posted on Feb, 25 2012 @ 08:03 PM
reply to post by CharlesBronson
This is the classic argument for the nonexistence of Bigfoots, Yetis, Almas, Mawas, Yerens, Yowies, Orang Pendeks and other relict hominids.
It’s a good argument as far as it goes. But what are the chances of finding a whole dead body of anything in the woods? Very slim. My friends found
a dead bobcat once, but they had to scale a waterfall from a deep pool to do it. I’ve found any dead anything. In regions where there is a huge deer
population, you can find a few deer bones here and there. You will certainly never find a whole skeleton or a whole dead deer unless it’s
Most animals are not discovered by finding a dead body or bones. They are found by shooting a specimen, which is then called a type specimen, and is
thereby known to science.
Bigfoots appear to carry off their dead. They are sometimes hit by cars, but in those cases, the Bigfoots usually just ran off after being hit by the
cars. In one case, a woman hit a Bigfoot and was killed in the accident. The Bigfoot was also killed. Authorities sealed off the area, and when
researchers went back the next day, the body was gone.
In the past 35 years or so, there are reports of a government coverup regarding dead and injured Bigfoots. Prior to 35 years ago, we received no such
reports outside the military.
Bigfoots live in family groups. Where you see one, there are others about. Bigfoots seem to carry off their dead. In the Siege of Honobia in Oklahoma,
a Bigfoot was shot and possibly killed, but was apparently carried off by the others. A roadkilled Bigfoot would probably be carried off by the
There is also evidence that Bigfoots bury their dead.