Earlier this year, I pointed to a Washington Post profile of Grover Krantz. Now the Post follows up with the news that Grover's skeleton is on exhibit. And his big dog, too:
The skeletons of Krantz and his beloved Irish wolfhound, Clyde, make up the striking display that comes at the end of the museum's current forensic anthropology exhibit, "Written in Bone."
The two are depicted mimicking an old photograph, with the skeleton of Clyde up on his hind legs and Krantz cradling the dog's forelegs in his arms.
There's a short slideshow with the article. And an ending that brought a tear:
"That is a big person," said a little girl. "Looks like he's smiling.