Has there been any human fossils found with dinosaur fossils? There has been some human fossils of footprints, skulls, and partial skeletons found, but there are reasons why not much of them have been found with dinosaur fossils.
In Glen Rose, Texas in a former riverbed of the Pulaxy river, they have found human footprints with dinosaur footprints. These human footprints next to the dinosaur footprints are in the running mode. What were they running from? Answer : Noah's Flood.
William J. Meister, Sr., of Delta, Utah, on June 1, 1968, found a slab of rock, 43 miles northwest of Delta, Utah, at Antelope Springs, Utah, that shows two 10 inch shoe prints with a trilobite smashed under one of the heels. Trilobites according to the Geologic Column were in the Cambrian strata some 570 million years ago. (William J. Meister, Sr.,"Discovery of Trilobite Fossils in Shod Footprint of Human in 'Trilobite Beds' - A Cambrian Formation - Antelope Springs, Utah," in Why Not Creation?, !970 )
The Freiberg skull, a fossilized human skull was found in solid coal in Germany in 1842. When the coal was broken open, the skull was found inside. "In the coal collection in the Mining Academy in Freiberg (Saxony), there is a puzzling human skull composed of brown coal and manganiferions and phosphatic limonite. This skull was described by Karsten and Dechen in 1842. (Otto Slutzer, "Geology of Coal" (1940), p.271)
In 1812, on the coast of the French Carribbean island of Guadeloupe, a almost- complete skeleton of a woman was found in limestone which supposed to be 28 million years old. The limestone sheet, in which the skeleton was encased, was hard, thick, and over a mile in length.
There is reasons why we do not find human skeleton fossils with dinosaur fossils. It is because fossils are formed when buried in sediment beneath moving water. Land vertebrates, especially mammals, bloat when dead and float in water. They also dismember easily and fairly quickly disintegrate or are scavenged in a water environment. The processes acting during the Flood would tend to destroy soft-bodied organisms and preserve those with hard outer shells. Human bodies have a low fossilization potential. The larger dinosaurs would of died and been buried sooner than the much lighter humans. Of all living things, humans are among the least in number. Even if all were preserved and evenly distributed throughout the world's 350 cubic miles of Flood sediments, the chance of exposure, discovery, recognition, and reporting of even one human fossil would be extremely remote.
The worldwide Flood in Noah's day was a global cataclysmic event, mainly used for the destruction of mankind. Only eight survived (Noah, and his wife, Shem, Ham, Japheth, and their wives) (Genesis 7:7),(2 Peter 2:5).