Friday, July 29, 2011

Champ Camp II

It's almost time for the second annual

A fun and exciting weekend filled with a lake cruise, workshops, and cryptozoology adventure awaits you!
Some of the extras planned include a 1½ hour narrated scenic lake cruise on the Spirit of Ethan Allen, which had the largest mass sighting of Champ in 1984. There will also be workshops, evidence gathering tips, educational demonstrations, arts and crafts, campfire stories, and so much more. There are lots of fun activities planned, but everything is optional with plenty of free time mixed in.

In your free time you can explore beautiful Lake Champlain and Button Point Natural Area, a small mature hardwood forest. You can take a hike, bring a mountain bike, or rent a canoe, kayak, or rowboat to experience this amazing area. Fishing and sailing is also allowed at the lake. The park even has a play area and a swimming pool with lifeguards.

Aug. 12-14, 2011
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There are a few spots left! Hope to see you there!

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Southwest Expeditions Starring Taira Lamphere

You remember my good friend Lan Lamphere? Well, his gorgeous wife Taira recently began a new venture, Southwest Expeditions, and was such a huge hit that she has gone National! Woo Hoo! Look for her on October 1,2011 ( The Pursuit Channel) DiSH Network Channel 240 & DiRECTV Channel 608

Catch a glimpse of what she does!

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Squatching Strain Style!

Bob and Kathy Strain are respected figures in the Bigfoot Research field and are co-founders of the Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers

Kathy is in high demand to speak at Bigfoot conferences every year for her knowledge on the history of the native Americans relationship with the "hairy man".
Her story-telling skills are engaging and very entertaining.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Retired US Forest Service Ranger Claims Sasquatch is Real!

In January of 2000, family members who lived in a residence on the outskirts of Honobia, Oklahoma were being terrorized by several aggressive Bigfoot. They feared for their safety and sent out a plea to the BFRO, "Too many incidents to mention here, please have someone contact us. This is no hoax and my brother is afraid for his family. This creature is getting bolder every time it returns. This thing is huge, walks upright, smells like a musky urine, burned hair type odor. He repeatedly comes back in the early morning hours after midnight and harasses them until just before dawn. It has on more than one occasion tried to enter their home. We don't know where to turn. Everyone thinks we are crazy when we mention it. Please, we don't know what to do but I do know that something needs to be done! There are stories we could tell that would make the hair stand on your neck..."

Now, eleven years later, retired US Forest Service Ranger Charles Branson provides for us an inside look at what we have always assumed, the government is aware of these creatures.

Honobia is a very remote area, a little over 20 miles to the bigger town of Talahina. I've been to Honobia several times and it is quite humbling when you are out there with no cell phone coverage! It isn't hard to believe that many large creatures can hide in the surrounding mountains.
On my last trip there, we stayed in a trailer at the base of Gobbler's Knob and the hunters rode their 4-wheelers all night long hunting turkey. Our friends up the road discovered that a large bear was also traveling between the residences looking for food. There was quite the abundance of wildlife!
When I was in Honobia with the MABRC in May of 2009, me and two other girls had been hiking quite awhile and had run out of water and were heading in the wrong direction. I turned around to head back to camp to get water and a 4 wheeler to go back and collect the girls. I was walking alone when I was "charged" by something heavy with golden hair to the right of me. I could see it moving quickly through the trees. I kept my pace, not knowing if I had startled an elk or if that was one of our hairy friends. Something was out there!

Watch the clip below of the interview with Charles Branson.

Shady Neighbors

Thom Powell has updated his website for his book, Shady Neighbors.
A story about a family who discovers their hairy neighbors are being adversely effected by construction which is destroying their environment.

Check it out!