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Sunday, 10 November 2013

Good Contrast of Different Kinds of 'Bigfoot' from Indiana

The Facebook grou for Stonegraphics (in association with the Indiana Bigfoot organization) has this picture as their homepage picture, the banner for the page. It was posted by Gray Wolf and he gave me the permission to reprint it here. I did a double take when I saw it because I could tell at once the Bigfoots did not belong to the same species. To illustrate this specifically, I cut out the main part from the middle and edited it slightly to make it clearer below (Primarily I shortened the overly long arms of the creature on the  left hand side of the picture, when they were obviously meant to mirror the arms of the much more apelike creature on the right hand side of this cutout)

Here we have clearly: A) The larger Classic Sasquatch in the middle (not a native of this area to my understanding, but I could be mistaken)
B ), The Wildman type or Eastern Bigfoot at Left (Looking much like Heuvelmans' illustration for "Homo pongioides" and in Indiana we have both the footprints that are very like some of the Central Asian "Almas" tracks, plus some newspaper accounts of discoveries of Neanderthal-type skeletons)
And C) The smaller, more obviously apelike creature on the right (I have also picked out its special eyes, nostrils and big toes to match the reports better: I consider this face to be likely very near the truth with the eyes and nostrils situated I these positions. I may even have indicated the eyes as too far apart: the shape of the face around the eye sockets is very much like some of the fossil apes.)
The more apelike creatures are often distinctly reddish ("Auburn") and Loren Coleman indicates reports of NAPES in Southern Indiana as well as Illinois. They are fond of apples and other fruits, nuts and especially acorns and pine nuts (in pine cones) and will stockpiles hordes of these for lean times: they are also said to hibernate like bears over the winter although this has been denied.
The three types are a good match for the "Big Yeti, Wildman (Mi-go) and Little Yeti"as depicted along with Bernard Heuvelmans by his ex-wife on the commemorative postcard below:
The homepage picture above is donated by Steve Abney of the Hoosier Bigfooters:
Once more we again have striking confirmation that the skull of the Eastern Bigfoot creature much resembles that of the Neanderthal man. And Neanderthals are only another type of Homo sapiens, our own species. They are hairy people, much as many of the witnesses are saying these days. What scanty DNA analysis results we do have indicate that the DNA is  99.5% similar to modern humans, which happens to be the same as the Neanderthal range. This was never stated openly in the past.
Below is another picture of one of these Wildmen in obvious robust good health.
(The crown of the head is even somewhat TOO high here, but the idea is that the top of the head is high and rounded, more than pointed,and there is a good breath of obvious forehead often showing, giving a much more human-like appearance than in the far-Western Sasquatch type.
Jay Cooney reminded me that he had also published on the idea that Neanderthals were hairy in life: 
Related News Item: This just came in at the Facebook Page Bigfoot Believers...
This is the earliest known photograph of a possible Sasquatch footprint, taken in 1947 near Eureka, California. This shows evidence of footprints pre-1958, when the Bigfoot craze erupted and skeptics claims was the birth of a hoax

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