A Thompsonville, Illinois Farmer found a few unknown tracks on his property recently. Could this be a Bigfoot? Has anyone ever heard or read the term ‘Honey Bear’ in reference to a Bigfoot?
I received the following information from a reader:
“Hello, Lon. A buddy of mine lives 5 hours south of Chicago and found this track on his family farm.
They were out walking the property and found two different types of tracks in the mud. It had rained a few days before. Both sets were heading from a tree line to a little pond they have there. His family has owned the property for a few generations.
His grandmother told him that back in the 60s she was sitting on the porch and she saw what she called a “honey bear” in the field across the road standing on two legs.
The farm is in an area referred to as Corinth. It’s 6 miles south of Thompsonville, Illinois (Franklin County).”
NOTE: it looks to me like, at least, the top image could very well be that of a Bigfoot. The other track looks to be somewhat older and washed out. The location is northeast of Shawnee National Forest, an area well-known for Bigfoot activity.
Has anyone ever heard or read the term ‘Honey Bear’ in reference to a Bigfoot or any other creature in the area? Take a look and tell me what you think. Lon
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