Creature Weekend will be holding its 2014 conference at Salt Fork State Park in Ohio on May 17.
Five prominent bigfoot researchers will be convening. The presenters include Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Bill Munns, John Mionczynski, Tim Stover and Doug Waller. Meldrum is a Professor of Anthropology at Idaho State University, the author of "Bigfoot: Legend Meets Science" and a prominent researcher and academic featured in various bigfoot documentaries. He will be joined by Bill Munns, a Hollywood special effects expert who has studied and scrutinized the famous Patterson Gimlin film which was shot at Bluff Creek in 1967. Munns will be bringing to light new revelations about the famous bigfoot film taken at Bluff Creek, California in 1967 as well as enlightening the audience with a special presentation on the "Science of Hoaxing and Hoax Detection". Mionczynski is a trained wildlife biologist who has spent countless hours on solo expeditions in the mountains studying grizzly bear, sheep and mountain goat populations. His Bigfoot encounter in 1972 has led him on a lifelong pursuit to unravel the mystery of bigfoot. Stover is a bigfoot researcher from Ohio who will be sharing some selected pieces of evidence he has collected while doing research in the Buckeye State. Waller, the Director of the Southeastern Ohio Society for Bigfoot Investigation, will be sharing the latest eyewitness reports of bigfoot activity (as recently as last year) in Southeastern Ohio.
The conference will feature vendors and a special presentation by the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society at 10 a.m. on the 17th. The PBS presentation is free to the public. Tickets will be available at the door and seating for the conference is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.
For more information and a complete schedule of events: www.creatureweekend.com/