Today in Bigfoot History | 1997 | Dr. Meldrum Backs Freeman

Posted by: Guy Edwards on January 6th, 2013

Bigfoot Lunch Club

Photoshopped picture of Jeff Meldrum holding a Paul Freeman cast

“So the thought occurred to me: Well, if [Paul Freeman] is responsible for this [Bigfoot] hoax, why would he portray it so incorrectly on the chance I would read it differently?” — Dr. Jeff Meldrum

Today in 1997 according to the book, Bigfoot Exposed, Dr. Jeff Meldrum stakes much of his academic reputation on the Paul Freeman trackway. This trackway was a series of Bigfoot tracks from the Blue Mountains near Walla Walla, Washington. He wrote his support on a posting to the Internet Virtual Bigfoot Conference, an online (email-based) Bigfoot research community.

Read why the trackway was so compelling to Dr. Jeff Meldrum and why backing Paul Freeman was controversial at the time at Bigfoot Lunch Club.

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2 Responses to “Today in Bigfoot History | 1997 | Dr. Meldrum Backs Freeman”

  1. squatchman responds:

    Paul Freeman has great evidence of bigfoot, and none of his tracks/handprints are fake.

  2. bigfoots responds:

    very kool.
    a long time ago i found a freeman video where he talked about the video he shot of the 2 sas. for some reason i can not find it anywhere now. what was neat about it is that he went into details that most people have never heard..
    for instance after he saw there was two of them and possible 3 (baby) the sas disappeared in to the bush but then began screaming and making threatening vocalizations towards him that scared him so much he ended up in a fetal position making deals with god.. promising god if he let him live he would never interfere with “them” (sasquatch) again..
    anyone else seen this video or have link?

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