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On the west coast of Alaska the Yukon and Kuskokwim rivers empty into the Bering Sea creating one of the largest river Delta's in the world. Mostly covered in Tundra it is protected as part of the Yukon Delta National Wildlife Refuge. Eighty-five percent of the 25,000 residents are Alaskan Natives both Yupik Eskimos and Athabaskan Indians.
In Alaska they have a cryptid "Hairy Man" that goes by many names. The Delta Discovery, a local publication owned by Native Alaskans has been chronically the Hairy Man stories since February 2013. We have selected our favorites and provided links to each story.
reply to post by RUFFREADY
Nice set of historical sightings. Little simple but still better than nothing, and in my opinion sound pretty authentic.
What I find interesting is the one about the Nome miner killing one sounds very similar to what a caller to C2C told Art about 13 years back on one of his shows (may have been longer since I listened to it from an archive).
Cant remember the date the witness gave but id say its either the same guy or someone used that story as a basis, or the encounter was just real similar (I dont believe the guy on C2C cut up the body but he did dispose of it by burying it from fear of reprisal since it looked so human), Art bell even asked if the guy could take them to where it was buried... nothing came of it if I remember.
They mention that story has been told in a number of variants so who knows.
Neat little set of sightings though.