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Bob Gymlans Sasquatch Investigations

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posted on Apr, 25 2017 @ 10:48 AM
Hello ATS,

Being someone living in South Australia all I've got to worry about are spiders, snakes and sharks. So naturally the idea of a bear roaming around in the forests let alone the possibility of a giant ape roaming around makes for a very good story to listen to in the depths of the night.

Started off thinking it was absolute BS, but after scouring the internet for some time (still enjoying the stories), there were always those few accounts that prevented me from outright disbelief.

I posted here because I'd like to share with you one channel I've discovered that IMO has sound analysis.

Bob Gymlan

P.S fascinating and unsettling eye-witness account

posted on Apr, 25 2017 @ 12:35 PM
a reply to: apexmussel

The amount of people that end up drowning in the Spokane river
is truly eerie. I was there last summer and they found a jogger
in the river. And they found someone else just before I got
there in march. I would imagine the lungs on this thing would
provide it with unheard of aquatic skills making it damn near
amphibious. The spokane runs right thru the city up there.

I got out of my truck one time on the way up to
yosemite. My partner Joe stayed in the passenger seat while
I went to the back of the truck to urinate in the grass. Maybe 20
yards to the thick forest something was just inside the thicket.
The sound and rattling of the forest it made caused me to zip
up my thingy after I finished. I screamed all the way back to the drivers
seat not seeing anything. Joe said wtf was that? I said I think
it was a dinosaur but that's not why I was screaming.

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posted on Apr, 25 2017 @ 07:12 PM
a reply to: apexmussel

You have Yowie down under, don't you?


posted on Apr, 26 2017 @ 12:57 AM
a reply to: Gryphon66

Along with the rainbow serpent that was the major component of their dreamtime.
There were two distinctive creatures that dominated aboriginal lore.

Two creatures on the top left and right

The fat squat guys with the big ears and tail are Imjim and the tall guys with the long graceful arms are Timara.

The story goes that the Timara were generally viewed as an ally to the locals and the Imjims were feared as they would prey on the children.
The stories consisted of the two often at war.
The natives were also known to fight alongside the Timara in battle.

There is one fascinating story named Turramulli The Giant Quinkin that tells about a terrifying creature, not unlike what they call Yowie.

I would be hesitant to say he's still here though.

posted on Apr, 26 2017 @ 08:53 AM
a reply to: apexmussel

Thank you! I am a great fan of petroglyphs and cave art!

As far as Yowie goes ... there's a pretty decent modern mythology (at least) that says he's still there.

Now, I'll be the first to grant you that it's likely more a matter of interpretation as anything else.

As far as "scary tales" however, Yowie seems to be in a really bad mood a lot of the time.

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