Saturday October 16, 2010
11am-4pm BBQ and fellowship at the Bigfoot Discovery Museum
5497 Highway 9, Felton, CA 95018
6pm-9pm Presentations at Louden Nelson Community Center
301 Center St., Santa Cruz CA 95060
The Bigfoot Discovery Museum is hosting the fourth annual Bigfoot Discovery Day on Saturday, October 16, 2010. Museum curator Michael Rugg will present his findings and detail accounts from more than six years of local bigfoot research. A variety of circumstantial evidence has been obtained in the Santa Cruz Mountains including unknown sound recordings, a large, unidentified tooth and a short video clip of a bipedal subject taken near the Forest of Nisene Marks. Local eyewitnesses will give testimonials about their encounters for the first time in a public forum.
The other presentations will explain and demonstrate bigfoot research methodologies:
Bart Cutino will detail field research using the latest thermal imaging devices and recount an extended sighting he had near Mt. Rainier, Washington in August 2008. He will also dispel some of the common misconceptions about bigfoot biology.
Robert Leiterman, a California State Park Ranger at the Humboldt Redwoods, has been conducting a remote camera survey for the past two years. His presentation will explain the latest game-camera technology utilized in bigfoot research.
LAST MINUTE CHANGE–Due to unforseen circumstances, James Bobo Fay will NOT be able to make it to our event tomorrow. Filling in will be
Scott McClean, fellow sasquatch researcher and author of BIG NEWS PRINTS. He will give a presentation on historical wildman references that have been brought to light via his newspaper archive research.
At the Museum–
Museum is free admission, BBQ lunch is $5-6
At the Evening Presentations–
Genr’l Admission Adult $10.00
Museum members, seniors, students $8.00
Children under 12 are free
Special reserved seating (1st 3 rows) add $10
Payment can be made by check payable to “CapriTaurus” and mailed to:
Bigfoot Discovery Museum
P.O. Box 153
Felton, CA 95018
Paypal is an option as well, payable to firstname.lastname@example.org–please add an extra $2.00 to cover the fee
The museum will be open both Friday and Saturday evening to serve as hosts for out of town guests and we’ll share information on the most likely haunts of the local bigfoot at this time of year. (We’ll point you in the best direction for a possible bigfoot event, should you desire some nocturnal outings while in our neck of the woods) Local recommendations for nearby accommodations include Fern River Cabins, Santa Cruz Redwoods Campground and Cotillion Gardens (all walking distance from the museum). The best place to stay for a bigfoot event would be the remote campsites in Nisene Marks Park, where you might easily hear the cries from the “Olive Springs Howler.”(25 minute drive and 6 mile hike uphill… remember to bring your own water)
If you have any questions call 831-335-4478
2nd annual, “A Day of Music and Art to Benefit the Bigfoot Discovery Museum!”
Kepi Ghoulie and his friends were here again playing music during the day at the Bigfoot Discovery Museum on August 28th, 2010, and later that night at The Crepe Place.