People are so gullible. Altitude sickness?
As if a mythical beast walks in a perfectly straight line.
I saw a Sasquatch once... Right after I smoked a bowl of kind bud to put the seal on my Little Juan's burrito dinner (with a whiskey apertif). It could've been my terrified reflection in the bathroom mirror... but I'm gonna go with Sasquatch.
Interesting article photo of the 'First Indian Army Mountain Expedition' -- they're all middle-aged men. I wonder if they are playing a bit of a game and who precisely are the fools. The former Indian lawmaker may even be playing along for their own amusement.
It reminds me of an old story from my family. I had an uncle who taught himself to make flint arrowheads (different 'Indians' ).
On a group camping trip, a bunch of other family tried to joke thrill someone they knew by letting their friend find a perfect leaf point. For almost a week they left the point around the camp but he never managed to notice it.
Finally someone 'found' it themselves but the joke fell pretty flat.
Carrying an AK47.