there were 3 or 4 children, the family was Native American, and everyone eventually later died from drowning and/or sickness. The Indians believed if you were to look upon such a beast that you would have bad luck come to you.
When the narrator mentioned the Myakka skunkape(Sarasota)he was correct about the lady who took the pictures but he said the creature had been getting in her garden...her letter stated to the sheriff's dept that it had been coming up to the house and stealing apples she had set outside.
When I see a show like this on TV it just makes me feel that it's made for the percentage of the American public that are not knowledgeable or are narrow-minded on Bigfoot and Sasquatch...that they are still out there and more so than they know. But it seems by keeping the PNW creatures in reference it is more familiar with the percentage of Americans that believe in the creatures because of the Patterson film. It's amazing how many people I have talked to that didn't know that Bigfoot creatures are in every state except Hawaii(I have always read that Hawaii didn't have them so if I'm wrong please somebody correct me). Just my thought on the show.
Posted on Feb 4, 2011, 11:56 AM from IP address 22.214.171.124