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Many times we hear and read stories about Bigfoot abducting adults and children. We even have some stories that claim that Bigfoot eats small children. Then we have cases where people go missing in national parks and sometimes it is thought that Bigfoot is behind some of them. One of the most famous potential Bigfoot abduction cases that happen in a national park was the Dennis Martin Case.

There is also many tales from Native American history that talks about Sasquatch abducting and sometimes eating people.

But this report I want to share today has a much different outcome.

 According to this report/story, this took place in Wrangell, Alaska. It comes from a fisherman, and is stated to have been passed down for many years. So the exact date is just unknown.

Here is how the story goes.

It seems a family had went camping and they had a 3 year old little girl. Somehow the little girl had wandered away from camp and away from her mother. She had been missing almost all day. Of course, as you can imagine, the mother and other campers were very upset and concerned about the missing girl.

Long about dusk here comes what was described as a hairy giant walking towards the encampment carrying the missing little girl in it's arms. This hairy giant was also described as being a male creature.

The hairy giant walks over and places the little girl down and turns and walks back into the forest. The little girl is completely unharmed and in perfect condition.

One odd thing had happened to the little girl while she was away. Someone had taught her to play stick ball and that was something she did not know how to do before she went missing.

Now, this hairy giant is of course a Bigfoot by todays terms. Once I read this story over it made me wonder if maybe the Bigfoot had taken the child and then returned her later. Could it just have been a curiosity kind of thing. In any case, this report/story is totally unverifiable but still something to store in the archives. Maybe we can use it and compare it to future reports.

When it comes to cases of potential abductions done by Bigfoot, I think it could depend a lot on the particular Bigfoot. After many years of reading reports, talking to witnesses and doing my own field research, I think Bigfoot personalities vary a lot. Much like people I think some are more aggressive than others. Some may be more prone to abductions or other undesirable behavior.

Maybe in the case above, the Bigfoot just had that protective behavior. We find this in humans and it is not limited to just our family or offspring. Some people have a desire to protect others, or animals or trees. So, it would not be out of plumb to think some Bigfoot might display this type of behavior.


This post by Thomas Marcum, Thomas is the founder/leader of the cryptozoology and paranormal research organization known as The Crypto Crew. Over 20 years experience with research and investigation of unexplained activity, working with video and websites. A trained wild land firefighter and a published photographer, and poet.

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