The other day in the mail came the DVD, "Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science," a companion to the book I'm reading of the same name, and we had fun watching it. Among all sorts of other things, it shows the whole Patterson film, which has yet to be proven fake, and analyzes it.
What rekindled my interest in the bigfoot again was a recent newspaper article about a scientist who's being shunned by his peers because he really thinks sasquatch exist. Jeff Meldrum, Ph.D., is an associate professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University and a research associate of the Idaho Museum of Natural History, with all sorts of credentials, and he's been convinced by the evidence that this creature is real. And so I thought I would help support him by buying his book, published this year.
|Mount Higgins, near Oso, Washington|
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