The take home is quite remarkable. It is that hair covered animals use their hair to sense other minds close by. We can tap this talent, perhaps partially, by growing our hair long. I had already understood this phenomena but had not entirely understood the hair linkage which makes excellent sense. After all all the connections are there to start with. It is a natural tool that we now make scant use off.
This will now change although it will take time.
In the meantime, this item shows us just how well adapted the Sasquatch may actually be. plenty of reports strongly suggest that the Sasquatch can sense minds and most important they can communicate over great distances on a mind to mind basis in some form or the other. It may not be visual but simply sensory which would still be valuable. It is nice to know that your children are ok.
The attribution of hairiness was probably influenced by the legend of the hirsute wodewose, but a number of feral children are thus described, as we shall see. Linnæus provided anecdotal case histories of varying reliability: Jean de Liège, a Lithuanian bear-boy, the Hesse wolf-boy, the Irish sheep-boy, the Bamberg calf-boy, the Kranenburg girl, the two Pyrenees boys, Wild Peter of Hanover, and the savage girl from Champagne (source link)