Robert Grahn Claims the University of California Davis Veterinary Lab Doesn’t Perform Species ID Tests
To begin, after initial approval by the lab supervisor with 24 years of experience, Robert Grahn of the UC Davis Veterinary Lab has declined my submission for suggesting a “remote possibility” the blood we found in Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery might turn out to be from Bigfoot.
If you are not familiar with my process of contacting the University of California Davis Veterinary lab and receiving approval to submit my blood sample, please read my previous blog.
4 to 6 Months
First, when the UC Davis Veterinary Lab agreed to take my sample, they did so with my understanding it would take 4 – 6 months before they could test it.
Next, I agreed. I sent the payment information for the $998.00 test and sealed my sample and began the long wait. Although I was willing to wait six month for the results, there was no way I was willing to wait six months before I put out my next movie.
That was how Cascade Bigfoot Blood Mystery Remote Viewed was born.
Suffice it to say, just the remote viewers’ ability to describe the location is beyond astonishing. When they start talking about the “culprit” and motives, things move right into the Twilight Zone.
I would dismiss it all outright, if there were not two remote viewers and a professional psychic saying the same things.
But I didn’t want to rely on remote viewers and psychics.
Would Science Confirm?
I wanted science to determine what was left in my tent on that morning in June of 2021.
So far I had taken a polygraph test, underwent hypnosis and then I tried to submit my blood sample to supposedly the best lab in the country.
Needless to say, when I received my envelope back, overnight shipping paid by UC Davis in 4 days and not four months, I was a little concerned. Of course I did some speculation before I opened the envelope.
Why did they return my submission? Had I submitted it improperly? Was the payment information incorrect?
Quite simply, it was none of the above. What I did not speculate about was that they had turned down my submission without even looking at it.
What content? I wrote the following email once I had sent my sample to the person who gave me the initial approval.
“From what I understand from Dr. Melba Ketchum’s findings, in the unlikely case it is from a Bigfoot there will be human female mitochondrial DNA and an unknown for the male. I just want to tell you in advance in the odd case that’s what comes up. At least the test won’t reject the sample outright if that’s the case.”
It began to appear as if the University of California Veterinary Lab is afraid of Bigfoot.
In response, I sent the following correspondence to Mr. Grahn. I graciously gave him 24 hours to reconsider his decision.
When I sent the same email to the person who okay’d my sample submission in the first place, this is what I got. Did they take punitive measures against her? Where did she go for two days?
Naturally, I have not had any response from her or Grahn, or the University of California Davis Veterinary Lab. Is the University of California Veterinary Lab Afraid of Bigfoot?
As I said in my letter to Robert Grahn in my appeal to test the sample based on the fact it might be the blood of a missing person. I don’t know what that substance is. I don’t have any idea what it’s from. It was my intent to do a scientific inquiry with possible real evidence.
Robert Grahn Piled Higher and Deeper
Since I paid for the test, completed all the requirements, received the okay and was willing to wait 4 – 6 months, there are only a handful of reasons Robert Grahn refused to test my blood sample and falsely claiming the University of California Davis Veterinary lab doesn’t conduct species identification tests.
- Robert Grahn is picking and choosing based on the “content” of my email. This email mentioned Dr. Melba Ketchum and pointed out what she found when testing Bigfoot DNA. I predicted the “unlikely” possibility they might find the very same type of DNA. In other words, his lab refuses to test for Bigfoot DNA because they are afraid they might find it.
- Robert Grahn has been instructed not to test for Bigfoot DNA or anything the US Government claims does not exist.
- Robert Grahn is deliberately ignoring evidence so he can say there is no evidence to keep on the government dole.
- All of the above.
Bored of Untrustees
Whatever the case, the claim the University of California Davis Veterinary Lab does not do the species identification test I specifically requested is a fraudulent statement by a government official.
If they’re going to go that far to cover this up with no repercussions, do you really trust the government to ever be honest, about Bigfoot, aliens, or anything?
Is the University of California Veterinary Lab Afraid of Bigfoot?
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Matthew Heines is an author and veteran of the US 82nd Airborne Division with over twenty years of experience teaching in the USA, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Sultanate of Oman. Matthew Heines has six books currently in publication titled, My Year in Oman, Another Year in Oman, Killing Time in Saudi Arabia, Deceptions of the Ages, The Rainier Paradigm and Heinessights: Wisdom for the Ages. Currently living near Seattle, in Washington State, Matthew Heines is active in politics and has run, and is currently running for the US House of Representatives.