Posted by: Guy Edwards on January 9th, 2013
Cover art for Discovery Channel documentary and companion book
2003. It was a Thursday night exactly ten years ago today when a documentary film, “Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science,” aired on the Discovery Channel. The program featured scientists from various disciplines analyzing the most compelling evidence. Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science was produced by Doug Hajicek with White Wolf Entertainment, the same people who brought us Monster Quest. It is narrated by the distinctive voice of Stacy Keach.
The documentary can be defined by the analyses of three pieces of Sasquatch footage and 17 categories of evidence.
The three pieces of footage were the Patterson/Gimlin film, the Freeman footage and the Memorial Day footage. The 17 different categories of evidence included: fossil evidence, new species discoveries, dermal ridges, the Sasquatch body, images, step frequency, biomechanics, forensic measurements, Patterson-Gimlin film, behavior parallels, vocalizations, visual misidentification, track morphology, kinesiology, soft tissue pathology, statistics, and DNA.
Read about each of the 6 experts involved in the documentary at Bigfoot Lunch Club.
Psychology reduces to biology, all biology to chemistry, chemistry to physics, and finally physics to mathematical logic.