Here's an excerpt from Robert Lindsay's Bigfoot News:
Bigfoot = Heidelbergensis? I have a contact who has been investigating Bigfoot remains in the US. They claim to have seen Bigfoot bones in several places in museums, open archeological digs and private collections. Except for one skeleton, the bones lack a skull. They stated that the Bigfoot bones can be determined by sheer size as they are much larger than human bones. They also said that the Bigfoot bones differ in a couple of other ways, being thicker and having a different curve to them. In all cases, existing Bigfoot bones in digs collections were all labeled “Indian.”
This person also observed the “Sells skeleton” from Texas. There was a habituator named Sells who shot a lot of Bigfoot video in Texas before he died. This person observed the Sells skeleton and photographed a portion of the skull from that skeleton, which is very tall at 8-9 feet. They overlaid it for me onto a photo of a Heidelbergensis skeleton and it fit perfectly. Researchers ought to get ahold of the Sells skeleton in order to study it as it may be a Bigfoot skeleton. I am not sure who owns it know, but Tom Biscardi may have something to do with that skeleton. Apparently Bigfoot bones exist in North America!