Monday, November 26, 2012

Like most of you, we're intrigued with Melba Ketchum's recent statement that her DNA tests prove an unknown creature exists whose very unique DNA showing a hybrid mix between humans and primate, aka Bigfoot. However, Ketchum's claims come after years of controversy and rumors as to the validity of her work and skeptics warn that her claim is practically worthless without a completed, peer-reviewed paper: Melba Ketchum announces Bigfoot DNA results. Without the data. Adding fuel to the skeptical fire, Ketchum also refers to "angel DNA", which is what she calls unidentified sections of DNA, which leaves some questioning, Who is Melba Ketchum's Spokesperson? And who said what about Angel DNA? Ketchum also said that her findings call for immediate action to protect Bigfoot as they should be classified as human and are entitled to the same basic human rights we are. However, Dr. Matthew Johnson [says] Relax Chicken Little, The Sky Isn't Falling and Bigfoot will be just fine without our help. People won't start roaming the wilderness trying to catch a glimpse of the elusive creature because it's not as if Bigfoot has rented the house down the street making it easy to peek in a window or two. Bigfoot has always managed to elude us and will continue to do that. The only thing that has changed, says Dr. Johnson, is that legend may have finally turned into truth. Believe it or not, there actually was other news on the Bigfoot front, and this guy sure chose the wrong time to go public with this news: What are the odds? Sasquatch researcher says Bigfoot ravaged apple orchard in his backyard - and he has video to prove it, but like the New York Daily News, we're calling foul...err OWL on this one too.

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