you or we can trade if you'd like.
Bigfoot Action Figure
Bigfoot Action Figure.
They’re big, they’re hairy, and they’re notoriously elusive! This 7-1/4" (18.4 cm) tall, hard vinyl Bigfoot Action Figure has stamps on the bottom of its feet and comes with a stamp pad so you can leave mysterious footprints on letters, walls and skin. Intricate articulation allows it to be posed just like frame 352 of the famous film footage. Illustrated blistercard.
Cryptozoological Play Set
Have we discovered all of the major species on this planet or are there some out there that have managed to avoid our prying eyes? This Cryptozoological Play Set features some famous creatures that most people have heard of, but few have ever seen. Are they real or are they just figments of an active imagination?
Each set includes five 1-3/4" (4.4 cm) to 4-1/2" (11.4 cm) tall, hard vinyl creatures: Chupacabra, Jersey Devil, Bigfoot, Mothman and the Loch Ness Monster. Includes illustrated blistercard.
Cryptozoological Play Set Price per set: $16 plus shipping.
Paul Freeman video shot in 1994. This is one of the more compelling bigfoot videos. There appears to be more than one creature, possibly a female. Apes are typically social animals. Upright walking apes like Homo erectus are often found in family groups. The best example of this is of "Peking man" whose fossils are found in China.
Coatis, genera Nasua and Nasuella, also known as Brazilian aardvarks, Mexican tejon, hog-nosed coons, pisotes, and snookum bears, are members of the raccoon family (Procyonidae). They are diurnal mammals native to South, Central, and south-western North America. The word "coatimundi" is a commonly used misnomer applied to solitary adult males of N. nasua. The term is reported to be derived from the Tupi language (Brazil).
The Alien Grey skull has been created by accomplished special effects artist, Matt Falls of Sideshow Inc. Capturing all
of the nuances of this hybrid breed,
the skull has the complete look and feel of the real thing. These life-size replicas are expertly cast, using the highest
quality resins available and show a high level of detail. Offered as a finished piece, you will find nothing on the market quite like it. Each skull comes with a smoked plexiglass stand for display purposes. If you're a believer, order this museum quality casting today!
Alien Grey (item #CC-05)
Measures 10" Long, 9" Wide, 9" high.
$195.00 (plus shipping)
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I love Bigfoot. I have been interested in Bigfoot and cryptozoology since I was a kid and saw my first book on "unknown creatures". I have searched for the best cast replicas of Bigfoot footprint casts for years, slowly building my collection. It was a fun but frustrating pursuit as many of these prints were not easily available. I have molded and cast these prints and put them all in one place, keeping my prices low enough so that all those interested in the subject can afford to study it. Do you have a print that I don't? I'd love to buy a copy. I am also willing to make trades for these casts. I can make molds of your prints if needed.