New Bigfoot Evidence: Research Team Cites DNA Samples And More

The Sasquatch Genome Project has recently presented a series of dramatic findings which – according to the group – prove that “Bigfoot” creatures are not only real, but they are more closely related to human beings than we realize.

Led by Dr. Melba Ketchum, the team of researchers – funded by millionaire businessman and Bigfoot believer Adrian Erickson –  held a press conference last week in Dallas, where it made public both never-before-seen video footage, photographic evidence, and even DNA samples collected over a five year period.

Image Credit: New York Daily News

Image Credit: New York Daily News

According to the researchers, the above photo comes from video footage a sleeping Sasquatch – possibly a juvenile. In addition to the video evidence, photos of giant footprints were also shown.

Perhaps most interestingly, the group analyzed over one hundred specimens of blood, hair, skin, and tissue. According to Ketchum, the results indicate a species that is neither completely human or completely ape – but rather a “hybrid” of the two.

Unsurprisingly, the announcement has triggered an intense backlash. Ketchum herself has been a lightning rod of criticism since publishing a Bigfoot DNA paper earlier this year.

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The Sasquatch known as Brutus from Michael Cahill's Legend Trippers

A Sasquatch from my recently published book, Legend Trippers.

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