Posted by: Loren Coleman on March 17th, 2010
This week’s MonsterQuest episode has now screened, and it was a return to Sasquatch territory. It is actually MQ’s last episode to be produced (even though the penultimate to air). What did you think?
Boy, that one guy sure could track!
This episode looked at the possibility of family units of Sasquatch. One researcher, Jamie Avalos, has encountered a number of prints and made track casts (images above, courtesy of Jamie Avalos) and while smaller than the average Sasquatch print, Avalos suggested that these may represent evidence of juvenile Sasquatch. Avalos interview found here.
Accompanying Avalos on this exploration was Dr. Jeff Meldrum (at right) of Idaho State University, who joined in the search for new evidence and compared the tracks as well as food sources.
Rounding out the team, was a special appearance by wildlife consultant and biologist John Mionczynski (at left, who appeared in the pilot episode for MonsterQuest, “Giganto: The Real King Kong”). John took a realistic approach, detailing how the prints are well within the range of humans.
In addition to an expedition, fresh new video evidence (from 1991) taken by family who were alongside Mono Lake, California was analyzed. The analysis was performed by Stutchman Forensic Laboratories.
MQ pre-released on YouTube for Cryptomundo the short clips that show the original footage, and the one which has been stabilized by Stutchman Forensic Laboratories.
Maybe it is not too late to Save MonsterQuest?
My sincere thanks to exclusive information from MQ Executive Producer Will Yates regarding the March 17th episode!