Professor Jeffery Meldrum brings impeccable academic credentials and traditional scientific perspective to Bigfoot research. He is a Full Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology and a Professor of the Department of Anthropology at Idaho State University. He specializes in the evolution of hominin bipedalism.
His early work built on Professor Grover Krantz’s theories of Sasquatch as a descendant of Gigantopithecus blacki. Meldrum now sponsors The Relic Hominid Inquiry.
Examining a set of 15-inch tracks in southeastern Washington led to his interest in investigating Sasquatch footprints. He conducts laboratory and field research throughout the Pacific Northwest and Intermountain West.
His numerous academic papers include an analysis of Bigfoot prints: Evaluation of Alleged Sasquatch Footprints and Their Inferred Functional Morphology. A regular speaker at many Bigfoot conferences and a frequent guest on TV and radio shows, Professor Meldrum’s landmark book on Sasquatch is Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science .
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