The first recorded story of foot print dates back to 1811. the well-known explorer and trader David Thompson was crossing the Rockies towards the mouth of the Columbia river when, at the site of modern Jasper, Alberta, he and his companion came upon a foot print fourteen inches by eight inches, with four toes and claw marks. Thompson thought it was probably a grizzly bear, but his companion insisted that it could not have been a bear because bears have five toes.
Other peculiar structure on the rocks resembles to a butterfly or some other flying birds or object. It is carved just below the foot prints. I am not able to correlate the relationship between the twos.
These footprints are under threat as rocks of these areas are being mined for building purpose. Till today rock containing these structures is being protected by villagers. Similar carved structures have been reported from the different parts of the Jharkhand state which still needs attention from the Jharkhand Government.
We live in a highly advanced, technical world, but there are nevertheless a great many mysteries all around us. Ancient places and mysterious beings, sunken worlds and cultures, landscapes imbued with symbolism, unexplained apparitions, and unbelievable finds from ancient times- all of these remain mysteries for humankind, despite intense investigations.