|NOTICE This (“Sasquatch Revealed”) exhibit is no longer offered to museums. It has been to 11 public museums in 16 years and will next be displayed at the International Cryptozoology Museum in Portland, Maine, USA. It will be combined with the museum’s collection and displayed in [2020 and] 2021….Appreciation is expressed to the museums that hosted my exhibit, those who assisted me in the provision of material, and to the patrons (over 100,000) who supported this initiative.
|All of my life, I have loved the experience museums offer. That is, to see something unusual in three dimensions, or original artwork, documentation and photographs. The electronic world, as wonderful as it might be, will never be able to duplicate that experience. Original artifacts have a bit of an aura and they can leave an impression that will last a lifetime. This is not the end of my exhibit; it is the beginning of a new episode.
Indiana showed the skeleton at rest.
Polson stood the skeleton upright.
Lacey displayed the skeleton bipedally.
The International Cryptozoology Museum wishes to thank Chris Murphy, Erin Quinn Valcho, Ed Brown, John Larson, ArcBest Freight, Labor Works, Local Muscle, Paul Curtis, Maili Bradley, Paul Smith, Jenny Coleman, Jeff Meuse, Nate Brislin, Jean Tewksbury, Rascal, Fergus, and Martha who all cooperated in contributing to the success of this move and installation of this exhibition.
Special acknowledgement goes to Jeremy Efroymson and the Efroymson Family Fund for their partial support of the costs of the adventure of this exhibition and collection. Thank you to everyone who donated funds along the way.
Loren Coleman at the site of an earlier showing of the exhibition in San Antonio, Texas, June 2006.