believe the Bigfoot are our older brothers. Elder siblings if you’re politically correct. Known by different names and smells all across the globe, Bigfoot roam the wilds of Earth. They communicate with wise Extra Terrestrials and are said to be keeping an eye on us; guiding us. The Bigfoot send us emotional, spiritual and sometimes direct psychic messages – beacons of love and light that are meant to help humans evolve.
A handful of blessed souls have been chosen by our elder siblings to deliver their words, to warn us and protect us from our selves. These warnings concern everything from nuclear weapons and global climate crisis to saving individuals from unseen dangers in the wilderness. There is also the idea that Bigfoot themselves are one of these unseen dangers to humans… wait, what?
There are reports of attacks on humans by Bigfoot. Reports and legends going back hundreds maybe thousands of years. Many Native American tribes blame Bigfoot like creatures for all manor of bad things. Well, now, who doesn’t get into the occasional tussle with their elder siblings? Look at Cain and Abel. Whoa! Bad example…
or is it?
Famed missing persons researcher David Paulides believes some of the tens of thousands of people who disappear each year may be killed by Bigfoot. I, for one, can’t help but trust a man who looks like Ron Swanson. The very trustworthy David Paulides has written many scary things about Bigfoot in his several volumes on missing persons. I’m assuming. Haven’t actually read them yet but they’re next after I get through all of these. I have read plenty online about the various Bigfoot legends. Albatwitche, Cave Yeller, Chuchuna, Kikomba, Matlose, Rugaru, Skunkape: They’re known by all these names and dozens more. Who if anyone here is right? None of them? All of them? I don’t know but in researching this article I discovered this: