Well, the Bigfoot DNA thing is not about to quiet down. Dr. Ketchum asks everyone to calm down: "The paper is still under review and the rumormongering is counterproductive. The science will speak for itself once the manuscript publishes." OK, I say yes to that, but some people think the process is over, or will be soon. Doubtful News reports the paper was rejected by one journal. Igor Burtsev in Russia, who keeps popping up in this thing, says it was rejected in the US and is now in submission to a Russian journal. Unfortunately, he also has hauled out the "science refuses to give sasquatch a fair shake" card. I'm tired of that one. Yes, the bulk of scientific opinion can be very conservative, even unreasonable: but if your evidence is undeniable, you will eventually "win."
I don't know what's left to do here except hope some form of publication gets the data out. Now Ketchum says she has good Sasquatch video to go with this, but I can't figure out any reason to not release the video now - it would make reviewers take her paper much more seriously.