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Footsteps in the Snow - Steve Berry features on ITV News West

Footsteps in the Snow - Steve Berry features on ITV News West

News of the mysterious snow tracks found in Bhutan continue to intrigue many, the latest being those at ITV News West.

There are various possible creatures which may have caused the tracks, one theory being the Yeti.

Interviewed by ITV Specialist Journalist of the Year 2015, Katie Rowlett, Steve discusses his Yeti theory for the strange tracks he and his Bhutanese guide discovered on a steep snow-covered mountainside which locals believe has never been explored by man before.

Steve's interview is scheduled to be aired Monday, 11th April, at 6pm on ITV News West, you can catch up by visiting itv.com/west or watch Steve's latest video on our website.

What's more, Channel 4 will be sharing Steve's story on Sunday, 1st May 2016, at 8pm - postponed. Unfortunately, this showing was cancelled - we hope to be able to advise a new date soon.

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