A creature of North American folklore, Bigfoot, otherwise referred to as Sasquatch, is a bipedal ape-like being who apparently roams the wooded wilderness of North America. These creatures have been the subject of countless hoaxes and supposed sightings, with an established community of firm believers. Of course, the legend of Bigfoot is not unique to North America. Cultures across the globe have their own version of Bigfoot, such as the Yeti of Tibet and Nepal and the Yowie of Australia. Now, grab your camping gear and binoculars to catch a glimpse of these bizarre theories and myths about Bigfoot.
There Are Supposedly Several Types In The United States Alone
Although other cultures have their own interpretation of the Bigfoot myth, the United States is said to be home to more than just one species. In fact, some claim that there are at least 12 different kinds of Bigfoot creatures residing in the forests of the United States.
According to Appalachian Investigators of Mysterious Sightings (AIMS), these various species inhabit the Appalachian region of the United States and range from the more human-looking Ohio Grassman to the aggressive, eight-foot-tall Midnight Whistler.