Yetis Spotted On 3 Separate Occasions In Siberia Over The Past Few Weeks
Author: Mack Rawden
published: 2012-09-26 16:55:51
Siberia is crawling with Yetis right now. At least thatís what three separate men would have you believe. All three residents filed reports during the past few weeks claiming to have seen large, Bigfoot-looking creatures running around the woods on two legs, and given a bundle of three dudes seems more credible than the average Yeti sighting source, people have collectively decided this is news.
Sasquatch experts have long claimed there might be as many as thirty Yetis living in Russiaís Kemerovo region, but thereís never been enough evidence gathered to convince mainstream scientists. According to The Sun, International Centre of Hominology head Igor Burtsev once discovered some hair in the area he thought could be linked to Yetis, but thus far, his findings have not been released to the public.
Two of the three men who spotted the Yetis allegedly tried to make contact with the beasts, but on both occasions, the animals ran back into the forest as soon as they sensed others were around. Since people have been hunting the creatures for centuries without ever capturing a body and since the overwhelming likelihood is they donít even exist, it seems unlikely these recent sightings will change anything. Expect some obsessives to storm the area over the next few months, however, to try and make some headway in their pursuit.
If someone does discover a Yeti, rest assured it will be the front page story on every newspaper in the country, and we too will report it. Until then, make sure to bring a camera if youíre heading to Siberia.