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Bigfoot Night at Eastwood Field - Next Week

Coming up in one week (Sunday, July 24) in Niles, Ohio - Bigfoot Night at Eastwood Field. The Mahoning Valley Scrappers will be palying a game and afterwards there will be a screening of Beast of Whitehall.

Small Town Monsters put some more info about the event up on their Facebook page:

"On Sunday, July 24 the Mahoning Valley Scrappers take on the Connecticut Tigers and Eastwood Field will be bigger and better than ever for Bigfoot Night.
"Small Town Monsters, American Primate Exploration, Center for Cryptozoological Studies, Center for Unexplained Events and the Ohio Bigfoot Co-Op will be in attendance with displays and sighting information. Following the game Small Town Monsters will show the movie, The Beast of Whitehall on the video board.
"During the game you can find Bigfoot Brew, a Hairy Sandwich (pulled pork), The Bigfoot (1/2 pound, foot long jumbo hot dog) and a Patty Sandwich at the concession stands.
"The Mr. Rooter Box Office at Eastwood Field will allow our tallest fans to receive a FREE General Admission ticket. Fans that are 6'6" or taller or those who wear a shoe size of 16 or larger will receive a FREE General Admission ticket to Sunday's game. 
"The Scrappers would also like to invite any fans with the hairiest back to the game. In between an inning fans will be asked to judge which fan has the hairiest back to win a Scrappers prize pack. Those that believe they can win are asked to meet at the Anthem Fan Assistance Center following the first pitch of the game (4:05pm).
"For more information about Bigfoot Night and for tickets fans can call the Scrappers Front Office at 330-505-0000 or click here."

Don't miss Bigfoot night!
 
 
 

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  1. Tyler, I don't know if you know, but I run a paranormal group at my school, and we are planning on hosting a paranormal conference sometime next school year. I was wondering if you would be interested in being a speaker? We don't have much finalized yet, but most of the info should be hammered out by October at the latest. If you want, I can keep you updated.

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    1. Also, will you be at the baseball game event? I might attend, sounds fun

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    2. Yes, I will be there Sunday. I'll have to get back to you some other time about the conference, but please do keep me updated.

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  2. Hairiest BACK??? Yikes! Wish I could go though, this sounds like a blast.

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