It's been quite awhile since the veterinarian Melba Ketchum failed miserably at her Sasquatch DNA Project. Despite all the evidence pointing out her flaws on a scientific level, many in the Bigfoot community still stand behind her work. Recently, there have been several discussions (and arguments) over whether or not she did in fact actual prove Bigfoot through her DNA Genome Project. So, with all the current drama, Daniel Benoit of the ECBRO decided to do a webcast to discuss how she really did not prove Bigfoot.
In my personal opinion, you need a specimen to scientifically prove a species. It can be alive, like Matilda in Melba's videos. It seemed she had that thing under lock and key. Human-contaminated or "unknown" DNA is just not going to cut it as far as proving to the world that Bigfoot is real.
Anyhow, I will post several videos below this webcast, where you can hear actual scientists rip her work apart. And then I will leave you with, Matilda—the sleeping Bigfoot!
What do you think of her DNA project? Could there be any validity to her claims, or is the whole thing just a big sham? Feel free to comment below.
Despite all the joking around in this video, these scientists do get to the heart of the matter.