Editor's Note: This is a post by Bigfoot Evidence intern Melloney TheEriduserpent. She lives in southern Spain and her various interests are herpetology, mythology, and ufology. Basically, everything supernatural.
One of the first things a sceptic asks a Bigfoot believer is "Why are there no bones, no skulls found, there would have been at least one found by now surely?". Well it is quite possible that we have had the "one" for over 40 years, a skull that was tucked away and forgotten about by the Department of Anthropology at UCLA.
Christened The "Minaret Skull", the specimen possibly of a non-human anthropoid was unearthed in the Minarets Range of California's Sierra Nevada Mountains by a Dr. Robert W. Denton. At that time he passed it on to a colleague one Dr. Gerald K. Ridge who then sent it to university for a second opinion.
The problem after all this time is finding it again, examined then "put away", it is now probably among a mountain of uncatalogued boxes in a storage facility in Chatsworth (San Fernando Valley). Now all that remains is for a highly motivated individual to spend the time searching for it "if" given the permission to do so.
Anyone up to the task?
You can read more about it here: link.
Minaret Skull Mystery interview of Dr. Robert W Denton
Uploaded by Jaime Avalos on Aug 23, 2009
I go and visit Dr. Denton in his home on a hot August day. I talk with him about how he came to finding this skull on a Boyscout trip and his perception of the owner of the skull.