Whenever news of a Sasquatch body shows up, why is there never any evidence about it?
One of the most common objections for the existence of bigfoot/sasquatch is why has no one ever found their remains? It’s not only an argument advanced by the average skeptic, but the scientific community will never recognize them without a type species as well. There are a number of reasons often fielded for the lack of physical remains:
Photos of two alleged dead sasquatches lying in the snow, both shot and killed, the first (left) killed in the 1940’s, the second (right) killed in the late 1800’s
10 REASONS USED FOR LACK OF PHYSICAL REMAINS
1. People rarely ever find the remains of large wild animals.
2. They avoid people thus perish in secluded areas and decompose before ever seen.
3. Remains can be reduced to bone in a week.
4. Bones are scattered and gnawed on by animals and covered by forest debris.
5. Bones seldom fossilize in acidic forest soils, but also decay.
6. Many forest animals and insects love a free meal.
7. No one searches for their remains.
8. Government cover-up/conspiracies.
9. Bones have been found but are invariably misidentified as human.
10. Sasquatches carry away and bury their dead.
This research will mainly focus on the last three of those possible reasons. First we’ll look at the misidentification of bones and sasquatches carrying off their dead and buying them. There have been a number of reports of sasquatches burying their dead, which if true would be a great impediment to ever finding their remains.
Sasquatches Seen Burying Their Dead
Sasquatch burials compiled by Ray Crowe
“Date unknown, modern era: Pacific Northwest. A man witnessed three Bigfoots digging a hole with their hands to bury a fourth Bigfoot. Afterward, they rolled rocks on the grave. Reported by Roger Patterson. Date unknown, modern era: Northern California. A witness saw four Bigfoots carrying bones. The longest bone was up to four feet long. Reported by Ray Crowe. 1962-1967: Northern Washington state. A man witnessed three Bigfoots burying a fourth one. Reported by Peter Byrne. Before 1975: Location unknown, probably Pacific Northwest. Three Bigfoots were witnessed digging a hole with their hands to bury a fourth Bigfoot. When the hole was filled in, huge boulders were rolled over the site. Reported by Glen Thomas. Summer 1992: Estacada, Oregon, near Bagby Hot Springs. A philosophy teacher saw two Bigfoots, either a male and female or two females. There were two young, auburn colored Bigfoots with them. They were in a riverbed, burying another Bigfoot under a pile of stones. They had not dug a hole; they were just burying it with rocks. He stated that the Bigfoots were acting “sad.” The site was rechecked by an investigator one year later, but flooding had washed the stones away, and the site could not be rediscovered. Reported by Ray Crowe. We see over and over here reports of 3-4 Bigfoots participating in the burial of another, as if it is some kind of a ceremony.”
2010 A Man witnessed a possible burial ritual of an infant in a hollow tree stump decorated with four gray squirrel tails suspended from the top edge of the stump. Four sasquatches were swaying from side to side while making grunting sounds. But it appears they discovered the witness and dispersed, and the witness got out of there too. When the witness came back the next day all he found in the stump was a little dark hair, blood, and a large piece of old deer hide.
April 6, 2014. There was a video of a U.S. park ranger describing a bigfoot burial that he witnessed, but it seems that at all the sites where the video was posted is now labeled private and is no longer available. The caption with the video read as follows, “This report comes from the High Sierra in California. A forest ranger witnesses a “Bigfoot burial” after a camp was ransacked by a clan of Bigfoots.” Maybe the Parks Service didn’t like him being on video and that is why it is no longer available. This also gets into the realm of government cover-up that some people will scoff at as inconceivable.
Reports of Sasquatches carrying away their dead
A problem with sasquatch remains is they are so heavy that when people kill them or find their bodies they cannot move the body. When they go to get means to haul it away or bring authorities back to it, it invariably is gone by the time they get back, apparently carried away by other sasquatches.
Reports compiled by Ray Crowe
“Unknown date, modern era: Near Roseburg, Oregon. A hunter found a dead Bigfoot by a stream. He poked it and got no response. He tried to carry it out with the help of his hunting companions, but it was too heavy at 700-900 pounds. They went back to town to get a truck to cart it out with, but when they came back, it was gone. They found the footprints of another Bigfoot, which had apparently carried it away. Reported by Ray Crowe.
Unknown date, modern era: Yankton, Oregon. Near the Colombia River north of Portland, a hunter shot a Bigfoot four times between the eyes and killed it. It rolled off the road. The man came back 24 hours later, and the body was gone. There was a set of three tracks, possibly a family group – a male, a female and a juvenile. Reported by Ray Crowe.
After 1960: Pendicton, British Colombia. In south-central British Colombia, two fishermen found a dead Bigfoot along the trail. They first smelled the corpse, then found the body. Upon investigating, they heard sounds in the brush. Fearing it was another Bigfoot, they quickly left the scene. They went back with wildlife officials 10 days later and there was only a dark spot on the trail. Had a bear eaten it? Had other Bigfoots hauled it off? Reported by Peter Byrne.
1960’s: Douglas, Oregon: In the Cascades west of the Umpqua National Forest, a farmer shot a Bigfoot and then somehow managed to take it back to his house, where he left it outside. Other Bigfoots then came that night and retrieved the body. Reported in the Bigfoot Track Record.
1965: Kitimat, British Colombia. On the coast of central British Colombia, a Kitimat man shot and killed a Bigfoot near town. He was trying to drag the body away when other Bigfoots came out and tried to attack him. He barely escaped to his canoe. Reported on the British Colombia Scientific Cryptozoology Club website.
January 2000: Honobia, Oklahoma. The Siege of Honobia. Bigfoot apparently shot and killed as part of a group that was raiding and harassing a rural residence. Other Bigfoots charged in after it was killed with three shots, one to the head, with one throwing the dead bigfoot on it’s shoulder and running back into the woods with it. Reported by the BFRO.
Fall 1941: Near Basket Lake, Manitoba. A 17 year old boy hunting out of season shot and killed a Bigfoot that he thought was a moose. He left it in the forest because he thought it was human and because he was hunting out of season. He went back sometime later and the body was gone. Reported on the BFRO site.
In the late 1800’s a sasquatch was hit and killed by a train at night. The men on the train loaded the body on a flat car, taking a lot of men to load it due to it being so heavy. While they were busy working on the cattle catcher damaged during the collision the body was stolen off the flat car.
Found in the comments of an article on the Cohomo Monster was this. “As far a BF attacking someone. When I went on a BFRO expedition, Matt Moneymaker related a story about three hunters who supposedly shot and killed a BF, while on a hunting trip. Two of the hunters left to get help or a vehicle, while one hunter stayed with the dead BF. When the two hunters returned they found the one hunter ripped to pieces and the dead BF gone.”
It therefore seems obvious that sasquatches take charge of the remains of their dead family members. This act makes it difficult for anyone to ever find a sasquatch that has died of natural or other causes.
Sasquatch bones found and misidentified as human
Alleged sasquatch skull from humboldt-sink (Lovelock Skull)
Looking at the extremely large skull found near Lovelock, Nevada we see the protruding jaw, brow ridge, sloping forehead, vaulted cranium, and the well developed nuchel crest for the attachment of very large neck muscles (lending sasquatches the “no neck” appearance) are all typical characteristics of sasquatches. Modern human skulls do not have these features, yet anthropologists who know of no other hominids to ascribe it to declare it must be human.
There are many instances of extremely large skeletal finds with unusual skulls that don’t fit the features of modern man but are nevertheless identified as human and then forgotten, crated-up, and lost somewhere in storage at museums and universities, never to be seen again, but we still have all these newspaper accounts describing these incredible finds.
“First reported in the 4 May 1912 issue of the New York Times, the 18 skeletons found by the Peterson brothers on Lake Lawn Farm in southwest Wisconsin exhibited several strange and freakish features. Their heights ranged between seven and nine feet and their skulls “presumably those of men, are much larger than the heads of any race which inhabit America to-day.” Above the eye sockets, “the head slopes straight back and the nasal bones protrude far above the cheek bones. The jaw bones are long and pointed, bearing a minute resemblance to the head of the monkey. The teeth in the front of the jaw are regular molars.”
Note: the above article’s mention of 7 to 9 foot tall skeletons, large skulls, sloping forehead, high placement of the nose, and the long jaw like a monkey (a reference to a protruding jaw) are all sasquatch features. Like similar finds they are always labeled human due to a lack of any other reference for comparison.
“The January 13th, 1870 edition of the Wisconsin Decatur Republican reported that two giant, well-preserved skeletons of an unknown race were discovered near Potosi, WI by workers digging the foundation of a saw mill near the bank of the Mississippi river. One skeleton measured seven-and-a-half feet, the other eight feet.” 18 Mystery skeletons
A list of bigfoot bone finds compiled by Ray Crowe
1856: East Wheeling, West Virginia. A decayed 9’6 skeleton was found with three bullets in its head. No one knew what to make of it. Reported by Ray Crowe.
Date unknown, modern era: British Colombia. The British Colombia Museum is said to be in possession of a huge jawbone, possibly of a Bigfoot, but they can’t locate it, as it’s crated somewhere in storage. Reported by John Green.
Date unknown, modern era: Toba River, British Colombia. In far southwest coastal British Colombia, a couple working a trap line found a Bigfoot skeleton washing out of a riverbank. The bones were too heavy to carry, but the wife packed out the huge jawbone against the advice of her husband. The University of British Colombia and the British Colombia Museum were called, and the couple reported that they had a Bigfoot jaw from a Bigfoot skeleton.
The university and museum both said that there is no such thing as Bigfoot, so they didn’t want to investigate. They kept the jawbone in their cabin, and 10 years later it burned down, taking the jaw in the process. Reported by John Green.
Date unknown, modern era: Morgan Lake, Santiam Highway, Oregon. Southwest of Portland, three gigantic skeletons were seen in the lake under four to six feet of water. Mysterious holes had appeared on the ice-covered lake that winter. It was thought that the Bigfoots had used the holes to bury their dead in the ice-covered lake. Reported by Ray Crowe.
July 1885: New York. A large number of huge skeletons were found in a cave. They were up to 8 feet tall. Disposition unknown. Reported by the Daily Victoria Standard, Victoria, British Colombia, July 7, 1885.
April 1886: Etowah, Alabama. Giant skeletons were found after a flood, washing out of riverbanks. Disposition unknown. Reported by the Jacksonville Republican, Jacksonville, Alabama, April 21, 1886.
1948: Bartholomew Creek, Smeaton Bay, East Behm Canal, Alaska. In Misty Fiords National Park, two men reported finding a jawbone larger than a man’s. Possible Bigfoot jawbone. Reported in the Bigfoot Track Record.
Before 1972: Shuswap Lake, British Colombia. In the Colombian Range of the Rocky Mountains, a Bigfoot skeleton was found washing out of a riverbed. The teeth and jaw were huge, and the skeleton was 8 feet long. It was sent to Wrexham Museum in Wales. It seems to have vanished into thin air and has never been found. Reported by Ivan Sanderson.
After 1972: Antelope Flat, Oregon. On the Ochoco National Forest west of Bend, a Bigfoot skull was found. It was taken to Portland College. They returned after a bit with a long report, but only after it had been taken apart into its constituent pieces. They would not commit on what it was. Reported by Vic McDaniel.
Before 1979: Brazil. A Canadian college professor took photos of a beetle-browed skull, thought to be Homo Erectus, at a Brazilian institution. Upon returning later for followup, the skull was gone. Reported by Dr. Alan J. Bryan, University of Alberta. Story reported in Smithsonian Magazine.
1987: Estacada, Oregon. A man, Grover Kiggens, found his dog playing with a strange object. Upon examination, it was a human-like skull with strange features. It still had some skin and hair on it. The man felt that the creature had been 4-5 years old when it died. It seems to have been the skull of a young Bigfoot. There had been a lot of strange screeching in the forest for several nights previous to the discovery of the skull.
The man thought it was human, so he sent it to the crime lab. The crime lab sent it back, saying it was not human. Then he sent it to the Regional Primate Center, but they refused to comment, simply returning the skull with a note. Next it went to the University of British Colombia, but they kept it for two years and could not decide what it was. Next it went to the University of California, Berkeley. After some time, the finder received a note from a Dr. Turner of Berkeley: Berkeley is still on possession of the skull, but it seems to be lost. Reported by Cliff Olsen.
2002: Scotts Valley, California. In the Santa Cruz Mountains, a man digging in a sand hill for shark teeth found a huge apparent Bigfoot tooth. He showed it to a several dentists, who all said it was human, but that it was too big to be human. It is presently part of Dr. Melba Ketchum’s Bigfoot DNA project, but it has not yet been tested. Reported by Mike Rugg.
2008: Oregon. As part of the Ketchum DNA project to prove the existence of Bigfoot by sequencing their DNA, a purported Bigfoot bone, a femur, was used. The bone was found in a stream in Oregon. However, for whatever reason, the bone was not used in the study.
1965: Wolfe, Kentucky. Kennith White found a nine foot skeleton with long arms and a huge head while digging along a creek bank. It was later reburied. Reported by the Kentucky Bigfoot website. Kentucky Bigfoot Skeleton
In 1924 two skeletons, one over 8’ tall with remnants of red hair, were found in Lovelock Cave, near Lovelock, Nevada, the scene of a legendary battle between Piaute Indians and red haired giants. Near there in February and June of 1931, two very large skeletons were found in the Humboldt dry lake bed near Lovelock, Nevada. One of the skeletons measured 8.5-feet tall the other was nearly 10-feet long.
Also not far from the other Nevada skeletal finds, the Mark Twain Museum in Virginia City, Nevada, had a 7’4” skeleton that reportedly had been found in a cave by miners in the hills on the west side of Washoe Lake in the 1950’s. It has since been repatriated by local tribes in 1992.”
1923: Santa Barbara. J.P. Harrington found and examined “Indian skulls” with very peculiar qualities. He felt that they resembled Neandertal Man. He concluded that they were modern Indians from the Santa Barbara region. Reported by Anonymous, Nature, 112:699, 1923.
1965: Minarets Region of the Sierra Nevada, California. A partial Bigfoot skull (calvarium) was found by a physician. A pathologist said it was not human. It was sent to UCLA, where anthropologists said it was an old Indian skull, since the only ancient hominids residing in the Sierras were Indians, so it must be an Indian. They did say that it had odd features such as a nuchal crest. It’s presently lost in storage. Reported by the BFRO.
Anthropologists have studied the remains of these extraordinarily large skeletal finds with archaic skulls buried in Indian burial mounds along with Indian artifacts and reached the conclusion they can only be Native Americans, failing to consider that some tribes also buried sasquatches there whom they considered to be other people. In the history book, “Spuzzum: Fraser Canyon Histories 1808-1939” by Annie York is a tale of railroad men killing a sasquatch that raided their meathouse late one night. When word reached Chief Pelek he gathered men together and ventured to the place where the dead sasquatch was laid out on its back in order to take possession of the body. The history book states, “The chief insisted he would claim the body because the Indians have always reverenced these sasquatches. The Indians claim the sasquatch is a human being, and they always claim the body, and they bury it or put it up on a scaffold, if they have that kind of system. So finally these men gave up, and they gave him the body. He took the body all the way from the tunnel right down to Spuzzum. He gave it his blessing and buried it as a human being.”
Unknown date: Glacier, Montana. Just east of Glacier National Park, a Bigfoot skeleton was said to be kept in a sacred Native American burial area, possibly buried along with the Indians. Reported in the Bigfoot Track Record.
Therefore the assumption that any skeletons found buried in Native American burial mounds can only be Indians misses the historical precedent of some native groups reverencing sasquatches as human and interring them as such, likely even burying them with artifacts like their own people. There were a good number of these large skeletons found in yesteryear, and perhaps we don’t find as many today due to laws passed barring anyone from disturbing Native American mounds or other Indian grave sites. Moreover, Native American groups have sued to repatriate remains to bury in their grave yards, including a 7’4″ foot skeleton that was once displayed at the Mark Twain Museum in Virginia City, Nevada.
Giant skeletons have been found in Indian burial mounds, caves, etc., all across the U.S. and assumed to be Native Americans: from a 10 foot skeleton and giant skulls found at Beaver Lake, Ozark Caves, Arkansas, 1913 to a 12 foot skeleton unearthed at Lompock Rancho, California and two further 12 foot examples found in Jeffersonville, Kentucky. The Smithsonian Institution is mentioned many times as the recipient of these giant skeletons from across the United States. Many of these skeletons mentioned can no longer be found, being lost in storage, and those that were on display or known to exist were removed and repatriated by NAGPRA (Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act). The remains were thus re-interned into the ground by various Native American groups.
This idea might sound ludicrous to some, and understandably so, but there are many bigfoot researchers, including prominent ones like Dr. Jeff Meldrum, who believe the government knows of their existence and suppresses that information. Many speculations abound on why the government would engage in such an effort: from jobs and revenue loss due to an endangered species hurting logging, mining, and parks and recreation, to protecting the public from the ensuing panic of knowing monsters roam our landscape. It could hinge around the government’s propensity to keep secrets, much like the UFO phenomenon, where profound mysteries are shrouded in secrecy. Perhaps the military is studying them for their infrasound/stealth capabilities or genetics. Several podcasts by “Sasquatch Chronicles” touches on the issue of government cover-up, including interviews of people who allegedly had been in government with first hand knowledge of hushing up this activity. Episode 16 notes NSA documents obtained through the Freedom of Information Act showed a 1977 study speculating if sasquatches were known to exist what impact it would have on the economy, forestry & logging, and protections and other implications if they were found to be human. The Department of the Interior was labeled as the main source keeping sasquatch under wraps. The initial suppression may have begun in the 1960’s, and like many government bureaucracies once it was created it grew and took on a life of its own.
Examples of Government suppression
A common theme reported by those whom have experienced this suppression include government agents arriving in black vehicles with U.S. Gov. plates threatening/silencing people and removing evidence such as blood, prints, photos/vidoes or sasquatch bodies. Some accounts speak of two agents: an averaged sized man who is nice accompanied by a very large, rough looking man who is intimidating/threatening. The bigfoot coummunity has devised the acronym MIB (Men In Black) when referring to these agents. Here are some examples:
Author Thom Powell relayed an account by a government employee who was witness to a sasquatch that had been burned in the Battle Mountain forest fire (Nevada) on Aug. 6, 1999, and treated by medical personal before being removed in a government van. Witnesses were silenced by way of an affidavit signed under the Department of Interior, and US Forest Service as: 1. Confidential under penalty of felony arrest and jail time. 2. Immediate loss of Government Service rank, loss of retirement, and benefits. The ground where the sasquatch was treated was bulldozed.
On the following video a hunter recounts an event where he shot a female sasquatch out of a tree, and a male sasquatch grabbed the likely mortally wounded female and made off with her. During the 26:00 minute mark of the recording it mentions a park ranger who came to investigate the incident told the man that another government agency might be contacting him. Later two men show up, one smaller guy and one huge rough looking man who intimidates the witness. The smaller MIB takes most of the information and is nice, and then the big guy asks the man, “Do you really think you saw a sasquatch?” and the man replies, “Yes,” and the big guy says, “No you didn’t.” He continues to repeat the “No you didn’t” back to the man after he replies he did and the big guy was very blunt that it was in his interest that he better forget what happened. The hunter was so intimidated that he didn’t tell anyone outside of his wife for years. Here is the video of the audio report. The MIB’s are between the 27:00 and 31:00 minute mark.
Researcher Henry May was asked about government cover-up on an Arcane Radio podcast episode # 11. He replied, “I’ve heard and read accounts where somebody actually hit a sasquatch with a car and all of a sudden these government officials come along and they either take the body and cover it up, and sometimes some people say they’ve seen government officials bury them on the side of the road.” Regarding possible sasquatches killed in the Mt. St. Helens eruption May comments, “I read in Ray Crowe’s old news letter “The Track Record” about people seeing these nets under helicopters, and these helicopters taking these nets full of supposedly charred sasquatch bodies inside of them.”
A few years ago while two men were hunting along the Illinois River near Grants Pass, Oregon they discovered these remains pictured below of bones with badly decomposed flesh attached. They were amazed at the great size of the feet and how long the leg bones were. Seeing the shapes of the feet and legs their first thoughts were they had to either belong to a very tall human or a sasquatch.
They made the mistake of calling the local game wardens to come out and inspect the remains. Within an hour of making the call two black suburbans arrived, confiscated both their cell phones and the remains and told everyone there that they never saw this, saying, “It didn’t happen,” and to “Forget about it.” The agents didn’t realize they had already sent these images to relatives, including brother-n-law Craig who made these photos public.
Looking at the above photo, if that boot were a size 12 that leg would be over four feet, and possibly close to five feet long.
Date unknown, modern era: Northwest California. Three scientific aides and a wildlife biologist from California Department of Fish and Game, District 1, Eureka, California, found the bones of two adults and one juvenile Bigfoot. The FBI was notified and came to take the bones. A judge then issued a gag order on the case, and nothing more was heard. Government coverup. Reported by Ray Crowe.
What If You locate a Body?
So, what do you do if you do have a body (finding or killing one). Number 1 is don’t notify authorities or it will get kicked up the government chain and agents will cover it up. Here’s what you need to do.
1. Don’t call authorities.
2. Don’t leave the body unattended. There is evidence sasquatches take charge of the remains and carry it away.
3. If you can’t remove the body because it’s too heavy, remove body parts. Again, if you leave to get means to transport the body it might not be there when you return.
4. Hide body parts in different locations (like people’s freezers or put it on ice).
5. Document it with photos/video.
6. Take it to (a) T.V. station(s). Get it in the public eye quickly before authorities can thwart that.
7. Send samples to prominent figures in the BF community for confirmation.
Other types of Government cover-up
Government suppression is not limited to covering up possible sasquatch remains, but also involves squelching other evidence or possible sasquatch attacks on people.
In Episode 72 of “Sasquatch Chronicles” aired on 1/11/15, a caller named Travis told of his encounter in Glacier, Montana on July 30th, 1997 while working as a maintenance worker with a high school friend and the friend’s uncle, both of whom are Native American. Travis and his friend came upon a large male Sasquatch digging under a fallen, rotten tree and when it heard them it jumped up, roared and came after them. Travis’ friend sprayed a cloud of mace behind them from a can they were issued which caused the creature to pause long enough for them to get to their mountain bikes and back to their truck and escape. The uncle didn’t want to talk to Travis about it, but when he pressed the issue was told it may have been the same creature (he used a native word that sounded like Chanti or Kanti) that killed two campers in the Park in 1994. Travis began talking about the incident among his co-workers and a few days later a large, bearded man calling himself Bear showed up in a black Ford Explorer with U.S. Government plates. He launched into a profanity laced public diatribe at Travis telling him he couldn’t tell a bear from a white tail and he needed to shut up.”
Do MIB’s monitor research organization’s “hotlines,” telephone numbers and e-mails set up for the specific purpose of reporting encounters in order to get a heads up on extraordinarily good evidence. Here’s what one of the founders of the Sasquatch Research Association wrote in this regard.
“I used to think that the conspiracies were all bunk. Then I formed the SRA and there have been enough “coincidences” that I am starting to believe. This is part of why I got a bit down on the subject last Fall. Why go through all the work when it looks like we won’t be allowed to actually discover anything? I’ve had several witnesses contact me with claims of good footage, only to have them recant and refuse to talk to me a few days after first contact with them. Sometimes, I feel like we’re being watched.”
So, are MIB’s keeping some of the best footage from being circulated in the public eye? Researcher Bob Garrett lost some great footage of two sasquatches chasing two pigs. The sasquatches had no idea they were being filmed at first, but then noticed the two men and spent a long time doing peeks from behind a tree. When Garrett got home he was going to upload it to youtube, but was tired and decided to wait until the morning, but the next morning he was locked out of his own computer by someone named Administrator, and the footage he had put on his computer was lost. Was this done remotely?
The suppression of deadly bigfoot attacks and kidnappings is believed to be an integral part of this agencies’ activity. One incident involved Bob Garrett who came across a torn up campsite one night that he video taped and put up on youtube. The campsite had been torn apart by sasquatches and the campers’s whereabouts were unknown to Bob. Garrett notified authorities fearing something terrible had happened. Many large bare footprints, up to 18 inches long, were visible, along with trees that had been snapped off 12 feet above ground, plus blood, shell casings, and what looked like drag marks where bodies had been dragged out of the campsite. When they went back to do another video of the site the next day during daylight hours they discovered sand had been poured all over the site and vehicles drove all over it to destroy evidence of the attack. Wes Germer, while interviewing a government insider, found out that one man who escaped in a truck was hospitalized speaking of monsters, and two men were found dead: one partially eaten found up in a tree, and another found decapitated on the ground. Government harassment of Mr. Garrett included legal threats and them erasing his youtube account, blog, Facebook, website, etc. It is no longer possible to view these videos of this “before and after” incident of government cover-up.
A CBC News report provided details about the Canadian Government deleting e-mails after a freedom of information request regarding disappearances along British Columbia’s “Highway of Tears.” After the request was made the materials were deleted and the person making the request was told there were no records, but a government employee present when the material was deleted blew the whistle on the cover-up. The article mentions 18 women who have gone missing along highway 16 that cuts through a wilderness area of British Columbia. There have also been many children missing from camp grounds along that road. Numbers of missing people are left to individuals to glean from newspaper clippings, etc. since the Canadian Government claims they keep no records. Different estimates range from has high as 40 to even 60 missing people, almost all women and children.
When skeptics site the lack of bodies or bones as proof sasquathes do not exist they are uninformed regarding evidence to the contrary since dead bodies and bones have been observed many times, but it seems sasquatches carry their dead away and bury them, and bones found belonging to sasquatches have been misidentified as human many times, put in a university or museum drawer or crate and lost to history, or repatriated to Native American groups and re-buried under NAGPRA.
Scientists studying the bones, knowing that Native Americans are the only known ancient peoples of North America, can only classify these bones by referencing known indigenous species of man, irrespective of the anatomical features not being a match. It is an example of scientists making the data fit their preconceptions, a sad state in the world of science that occasionally rears its head. As already quoted earlier in this article, here repeated again is what typifies the misidentification of sasquatch bones, “a pathologist said it was not human. It was sent to UCLA, where anthropologists said it was an old Indian skull, since the only ancient hominids residing in the Sierras were Indians, so it must be an Indian. They did say that it had odd features such as a nuchal crest. It’s presently lost in storage.” That sums up the problem; its identified as Native American by default even though its nothing like Native Americans, then its simply forgotten and lost in storage like the other sasquatch bones. Large skeletons found in some Native American burial mounds are likewise said to be Indians, never considering the old stories of sasquatches being buried in their burial grounds along with tribe members.
It’s ironic how anthropologists can possibly examine sasquatch bones and say no one has ever found any due to these anthropologists, I believe, engaging in a type of circular reasoning, unable to ascribe these remains to sasqsuatches because they claim there are no known examples of sasquatch remains. It’s an odd catch 22. Dr. Ketchum has complained about the same circular reasoning applied to her DNA results, where skeptical scientists claim the samples must have been contaminated since there is no known creature in the database. As Dr. Ketchum complains, we do have type species but the scientific community rejects it. Those rejecting DNA or bone finds should show examples of modern humans who exhibit all of these features, such as large nuchel crests, like the two protrusions pictured below on the large Lovelock Skull.
These protrusions are for the attachment of very large neck muscles which gives sasquatches the typical “no neck” appearance since their muscles “fan out” instead of the column normally seen on modern man. Modern humans do not have these well developed nuchel crests seen at the base of the sasquatch skull pictured below left, as compared to a modern human skull right.
Bones of sasquatches are inevitably misidentified as Native American, and those who once were known to exist in museums or universities have been reburied under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. But even though sasquatch bones are misidentified, and sasquatches themselves take charge of the remains of their dead which impedes us from locating/possessing the remains, we should still come up with something on occasion. This is where another wrench jams the gears of discovery. If someone contacts authorities, particularly park rangers, agents are notified and are on it. It seems hard to believe, and we can’t fault people for finding this unbelievable, seemingly unfathomable for our institutions to violate the public trust so. However, the examples speak ever too loudly in the affirmative. People do find sasquatch bodies which naturally get reported to authorities and it appears government entities secret away the remains leaving skeptics to make their loudest rebuke, “If they exist why has no one ever found a body.”