posted on Mar, 10 2011 @ 12:50 PM
I'm willing to bend my way around rational, proven reality to accept theories if they seem to make sense and fill in gaps without completely denying
existence as we know it. I believe these creatures exist, but I came to some thoughts about them years ago.
My main theory, and again this requires a measurable amount of "quasi-faith", is that these creatures are multi-dimensional. I've had my
experiences in my life that lead me to believe there are concurrent multiple dimensions, layers of existence. What if these creatures don't spend all
of their life in our plane of existence? What if these sightings are of actually instances where these creatures have "bled through" the barrier
between their reality and our own? We never find bodies. They quickly disappear. We may find evidence of their involvement in an event: throwing of
rocks/branches, broken trees, foot prints, smells, etc. But we, like nearly every skeptical argument, have yet to hold scientific, physical evidence
of these things. How? Why?
Writing this off as hokey is the same, to me, as writing off Bigfoot as hokey in general. We have no way to prove there exist or do not exist this
species of creature. Therefore, we have no way to prove or disprove that my theory is anymore right or wrong than the next.
Bottom line is that we all take to these stories, these myths, these fables, that are handed down by families and friends for generations. Why do we?
They're entertaining. They interest us. Let it be what it is. If someone believes the stories or maybe believes they have sighted one of these
insanely elusive creatures with their own eyes, let them. They aren't hurting anyone. Sure, they can't prove that they really saw what they say they
did. But you can't prove that they didn't.
Its all about accepting each other and what we all believe. That's what makes us all different.