Wednesday, June 29, 2016

A Wolfhound Man to the Bone

Grover Krantz was a teacher, a pet owner, and an eccentric anthropologist. He was also the first serious "Bigfoot" academic. He is perhaps most famous, however, for having his skeleton, and that of his giant Irish Wolfhound Clyde, preserved and poised as they often were in real life. Grover Krantz and Clyde, both fully articulatd, are now part of the collection at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.

1 comment:

Chas Clifton said...

I never met Prof Krantz, but I did work for the publisher who published his book Big Foot Prints, although it came out shortly after I had moved on. Didn't know about the skeletons!