Skeletons of an Anthropologist & His Favorite Dog at the Smithsonian

George and Clyde

Shortly before passing away from cancer in 2002, anthropologist & noted Bigfoot academic Grover Krantz arranged to have his body donated to the Smithsonian with one curious condition: his remains had to be kept with those of his beloved Irish Wolfhounds. In honor of his request, the skeletons of Krantz and his dog Clyde were displayed for two years at the National Museum of Natural History starting back in 2009. Their playful pose was replicated from an old photo of Krantz and Clyde (see below).

George and Clyde

via Joel Johnson of Mars

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