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 Post subject: Hair samples may confirm Sasquatch man’s existence
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Valley News Saturday
September 24, 1977
Shy, 7-ft ape-like creature
Hair samples may confirm Sasquatch man’s existence
Seattle (UPI) – A hunter of the legendary Sasquatch says hair samples found in three different corners of the country may confirm that the shy seven-foot hairy ape-man really exists.
John Beckjord, director of Project Grendel, a group of 21 laymen and scientists interested in solving the Sasquatch mystery, claimed Thursday that the evidence provides “strong indications” that “a breeding population of such primates does in fact exist in the remoter areas of the U.S.”
Beckjord said the three hair samples, found over the last two years in Washington, California and Maryland, where analyzed by Tom D. Moore, forensic hair expert at the Wyoming Fish and Game Laboratory.
According to Beckjord, Moore concluded that the three samples probably came from the same species of animal but could not be identified as coming from a human being or any known Wyoming mammal, black bear, gorilla, chimpanzee, orangutan, gibbon, simian or langue monkey.
Moore also told Beckjord that the unknown hairs exhibited some characteristics found in primate hairs in general. One of the hair samples, found on the Lummi Indian Reservation near Bellingham, Wash., had blood on it. Beckjord said the blood sample was tested by a University o California biochemist who reported that the blood came from a mammal, but not a bear, dog or any carnivore.
While the analyzed samples do not actually “prove” the existence of Sasquatch primates, “they do represent a major milestone for research of this type,” Beckjord said. The Sasquatch hunter added that he tends to agree with a theory that the Sasquatch is descended from Gigantopithecus, a Chinese ape-man that Beckjord says may have migrated to North American across the Bering Straits 50,000 years ago. He also said Sasquatch has been able to remain hidden all these years because the Pacific Northwest timberlands are so large and sparsely populated “you could probably hide a battalion of anything in those areas.”


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