👍🏻👍🏽👎🏾👎🏿 Production & Sound Quality ✔️, Storytelling ✔️, Entertaining & Engaging Host ✔️ Subject ✖️. The podcast follows host Laura Krantz as she explores the scientific research conducted over 30 years ago by her distant cousin, anthropologist Grover Krantz. The podcast covers a wide range of angles about Bigfoot including the influence in pop culture such as “Harry and the Henderson’s” and the exploitation of this character in the retail world. With sightings, locations and descriptions of what this elusive behemoth must look like, it’s fun to follow the myriad of stories out there. As a group we discussed our own opinions and debated the likelihood of the existence of Bigfoot. However, as the podcast highlights there is no definitive evidence that such a creature exists, so it was hard for us to get on the Sasquatch bandwagon. The guiding mission within the season is of DNA testing and the potential to find hard evidence that this mysterious bipedal-being is roaming wild in the Pacific Northwest. We found ourselves asking “why not ask this?” or “why not find out about that?” when it came to the proof. The season was well crafted, with a satisfying ending, but the topic just wasn’t captivating enough for all of us. @wildthingpod #bigfoot #sasquatch #science #cryptozoology #cryptid #legend #lore #myth #encounter #podcast #wildthingpod
About the show | Believe in Bigfoot? Think it’s total BS? Host Laura Krantz spent a year in the woods and in the lab, trying to answer that question. What she found might surprise even the staunchest non-believer. This legendary creature represents a mystery that still captures our imaginations and Sasquatch is as popular now as it’s ever been. Part of this is tongue-in-cheek—Bigfoot as hipster accessory. But many people take Sasquatch seriously—perfectly rational people who swear to its existence. Why does this creature ignite our imagination? Where does that fascination come from? And why does it persist?
Review written by @ohcando photo by @pirate_ali_vega