Laura Krantz: Sasquatch, Science and Society | ST 005
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As the gents of cryptozoology get behind the microphone for another installment of Sasquatch Tracks, Micah debriefs Jeff and Smoky about his recent studies in the history of Sasquatchery, and the surprising amount of information that can be found in the historical record in America pertaining to stories of “wild men” and ape-like humanoids throughout the centuries.
Then later in the program, we are joined by journalist and podcaster Laura Krantz, host and producer of the popular Wild Thing podcast, which explores the subject of Sasquatch in relation to science and culture. According to the podcast’s website, “Wild Thing is Laura’s journey into the world of Bigfoot, introducing us to the true believers and the I-want-to-believers, while seeking to explore why this creature ignites our imaginations, where that fascination comes from, and why it persists.”
Stories and other links discussed in this episode:
- The Historical Bigfoot, Second Edition by Chad Arment
- The Official Website of Laura Krantz
- Wild Thing Podcast Season One: Sasquatch, science and society
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