Ape-man also known as Sasquatch or Bigfoot is said to be a large, hairy, ape-like creature that inhabits the Northwest Region of Northern America. It is largely rumored that Ape-man ranges in height from six foot six to nine foot eight and weighs over five hundred pounds with reddish brown hair. It is said that Bigfoot has a harsh and foul smell by those who have encountered the creature. It is believed that Sasquatch is an omnivore, bi-pedal, and mainly nocturnal. Through DNA evidence Texas veterinarian Melba Ketchum and her team announced that Bigfoot is a human relative that came into existence about fifteen thousand years ago. Ape-man has been known to be extremely hairy, short tempered, and will stalk and follow humans and other animals that it is hunting for miles and days.
In 1951 the first photograph of Ape-man’s footprint was taken by Eric Shipton and later in 1958 several more footprints were found in Del Norte County, California. Numerous footprints have been reported throughout the Pacific Northwest. Bigfoot was sighted in 2009 in a remote area of Siberia. Again, he was spotted in 2007 by a son and father camping in Estes Park, Colorado. The most famous and notable sighting was on October 20th 1967, when Roger Patterson and Robert Gimlin on horseback went out to look for Bigfoot by Bluff Creek, California. They found what is said to be Sasquatch by the creek bed next to downed trees, Sasquatch, in the candid video, spooks Patterson’s horse and looks back at the camera twice as it disappears into the woods. The Sasquatch in the video has been described as an adult female, around seven hundred pounds and approximately seven foot four inches tall.