Sexy Female Yerens On The Prowl?
A New Yeti Expedition To Take Place In China
By TCC Team Member Dorraine Fisher
First, it’s been nearly 30 years since the last yeti expeditions by the Chinese Academy of Science. They were executed back in the late 1970’s and early 1980’s. These expeditions were fairly fruitless as far as really conclusive proof, but they did manage to secure foot prints, hair samples, and nesting sites.
But the more interesting possible reason for this expedition has been the local reports of female yerens "pleasuring themselves" with local human males in the central province of Hubei where the expedition is intended to take place.
Now this may seem amusing, but these reports are supposed to be completely serious. These "wild women" are supposedly storming into villages in search of "sexual partners" and "ravishing" these men as they lay there in terror. One account reported by the Zhejiang Provincial Daily newspaper was described like this: "A "wild woman" with deep blue eyes burst through the door and proceeded to ravish him. He was too frightened to call out, and was powerless to resist. The "wild woman" slept with him several minutes and then left."
Now I personally believe there would be serious "performance" issues here, but who knows? And in spite of that, these reports are being taken seriously (as they should be), and the Hubei Wild Man Research Association will implement the expedition.
With more than 400 sightings having taken place in the Hubei province alone, the expedition should be very significant. The last known sighting took place in 2007, and the 6 to 7 foot tall, reddish brown hominids are believed to possibly be an unknown species of orangutan.
The HWMRA, equipped with the latest technology, will take a slightly different approach to their investigation this time according to Vice President Wang Shancai.
"Previous searches did not focus on the correct areas," he said. "They were too scattered and did not deploy the latest devices," he said. "With these at our disposal, I believe we have at least an 80 percent chance of finding the "wild man." *******DF
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