Bluffs hunter says he believes print he spotted in Iowa's Loess Hills belongs to Bigfoot

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Posted: Saturday, September 14, 2013 12:00 am

Richard Rohrberg didn't think he would find signs of Bigfoot while deer hunting in rural Harrison County on his mother's birthday.

The 65-year-old Council Bluffs man – who has hunted the backwoods of southwest Iowa for 50 years – says he spotted what he believes is the creature's footprint Sept. 2 in the Loess Hills near Magnolia. An expert on Bigfoot sightings, however, believes the print is a collection of deer tracks.

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