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April 11th, 2009 02:04 PM
Bossburg Visit this link to an article in the Washington Post. Amazing.

April 11th, 2009 02:30 PM
Andy Once a teacher, always a teacher.
What an inventive way to engage young students!
Good for Dr. Krantz!
April 11th, 2009 04:19 PM
S.O. Bigfoothunter Well said Andy!
April 11th, 2009 06:22 PM
Bill Boqs Alas, my geriatric computer appears to be unable to open the file. Can anybody tell me what I'm missing? Even a PM would be greatly appreciated. Thanx.
April 11th, 2009 06:59 PM
Bossburg If anyone else can't open the link, go to the Washington Post and do a search for Krantz, you find a couple links that take you to the article.

April 11th, 2009 09:24 PM
Bill Boqs Thanks, Boss. I did exactly as you suggested. It worked.

Somewhat unsettling, I thought -- but certainly not without educational value. Kind of reminded me of the English utilitarian philosopher, Jeremy Bentham (I think), who had himself stuffed and mounted and placed on display at the university where he taught. Or maybe the late comedian, Del Close, who willed his skull to the Goodman School of Drama in Chicago where it continues to render good service as Poor Yorrick in Hamlet.

Considering Krantz' field of expertise, though, I think the gift of his body probably makes a valid point. Perhaps, someday, his bones will be on display next to the fully assembled skeleton of a sasquatch. It would be the kind of educational tool, and demonstrative evidence, he could only dream about during his lifetime. And after all that the good Dr. went through, who wouldn't want to tell the rest of the scientific community, "I told you so"?
April 11th, 2009 10:59 PM
ropera very cool.
April 12th, 2009 05:39 AM
cascadiansquatcher My small book of Sasquatch writings coming out soon is dedicated to Grover's memory.
April 12th, 2009 06:37 AM
Jake Levi
You gotta admire him, and, with his dog is the perfect way to do it.

His book is with two others the core of my Sasquatch library.