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Abominable Snowman – Real or Not..?

October 8, 2013

Abomination – definition: 1. anything greatly disliked or abhorred; 2. a vile, shameful, or detestable action, condition, habit


We have all heard of the Yeti or Abominable Snowman. Some people are even convinced they have seen one. There are even a few video’s and photograph’s purporting to ‘show’ these beings in the wild. However, the scientific community generally regards the Yeti as a legend, due to the lack of conclusive evidence.

These creatures are said to live in the Himalayan region of Nepal and Tibet. The locals call them Yeti or Meh-Teh and are part of local history and mythology. Unknown to Western culture until the 19th century, the parallel mythical creature, the Bigfoot is now the focus of a TV program; Finding Bigfoot on Animal Planet.

Maybe it is absurd to believe something so big could live in secrecy in the mountainous regions of the northern hemisphere, but we all love a mystery. After all legends must have some sort of truth in the depths of the stories – mustn’t they? Do you believe?

What is your favorite mythical creature?

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  1. I’ve never encountered a yeti, but had some experiences with sasquatch while growing up in Ohio:


  2. I saw One,I am from Europe.
    In the netherlands,at a National park.
    It was quit big…
    It was fast(normal walking)
    I felt that he was calm,and go his own way.
    There was a terrible smell….!?
    It was confusing,but no panic.


  3. I love the snow effect. Can I get that, or is it part of your template?


  4. The Yeti is my favorite. I hear they make lemon snowcones!


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