Texas Bigfoot Conference


It's almost time for the annual bigfoot conference in Jefferson, Texas.

JEFFERSON — The elusive but legendary Bigfoot is once again headed to Jefferson — the official Bigfoot capital of Texas — for his annual appearance at the 2019 Texas Bigfoot Conference.

The conference, a two-day event in honor of the Bigfoot creature, is set for Oct. 18 and 19 at the Jefferson Visitor’s Center.

Conference founder Craig Woolheater said on Friday that this year’s conference will feature several notable guest speakers including Cliff Barackman and James “Bobo” Fay from Animal Planet’s “Finding Bigfoot.”
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  1. I want to be a bigfoot conference speaker.

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    1. No problem - just use the basic model and then make up some stuff to keep the crowd interested. With no official body you can be the foremost authority and no one can question what you say! You can have all your expenses paid for and be admired by all those attending who want to believe. Not only that but you can make extra cash by selling cheap junk (as long as it relates to Bigfoot). What better crowd could you ask for?

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    2. What are you waiting for! You could be a millionaire in months! Ditch all the crypto-blog failure & bitterness and go get those dollars!

      What you can question is the physical evidence for Bigfoot that is now peer reviewed. You’d have to know a little bit about it first but hey, that’s what people like me a here for. To help Bigfoot teeny boppers like you learn!

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    3. ^ got nothing to give or show after all the years...no wonder he can`t face the truth.

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    4. http://d3adcc0j1hezoq.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/4-Footprint-Comparison.jpg

      There we go PS. You lonely?

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    5. Well now you can get your millions

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    6. Join a kick boxing club. It’ll stop you getting pushed around.

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