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Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science

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  • Posted June 22, 2011

    Very good, especially if interested in the scientific aspects of Bigfoot research

    Very interesting. Sometimes technical in the area of Dr. Meldrum's speacilty- i.e. apes, bipedialism and things like the anotomy of the foot, but very readable. Fascinating info regarding the differences he has found in alleged Bigfoot prints versus human footprints. These differences seem to give evidence for an undiscovered upright animal with anatomy differing widely of that of humans. I look forward to reading or seeing any further research from Dr. Meldrum.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 21, 2007

    Scientific Confederacy.

    The search for sasquatch which is often disbarred by modern hoax has recieved a genuine confederated of scientific thought and process. Dr. Meldrum brings 21st century methodology to an aged 17th century argument. The existance of Sasquatch was noted over 4 centuries ago by native Americans. Having nothing to gain by hoaxing the native people unfixated by cultural fame embrassed the existance of this creature long ago. The revered animal of the americas inherited lore from our indian brothers and an alarming number of native geographical names bare witness to it. This is a stiring reality of the history of this debate. I believe Dr. Meldrum will find his modern harry man beast and end the age old debate. As a fellow ISU alumnist it gives me tremendous pleasure to read this book and happily await the day of discovery. 'Keep diggin Doc!'

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2006

    Sasquatch: legend meets science

    i am a bigfoot fan and i believe in bigfoot, i do believe that there is some sort of bipedal humanoid mammal out there, this book is written by a real actual scientist named Jeffery Meldrum. he is a wonderful guy

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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