|They are everywhere, even Australia: Yowie.|
|Ah, he's looking a me like meat, Scott!|
Yeoman writes on Facebook that about eight minutes into the encounter, his wife came into the room to see what was happening. When she saw the monster in the window, she screamed and ran to a back bedroom.
|Photos taken and released by Scott Yeoman, Bailey, CO (facebook/1Expedition Bigfoot).|
- BUDDHISM recognizes a human-like class of creatures called yakshas (ogres, यक्ष), yetis (Abominable Snowmen), or rakshasas (man-eaters). They are a broad class of fearsome giants usually benevolent but sometimes mischievous and capricious, connected with fertility, trees, forest, treasure, water and wilderness. They appear in the texts of the Dharmic religions, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Jainism, as well as ancient and medieval era temples of South Asia and Southeast Asia as nature "guardians." The feminine form of the word is yakṣī (Yeti) and yakshini (Sanskrit यक्षिणी, yakṣiṇī, Pali yakkhinī). Females are reputed to be more savage (or protective of young) than males. But what is called one creature is really two distinct creatures or one with a dual personality. On one hand, a yakṣa may be an inoffensive nature-spirit (fairy) associated with woods and mountains. On the other hand, there is a darker version, a kind of goblin or ghost (bhuta) that haunts the wilderness and waylays and devours travelers, similar to the man-eating rakṣasas. There are reports of both kinds of Bigfoot, a very wise and ancient nature-protector staying hidden and what seem to be aggressive youth on a wilding rampage or in heat violating their own norms as happens in human groups.
|Bailey is surrounded by wilderness and woods.|
However, he also claims a house fire subsequently destroyed the computer that contained the video.
COMMENT: (Joel H. Laskin) I've been to these Colorado Bigfoot territories and sat down in Marc Abell's Holy Cross area...they allowed me into their world. This Sasquatch rose up from its underground dwelling just to listen to me speak. They were no further than a few feet from me and enjoyed my company.