Looks like a big rock maybe being carried for defense. I watched the Paul Freeman video, also. It was very good. I say leave them alone. They
don't appear to be a threat. If there is a large hominid more intelligent than humans residing in the wilderness, some people won't be satisfied
unless they are captured or all killed.
They might not appear to be a threat, but consider this....
If this species exists in such small numbers then they obviously need to breed, and i would bet that if its close enough to human then any
'humanoid' would do....so i believe that Bigfoot abducts and breeds human women to keep the species going...
The one comment under the video makes sense.
Someone suggested that it could have been a rock; many encounter reports involve rock-throwing behavior. Perhaps she was holding it as a defensive
"weapon" in case she felt the need to throw it to scare the people away. It could have even been for use as a tool of some sort, for example by
hitting a fish in the creek with it.
The object is visible way back at the beginning of the film. Watch the left hand as the angle changes. It has been observed that she doesn't swing the
left hand. Perhaps this is why. What do you think?
The first days of my Russian trip were spent in the Caucasus National Park. We operated out of a remote field camp operated by a very cordial and
industrious Armenian family. In these photos we survey the remarkably lush and diverse alpine meadows flanking Mt Fisht, the first in the chain of
peaks of the Caucasus spreading out to the southeast. My host, Dmitry Pirkulov is pictured next. Our guide, Islam Magomedov (center) was a district
ranger for UNESCO, and very familiar with the reports of the wildman from this region. More to come..."
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