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Loyd Pye on Bigfoot:
Different Names for Bigfoot
Sasquatch: We all know this one. Maybe viewed by some as more representative of the Pacific Northwest, really it’s pretty much interchangeable with “Bigfoot”.
Yeti: Stalking the regions around the Himalayas, and sometimes called the Abominable Snowman, the Yeti is probably the next best-known cousin of Bigfoot. The Snow Walker clip was a famous Yeti sighting.
Windigo: Hailing from the woods of Canada, the Windigo (or Wendigo) is a big, hairy man-like creature from Native American legend. But legends don’t think of it as an animal; Windigo is a creature that transforms from a human, and has very bad intentions.
Yowie: From the outback of Australia, by many accounts this guy is like a shorter version of Bigfoot. Unfortunately, reported sightings are so varied it’s tough to come up with an accurate description of the creature.
Skunk Ape: The Bigfoot of the Southern US. He’s just as big and scary, but ups the bar with the added benefit of a horrific stench. It’s claimed he gets his illustrious odor by hanging out in methane-packed bogs.
Orang Pendek: From Sumatra, and only a few feet tall, so not really similar to Bigfoot in stature. But Orang Pendek is definitely an example of a bizarre Bigfoot-like critter from an unexpected place.
Yeren: This creature lives in the forests of China, and is described as everything from a Bigfoot lookalike, to a hairy wild-man. What’s interesting is that the Yeren hails from the general area of the world where Gigantopithecus, an ancient giant ape, is believed to have gone extinct.