While Bigfoot and other Neo-Giants are the most famous hairy humanoids in America, they are only found in the Pacific Northwest. Meanwhile, something...different is being seen throughout the rest of the country, known as Eastern Bigfoot. Eastern Bigfoot look like Bigfoot, but there are subtle differences. Famous Eastern Bigfoot include Iowa's Lock ridge Monster and Missouri's "Momo"
Appearance & DescriptionEdit
Eastern Bigfoot are 7-9 feet tall, with a humanoid shape. They are covered in hair or fur. The faces of Eastern Bigfoot are more ape-like than Neo-Giants, but they are often hidden by fur.
Eastern Bigfoot are thought to be humanoid apes, possibly some form of missing link in human evolution. They are most likely a subspecies to Neo-Giants.