August 21, 2018 1:16 PM Subscribe
Krantz decided that any person who could fake that footprint would have to be as educated as he was, something Krantz highly doubted. [ . . . ] “He had to outclass me in those areas, and I don’t think anybody outclasses me in those areas. At least not since Leonardo Da Vinci, and I’d say such a person is impossible and therefore the tracks were real.”The Man, The Myth, and The Legend of Grover Krantz. A Legend In The Making: The Early Years of Grover Krantz. Does Science Benefit From the Search for Sasquatch? So, Why Do People Believe In Bigfoot Anyway? A linked series of articles on Professor Grover Krantz, Anthropologist and Sasquatch enthusiast, by Krissy Elliot.
A recent FPP rounding up Bigfoot news.
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