Teepee structures and limb formations:
Though the meaning of such formations is not known, they tend to be found in active bigfoot areas. Some of these structures can be very elaborite. When examining one of these structures, it is good to note the surrounding tree types. This is a good aide in determining if the structure is naturally formed or manufactured. If the majority of the formation is made with limbs or trees dragged from another area, it is safe to say this is not a natural formation
These have been found in active bigfoot areas, the meaning of these is unknown. There are various types of these formations, some rocks used can be as large as a small car.
Stacked rocks found by: Johnny Henderson
Footprints of any cryptid are usually easy to pick out from the natural surroundings, they differ from that of any of the indigenous fauna. The best place to find footprints, is in cleared soft substrate, like mud or soft dirt. It is always good to bring a casting kit out with you to be able to capture an impression of the print. Before doing so it is good to take pictures of it, just in case you get a bad cast.
Possible bigfoot print found by: Johnny Henderson
Possible dogman or bigfoot track found by: Gene McCauley
Pictures of Cryptids:
These are pictures that have been taken of cryptids.
These pictures were taken by Scott E. Carpenter in TN.
Image of the bigfoot known as Fox from the Carter Farm, image captured by: Mary Green, enhanced by: Scott Carpenter
Video still captured by: Mary Green, enhanced by Scott Carpenter