posted on Jan, 10 2013 @ 04:36 PM
reply to post by samkent
That's a valid question. One that has occurred to many people. Including those of us who've seen him.
Think about this, if you will...
Nature has marvelous cleaning crews. Little critters who've nothing better to do than eat carrion. Crows, coyotes, myriad types of bugs, and on and
on. These reduce a body to next to nothing in very short order. Bones are dragged off by coyotes, bears, etc... to be gnawed upon at their
Here's another thought to consider.
I'm sure we've all seen, or heard about serial killers telling the police where they disposed of their victims? Even though authorities know
exactly where to look, how often do we hear that the search reveals little or nothing of them?
Natures little cleaning crews.
Add to that the sheer vastness of the wild areas even in a country as settled as the United States. Now double that for a nation the size of
Canada... Or Siberia? The odds on finding a Sasquatch corpse border on the astronomical.
They are intelligent, thinking, even feeling creatures who bury their dead in accordance to whatever ritual they may, or may not, have...