Bigfoot Festival and Conference in Oklahoma
Now you don't have to wait until fall to attend the Honobia bigfoot festival and conference in southeastern Oklahoma. Organizers have added a second event to the area, taking place April 18th and 19th, 2014, just outside of the small town of Honobia in the Little River Valley. The Lookin' Late Bigfoot Festival and Conference.
"Why is this called “LOOKIN’ LATE” Simply because the Choctaw word “Hon okbia”, translates into English Looking late.
Welcome to the beautiful Kiamichi mountains and the Little River Valley. This area has had numerous sightings and reported experiences with something big and hairy. Could have been Big Foot, could not have been. One thing is certain, things happen in our neck of the woods that affects the whole world.
With all the area sightings and the T.V. Programs regarding Sasquatch, Big Foots, and other unusual happenings it’s only proper that there be two times a year to open up Big Foot’s back yard and invite “Clans wanting to Know” to gather and hear new information and visit with others who’ve had an unusual experience.
This being a family oriented gathering (biological, or camaraderie) everyone is invited to become a part of the Honobia Big Foot Family. We can all gain insight into Sasquatchery together.
After this past winters’ cold, ice, and snow it will be a welcome sight to walk the 10 acres of fresh new green colors interspersed with the brilliantly clean whites of the dog woods. So pack up the babies and grab the ole ladies
and everyone go to Big Foot’s Permanent Show
At Ludlow Rock School House.
We’ll be waiting to welcome you––- Logan Williams"
To find out all the detail and info about this festival and conference, visit the official website by clicking here.