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The Bigfoot Science Conference

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on September 8th, 2006

In mid-June the city of Pocatello, Idaho, hosted the Bigfoot Rendezvous, a conference that included a film festival, storytelling, live entertainment, an exhibit at the Idaho Museum of Natural History on how people "know" about the Sasquatch, and a symposium described as "featuring regional experts and eye-witnesses as well as nationally known figures in the […]

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Speaking of the Bigfoot Rendezvous

Posted by: Craig Woolheater on July 6th, 2006

I attended the Bigfoot Rendezvous several weeks ago in Pocatello, ID. I had a great time. I saw some friends and colleagues that I had not seen in some time, others that I had seen only months or even weeks earlier. Yesterday, the Boise Weekly published an article about the event.  The article focuses on […]

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Giganto: The Real King Kong… Part III

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 18th, 2005

(William S. Burroughs – Is Everybody In) 1. Get to the other side of the river. A 100 year storm had washed out bridge access to the southern section of our study area. It had been closed down now for about 3 years. This storm trapped me in the area with landslides and changed the […]

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Giganto: The Real King Kong… Part II

Posted by: Rick Noll on December 17th, 2005

(Electrelane – Bells)  For the show, some plans were changed on both ends… Doug wanted to include horses as a means of transportation to some of the more remote or inaccessible areas. Our group wanted to keep a few things we were going to try out in reserve, you know – not have it go […]

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