Posted by: Monster Island News on June 2nd, 2010
Written By: Ken Hulsey
Just wanted to post a quick note about Ron Brown’s “Bigfoot — the Legend Analyzed” lecture tonight at the Lake Oroville Visitor Center.
Tonight’s presentation will be the first of the venues Summer Speaker series.
Dr. Brown presented a very similar presentation in 2008 that included a detailed history of Bigfoot sightings dating back to the 1800s’ plus analysis of both the Paterson and Redwoods films. He also brought along several track castings, a knuckle print, and a large hind-quarters casting.
The speaker’s long history of studying and breeding large primates gives him a very unique perspective on the Bigfoot phenomena, so this should be a very informative and entertaining presentation.
Here is the info:
Lake Oroville Summer Speaker Series: 7 p.m. at Lake Oroville Visitor Center (air-conditioned), 917 Kelly Ridge Road, above the dam. “Bigfoot Legend Analyzed,” from speaker Ron Brown, co-operator of breeding facility for native African animals in South Africa, who has studied Bigfoot since 1972. May bring picnic to enjoy on shaded patio before program. Free. Accessible to people with disabilities.
For information, call (530) 538-2219.
From Highway 70, go east on Highway 162 (Oroville Dam Blvd.). Continue on Oroville Dam Blvd., turning right at Olive Hwy. (Highway 162), proceed approximately 6 miles on Olive Highway to Kelly Ridge Road. Turn left and Kelly Ridge Road ends in the Visitor Center parking lot.
Lake Oroville, CA Latitude/Longitude: 39.5389 / -121.4844
Website – http://www.parks.ca.gov/?page_id=462
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