New Yeti Resort To Be Opened In Siberia To Encourage Tourists To Catch The Abominable Snowman Daily Mail
The planned Yeti Park will include a hotel and museum in Sheregesh, Siberia. Igor Idimeshev, the region's governor and the man behind the park, claims to have had close encounters with the creature and is raising the stakes with an offer of some $30,000 to to anyone who can catch a yeti and prove its existence. Photographic evidence won't be enough, and it's easy to see why. Here's the 1962 Bigofot footage that predates the Patterson-Gimlin film but it's no match for that famous film. This footage, shown on "Finding Bigfoot" last Sunday, was taken by Gary Bouvier's father during a Boys scout survival camping trip 5 years before the PG film. And judging by the way the creature jumps from boulder to boulder, there is no way to rule out that it wasn't simply a human being, not Bigfoot, in that footage.