ISU presents Les Stroud the ‘Survivorman’ on April 8
April 1, 2015
Idaho State University’s Student Anthropological Society will present Les Stroud the “Survivorman” Wednesday, April 8, at 7 p.m. at the Museum of Clean 711 S. Second Ave., Pocatello.
Stroud is best known as the Canadian Screen Award-winning producer, creator and star of the hit TV series “Survivorman,” one of the highest rated shows in the history of OLN Canada, the Science Channel and Discovery Channel, and it remains the highest rated repeat show on the Discovery Channel. During his 2009 Survivorman Alaska adventure Stroud said he witnessed a grunting sound, “just like a large gorilla,” that piqued his interest in the possibility of sasquatch, according to ISU professor Jeff Meldrum, professor of anatomy and anthropology.
In 2014 Stroud produced a two-part special “Survivorman: Bigfoot” set in the Canadian Rockies. He is now producing another eight episodes for Discovery Channel and is bringing the evidence he has collected to ISU for Meldrum to evaluate. Stroud is doing the public presentation to support the ISU Student Anthropological Society.
Cost is $7 a person with a Bengal I.D. and $10 to the public, at the door.
For more information contact, Meldrum, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (208)-282-4379.