A New Chapter in a Legendary Mystery
April 2, 2014
Hosted by Todd Standing with Dr. Jeff Meldrum
Join co-hosts Todd Standing and Professor Jeff Meldrum as they open a new chapter exploring the legendary mystery of the species known as Bigfoot. Todd and Dr. Jeff will discuss what’s new in their explorations and understanding and what listeners can expect in future episodes of this new radio series.
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Bigfoot North is a program that discusses the entire gambit on the reality of a species that is yet undiscovered by modern science. Each week a new topic will be discussed and or a celebrity guest will be interviewed. Our production will shed light on the scientific evidence supported by conclusive facts that have led to the species habitation of this continent. You will understand that this is not only a possibility but a simple one by demonstrating the how, where, and why they have successfully evaded civilized man.
Todd Standing with Dr. Jeff Meldrum
For 10 years, Todd Standing has been conducting expeditions, documenting chronicles and interviewing people about a relatively untouched region nestled deep in the Rocky Mountains which the First Nations people call ‘Sylvanic.’ In 2006 he publically showed 2 separate crystal clear Bigfoot videos he filmed himself. He used these to petition the Canadian government for species protection of Bigfoot. The petition was certified and tabled in the Canadian House of Commons. The media response was enormous with hundreds of newspapers, television networks, radio stations and websites that receptively presented his work across the globe.
Since then he has filmed Bigfoot on multiple other occasions. He has been featured on Discovery Channel, History Channel, National Geographic Channel and the Sci-Fi Network just to name a few. For the last 2 years he has been working with the Survivorman Les Stroud. Together they have produced 2 episodes of Survivorman: Bigfoot.
Don Jeffrey "Jeff" Meldrum is a Full Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology and a Professor of the Department of Anthropology at Idaho State University. Meldrum is also Adjunct Professor of Occupational and Physical Therapy. He is an expert on foot morphology and locomotion in primates. Meldrum has published numerous academic papers ranging from vertebrate evolutionary morphology, the emergence of bipedal locomotion in modern humans and Sasquatch. In 2006 he authored the book "Sasquatch Legend Meets Science.”