The Yowie is Australia’s model of Man of the woods, with the identical furry, ape-like look however typically mentioned to tower over 9-foot Wild man by at the least 3 toes. There’s no place in that nation with extra Yowie sightings than Queensland and there’s nobody who is aware of extra about them than Australian cryptozoologist Rex Gilroy. So, what higher place to deliver a large rock you consider was as soon as owned by a large Yowie than on to the person himself? A Queensland farmer did simply that and received a affirmation that she might have a software belonging to a Yowie.
Eventually week’s Cardwell UFO Pageant (“Australia’s Solely UFO Pageant”), farmer Stephanie Berger introduced what’s described within the Day by day Mail (which received the story from the Cairns Submit) as an “axe deal with” however what seems to be like a big head of a stone axe or a hand axe to point out anybody who might assist her determine it (image of the rock right here). Berger mentioned she discovered the stone whereas “cultivating the paddocks” on her farm. Within the U.S., a paddock normally means a corral for holding horses, however it may also be a discipline for farming. Berger claimed she discovered many axe handles however one caught out – at the least after she dug it out.
“We discovered this one explicit axe deal with that was a unique kind of rock to the others and buried fairly deep, and it was large.”
Australia’s unique “Yowie man”, Rex Gilroy, was the keynote speaker at a Cardwell UFO Pageant occasion often known as the “C-Information” the place he spoke about “yowie reviews, UFOs and the misplaced Australian civilization of Uru.” The final one is the topic of one of many many books 75-year-old Gilroy has written since seeing a UFO in 1959 and turning into taken with ufology, cryptozoology and different paranormal topics. In keeping with the Day by day Mail, Gilroy instructed Berger that “solely a seven-and-a-half foot tall monstrous would have been capable of absolutely elevate the axe.” Because it was present in Cardwell, an space with quite a few alleged Yowie sightings and proof of its existence, and since Berger doesn’t know of every other giants, the linked dots draw an image of a Yowie utilizing the massive rock as an axe.
“There have been heaps of sightings documented up right here. Cardwell is the useless centre of a hotspot for unexplained exercise throughout the realm.”
That’s confirmed by the group Australian Yowie Analysis and a few Man of the woods researchers consider Wild man is a software person, so its Aussie cousin might have picked up some suggestions on the final household reunion. Nonetheless, 7-and-a-half-feet is simply a median dimension for a Yowie – not a “monstrous.” There was nothing else reported to have been present in Berger’s paddock dig that was Yowie-ish. After all, Berger needs to consider, particularly with an endorsement from the “Yowie man” himself.
“I actually do now suppose it being a yowie would clarify it.”
Hold digging, Stephanie. Hold digging.