Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Open Access to the Ketchum DNA Study and News Coverage of the Dallas DNA Study Press Conference

The Sasquatch Genome Project has released the Ketchum DNA Study for OPEN ACCESS. There is no charge for you to view the paper. A page was added that contains the complete study manuscript along with all the supporting supplemental data.



  1. This is a good start. I wonder if the degree to which the cross breeding has occur, determines the DNA structure. Back breeding
    and inbreeding would seem to change the outcome. I wonder if there
    is such a thing as a pure-bred bigfoot or is just a result of differnet
    DNA from a variety of species as yet undefined. The human part can
    be defined with certainty but the non-classified may in fact be a mix
    of different species coming together to form a group indeginous to
    North America. What of the rest of the world? Are we still looking at
    a variety of these beings scattered across the globe. Some in various
    stages of developement. Is the Eurasian and North American bigfoot
    one and the same. And my biggest question is, has this DNA study
    been done before with similar results and quashed by the powers
    that be. Of course for our own good.

  2. As has been said above...this is a good start but just the beginning...I wonder how many "scientists" etc are gagging and sputtering over their morning coffee this morning ? Thanks for posting this.

  3. Wow, the thing that stands out the most to me is, the tired and dejected look on the faces of the team,...... they are absolutely sick and tired of the, " it doesn't exist, and its a monkey" and all the other dumbass questions that have been put to them, over n over n over n over n over n over. I think they all deserve our admiration.