Recently I have spoken with some Native Americans in southern California and southern Arizona who have told me their Bigfoot stories. They call this hominid “Yucca Man” while others call them “Sun Devils.”
As with everything else in the desert these Yucca Men (and women) are shorter and leaner than their counterparts found in the northern regions. However, these odd desert dwellers tend to be more aggressive and fierce than their cousins in the north for some reason.
The deserts of the American Southwest are filled with cactus and sagebrush and to glimpse at the region one would think nothing lives there but you could not be more wrong. There is plenty of wildlife in the desert and most of that wildlife is nocturnal I suppose due to the extreme temperatures during the day time hours.
One Native American man told me a story about this Yucca Man. He and his family were deer hunting and camping for a few days in the desert of southeastern Arizona towards the end of October. They had their tents set up and a campfire going and they were listening to some music. Suddenly, one of the family members noticed something standing in the brush just out of the campfire light. At first they thought it was a person, perhaps an illegal migrant or another hunter, but it wasn’t as they soon found out. Continue Reading