Laos – Part 3 A Brief History of the Wildmen of Laos

 Drawing by Alika Lindbergh based on sketches by Bernard Heuvelmans, Ph.D., and Boris Porchnev in Plate 48 of their book, L'Homme de Neanderthal est Toujours Vivant, Paris, 1974, and used in the Laos adventure to show local residents in markets.
Drawing by Alika Lindbergh based on sketches by Bernard Heuvelmans, Ph.D., and Boris Porchnev in Plate 48 of their book, L'Homme de Neanderthal est Toujours Vivant, Paris, 1974, and used in the Laos adventure to show local residents in markets.

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July 10, 2001 Xepon, Laos - Copies of the above drawing with descriptions in the Lao language were produced by Bang Productions and distributed in the Xepon market before we arrived on June 28. The idea was to see how many villagers might have seen any creature that resembled the drawing.

 

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