Erickson Project: Mike Rugg suggests Bigfoot 'feral human' theory


Mike Rugg on the Bigfoot Discovery Museum Show last year in November was just as excited about the Erickson Project as he is today. Mike predicts the DNA study will show Bigfoot to be more human than ape.

"I do believe that part of the Bigfoot phenomena has to do with feral human beings. I do believe that there are feral human beings among us in various parts of the country. Little bottle neck gene pools of them, perhaps families who have adopted feral lifestyle over successive generations have engaged in inbreeding," Mike said.

Mike believes some Bigfoot events are probably feral people. He predicts, "If you check their DNA, it’s likely that they’re going to come out pretty normal… pretty human."

"They’re going to look and act very, very different," Mike added.

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