Sunday, October 16, 2016

What Are "Bigfoot"?

Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch in The Pacific Northwestern United States are believed to be both daylight and nocturnal roaming human-like beings. They are often described as either being partially or completely covered in body hair with the exception of the face. hands, feet and parts of the torso. Reports often come in that describe large foot impressions that measure in the ranges of 10 to 16 inches in length from toe to heel and up to 6 inches wide at the heel. Moreover, we have recieved reports in the past of Bigfoot being seen that are anywhere from six to 10 feet tall.

Bigfoot-type beings are also reported in other countries such as Russia (termed The Almasty), China (The Yeren), Sumatra (The Orang-Pendek), Australia (termed The Yowie), Nepal (The Yeti), Canada (termed Sasquatch, the name is also used in The United States) and South America (The Curinqueans). Most of Europe uses the same terms as found in The United States with the exception of Great Britain where it is sometimes associated with the many names of smaller villages such as "The Wildman of Kent" and so on. After 50 years of study by most all nations, it is still definitively "unknown" as to what these elusive beings actually are.