The International Cryptozoology Museum (not to be confused with the International House of Pancakes) is hosting a cryptid conference in Florida with some REALLY big names in the crypto world. How would you like to attend the conference for FREE? Check it out:
The International Cryptozoology Museum of Portland, Maine, is holding a conference in St. Augustine, Florida, on January 4, 5, and 6, 2016.
Would you like to attend, and skip the admission fee for all the sessions and a movie on Tuesday, January 5, 2016?
We are conducting a special consideration, for all who register for two days at the Casa Monica Hotel on Monday night, January 4, and Tuesday night, January 5. In exchange for your registration at the hotel for those two nights, under the ICMZ rate of $189 per night, you will be allowed to come to all the events on January 5th FOR FREE.
Please register by clicking here (ignore the cutoff date of Dec. 10th – that has been extended to Dec. 21st).
Who will you get to see on Tuesday, January 5th? Here’s the lineup:
Vendors, Meet the Authors tables open: 8:00 AM; open all day.
9:00 AM: Opening Address: Cliff Barackman on “Some Thoughts on Footprints”
10: 00 AM: Paul LeBlond on ”The Search for Caddy”
11:00 AM: Matt Bille on “Bears and Cryptozoology”
Noon: Lunch on own
1:30 PM: Loren Coleman on “Cryptozoology in Museums”
2: 30 PM: Kathy Strain, ”Bigfoot in Native American Culture”
3: 30 PM: Pat Spain on “Beast Hunting”
4:30 PM: Michel Raynal on “The Search for the Giant Octopus”
5:30 – 6:00 PM: Tentative: Preview of a new documentary.
January 5th – 7:00 PM Day Two Evening: A special showing of a documentary on the Creature of the Black Lagoon movies (inspired by the discovery of the coelacanth) and the Revenge of the Creature (filmed at Marineland) will be screened in an art movie theater one block away, rented especially for this conference.
Remember, register here, and get all of the above events free.
For the rest of the info on this awesome conference, click here.