Last weekend, various news agencies reported that a Sci-Fi Channel crew (from Destination Truth) were claiming to have found a Yeti footprint:
“It is very, very similar,” Josh Gates, an archaeologist who serves as the host of the weekly travel adventure series, told Reuters in Katmandu after returning from the mountain. “I don’t believe it to be a bear. It is something of a mystery for us.”
…Gates said the footprints on lumps of sandy soil, which would be sent to experts in the United States for analysis, were “relatively fresh, left some 24 hours before we found them.”
“This print is so pristine, so good, that I am very intrigued by this,” said Gates, flanked by his team members.
You know it never takes too long for the ‘skeptics’ to turn up, and CSI(COP)’s Benjamin Radford was soon debunking the whole affair in his column on LiveScience. Radford’s comments didn’t impress Loren Coleman though, who – while having his own questions about the new find – was extremely critical of the poor arguments put forward by the cryptozoology skeptic. The saga continues, so stay tuned…