and I know there is no answer to them. WHEN Sasquatch creatures take children, like the one that took the Cherokee man when he was five, what happens to the captives after they're taken? Are they raised along with other BF 'children'? Are they killed and eaten? Do they ever find signs of them? Obvious answer to all three question(s)--no idea. I heard/read that monkeys in India take human babies out of the cradle, to kill and eat their brains.
And what emotion was conveyed by that creature's eyes that allowed the boy to 'go fearlessly with his captor'? Very interesting account. I don't think I've ever read/heard an eye witness account from a person who was almost taken by a Bigfoot. Thank goodness his mother was there to stop it. Glad the creature dropped him! Unless that critter, who tried to take him from his family is ever interviewed for his side of the story, we'll never know what his plans were, in kidnapping this Cherokee lad. Reminds me slightly of that boy scout lost in PNW, who claimed, after rescue, that a big hairy man guarded him at night.