In Search of Sasquatch: Science vs Legend with Kelly Milner Halls

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/* /*]]>*/ Inspired by the book of the same name, this presentation outlines the best credible evidence to support the existence of Bigfoot, Sasquatch, Yeti, Yowie, Skunk Ape and all bipedal apes that fall in the Bigfoot realm of possibility. Can she prove they are real? Not yet. But she can prove there is reason to take the study a lot further, based on physical evidence that does exist—evidence respected in paleontology and law enforcement. If you want to learn critical thinking, this is a high interest way to encourage the evaluation of evidence.

Kelly Milner Halls now lives and works in Spokane, Washington with one dog, two daughters, too many cats and a 4-foot rock iguana named Gigantor. She travels frequently, doing school visits and conference presentations all over the country. As a single mom with two kids in college, writing and speaking isn’t just a hobby for her. It’s her full-time job, but she is lucky because it is also her never ending bliss.

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