The Abominable Snowman, Spies, Secret Agents and More: A Strange Saga That’s All Too Real

If the Abominable Snowman, Bigfoot, the Chinese Yeren, and the Russian Almasty are, indeed, giant apes, then the question needs to be asked: what is their precise identity? One candidate is Gigantopithecus blacki. It was a massive ape that lived in the distant past and which some Bigfoot researchers are convinced may explain sightings of large, anomalous apes in some of the wilder, desolate, and forested areas of our planet today. There is just one problem with this particular theory: mainstream science, biology, and zoology all assure us that Gigantopithecus became extinct thousands of years ago. There is, however, more than that: In his 1946 book, Apes, Giants, and Man, Franz Weidenreich made the controversial assertion that Gigantopithecus may have been far more human-like than ape-like. Chinese scientists also got hot on the trail of Gigantopithecus during this same time frame. Then, in 1956, a massive jawbone of the huge ape was unearthed at a cave in Liucheng, China. The result was that, in a relatively short time, a great deal was learned about this previously unheard of hairy giant. Now, we come to another part of the story of the Abominable Snowman. It’s a part of the story that few people know about – and that has connections to real-life secret agents and spies – all because of certain massive monsters that are said to dwell on the vast Hamalayas. With that said, let’s see how the bizarre affair plays out.

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