Bigfoot Collection The Willow Creek - China Flat Museum in Willow Creek has one of the largest collections of Bigfoot artifacts in the Pacific North West. This area of the Klamath mountains has the most recorded sightings and evidence of this elusive creature, myth to some - very real to others! The mystery has yet to be solved.
The Almas, Mongolian for "wild man", is a purported hominid cryptozoological species reputed to inhabit the Caucasus and Pamir Mountains of central Asia, and the Altai Mountains of southern Mongolia. The creature is not currently recognized or cataloged by science. This is an artist's rendering. ~ Wikipedia
The almas are elusive and savage man-beasts that dwell into the mountain ranges of Kazakhstan and Mongolia. Their description somewhat resembles prehistoric man, given their short stature, powerful muscles, hairy bodies and lack of ability to speak. Accounts of the almas go back for hundreds of years, and the natives consider them to be a natural part of their environment.In 1925, a Red Army cavalry regiment led by general Mikhail Stephanovitch Topilski came across a cave. After the troops ...
Patterson-Gimlin film closeup, Bluff Creek, CA
Is this Sasquatch caught on camera in Canadian mountains? Tantalus Range, British Columbia, north of Vancouver. Whatever it is, it has covered a vast amount of area in a short time with weather conditions against him. Bigfoot