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2018 ETs, Bigfoot & other beings

   
> More evidence of Bigfoot in Cashiers, NC
> Actor Jimmy Stewart smuggled Yeti bone out of Asia
> North Georgia's Bigfoot Museum is worth seeing
> Archaic Japanese in Bigfoot language
> Famous "New World" explorers encountered giants
> Bigfoot seen swinging fire sticks
> Bigfoot footprint found near Spruce Pine, NC
 

 

 

 

 


 

More evidence of Bigfoot in Cashiers, NC

EDITOR’S NOTE:  Monday morning, April 2, 2018, we received a call from Glynis Heenan of Cashiers, NC about possible Bigfoot evidence she had discovered that morning.  She also emailed photos of two footprints she believes were made by the Bigfoot. Since the creature was walking in heavy brush, the prints are not clear but the unique Bigfoot smell indicates the elusive creature probably made them. Below is what Glynis told us.


“I was leaving the house about 7:50 a.m. to take my daughter to school and noticed the plastic trash bag I’d put on the porch had been opened. I thought that was odd because it hadn’t been torn open like a wild animal or a dog had gotten into it.  The tie string had been undone.

“At the same time, I felt a presence.  It felt sad and hungry.  I didn’t have time to think much more about it.

“Then on my way back home, about 8:10 a.m., I was driving with the window down and suddenly smelled that unpleasant Bigfoot smell.  It was in the same area where I’ve found Bigfoot prints before - and smelled the creatures too.  It also was about 100 yards from the spot where I’ve left food for them in the past.

“I stopped by the side of the gravel road and snapped two photos. The first footprint (R) is hard to see because it was in thick straw-like brush.  The second photo (below) shows a footprint further up the hill.  It’s easier to see because the creature stepped in soft soil.”


Glynis’ second footprint photo with an enlargement on the right

 

 


 

Actor Jimmy Stewart smuggled Yeti bone out of Asia
By Mary Joyce, website editor


These photos show an accurate and expensive replica of a skeletal Yeti hand from Nepal.
It is on display at the EXPEDITION: BIGFOOT museum in Blue Ridge, Georgia.


On one of his first Himalayan Mountain treks searching for Yeti, oil businessman and adventurer Tom Slick heard that Pangboche Monastery in Nepal (L) possessed the skeletal hand of a Yeti which is considered by many to be a Bigfoot cousin.  Two years later in 1959, expedition member, Peter Byrne, reportedly stole a Yeti finger bone and a skeletal thumb after the monks wouldn’t allow removal of the bones from their monastery for analysis.


Yeti bone smugglers: Tom Slick, Peter Byrne and actor Jimmy Stewart and wife Gloria

LETTER ABOUT STEALING YETI BONES
from Peter Byrne to Tom Slick dated February 3, 1959
as posted at cryptozoonews.com. 

“I shall not go into the details of how we got the thumb and the phalanx of the Pangboche hand. The main thing is that we have them, and that the lamas of the monastery do not know that we have them. Because they do not know, it is of the utmost importance that there is no news releases on this or any publicity for some time . . .The Pangboche hand is still complete, as far as the lamas are concerned. It still has a thumb and an index proximal phalanx. What they do not know, and what they must never know, is that the thumb and the p. phalanx at present on the hand are human ones, which we switched.”

Sometime after Byrne wrote the above letter, actor Jimmy Stewart and his wife Gloria became involved and agreed to smuggle the finger bone into the United Kingdom and give it to Dr. William Charles Osman Hill, a primatologist with the Zoological Society of London, for analysis.

The couple hid the finger bone within Gloria’s undergarments in a small suitcase. Jimmy Stewart explained their role in an introductory statement for a book written by Peter Byrne.

(R) A replica of Gloria’s suitcase and Yeti finger bone on display at EXHIBITION: BIGFOOT



EXCERPT FROM JIMMY STEWART’S LETTER

This is from an introductory page of Peter Byrne’s book
“Tula Hatti: The Last Great Elephant.”

“My wife Gloria and I first meet Peter Byrne in Calcutta, India in 1958. At that time, he was running the American Yeti Expedition in the northeastern Himalaya of Nepal. Gloria and I were friends with the sponsors of that expedition, so when Peter found some bones in a cave in the mountains and wanted to get them to England for scientific examination – and as we were passing through India at the time – we offered to help.” 

Dr. Hill bequeathed the Yeti finger bone to the Hunterian Museum, a division of the Royal College of Surgeons in London.  As far as we know, no DNA analysis has been made on it since Dr. Melba Ketchum’s five-year Bigfoot DNA research was released in late 2012. Her team’s scientific results showed that the maternal DNA of Bigfoot is human BUT the paternal DNA doesn’t match any known species. So, researchers need to be able retrieve and test the Yeti’s nuclear DNA to determine if it is a unique species.

 

 


 

North Georgia’s Bigfoot Museum is worth seeing
By Mary Joyce, website editor

Recently, Evelyn Gordon and I visited the “Expedition: Bigfoot” museum in North Georgia and were pleasantly surprised at what it offers.  Yes, it has the expected giftshop full of Bigfoot books, videos, caps, T-shirts, postcards and novelties but it offers much more.

Here are some of the things we were surprised to find:

There are two theaters.  One shows continuous short films about Bigfoot.  The other features full-length Bigfoot movies like “Wildman of Kentucky,” “The Legend of Boggy Creek” and “Creature of the Black Lagoon.”  There also are several continuous-playing short videos in the exhibit area.


There are five headphones at several of the exhibits so a family or group of friends can listen to information at the same time.

Some of the exhibits are quite elaborate such as the one about gold miners in 1924 who were terrorized by the Bigfoot after a miner shot one of the creatures.  There are earphones with this display so you can hear the entire story.


The owner and staff are very knowledgeable about everything Bigfoot.  They also are very friendly and approachable.  Owner David Bakara has been interested in Bigfoot since he was 12. Staff member Sybilla Irwin has done research for the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) for 10 years.  She also is an artist who specializes in working with Bigfoot witnesses so she can depict what they’ve seen as accurately as possible.


Expedition: Bigfoot is open every day but Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  It is located at 1934 Hwy. 515 South, Blue Ridge, Georgia.  For more information, call (706) 946-2601.

 

 

 


 

Archaic Japanese in Bigfoot language
By Mary Joyce, website editor


R. Scott Nelson (L) was a Cryptologic Linquist with the U.S. Navy with over 30 years’ experience in foreign languages and linguistics. 

The following information about the language of the Bigfoot is from a chapter Nelson wrote for the book “How Sasquatch Matters.”  He titled his chapter “On the Frontier of Language – Analyzing Ninety Minutes of Sasquatch Speech.” 

Like so many discoveries, he stumbled upon his findings.


“By accident, one night in 2008, I stumbled onto what we think is a pretty big discovery,” Nelson wrote in his chapter. “My 11-year-old son wanted a subject for a school paper, so we’re Googling ‘Bigfoot Sounds’ and found the BFRO website, and I clicked on ‘Samurai Chatter.’

“Of course, I was curious, since I’m a linguist. . . Almost immediately, I recognized this as having characteristics of language.”

“These are not humans,” Nelson told his son.  “Yet, they’re speaking a language.”

Later, Nelson played the audiotape of the Bigfoot for one of his colleagues – a math teacher and native Japanese speaker.  He told the person nothing about the tape but the person immediately said, “My God, Scott, that sounds like an old form of Japanese . . . It sounds like they’re saying the archaic word for danger or to be careful.”

After that, Nelson told his colleague, “It’s believed that these are Bigfoot creatures.”  The person replied, “You know, it really does not sound human.”

Nelson explained that the Bigfoot “have a much larger range in their vocal abilities, the resonance is much greater, not even counting when you throw in all the whoops and howls. Just the tone and the resonance of the voice alone is enough to tell me that they are not like any human I have ever listened to on tape, and I can tell you I don’t know anyone who has listened to more human voices on tape than I have.

“Five seconds of vocalization might take three hours to transcribe.  Very painstaking.  And, this speech is much too fast for me to imitate. . . When you slow it down and you retrieve the sounds out of it, phoneme by phoneme, there are a lot of things that could sound like English words or phrases. . .

“I have sat native Spanish speakers down and had them listen to the tapes and they’ve heard a lot of Spanish words and phrases. . .

“I’ve played them for a colleague of mine who is a native Farsi or Persian speaker.  And virtually anyone who listens to it, and at various speeds, can pick out something that they recognize. . .

“Interestingly, on the two tapes, two years apart, we can make out two different dialects.  There are some words that were shared, but not many words.  I believe we are essentially listening to two different clans, or tribes. . .”

Nelson pointed out that it’s very difficult to define words in the Bigfoot language but that morphemes, or units of meaning, can more easily be understood.

On one tape, Nelson said there is a Bigfoot who seems to be constantly talking about food.

“There’s one spot where it says, “Me wat food plen food,” which is a very close pidgin – just what these creatures would speak if they’d assimilated some English from us. . .”

There’s another point in the tapes where it sounds like a verbal exchange between a Bigfoot couple.

“There’s one spot on Ron’s tape,” Nelson explained, “where the female comes out with what very much sounds like English, where she says, ‘Are you talking with them?’ and the male very clearly comes out and says, ‘No . . . I . . . won’t.’ And very slow; that one you can almost hear in real time.”


CLICK HERE
to listen to two brief audio recordings of Bigfoot speaking. They were recorded in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California by Bigfoot researcher Ron Moorehead. Once you get to the Bigfoot Field Research Organization (BFRO) page, scroll down to the posting titled: Interaction vocalizations (AKA “Samurai Chatter”).

 

 

 


 

Famous “New World” explorers encountered giants

Most American students were introduced to “New World” explorers in history classes, but were not told that many of those explorers encountered giants in the Americas.


Magellan – Coronado - De Leon - Drake


Ferdinand Magellan (1480-1521) was the first “New World” explorer to circumnavigate the Earth.  On the voyage, he and his men came face-to-face with giants while cruising along the coast of PATAGONIA in southern Argentina.  An especially memorable encounter was recorded by crew member Antonio Pigafetta.

“But one day we saw a giant who was on the shore, quite naked, and who danced, leaped, and sang, and while he sang he threw sand and dust on his head.  Our captain (Magellan) sent one of his men toward him, charging him to leap and sing like the other in order to reassure him and to show him friendship.  Which he did.

Immediately the man of the ship, dancing, led this giant to a small island where the captain awaited him.  And when he was before us, he began to marvel and to be afraid, and he raised one finger upward, believing that we came from heaven.  And he was so tall that the tallest of us only came up to his waist.

● Francisco Vazquez de Coronado (1510-1554), another Spanish conquistador, led a large expedition from MEXICO through the southwestern United States in search of gold.  Along the way, they encountered giants “so large and tall that the best man in the army reached only to his chest.”

● Pedro Cieza de Leon (1520-1554) was a third Spanish conquistador who encountered giants that the indigenous people of PERU and ECUADOR called “Chancos.”  He wrote that “the Spaniards were astonished at their great size.”

● Sir Francis Drake (1540-1596) was an English sea captain who carried out the second circumnavigation of the world.  The chaplain of the voyage wrote about their encounter with giants on the coast of PATAGONIA.

They found the print of the feet in the soft ground, the breadth whereof was the length of one of our men’s feet of largest size, which could be no other than the foot of a giant. . .  We thus coasting along, perceived that the main land from the river of Plate to the Straight of Magellan is wholly inhabited of the giants . . . for we touched with no land anywhere along that land where we met not with them in great numbers. . . The men in height and greatness are so extraordinary that they hold no comparison with any of the sons of men this day in the world.”

NOTE: You can learn more about evidence of giants in Xaviant Haze’s book “Ancient Giants of the Americas” which was published in 2017.

 

 

 

 


 

Bigfoot seen swinging fire sticks
By Mary Joyce, website editor

The names “Bigfoot” and “Sasquatch” didn’t enter the American vocabulary until the middle of the 20th Century. Before then, the creatures were typically called wild men, hairy giants, hairy monsters and gorillas.  Those are some of the names used in old newspaper reports about beings who displayed characteristic Bigfoot behavior.

The following is an excerpt from a 19th Century newspaper article about an “Old Hunter” who saw “a gorilla or wild man.”  We found the story interesting because it’s the first report we’ve seen about Bigfoot playing with fire.  The story was first published in the “Petaluma Weekly Argus” in Petaluma, CA on November 5, 1870.

“. . . The creature, whatever it was, stood fully five feet high, and disproportionally broad and square at the shoulders, with arms of great length.  The legs were very short and the body long.  The head was small compared to the rest of the creature, and appeared to be set upon his shoulders without a neck.  The whole was covered in dark brown hair, quite long on some parts, that on the head standing in a shock and growing down close to the eyes, like a Digger Indian’s.


“As I looked, he threw his head back and whistled again, and then stooped and grasped a stick from the fire.  This he swung around and round, until the fire on the end had gone out, when he repeated the maneuver.

“I was dumb, almost, and could only look.  Fifteen minutes I sat and watched him, as he whistled and scattered my fire about.  I could easily have put a bullet through his head, but why should I kill him?

“Having amused himself, apparently, all he desired, with my fire, he started to go and having gone a short distance, he returned and was joined by another – a female, unmistakably – when they both turned and walked past me, within twenty yards of where I sat, and disappeared in the brush.

“I could not have had a better opportunity to observe them, as they were unconscious of my presenceTheir only object in visiting my camp seemed to be to amuse themselves with swinging lighted sticks around.

We found this article in Timothy Renner’s book “Bigfoot – West Coast Wild Men”
which is a compilation of Bigfoot newspaper reports from 1886 to 1921.


The above article portrays the Bigfoot
as very simple creatures that are easily amused.  However, there also are reports of Bigfoot who are very intelligent, knowledgeable and wise.  

CLICK HERE to learn about Joan Ocean’s experiences with a very evolved clan of Bigfoot.  She is a world-renown dolphin expert who the Bigfoot call “water woman.”

 

 


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Bigfoot footprint found
near Spruce Pine, NC

This photo of a Bigfoot footprint was taken by North Carolina resident Kelly Greene Chun.  

“We found a huge footprint on my great uncle’s private land off of the Blue Ridge Parkway near Spruce Pine, North Carolina,” Chun told the East Coast Bigfoot Researchers Organization (ECBRO).  “My son’s huge size 12 foot is next to it for comparison.”

The organization thought the footprint looked authentic and posted it on their site on November 26, 2017.

map

Spruce Pine is in Mitchell County, NC which is shown above in red.

 

 
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