posted on Dec, 20 2011 @ 04:23 PM
reply to post by predator0187
I wonder if there is Bigfoot up there?
What an interesting post. I find the idea of prehistoric creatures roaming forgotten and hard to reach wilderness around the globe to be an intriguing
possibility. I've heard stories there had been sightings of a triceratops like creature in the Grampians (Victorian mountain range) by lost tourists,
campers and hikers.
We even have our own "Bigfoot" although the native Aboriginals called them Yowies. The Aboriginal people tried to warn Captain Cook and his men when
the Brits tried to kill them that they were the least of their problems and that should be more concerned about the hairy mountain men that came down
every now and then to make war. The Aboriginals say they drove the "Yowies back up the mountains with their fire, spears, woomera and boomerangs.
Despite their size, the Yowies had rudimentary weapons.
Sightings of Bigfoot like creatures or Yowies are mostly confined now to the Blue Mountains and other out of the way mountainous regions. In all the
sightings of these creatures, not one has ended in tragedy (that we know of). In all cases the Yowie simply tried to scare the witness away by either
throwing rocks, rushing them or roaring at them. These creatures are always said to be accompanied by a foul smell. (Interesting re the heated sulphur
pools, perhaps where they bathe?)
In any case, something is up there to leave a trail of decapitated bodies and a man frozen by the fire. The frozen man springs to mind the terrible
encounter at Dyatlov Pass where all the team members who were experienced skiiers died under mysterious circumstances.