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Steve Berry Discovers Yeti Tracks In Remote Bhutan Mountain

Yeti-tracks-Bhutan

Of all the Bigfoot legends around the world, the Yeti is possibly the most consistent in appearance. A large white primate, existing in the remotest parts of the world for thousands of years. The Yeti, a.k.a the Abominable Snowman, isn’t heard as much today as in years past, but a new set of pictures taken by an English trekker has …

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Bigfoot Sightings Abroad – Australia’s Yowie

Bigfoot Sightings Abroad – Australia’s Yowie

Our beloved North American Bigfoot has many names across the world (such as Yeti and Sasquatch) but in Australia, the secretive cryptid is known as Yowie. In the eastern part of the country, the Yowie is described in Aboriginal folklore as roughly seven to twelve feet in height with large, Bigfoot-like feet. However, suspected Yowie tracks which have been found …

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Bigfoot Sightings in Siberia – The Yeti Is Alive and Well

Fisherman, Vitaly Vershinin, shows the location he observed the Yeti from his boat on the Mras-Su River.

A spate of recent Bigfoot sightings within the last few years in the Kemerovo region of Russia highlights the apparently thriving Yeti community living in the remote parts of the country.  Experts believe there are around 30 of the creatures living across this remote area of Siberia. The first report came from the fishing village of Myski, in August 2012, …

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A Brief History Of The Yeti (Abominable Snowman)

1951 Photograph of Abominable Snowman Tracks

The Yeti, also commonly known as the Abominable Snowman, is a humanoid cryptid from the Himalayan areas of Nepal and Tibet.  The name “Abominable Snowman” came into use in 1921 when Charles Howard-Bury led an expedition to Mount Everest and in his book, Mount Everest The Reconnaissance, 1921, referred to tracks made by an unknown creature the locals called ‘metoh-kangmi’ …

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