It seems he was a card carrying member of Roger Patterson’s bigfoot club and recipient of his newsletter as a youngster. So, his interest in sasquatch was indoctrinated at a young age and not as an adult and academic that happened upon the topic and bravely sailed into the trying academic waters of science mainstreamer’s view as being on the fringe. This erodes our already dimming view of the foot doc, can someone say confirmation bias? We previously posted a “scholarly” article where he attempted to use a bit of science and flawed logic to validate one of his religiously based beliefs, so perhaps we are getting more of the same with the bigfoot stuff. He is certainly trying to turn a few bucks from it, which we are mostly ok with.