An unscripted, unrehearsed, and sometimes moderately humorous discussion of the world of bigfoot.
Since I'm unsure of how to email you, I have to leave a post. Been reading about Gigantopithecus, and though I'm sure its no great discovery amongst the cryptozoologists out there, I can't help but wonder why there could be so much skepticism within the scientific community as to whether or not our bigfoot could be a descendant of Gigantopithecus. It makes plenty of sense that the giant ape could have crossed the Bering land bridge sometime during the Pleistocene era. An animal that large in any halfway descent sized population would invariably migrate and, given the location, it doesn't seem so far fetched to believe, just as the ancestors of the Native Americans, that Gigantopithecus could have indeed crossed the Bering land bridge. This is my first time writing to anyone about Bigfoot. I've never seen one, living in the middle of nowhere in NC, but it is a subject I've taken a great interest in for many years.Keep up the great show!-Aaron Howell-
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