I have recently been thinking about the reports of Dogmen, or snouted looking humanoids that resemble Sasquatch is certain aspects
and not at all in others. The book "Real Wolfmen: True Encounters in Modern America", written by the foremost expert in the subject
Linda S. Godfrey, describes them as having dog type legs, with the break you see at the ankle of say a coyote, having a torso more
similar to an ape or human with arms and hands, but having large clawed fingers, and having a dog, wolf type head. Their behaviors resemble that of Sasquatch, but seem a bit more aggressive. The exhibit both bipedal and quad re pedal abilities, seem to like to steal road kill for food. My interest is all the more pertinent due to living a mere 20 miles south of Brey Road, which is the basic birth place of
the modern sightings of the creature, though it has been seen over the whole of the country. Sightings of this creature number far less
than traditional Sasquatch, whether your referring to the eastern or western variety. They also seem to live in proximity to eachother, but
also have a sort of dividing line, which has been noted by Linda during her investigations. There is also a reference to one dogmen being
found dismembered in Alabama, which had been torn to pieces by obviously something more powerful, which begs the question of whether Sasquatch, being the dog lovers that they are, get along with these kind, that seem to be competing with them for the same
niche. I am suggesting that Sasquatch may have developed there animosity with dogs from interactions with this beast. I would like
to here your thoughts, knowledge or experience. My own backyard visitations with what I presume are regular Squatch will be a bit more
interesting after reading this book....
Edited by Lake County Bigfooot, 05 March 2014 - 09:44 AM.