Tantalising new clues have apparently come to light surrounding the Johor Bigfoot. But the state Tourism and Environment committee are saying nothing until they can analyse the data properly.
New clues emerge in Bigfoot search
New clues have been found that may lead to the discovery of the Johor Bigfoot.
The Johor Government’s Bigfoot research steering committee is in the process of verifying the clues which would, hopefully, provide some answers.
There had been claims of sightings of the elusive giant hominid in recent months.
State Tourism and Environment committee chairman Freddie Long said he would rather not talk about the clues until the verification process by experts was completed.
The scientific expedition to search for Bigfoot, which was originally scheduled to begin in April, had been postponed due to the rainy season.
Long said the committee would decide on the location for the expedition based on the information it had received.
“We do not want to carry out the expedition in a hasty manner as getting information on the matter will give us a better chance of discovering Bigfoot,” he said after opening the Muar MCA Bakri division annual delegates assembly here on Friday night.
Story: New Straits Times Online.