Yeti, Sasquatch, Bigfoot; whatever name it goes by, the wild-dwelling beast-man of local legends still has yet to be proven to exist, according to science.
Texas hunter Rick Dyer recently posted new photos of "Hank" the Bigfoot, who he claims to have killed in 2012. Skeptics and fans can see the mythical body up close with a planned carcass tour.
A number of researchers, some with scientific background, declare they have seen Bigfoot. Meanwhile, a project wants to raise money for a quiet drone to finally track down the large, hairy creature.
Sir David Attenborough, perhaps the world's most famous natural-history broadcaster, says he believes that Bigfoot, or the Yeti, may be alive and well, and somewhere up a mountain.
Small towns in Argentina are becoming increasingly concerned about the appearance of a haunting gnome-like creature.
Outside observers discover that the alleged cadaver was merely a gorilla costume. The rubber foot was a dead giveaway.
Bushnell's Field and Stream is offering one million for a verified photo of Bigfoot. This may be the Georgia trackers aim.
The alleged Bigfoot finders proved themselves masters of selling their website at their Palo Alto press conference.
Twitter and Google searches are dominated by talk of the press conference that claims to prove the existence of the legendary ape-man.
Two Bigfoot hunters claim they have found the mythical creature. Here's why they are telling the truth.