The video is wonderful and pretty clear. Not shaky at all. You must see!! Share with friends. Do you like this type of investigations as I do?? Let me know. Do you believe?
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I have been very interested in the supernatural, unbelievable, paranormal, mysterious and cryptozoology most of my life. Just a hobby. When I was younger I would watch all types of shows related to these subjects. One of my favorites were the bigfoot/sasquatch/yeti mysteries. Even as an adult my enthusiams for them has not waned at all.
Tibetans are very practical and direct. Bigfoots, Yetis and sasquatches are not a maybe but a normal and everyday fact of life. Even high lamas are known to have encountered them or been visited by them in their meditation caves. I have spoken to monks and ordinary Tibetans who have encountered them in Tibet. They related the encounter to me as if was very normal to see them! They were suprised I was surprised. The Tibetan texts mention them clearly.
They eat berries, undergrowths, fruits, leaves, meat and even some foods humans leave out for them. They avoid humans as much as possible and known to carry women away in Tibet or animals.
I came across this four minute video which I extracted from UNEXPLAINED MYSTERIES. It shows a Yeti walking in the snow of the Himalayas.
Take note of this when watching the video:
1. He can walk easily unaided.
2. He can walk up a steep side of a mountain without hesitation. Normal skiers will need ski shoes and ski poles to aid in walking in heavy snow.
3. He seems to be very large.
4. A normal man without a monkey suit on would find it very hard to walk up the steep mountain unaided nevermind with a monkey suit on.
I find this to be a very compelling piece of footage. The all time footage is the Patterson-Gimlin footage of course
I very much find this interesting and very captivating. Just wanted to share.
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