Emotions run high when bigfoot DNA claim is debunked

Earlier this week I wrote about my experience with Texas vet Melba Ketchum and the DNA evidence she claims proves the existence of Bigfoot. In short, I had the DNA material tested by a credible Texas scientist and it showed no evidence of a new species.

My bottom line is this: If Ketchum really had the goods she would have gotten the work published in a reputable scientific journal. Instead she’s playing to an audience that doesn’t understand how science works, that wants to believe Bigfoot exists and is willing to send her some cash to further their delusions.

Read the full article here: Melba Ketchum strikes back: “There is a conspiracy to suppress our findings”

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