Blockbuster breaking news for the Bigfoot world! As a world exclusive, I will be publishing the first drawing of the Bigfoots killed in the Sierra Kills in the California Sierra Nevada in October 2010. I will be publishing the rough draft of a drawing of the male Bigfoot, who was about 8 feet tall and weighed about 600 pounds.
The drawing I will be publishing is of the head of the male. As I mentioned in a previous post, I feel that the male looks like an elderly Black man. I have been attacked for this view by people who said I was comparing Black men to apes. But the SK Bigfoot does not look like an ape! He looks like a man! A very, very, very weird lookin’ man, but a man nonetheless.You are invited to look it over yourself and see what you think the SK male Bigfoot looks like.
Taking a note from the page of Melissa Hovey, I am going to copyright this drawing for the time being as a placeholder for the actual copyright owner of the drawing (I am not sure who that person is). I am doing this via watermark only to prevent people from stealing the photo and trying to copyright it themselves, which happens quite a bit in this sleazy Bigfoot world.
If, after publication, the true copyright owner wants to come talk to me about copyright issues, we can do that, and I will just turn copyright back over to him.
I received the drawing from a very prominent person in the Bigfoot world who had been given copies of the drawings. This person may be a major Bigfoot blogger or may host a big Bigfoot radio show, but who knows? Maybe they don’t do either of those things after all?
No new information of Dr. Melba Ketchum DNA study. The various publishing dates for the study have all come and gone for months now with nothing to show. At this point, I am throwing in the towel about future predictions because I have been burned too many times in the past.
We can definitely confirm though that the study was at one journal, possibly Nature, and was rejected for a couple of reasons. We can also confirm that it is now at another major journal and that it is or was definitely in peer review. Is it out of peer review yet? Maybe it is, maybe it isn’t. It’s apparently due to be published soon, but no one knows what soon means. The Ketchum camp is silent as death itself. With not a single word coming out of there, it’s locked shut solid as steel.
Ketchum paper has all star lineup. Ketchum revealed on her Facebook site that she has a number of PhD’s co-authoring the paper, including many who are employed at universities and others who are university department heads. It’s hard to see so many big names getting on board with a total hoax.
TBRC shooting incident more involved that is let on. Recently, members of the trigger happy and pro kill Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy claim that they shot a Bigfoot at night on some property that they research. Although they have admitted that they got some blood off a rock in a streambed after the shooting, they apparently obtained even more evidence than that, including solid biological evidence. I don’t know any more than that.
Rick Dyer truck fire a hoax. Rick Dyer, hoaxer extraordinaire of the Bigfoot in a freezer in 2008, set off on a publicized journey to go to Canada to hunt Bigfoots. He claimed he had written permission from the Canadian government to go up there, but the letter from the Canadians he showed around was apparently a forgery according to our sources, since the Canadians said they never issued it.
He only got a short ways on his trip though before his truck caught fire. This truck fire was reported all over the news as “Bigfoot hunter’s journey cut short by truck fire.” The fire was generally thought to be accidental.
Sources tell us that Dyer and his buddies set his own truck on fire and then called 9-11 on himself all as part of a gigantic publicity hoax for Dyer and his Bigfoot hunter business. Sound likely to me.