posted on Nov, 22 2011 @ 11:32 PM
I am highly skeptical, because as some of you may know, there was a similar incident with a yeti hand. I believe it was an American adventurer/climber
who stayed at one of these remote monasteries, and he was shown a supposed yeti hand.
This man took it upon himself to replace one of the fingers by wiring it to the hand, where it looked natural. He then brought the finger home for
analysis, which I believe turned out to be a human finger. It probably wasn't very nice to steal from the monks, but he did prove that their yeti
hand was no such thing.
The scalp, on the other hand, since it has hair, could be a bit different, although I doubt it is from an authentic yeti. If so, I am very curious as
to how they obtained it. I remember reading about this actually, when I was very young. So this has been known for a while I believe.