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Check out this Cool Close Up of Patty's Face and News on the 2015 Ohio Bigfoot Conference

Pretty much everyone who has an interest in Bigfoot or cryptozoology in general has seen the Patterson-Gimlin film shot in Bluff Creek, California, on October 20, 1967. An image was posted on the Ohio Bigfoot Conference Facebook page today that is an artistic close up of Patty's face and in a darker shade.

An artistic close up of the face of Patty.
Looks like a bigfoot to me : )
image credit: OBC
The 2015 Ohio Bigfoot Conference is happening on May 16. Speakers announced so far are John Kirk III(cryptozoologist, author of In the Domain of the Lake Monsters and Discovering Cadborosaurus), Loren Coleman(cryptozoologist, director of the International Cryptozoology Museum and author of many great books on crypto stuff), Jim Sherman(bigfoot investigator from Michigan) and Bob Gimlin(af Patterson-Gimlin film fame.) The next speaker(s!) will be announced very soon! Here's what was posted on the OBC Facebook page about that on the 21st:

"Quick Ohio Bigfoot Conference May 16th, 2015 UPDATE!! 
Look for an additional speaker (or even two) to be announced the first week of February
: ) "

There will also be TWO Bigfoot movies premiering at the conference this year that will be able to be watched by people with tickets(Myself included!!!) One is a Bigfoot movie called Something in the Woods and the other is a documentary on the Minerva, Ohio, Bigfoot sightings called Minerva Monster. Both look awesome!

It looks like this year's conference will be amazing, probably even better than last year's!

The Ohio Bigfoot Conference is taking place the weekend of May 16, 2015. Don't miss it!

Last year's OBC speakers, from left to right:
Cliff Barackman, Lyle Blackburn, Charlie Raymond,
Bob Gimlin, & Tom Yamarone
image credit: Kentucky Bigfoot


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