Wednesday, October 28, 2015

The Mande Barung - Bigfoot Of India


Stories of bigfoot type creatures span the globe. One of bigfoot's lesser known cousins is the Mande Barung, India's own version of the sasquatch. Not much evidence has been available to support the creature's existence outside of tribal stories, at least not until recently.

Generally regarded as a part of the landscape for those living in the area; it’s uncertain when the first sighting of the Mande Barung was reported. However, the cryptid has been enjoying a recent surge in notoriety thanks to a famous sighting which occurred in April 2002. Forestry officer James Marak and his team of fourteen were conducting a routine survey of the tiger population in Balpakram. The team reported observing a figure which they described as Yeti-like in stature and appearance. However, Marak isn’t the only one in his family claiming to have seen the creature. According to the family, Marak’s son also saw it and his grandson claims to have seen unusual foot prints eighteen inches in length. Despite the multiple sightings, his family members believe the matter wasn’t seriously investigated at the time because authorities were ‘uninterested and lazy’.

Five years later, similar sightings reported in 2007 forced Indian authorities to announce a scientific study to examine the credibility of the tribal villager’s claims regarding the Mande Barung. Not only did at least half a dozen villagers report seeing the Mande Barung during a three week period, but they also saw more than one creature at a time. They observed a group of two adults and two smaller creatures resembling a family. They were huge and bulky, covered in blackish-brown fur and their heads looked as if they were wearing a cap.

23 comments:

  1. I am pleased and feel privileged to announce that a Bigfoot has been shot in Oklahoma and the body is being examined as I speak. Expect major news coverage of this historic event in the next few days so buckle up folks, it's going to be a helluva' ride !

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    1. Captain cut and paste is really happy about this Bigfoot hoax. Must be better than any of Rick Dyers.

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    2. They just mentioned it on our local Okie radio station. I'm getting excited !

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    3. ^ Are you as excited as I have been with lots of hard-ons needing "attention" ?

      Joe.

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  2. A really bad ride if their is human DNA in the mix as suspected.

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    1. yeah,,,`specially if they`re "bi" or transgender

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    2. transgender are very queer indeed

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  3. It's interesting that reports from all over the world match the description of bigfoot xx

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    1. It's also interesting how many turds Itkomi eats. You would be surprised. It's more than 10 a day.

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  4. Bigfoots eats - hawgs, dawgs, possums, coons, coyots, deers and such so why not bigfoot researchers - campers - hikers - hunters
    David Paulides 411 onit ...

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  5. the descriptions sound a lot like the north american sasquatch . I am willing to bet there are bigfoot type creatures to be found in the northern part of india but i'm having trouble with them being seen in a huge city like New Delhi . They may have seen some type of chimpanzee maybe , I dunno

    Joe

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    1. Let`s face it,what do you know about New Delhi ?

      Nothing at all...so get back to your helmet polishing set.

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    2. A lot more than you that's for sure. I don't want to depress you with my grade numbers when it comes to knowledge to save you from crying in your cereal.

      Joe

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  6. Got Mande Barung suit?

    -Joe Iktomi

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