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Posted: Feb 18 2011, 11:57 PM
Member No.: 8
Joined: 19-January 11
El Mono Grande seen in Ecuador and Peru South America!
Local natives, gold mining prospectors and archeology treasure hunters all witnessed a family of large bipedal apelike creatures living in a cave in the Andean mountain range of Ecuador.
That report above, just fell onto my lap the other day, but it isn't the first time I've read something like this. There were also Quencha speaking natives (Andean natives with their ancestry originating from the Incas) in Peru that have witnessed the same creatures in their neck of the woods, mind you they never spoke of any sightings near caves in Peru.
I will try to get more detailed info on these sightings and post them here with links... I may go down to South America to get some first hand info... I hope to be able to get some photos of ancient rock carvings or drawings/paintings, but I'm really interested if I can speak to the eyewitnesses first, an eyewitness sketch would be great!
Sound good, or what? Let me know if you come across anything like this.. Who knows, Senor Sasquatch might have some cousins down south? If he does I'd sure as hell be interested if they speak Spanish or Chinese, like their cousins up here?
Just found the link: http://www.adventure-trader.com/Ecuador-Gold-Treasure.html
It's just further than halfway down the page.
From the book Beyond The Andes By Pino Turolla
Never whistle in the woods at night, unless you want company!