Profiling the Yeren

Posted by: Nick Redfern on August 27th, 2012

In a new post at Bigfoot Lunch Club, the legendary Yeren – arguably the Chinese equivalent of Bigfoot of North America and the Yeti of the Himalayas – gets profiled and discussed.

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3 Responses to “Profiling the Yeren”

  1. mandors responds:

    Okay, I have a neuron discharging that’s telling me NOVA did an episode of this back in the 90s. There were hair samples found and DNA tests made that came back–“Primate Unknown.”

    Anyone? Bueller?

  2. DWA responds:

    As Meldrum has already pointed out, if one presumes that the sasquatch is worth taking seriously, there’s no reason to take yeren any less seriously.

  3. DWA responds:

    “He blames lack of equipment and manpower on his inability to provide evidence of the creature’s existence.

    “Although I have seen the Wildman several times, I couldn’t record it because it escaped too fast, and I didn’t have a good camera to record faraway objects. Besides, it is too exhausting for a single man to search in such a large area.”

    “Li pours scorn on the large-scale science exploration teams that are occasionally organized to search for the creature.

    “These guys will never find anything new like a Wildman as they make too much noise, even if they are well equipped. To find a Wildman, you have to live in the mountains and merge with nature.”

    The fruitless search for hairy hominoids, completely explained, in a nutshell.

    Hardly anyone is looking, for hardly any time. Those who are, are either alone or in a group of way too many.

    But somebody may be getting the message.

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