Abominable Snowman Yeti Warning

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Abominable Snowman aka YetiThere is unfortunately a dark side to the winter wonderland of the Christmas season.  The cold weather, and snow storms allows the terrifyingly dangerous Abominable Snowmen, aka Yeti, to venture away from it’s Arctic home into the populated areas of southern Canada, the northern United States, Northern Europe, and Russia.  However they also exist within high altitude mountain ranges where ever they may exist.  So mountain climbers should be on the alert all year round.  Due to the current round of winter weather across the United States, we are issuing this urgent Yeti warning.  There have been numerous sightings of these hellish creatures that move about with winter storm fronts.

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Unlike their docile cousins, The Sasquatch, the Abominable Snowman is a deviously dangerous predator who enjoys hunting down humans for dinner.  These furry bright white beasts blend in seamlessly with the snow, and have the ability to set simple traps for potential victims.  They can get up to 9 feet tall, and weigh up to 800 pounds so eradicating them isn’t easy.  In fact only beheading, and incineration by fire will get the job done.  If you spot a Yeti we advise you to run as fast as your feet can carry you.  Exercise extreme caution when venturing out in snow storms, or hiking about the wintry woods.  Consult with your local Eskimo Witch Doctor for possible magical protections against this monstrous menace.   In addition due to the mystical goodness of Christmas, the Abominable Snowman seems to lie dormant the week before, and after Christmas.

To Learn More About The Yeti please see our past forecast:  http://mysticinvestigations.com/supernatural/?p=132

Xavier Remington

About Xavier Remington

I'm the President of Mystic Investigations. A private paranormal crime fighting organization out for supernatural justice in a world full of supernatural darkness.
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