The Texas drought has made new revelations possible. A platform in the Paluxy River bed near Glen Rose, Texas has been exposed by consulting geologist, Dr. Don Patton and volunteer workers, revealing three dramatic trails of dinosaur tracks. The primary trail consists of 136 consecutive tracks, extending over 400 feet. The primary trail is finally obscured at the upper end by erosion for a distance of about thirty feet and then the trail appears again for another twenty-one consecutive tracks, making a total of 157 tracks, extending over 500 feet. The prints are deep and incredibly detailed. The work of uncovering and cleaning the trails began September 9th and continued through October 14.
It was conducted under the auspices of the
Metroplex Institute Of Origin Science (Dr. Don Patton) and the
Creation Evidence Museum (Dr. Carl Baugh).
Field notes from investigations of the area in the late seventies indicate that Mike Turnage actually detected the long trail with his feet under several feet of water. In view of this, it has been has determined that this exciting, historic new trail be designated "The Turnage-Patton Trail."
FOR THE FULL STORY OF THIS HISTORIC FIND,
WITH A LOT OF FASCINATING PHOTOS
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