Founder Gini Mitchell writes on 1 April -
On our recent accessible nature walk to King's Wood, Kent, we were observing tracks in a muddy section of the path.
Along with horse hoofs and dogs paws we discovered some rather imposing large foot prints.
Wild with Wheels contacted friend Scott Wood, author of London Urban Legends: The Corpse on the Tube and the host and co-organiser of the London Fortean Society.
“Several years ago, there was a sighting of the Big Foot of Tunbridge Wells, widely reported at the time.
Scott said: Looking at the footprint size - about 20 inches long and ten inches wide, this could be a juvenile Yeti.
Scott noted that : "Yetis are usually found in the Himalayas rather than the Kent Downs. I think that it may be living in the Folkestone area and went for a sasquatch-style walk in the woods."
We are over the moon to have found such an amazing sign, that Yeti have been breeding in the Kent Downs AONB. At the time our mascot dog Kuwa was scared and growling a lot. We assumed he just wanted a biscuit.
The group had heard something large rustling in the Wood, but dismissed it as a deer. We think it could have been the Yeti and wish we had actually seen this rare species. It's so exciting, and can't wait to visit again.
When our scooters can get through the mud ..."
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