Recently, Bigfoot habituator/DNA expert Dr. Melba Ketchum mentioned a very productive meeting with a news reporter who expressed interest in checking out her habitation site. Ketchum seemed hopeful that a reporter would actually set foot at one of her locations. It has been a week, and it now looks like no one's coming after all. Ketchum posted this somber status message on Facebook:
The media talks big but doesn't follow through. Haven't heard from the media person that was so anxious to come and see one. That's a dozen offers or so with no takers even though almost all said they would come. Doesn't that seem just a little odd?
As of this writing, Ketchum's status has caught the attention of two followers on Facebook, including WhoFortedBlog's Greg Newkirk. We know our friend Greg isn't really trying to be serious here. He's obviously trolling her for kicks:
[Update] Greg says he was serious when he asked Ketchum, "What were they going to come see, Melba?". He posted this response on Facebook:
Haha, oh no.. I was totally serious!! I was going to tell her that I'm a writer and I would definitely take her up on the offer to come and check whatever it is out, but I have a feeling she isn't interested in anything less than Dateline, which kind of sucks.
There's plenty of people who would love to see what she has to show off, but she never seems to invite anyone who can actually appreciate it outside of the mainstream media, who, let's be honest here, only want to snicker at her.