Freak Encounters with the Genoskwa

Freak Encounters with the Genoskwa

The Genoskwa is a subspecies of Sasquatch. It even appears as a mention in Native American folklore. They call it the ‘Stone Giant Man’ due to its size and appearance. In an Iroquois legend, this hairy homini beast has the name of “ot ne yar hed” or “ot ne yar heh”. This name translated to ‘Stone Giant’ or ‘Stonecoat’.

You can think of the Genoskwa as Sasquatch’s larger and more aggressive cousin. Its skin is tough as a rock, and they twist the heads of their victims until they decapitate them. They also like to throw rocks at people from a distance.

Freak Encounters with the Genoskwa

The Sasquatch is a rather shy and peaceful creature that does not attack unless you provoke it. However, the Genoskwa is more aggressive than the Sasquatch, being very violent and territorial. It’s about 9 to 11 feet tall and weight around 800 pounds.

Freak Encounters with the Genoskwa

The Genoskwa raid Native American camps and take away the inhabitants in the middle of the night. These poor souls would get eaten alive in the forest. The beast would decapitate them through the gruesome method of head-twisting. Then, he would tear them apart and eat them limb by limb. These creatures exude a horrible smell from their bodies, a mixture between a skunk and a dead animal.

This foul smell can linger in some places for days. This is the only indication of the Stone Giant’s presence in the area. For those that are not familiar with the smell, they would chalk if off as a dead animal. Specialists say that the beast uses the smell as a means of communication too. This behavior is similar to that of gorillas.

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An explanation for the creature’s name could come from the fact that its fur was coarsened with dirt and mud. Later on, the mud dries and forms a protective layer, resembling that of an armor. This makes it harder to penetrate their skin with sharp objects.

The Native American people fear the Genoskwa and try to leave offerings to it in the forest in an attempt to placate it.

 

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