In 1972, the State of Texas established Dinosaur Valley State Park in Glen Rose. The area had become quite a tourist attraction because of the dinosaur tracks that had been found in the river bed.
Retired park rangers have told some people that they use to point out the tracks to visitors in the early 1970’s but after evolution became popular later in the 70’s they were forced to tell the public that there were no human tracks in the park.
When we investigated Dinosaur Valley State Park we were told by the park interpreter that there are not and have never been any man tracks in the park.
Jesse Diaz, a resident of Crowley, Texas, was in Dinosaur Valley State Park on grand opening day in 1972. In the interview below he recounts his entire eye opening experience.