Arizona Bigfoot researcher Mitch Waite says that Bigfoot buries its dead. In a Q & A session posted recently on his YouTube channel Waite says he and his researchers came across a grave of a Bigfoot. The grave was empty he said but you could tell by the tracks and other indications that it was a Bigfoot grave.
That puts a whole new slant on Bigfoot. In my own research I felt pretty certain that it was some form of North America ape or some offshoot of Gigantopithecus. But apes and giganto don’t/didn’t bury their dead. We know from the anthropological evidence that Neanderthals did as well as other of our ancestors. Burying the dead is distinctly human. So if Bigfoot bury’s its dead then it must be human, at least in part.
Bigfoot exhibits a lot of ape-like behavior including whooping sounds, rock throwing, using sticks as tools to dig, nest making, walking on all fours (at times). Burial of the dead does not fit in with primate behavior. So just exactly what is Bigfoot if it is not some giganto offshoot or giganto itself?
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Waite also says that Bigfoot skins their kills by first removing the head and internal organs and skinning the animal by pulling the skin from the neck down. Bigfoot does something with the head as all the kills he’s found are headless with heads nowhere to be found. He suggests that perhaps they bury them in some sort of ritual or something. He speaks about this phenomena in the following video:
Waite says there may be subspecies in the Bigfoot species with some looking very human and others looking very primitive and ape like. He has several pics on his website which is:
In a MonsterQuest episode entitled “The Curse of the Monkey Man” the following is noted:
Roman historian Phliny the Elder wrote of a monkey like tribe called the Cromande. He described them as a forest tribe that has no speech but a horrible scream, hairy bodies, keen gray eyes, and the teeth of a dog.
British settle Henry Pittington wrote of an unknown forest race of mysterious monkey men while living in India. In 1824 on his plantation in India a group of his laborers stumbled upon two bizarre creatures. The two monkey people, as the locals call them, appeared almost dead from starvation. The laborers captured the creatures and delivered them to Pittington. He studied them and recorded his description of them. The creatures were short with flat noses. Their arms were disproportionately long. Some of the hair on their bodies was reddish and their skin was black. Pittington made arrangements to send the pair to Calcutta for further study but the creatures escaped in the night. They could not be found.
Even today the people of India continue to report encounters with the monkey men.
American Indian tribes also have accounts of such creatures. They consider them a tribe of hairy men.
Regarding the following photo the story goes that in 1894 in the wilds of Western Canada some trappers and mountain men encountered a bigfoot and shot it. They then took a photo of the creature. The photo has some writing on the back. Reportedly it belongs to Lyle Billett. On the back of the photo is says “Year 1894. Yalikom River Around Lilliott B.C. Forestry-Hudsonbay Co.” They took the photo and the guy who was in the photo with the creature went and stole them back from the forestry records (hudsonbay co.). His last name was Holiday. He didn’t take all the photos (they apparently took more than one) but only one.
The following photo comes from the Navajo Indian Reservation in 2013: