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Anatomist talks about Sasquatch locomotion for TV show

by Rodney Tanaka

March 6, 2014

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Elizabeth Rega, PhD, associate vice provost for academic development in the Office of Academic Affairs at WesternU, and associate professor of anatomy, was recently interviewed for an episode of a new television show about the Sasquatch, more commonly known as Bigfoot.

Rega provided scientific commentary on normal human locomotion for an episode of a show expected to be called “Monster Files.”

A two-person crew from m2 Pictures spent several hours in Rega’s lab in the Rodney P. Wineberg Center on the Pomona campus Friday, Feb. 28, 2014.

According to m2’s website, the company looks to “uncover the country’s weirdest and wackiest monster mysteries, delve into the world’s most dangerous minds, and reveal gritty stories of the streets, creating some of the most compelling and talked-about unscripted and investigative programs on the air.”

TV host, producer and adventurer Erin Ryder, who interviewed Rega, is a veteran of SYFY’s television series “Destination Truth” and is also an investigator on National Geographic’s “Chasing UFOs.”


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