According to Houston Chronicle SciGuy, Eric Berger, testing of Melba Ketchum’s controversial “sasquatch genomes” did not yield positive results.
Berger was an early critic of Ketchum’s rather unorthodox scientific publication process, but after speaking with her on the phone, he decided to assist with further scientific testing. Although he had been critical of Ketchum in regard to her journal publication, he truly hoped the study would offer positive proof of a non-human species. According to a statement released today on Berger’s blog:
I am first and foremost a journalist, and I figured if there was even a 1 percent chance that the Bigfoot evidence was real, it was worth my time to check the story out.
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