Monday, April 9, 2012

Pointyhead 2

Reconstruction of Meh-Teh by Dr. W. Tschernezky
for Ivan T. Anderson's book Abominable Snowmen: Legend Comes to Life

Why are there so many yetis with cone-heads?

It's all because a scalp thought to be from a Yeti was discovered in a Buddhist monastery in Pangboche, Nepal in 1954. It was pointy.

Source: Bigfoot Lunch Club

Hergé knew of it and stuck it on his yeti in Tintin in Tibet:

And that's how the yeti got his pointy head.

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