If the recent news that purported samples of "Yeti hair" were actually sourced from ordinary Himalayan brown bears is still bumming you out, here's a novelty item to cheer you up: canned air from Azasskaya Cave, ground zero for Abominable Snowman sightings in Siberia.
On November 30, 1959, Ernest Fisk of the American embassy in Kathmandu delineated the Nepalese government's regulations on any mountaineer's interactions with the yeti. Explains Archives.org of this peculiar document:
Here's something for all your Supermarionation fans out there. Longtime Beastie Boy collaborator and Being John Malkovich director Spike Jonze has directed 11 minutes worth of action figures teaming up with the Abominable Snowman to battle a vast anti-Beastie Boy conspiracy. Also, the undead show up for reasons…
Academics at Russia's Kemerovo State University are starting an institute to investigate increasing reports of 30 or so yetis around Mount Shoria in Siberia. According to institute head Dr. Igor Burtsev, these yetis are likely undiscovered neanderthals.
India's Border Roads Organisation plans to build a road through a region in Bhutan rumored to be inhabited by the Abominable Snowmen. Picking up hirsute hitchhikers on this new highway is not recommended.
Scottish geologist, illustrator, and speculative zoologist Dougal Dixon has made his career dreaming up dozens of fictional creatures shaped by evolution gone bonkers. Here are 10 of his creations who seemingly escaped from the Dungeons & Dragons Monster Manual.