The Vietnam Conflict Extract Data File of the Defense Casualty Analysis System (DCAS) Extract Files contains records of 58,220 U.S. military fatal casualties of the Vietnam War.Let’s think outside the box for a moment. Could their also have been other casualties we didn’t even know existed?What if they were not human?
As the story is told. I witness Gary Linderer was on a six-man patrol with the 101st Airborne’s Long Range Reconnaissance Patrols. While struggling through the underbrush, he ran into “deep eyes on a prominent brow… five feet tall, with long muscular arms.” The creature “walked upright with broad shoulders and a heavy torso.” His battle buddies told him he just saw a rock ape, but Linderer had seen Rock Apes before. This was no Rock Ape.
As the alleged story goes.The Nguoi Rung is a oft-told tale in the area. locals have seen and witnessed many supposed accounts. The Yeti is famous in the Himalayas,as the Sasquatch in North America, as the Nguoi Rung is to the country of Vietnam
Army Sgt. Thomas Jenkins reported his platoon was attacked by these apes throwing stones.Toward the end of the war, Viet Cong and NVA soldiers reported so many sightings of the reddish-brown hair-covered Nguoi Rung the North Vietnamese communist party secretariat ordered scientists to investigate.
Dr. Vo Quy, a respected ornithologist and environmental researcher from Hanoi, discovered a Nguoi Rung footprint on the forest floor and made a cast of it. The cast was wider than a human foot and too big for an ape. In 1982, another Vietnamese scientist, Tran Hong Viet discovered more footprints, which led zoologist John MacKinnon to investigate the region. MacKinnon called the area a “tiny, pristine corner of the world unknown to modern science.”