Bigfoot DNA under the microscope; Controversy brews

The following is an edited excerpt.

The question of if Bigfoot exists has graduated from mysterious footprints and fuzzy images to the forensics of DNA research.

News reports last week suggesting that Bigfoot DNA evidence had been analyzed and confirmed through the peer-reviewed DeNovo Scientific Journal raised questions over the legitimacy of the publication.

Questions were also raised — and have still not been fully answered — about Texas veterinarian Melba Ketchum’s involvement with the journal, threatening the credibility of her five-year study of various alleged Bigfoot DNA samples.

Read the full article here: Bigfoot DNA Under The Microscope; Controversy Brews Over DeNovo Science Journal

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