The hunt for evidence of the actual existence of the Yeti, known as ""the abominable snowman"" by mountain climbers in the...

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THE ABOMINABLE SNOWMAN

The hunt for evidence of the actual existence of the Yeti, known as ""the abominable snowman"" by mountain climbers in the Himalayan, was launched by the Daily Mail expedition, in 1954, after Izzard's trip to Everest. The expedition was charged with the task of investigation on a scientific basis. Examinations of Yeti traces and tracks, the checking of eye-witness accounts, the sifting of fact from superstition, the trailing of known areas where they had been seen, all builds up to conclusive evidence of actual existence of what may be a hitherto unknown animal. Here is still another chapter in the conquest of the mountain world.

Pub Date: June 30, 1955

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1955