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Re: Trackprints in Texas

It is well-known that the original "dinosaur" tracks were physically
altered one evening.

There are photos extant which were taken decades ago that show them to
have had, for example, four toes.

In the dark of night, "someone" came and dug out a fifth toe on certain
tracks. Voila! Instant human footprints.

Robert Johnson wrote:

> Mr. Wicks --
> The dino tracks are definitely there, but the tracks alongside being
> human have turned into another urban legend.
> So the jury is still out. If anyone can prove the auxiliary tracks are
> human, they will surely become famous.
> Bobby

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