Gansu Province, China
Wang Zelin, a graduate of the biology department of Northwestern University
in Chicago, was able to directly see a wildman shortly after it was shot to
death by hunters. Wang was driving from Baoji, in Shanxi Province, to
Tianshui, in Gansu Province, when he heard gunfire ahead of him. He got out
of the car to satisfy his curiosity and saw a corpse. It was a female
creature, six and a half feet tall and covered with a coat of thick
grayish-red hair about one and a quarter inches long. The hair on its face
was shorter. The cheek bones were prominent, and the lips jutted out. The
hair on the head was about one foot long. According to Wang, the creature
looked like a reconstruction of the Chinese Homo erectus.
Source: Cremo, Michael A. & Richard L. Thompson, Forbidden Archeology, 1996, Los Angeles, USA: Bhaktivedanta Book Publishing.