Dr. Bryan Sykes, Professor of Human Genetics at the University of Oxford, is one of the world's leading geneticists. He has taken on the difficult task of analyzing several purported samples of Bigfoot sent in from different parts of the world. Unlike Dr. Melba Ketchum, Sykes is extremely tight-lipped about his study and hasn't revealed much in terms of progress. It looks like there may be a reason for this.
According Robert Lindsay's latest Bigfoot News, Dr. Sykes has apparently isolated Bigfoot DNA and this has been confirmed through different sources:
I reported earlier that Sykes Bigfoot DNA study out of Oxford University would confirm that there is a new hominid in North America. That was from an online comment by a former fashion model who is in deep with the Ketchum Study. Now Christopher Noel in his new book has stated that Sykes study will prove that Bigfoots are real. I emailed Chris to ask him how he knew that, and all he would says is, “That’s just my prediction.” I found that odd. Sykes responded to my bolded words above with a harsh statement saying that there had been no leaks and that I was dead wrong.
Well, the problem is that I have another source who is very close to the Ketchum Study. This person has been told by 3-4 separate people who are close to the Sykes Study that Sykes has indeed isolated Bigfoot DNA from some of his samples. The source stated that some of Sykes samples were just common animals, but some of his samples had indeed come back as Bigfoot. So now I have it from 4-5 separate sources that Sykes has apparently isolated Bigfoot DNA, or 5-6 sources if Noel is onto something.
I suppose Sykes may try to rebut this evidence too, but the weight of evidence is starting to build that he is indeed going to prove that Bigfoots exist.