Bigfoot on Mars?


I produced these images from actual satellite imagery from Google/Mars.

I have never been a believer of “The Bigfoot anomaly.” This anomaly was found while scanning the satellite imagery over Mars on Google/Mars and this happened quite unexpectedly. Bigfoot was the furthest thing from my mind.

This next picture reveals that the creatures are from 8 to 12 feet tall and that there seems to be children present as well. You can certainly see the difference between a smaller creature and a larger one squatting or sitting.


The adults seem to be very busy as if tending crops, gathering or farming while the children seem to be sitting in the bushes.

The ancient Egyptians spoke of “”The ladder to the realm of the ‘Star Gods’. According to Egyptian priest they were able to travel to other worlds including Mars via a network of ladders or portals located within the “Underworld” or Egyptian Labyrinth.

Paradoxically, i am not a believer of “The Bigfoot creature”. Yet here exists this anomaly.

This image shows one location where the anomaly can be found.

This image (above) reveals that the size of the creatures are between 8 and 12 feet. in addition, there seems to be “children” 2 to 3 feet in height.


This is the latitude:   8°41’9.24″S

This is the Longitude:   79°39’56.85″E

Wow! Another harvester just showed up; now there is two!

I took the first picture depicting one machine six months ago. Today another machine showed up!

I will have to make some comparisons between the two machines

Close up enhanced

I was about to dismiss this this anomaly as a crater when the other one showed up.

The rectangle image measures about 350 ft. by 380 ft.

They do appear to be excavating and there seems to be roads and “tracks” left by them. I realize that the original satellite imagery is all square pixels but you have to admit this is kind of odd.


I found this picture in the location located above. I call this “The Harvester” I have found these in several locations on Mars, all of which appear in these vegetation areas.