We get lots of emails from readers pointing us to different stories on the web and this story is one of the most interesting ones yet.
It's no secret that for hundreds of years Native Americans have had interaction with sasquatch. They are very familiar the "hairy giant" that lives in the wilderness. Throughout Native North America, Bigfoot is seen as a kind of "brother" to humans. In Indian culture, the entire natural world -- the animals, the plants, the rivers, the stars -- is seen as a family. And Bigfoot is seen as one of our close relatives, the "great elder brother".
A poster from Western Montana wrote an incredible account about various events that had happened while living on an Indian reservation. One event describes how a group of men became "traumatized" after killing a Bigfoot and burying its body.
"The men who did this feel incredibly guilty. Sasquatch is a matter of fact here, and the older generations told us to avoid them and leave them alone , because they are human beings . They are not 'animals' and they are not 'magic'"
This was originally posted on a web forum about two years ago. Whether you believe the story or not, it's an interesting read and provides a little insight into Native American culture.