Some thing very pedestrian about the walk, I would expect a more Sasquatch-y gait and less like Carl, the guy who collects the shopping carts at the grocery store.
Received from the Washington Bigfoot Contact Form:
Here is the long awaited scientific essay describing a new “Hominin” species at Mount St Helen’s. The conclusions are verified, repeatable and consistent. Enjoy the read.
Mitchel N. Townsend
The paper is called ‘Using Biotic Taphonomy Signature Analysis and Neoichnology Profiling to determine the identity of the carnivore taxa responsible for the deposition and mechanical mastication of three independent prey bone assemblages in the Mount St. Helen’s ecosystem of the Cascade mountain range’ by Aaron Mills, Gerald Mills, M. N. Townsend.
The document is 94 pages long, describing Townsend’s experience finding the ‘bonestack’ and going into great detail to show that the teeth marks belong to a previously undocumented hominin, bigfoot.
In a recent post, Greg Newkirk, Editor-In-Chief at Week In Weird asks, Was Bigfoot Killed in Washington’s 1980 Mount St. Helens Eruption?.
May 18th marked the 35th Anniversary of the massive eruption that killed 57 people and destroyed 230 square miles of forest. Ash was blown 80,000 feet into the air and mud, ash and debris combined with melted glaciers to cause powerful mud flows that destroyed everything in their path as they rushed down the side of the mountain.
The Mount St Helens area has been the location of multiple Bigfoot sightings and the infamous Ape Canyon Sightings from the 1920’s tells the tale of 5 miners who fought off a Bigfoot attack. Another famous set of sightings from 1969 also got national attention.
Certainly any creatures in the path of the ash and mud flows on that Sunday morning in May were killed, but there is no reason to believe that Bigfoot does not still roam that area. Bigfoot sightings from 2002 suggest that Bigfoot is alive and well in the forests and hills of Mount Saint Helens.
Winlock resident Mitchel Townsend says he was walking through the woods near Ryan Lake in Lewis County, Washington when he came across a stack of bones with dental imprints that could prove Bigfoot. Townsend is a teacher at Centralia College’s Continuing Education program and has found additional evidence that he is currently preparing for a paper.
“If you add it all up, you have an 8-foot, 8-inch tall creature that is killing animals at different areas of Mount St. Helens with its bare hands, chewing them up, literally skin and bones and all, and spitting them out between its legs” – Townsend.
Townsend’s theory is that Bigfoot is “not an ape, it’s a hybrid that has been interbreeding with Native Americans for the last 80,000 years. That’s why it is so smart and it has human teeth.”
Townsend adds “With respect my research is available to anyone for free. Just contact Centralia College Dept of Continuing Education for information. Mitch Townsend”