‘YETI’ The Abominable Snowman is Alive and Well and Living In Siberia

October 13, 2011

‘YETI’ The Abominable Snowman is Alive and Well and Living In Siberia

Russian officials in  the Kemerovo region of southwestern Siberia say they have found ‘indisputable evidence’ that yetis exist and are currently living in Siberia.  Their claim follows an international conference and expedition to track down the Abominable Snowman in the Mount Shoria area.

The expedition was organised after Kemerovo’s governor invited researchers from the United States, Canada, and several other countries to share their research and stories of encounters with the creature at a conference.

Local officials say an expedition team of “experts” traveled to Azassky cave and Karatag peak in the Mount Shoria region where they found his footprints, his supposed bed, and various markers with which the Yeti uses to denote his territory.  The collected “artifacts” will be analysed in a special laboratory, the administration said.

However, doubt has already been cast on the ‘find’ as the team has no convincing photographic or DNA evidence.  Their claim appears to be based on bent branches, a single unclear footprint and a small sample of grey ‘hair’, found in a cave.

“We were shown some twisted willow branches that are referred to as markers they were convincing evidence of this hominoid,” said Canadian Yeti researcher, John Binderangel, who has spent three decades hunting for conclusive proof of the Yeti. “There were also some tracks, but we’re not quite sure what to make of them.”

Dr. Igor Burtsev, leader of an international conference on Yeti, claims around 30 Yetis live in the Kemerovo region, adding they are Neanderthal men who have survived. Burtsev said it would not be long before people everywhere would appreciate the Abominable Snowman’s existence. “We are close to finally finding the Abominable Snowman.”

Publisher: Salient News

2 comments on “‘YETI’ The Abominable Snowman is Alive and Well and Living In Siberia”


Hmm they say there is no DNA evidence but they have hair. . . . If they check the hair then they have DNA evidence.


Yetis also live along with some remaining neanderthals in South Philadelphia

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