Is Bigfoot a werewolf?
There are some people that think that the creature bigfoot (sometimes called sasquatch) is a werewolf or some other type of werecreature or shapeshifter. One reason for this interpretation is that bigfoot is often said to be fur covered. Another reason is that bigfoot is also humanoid. Bigfoots are often spotted in the woods – another place where werewolves are often spotted. While I admit at first glance there do appear to be some similarities, I myself do not think this is true; no, bigfoot is certainly not a werewolf as far as I can tell. But I thought I’d share this info as there are some people that do think they might be the same creature. For those of you not very familiar with what bigfoot is – bigfoot is a creature that is sometimes said to resemble a huge ape. It walks upright like a human and in most reports is said to be 6 – 10 feet tall. Most sightings are in the Pacific Northwest. The clearest piece of evidence I think that bigfoot is not a werewolf, is that in the famous footprints that bigfoot is said to leave behind, there are no claw marks; they resemble human prints. Werewolves of course would have some type of claw mark in their print.