US Federal Government search for BIGFOOT!
The US Federal Government believed in the Yeti (aka Bigfoot) and gave instructions on how to handle the search for Bigfoot /Yeti! Unclassified papers released from the National Archives show an official document date stamped 1959 providing guidance to those searching for the Yeti existence in Nepal.
The guidance in the Official US Government Document goes so far as to say that the Yeti, if found, is not to be killed but must be CAUGHT ALIVE. It also says that any reports on the actual existence of the Yeti MUST NOT BE GIVEN TO THE PRESS OR REPORTERS without permission.
What does this mean? It could mean that the government knows far more about creatures such as the Yeti/Bigfoot than it will ever let the general public know (government conspiracy). It could also mean that there are other papers out there that have not yet been released such as regulations on hunting for other creatures that should supposedly “not exist” by today’s government standards. It also means that all werewolves must be cautious as to who they reveal their identities to!!
Here is a transcript of the body of the official document from National Archives written by the American Embassy in Kathmandu in 1959:
There are, at present, three regulations applicable only to expeditions searching for the YETI in Nepal. These regulations are to be observed in addition to teh 15 clauses as listed in Mountaineering and Scientific Expeditions in Nepal.
The three regulations are as follows:
- Royalty of Rs. 5000/ – Indian Currency will have to be paid to his Majesty’s Government of Nepal for a permit to carry out an expedition in search of “Yeti”.
- In case “Yeti” is traced it can be photographed or caught alive but it must not be killed or shot at except in an emergency arising out of self defence. All photgraphs taken of the animal, the creature itself if captured alive or dead, must be surrendered to the Government of Nepal at the earliest time.
- News and reports throwing light on the actual existence of the creature must be submitted to the Government of Nepal as soon as they are available and must not in any way be given out to the Press or Reporters for publicity without the permission of the Government of Nepal.