Purported Bigfoot DNA Sample Just Black Bear

"Well, I do have big feet", said the bear.

In news that will probably shock just about no one, Dr. Melba Ketchum’s controversial Bigfoot DNA results have not been replicated under independent examination.

Cryptomundo’s Guy Edwards reports:

It was a sample from Justin Smeja who claimed he had killed two Bigfoot, known as the “sierra kills” or “bigfoot steak” sample. For many the story of killing Bigfoot was anecdotal at best and the DNA results were anxiously anticipated.

Independently a few Bigfooters took the same samples to Canada’s most respected forensic DNA labs at Trent University. The samples came back with two DNA results; a female black bear and human (from the person who had handled it).

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  • Ted Heistman

    Obviously the Bigfoot DNA shape shifted into black bear DNA, upon examination. Sneaky Sasquatch!

  • http://shalilayo.com/ Shalilayo

    Damn! I really had my hopes pinned on this one!

    Bigfoot and end-of-the-world dates seem to have a lot in common, lol. Just when one gets shut down, another one pops up, just like that Whac-a-Mole arcade game I played as a child.

  • BuzzCoastin

    Santa Clause & the Easter Bunny think Big Foot is bullshit.
    What do they know?

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