Grover Krantz (1931-2002) was known as a teacher, a loving pet owner, an eccentric anthropologist, and thefirst serious Bigfoot academic. Seven years after losing a battle topancreatic cancer, Krantz’s reputation is still well preserved, inmore ways than one. His skeleton and that of his giant IrishWolfhound Clyde are now on display at the 5,000 square footexhibition “Written in Bone: Forensic Files of the 17th-CenturyChesapeake,” which opened last Saturday at the Smithsonian’sNational Museum of Natural History.
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