abominable snowmen


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abominable snowmen

the yeti of Tibet; believed to exist, yet no sure knowledge concerning them. [Asian Hist.: Wallechinsky, 443–444]
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Critique: This detailed and comprehensive study on the subject of 'Abominable Snowmen', 'Sasquatch', and 'Yeti' is enhanced with the inclusion of an informative Foreword, numerous illustrations and maps, five appendices, and a thirty-four page bibliography.
Some avalanches have been started by Abominable Snowmen sneezing.
Back in 1967 actors dressed as Yetis roamed the Welsh countryside in padded fur-covered costumes lming a six-part Doctor Who adventure, e Abominable Snowmen, starring Patrick Troughton.
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NANT FFRANCON YETI The 1967 second Doctor Patrick Troughton filmed a story called The Abominable Snowmen in the Nant Ffrancon Pass in Snowdonia, which doubled for the Himalayas and featured the monstrous Yeti.