Chinese Relaunch Search for Hubei Wild Man

Researchers in China have been looking for the ‘Bigfoot” phantom, also known as “Yeren” or “Wild Man”, since the 1970’s.

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The Hubei Wild Man Research Association (HWMRA) in China’s Hubei province announced they are recruiting researchers from around the world to join its team in relaunching the search for the Bigfoot creature in the Shennongjia forest region.  Luo Baosheng, vice president of HWMRA, told Xinhua, China’s state run news agency, that team members must be in good physical health and it is preferred they are between the age of 25 and 45 years old.  “Most importantly, we want the team members to be devoted, as there will be a lot of hard work in the process”, he said.

Researchers in China have been looking for the ‘Bigfoot” phantom, also known as “Yeren” or “Wild Man”, since the 1970’s, but the last time an organized search took place was in the early 1980’s.  HMRWA member Wang Shancai said this new search will cost about $1.5 million U.S. dollars.  Wang is also an archeologist with the Hubei Provincial Institute of Cultural Relics and Archeology.

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