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Ohio Bigfoot Conference - This Weekend!



The coolest Bigfoot event of the year is coming up this weekend at Salt Fork State Park, OH - the Ohio Bigfoot Conference!

The OBC Facebook page has posted the schedule for this year's events, which you can see here.

The speaker lineup for this year is fantastic, as always. This years speakers are:


  • Jeff Meldrum, author of Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science
  • Lyle Blackburn, author of The Beast of Boggy Creek, Beyond Boggy Creek, Lizard Man, Monstro Bizarro
  • Thom Powell, author of The Locals and Edges of Science
  • Robert W. Morgan, who has appeared on In Search Of…, The Search for Bigfoot, etc.
  • Robert Robinson, author of of Legend Tripping and Skunk Ape researcher
Jeff Meldrum

Lyle Blackburn 
Thom Powell

Robert W. Morgan 
Rob Robinson


Cliff Barackman is going to be the Master of Ceremonies and James "Bobo" Fay will be at the conference as well!

There will also be a ton of awesome vendors like there are every year. I'm assuming there will be a door prize raffle like usual so I'm going to take a few copies of my book. I will also have some extra copies with me if anyone at the conference would like one…

The film The Back 80, made by Alan and Jesse of Fathom Frontiers, will also be premiering at the conference. 

To find out more about the Ohio Bigfoot Conference, check out the Facebook page or Website.

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