Saturday, September 11, 2010

Ohio Bigfoot Conference Follow-up to Legends of Bigfoot Lecture

Good evening friends!

I am home now from a wonderful afternoon spent with like-minded Bigfoot enthusiasts from Northeast Ohio.

It was an overcast seasonable afternoon. I picked up my partner Bob and we headed west to Lorain county to the Carlisle Nature Center.

Marc was setting up his vendor table while Dave was setting up Esteban's PowerPoint presentation.

I went over to say hello to my favorite primate anthropologist; restraining myself from his boyish charms.

Bob and I said our hellos and were soon greeted by Dave aka 'Bluetracker" and Liam, aka, "Irish Guy". Psychic Sonya brought up the rear.

There were about 75 people in the room and some were boy scouts who had heard about the event from Marc's wife who is a den leader.

Marc began the presentation with a brief biography of himself and how he started out as a Bigfoot researcher over 20 years ago. He then told us a story of his first visualization and showed the video to corroborate his story.

He thinks the video is nothing.

Believe me when I tell you, that this video far surpasses anything ...any blobsquatch..anything by ButchyKid..just let me say..I was impressed. I have asked for Mark's permission to air the story and the video...I hope he allows you all to see it.

He then introduced Esteban. I wish that Esteban were a professor at Cleveland State University because I would definitely sign up for his class.

He began talking to us about the physical attributes of Great Apes. He provided slides that explained the disbursement of apes an humans all over the world. He showed how almost all Great Apes reside in countries near the equator.

He then segued into the Patterson film and how the subject in the film differs from an ape, and has more human characteristics.

Esteban neither confirms or denies that he believes in Bigfoot, however he will not rule out the possibility of a species of North American ape.

As always, Esteban was enjoyable to listen to and an attentive listener himself.

He loves the stories that people tell him and will give you his honest opinion when asked a direct question.

Marc DeWerth and his organization, the Ohio Bigfoot Organization deserve much credit for bring Esteban in, at their own expense, and charging nothing to the public. I would definitely send some donations his way.

Hopefully I will add some video and audio to this post so you can all feel like you were there!

It was an awesome afternoon and I am home now thinking about my next adventure...Honobia, Oklahoma!

Can't wait to see my dear friends Bob and Kathy Strain! xoxo muah muah muah!

Loving my life and what I do! Till next time friends!

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