This article describes the BIG claims being made about Bigfoot creatures and weak evidence provided in support. First, a Michigan woman claims they visit her backyard:
A group of Russians claim a living “snowman” roams the cold Shoria Mountain area of southern Siberia. Meanwhile a woman in Newaygo County, Mich., told Discovery News that she has been interacting with and actually feeding a large family of close to 10 Bigfoot-like creatures who live in the woods near her home for the past two years.
Then, Dr. Jeff Meldrum, a Bigfoot researcher, is not thrilled about the evidence presented at the latest event in Russia:
Meldrum also has questions about what Burtsev presented during the two-day trip to the cave in the Kemerovo region. He says when the group of scientists entered the cave, there were several large footprints along the muddy floor, but strangely enough, they were only imprints of right feet.
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So, much hype and no real substance. Loren Coleman remarks in this piece about witness credibility but that has less to do with that than tangible evidence that can be evaluated. We have pathetically little to go on, certainly not enough to make such sweeping pronouncements that Bigfoot/Yeti exists.