posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 02:48 AM
reply to post by truthontheloose
I would respond, first, with "why do creatures like this have
to kill people?"
Who's to say Bigfoot can't sustain himself off of plants and other small game? Is there a tendency among other apes, gorillas, monkeys, or humans to
eat their own, or related species? We're omnivores, so why wouldn't another humanoid be as well?
Faeries, according to Celtic myth and legend, are quite fond of sweets and other types of cream, not human flesh. It wasn't until the Christian
invasion that Celtic faeries became tiny despicable creatures who kidnapped children and demanded human sacrifice.
Even vampires are privy to drinking blood, not slaughtering human beings. Who's to say they can't sustain themselves off of merely drinking blood
(as those with the medical abnormality do) instead of killing us like human-cattle?
As for werewolves, despite their half-human curse, regular wolves are more inclined to hunt smaller, weaker prey than to go after larger, more
stubborn and deadly prey when acting alone.
I think it is the wrong way to approach unidentified creatures thinking that they must automatically be interested in interacting with, and
specifically harming, human beings. Consider how many new species of insect, and larger animals, are discovered by scientists every year. None of
creatures went looking to find and harm us. We
had to keep searching in order to find them
~ Wandering Scribe