Yeah, we’re talking Bigfoot. You have to be able to pronounce mitochondrial before proceeding.
If you’ve watched “Finding Bigfoot”, “Monster Quest” or any other “Bigfoot” show they always have DNA samples that come back, “Contaminated with Human DNA” and then the results are ignored. The problem is that when DNA is used to identify an unknown sample, it is compared to a known species. “Oh yeah, it’s fox.” In my humble opinion, it occurred to me that if you had all these unknown samples and they all come up as the same genome, you have a genome of an unknown species. Like….um…..Bigfoot.
Dr. Melba Ketchum did just that. In a groundbreaking study she and her team mapped the Bigfoot genome.
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Novel North American Hominins, Next Generation Sequencing of Three Whole Genomes and Associated Studies
Watch the next video carefully. At the 4:10, Bobo says that he did not sign a non-disclosure agreement “Like everyone else”. He mentions the Sierra Shooting. Have you noticed that in the recent years all the “Bigfoot” shows on TV have dried up? Dr. Meldrum went quiet. Finding Bigfoot went off the air. Todd Standing is quiet. Minnow Films who own the rights to the story of a Bigfoot shot behind a San Antonio strip mall (of all places) is silent.
Speaking of San Antonio, here’s the original 2012 911 call that started that story.
Minnow Films hired Rick Dyer for the “Bigfoot Expert”. The real story was wrapped up in stories and the whole episode was labeled a hoax because Dyer presented (again) a fake body for exhibition. But where did the real body go. The following video hints at Washington State. Between the “HOAX! HOAX! HOAX!” that is the theme of the video. While you watched it, did bits of Truth leak through the cracks?
Dr. Meldrum is back on the road addressing Sasquatch as a Hominin. Did access to DNA and a body shift this very thorough PhD to change the direction of his research?
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