“The wires had been snapped and twisted like nothing I’d ever seen, regardless of did it was monumental. We collected some hair hanging from it that smelled very strongly of rotten meat crossed with urine, which I remembered from earlier expeditions.”
That sounds similar to the opening strains of a model new horror movie. Increased however, it looks like any individual might have actually found a hair/fur sample from a Yowie – Australia’s Man of the woods. If that’s the case, the Yowie is each a pure blonde or that urine scent is coming from a cryptid method of dying hair. Do blonde Yowie’s have additional pleasing?
“Merely the best way wherein it walked you’ll see the human in it. Nevertheless it absolutely wasn’t lined in clothes, it was all hair.”
David Taylor, who claims he found the hair sample on 2/17/19 caught on a barbed-wire fence in bushland north of Mackay in Queensland, isn’t any irregular Yowie hunter. He’s the founding father of the Sunshine Coast Yowie Evaluation Group Fb internet web page (the place you may even see a picture of the hair sample) and any individual who believes he has seen a dwell Yowie. In November 2018, he took an ABC data crew to the spot near the southeast coastal nook of Queensland the place he allegedly encountered one among many legendary creatures in 2010. Whereas wanting with a pal for an outdated railroad tunnel near Dularcha Nationwide Park in Landsborough on the Sunshine Coast, he in its place observed movement after which heard a growl.
“First step it was just about in the midst of the road, second step it was throughout the bush, then the third step it was totally gone. Fully vanished, couldn’t see nothing. Nothing makes you feel additional alive than listening to it growl at you. It’s that loud and it rattles every bone in your physique. Then you definately positively admire life. Merely the best way wherein it walked you’ll see the human in it. Nevertheless it absolutely wasn’t lined in clothes, it was all hair.”
Blonde hair? Taylor didn’t say, nevertheless he admits working away and returning two days later with members of the Australian Yowie Evaluation group who found a footprint the place he thought he observed the Yowie. The hair sample was found whereas seeking Yowie in Mackay, which is north of Landsborough on the central part of the Sunshine Coast. (You presumably can see footage of the fence, the fur and Taylor proper right here.) Hoping he’s found the missing hyperlink of hair, he despatched it to a lab for testing.
“I’m sending the up to date sample to be examined on the Sunshine Coast, which might take about 21 days for outcomes. Whether it is one thing like earlier situations, it can doubtless be inconclusive and won’t match as a lot as any animals.”
Skeptics say it’s from a non-Yowie animal large enough and highly effective enough to destroy a barbed-wire fence. What long-haired blonde Australian animal might that be? A dingo? A water buffalo? Some large escaped cat? Taylor doesn’t report seeing any footprints the place he found the hair. Is he defending them a secret until he’ll get the sample analyzed?
If it’s actually from an infinite blonde Yowie, do you suppose they’re going to truly inform him?