Thursday, October 07, 2004
There may be a bright side to all the ash spewing from Mount St. Helens: It could help Bigfoot researchers prove that the hairy creature exists. Some how I doubt this, but hey I am wrong constantly.
According to University of Idaho anatomy and anthropology professor Jeff Meldrum -- who also investigates Bigfoot -- the volcanic ash could coat the ground in Bigfoot's Pacific Northwest habitat well enough to yield some superior footprints.
He says most of the ground in the area isn't soft enough to take a footprint, but a blanket of ash could provide a good medium.