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It is official, then: The Ketchum paper was REJECTED and FAILED PEER REVIEW.
No matter how much they lie or try to cover it up, this interview proves that the "ET/Angel DNA" issue is a real belief of Ketchum. You want "Proof"? THIS IS IT.
Sally Ramey, Ketchum’s former spokesperson, reportedly paid a visit to a dying Bigfoot friend to say goodbye to him. If you have read the incredible book, 50 Years with Bigfoot, by Janice Carter Coy and Mary Green, you know the unbelievable story that is told in that book.
S.A. Robinson, a self-described ‘armchair Bigfoot researcher’ states that it’s understandable that a subject as odd as this one, with the supposition that there is an enormous hairy creature that lives in forests around the country without being clearly photographed, videotaped or fully understood, should attract a good deal of divisiveness and even infighting. When proponents of the 'flesh and blood' camp mix with those who favor a 'magical' explanation, it can sour both sides from the real objective, which is to prove conclusively this entity's existence.
Originally posted by JayinAR
That was one of the first things I noticed in the original thread. It seems that Ketchum was claiming that this Bigfoot originated in NORTH AMERICA, some 15,000 years ago and was a hybrid of modern human and some unknown ape.
If that is true, then the research poses more questions than it answers, as now we are also looking for a modern ape in North America...
The bigfoots could certainly have evolved very quickly after the last ice age. Just look at how fast women have evolved since 1900 into the 400lb bruisers that block the entire isle in the grocery store.
Originally posted by RUFFREADY
I myself have trouble with "7-12 foot" ape thangs running around for so long.
Watch: The Bigfoot Report - Bigfoot News #6 - Robert Lindsay: Dr. Brian Sykes Study Validates Melba Ketchum Findings