Myra Shackley - The Russian Bigfoot TV - Associated Content online - Bigfoot Files TV -
I got a picture of almost unanimous agreement that strange wild people were living in the high mountain areas. The Mongols say they’re human in appearance but that their speech isn’t the same as the Mongols’ speech. There has been no attempt at direct communication, although they trade by putting parcels of skins on the ground, retreating and coming back later to collect what has been left in exchange. Dr Myra Shackley, Altai Range, Mongolia
The mountains of Western Mongolia and Russia’s Caucasus may be home to a relic unlike any other. A living creature that’s weathered the test of time ... But if he’s related to Bigfoot, they’re distant cousins. The Russian Bigfoot
Perhaps the best documented (and most intriguing) case of a hominid with both human and ape-like characteristics that was captured in the wild and lived for many years amongst humans is that of Zana. And the most astonishing and significant aspect of her life was that she inter-bred with humans! ...
After her capture (in the mid-1800s) Zana was presented to the prince of the region D M Achba, who later gave charge of her to one of his vassals, named Chelokua. Ultimately she was passed on to a nobleman named Edgi Genaba, when he visited the area. Genaba brought her back to his home in the village of T’khina.
Zana’s story was confirmed by interviews of over 100 villagers and residents of her homeland. They described her as having dark, greyish-black skin, bare on the face, but elsewhere she was covered in reddish-black hair. The hair on her head was a bit darker and formed a thick, tousled mane that hung down her back. Her face had a sloping forehead, prominent brows and cheekbones and massive jaws. Her nose was broad and flat, her eyes were reddish and she had large, strong white teeth. Her body was robust and muscular with well-developed breasts. She was tremendously strong, and also swift, able to even outrun a horse! Associated Content online: The Zara Chronicles, article David Claerr 10th February 2008, ‘Captured Bigfoot Researched by Russian Scientists’
Russia: home to the Almasty ... The Almasty-Neanderthal theory – the idea was developed fifty years ago. Bigfoot Files III: Almasty, Channel 5 2003
The tale of Zana – the so-called Wild Woman of the Caucasus. ibid.