Monday, May 03, 2010
Ohio Bigfoot Pre-Conference Discussion-Message from Mike Esordi
Friday, May 14, 2010 at 8:00pm
Sunday, May 16, 2010 at 11:30pm
Salt Fork State Park
It’s probably safe to say that, like us, a lot of you go to the Bigfoot conferences to see old friends, make new ones, and enjoy the camaraderie. In order to make full use of the time during the event filled weekend of the Ohio Bigfoot Conference at Salt Fork State Park, we’d like to invite anyone attending to join us Friday evening, May 14th, after the meal for a pre-conference discussion at the lodge.
Gather together with visitors traveling in from all over the United States to share stories and exchange ideas on how to improve Bigfoot research. The internet is convenient for exchanging thoughts and sharing experiences, but there’s nothing like good old fashioned face-to-face communication when it comes to brainstorming.
The event’s casual approach and open sharing is what will encourage some of the best ideas to surface. Just ask Mike Esordi or Craig Woolheater, who always try to break their record at each event with how late they can stay up talking about future events and improvements for cryptozoology projects. One example of this is Champ Camp 2010. Okay, it’s a shameless plug for an event, but it’s an example of something that was inspired during a brainstorming session at a Bigfoot conference.
So join in on the open discussion and enjoy what promises to be an exciting evening with a diverse group of enthusiasts, researchers, and authorities on Bigfoot.
Some of the Bigfoot experts and enthusiasts participating are:
Mike Esordi : Connecticut : Believe It Tour / Bigfoot Surplus
Craig Woolheater : Texas : Cryptomundo / Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy
Diana Smith : New York : Believe It Tour
Bill Dranginis : Virginia : EyeGotcha
Tom Yamarone : California : Bigfoot Songs
Sharon Lee : Ohio : The Bigfoot Field Reporter
Marc DeWerth : Ohio : Local Expert
Monica Rawlins : Texas : Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy
Jerry Hestand : Texas : Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy
Posted by Bigfoot Hunter at 9:59 AM