Ohio Bigfoot Conference Brings Out the Famous Footers


The annual Ohio Bigfoot Conference is probably the biggest bigfoot conference in the World, and for anyone who attends, it does not disappoint. Lots of famous bigfooters take part in the yearly event, and it's a place for researchers and enthusiasts to meet some of the big names in research. Can you name the members of this motley crew pictured above?

"Bob Gimlin spoke of the events leading he and the late Roger Patterson into the Bluff Creek area of California where, in October 1967, while rounding a downed tree, they encountered a female creature. Patterson would film about a minute of footage before his film supply ran out.

The footage is considered by some to be the single greatest evidence of the existence of bigfoot.

Gimlin met Patterson on the rodeo circuit. Patterson asked Gimlin to assist him in his investigations. The two would travel weekends in Gimlin's pickup to remote areas.

Over the Labor Day weekend of 1967, the two headed to Mount Saint Helens, a hot spot of reported sightings. Three weeks later they found themselves at Bluff Creek.

As the creature fled into woods, Gimlin said he wanted to pursue on horseback, but Patterson convinced him otherwise.

They rushed north to mail the film for processing.

"The film didn't impress me at all," Gimlin said.

This is compared to having been an eye witness to the creature, he added.

They would return to the scene with numerous cardboard boxes to protect the tracks they found in the soil. But heavy rains destroyed the boxes as they sat outside the truck (the men slept within). Gimlin improvised, using bark pulled from nearby dead trees to cover the tracks, protecting them from the rain until they could be cast.

The likeness of one of those tracks was crafted into a special framed and lighted box and presented to Gimlin.

Tom Yamarone shared the events leading from the discovery of tracks by Jerry Crew in 1958 along a road bed to the Patterson-Gimlin film of late 1967.

He also performed a couple of songs, one which he co-wrote with "Finding Bigfoot" star James "Bobo" Fay."

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    1. OOPS!! I FORGOT TO SAY BITCHES!!!

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    2. Thanks AC I know your castin devious stares in my direction

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  2. Yes! I can name them all! They're all Ass......Wipes. Who never saw a Big foot! including Bob G.!

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    1. no he has not. he lied.

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    2. To quote Joe:

      "Though I was not there...you didn't see bigfoot".

      And then sometime later:

      "Why is there no pictures or video of bigfoot ?!?"

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  3. I wanted to go! I wanted to buy a Big foot whistle, a Big foot knocker, and buy all the books on Big foot. So I to can learn how to find one. Trouble is, Nobody found one to proved they exist!
    Boy! Are they good!

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    1. Boy are you ignorant!!!!

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    2. Your the dumbass, that took the bait (My comment) hook line and sinker! if you were a Fish, I'd be roasting you over my campfire!

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  4. the pic looks like a greeting line at an aa meeting

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  5. o! boy here we go. what is this fuzzy hairy man you speak of me lady, is this the bloke in a suit you speak of.

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  6. OK we get it, you guys don't believe in bigfoot now it's time for you all to just go away, hey haven't you been hearing about Nessie in the news? Go find some Loch Ness boards and hell, you can also make fun of all the guys with their plaid skirts while you're at it.

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  7. Check out the ghost orb of Roger Patterson right next to Bob!

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    1. wow that is amazing. forget the bigfoot guys its a real orb

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  8. Did you or did you not hold the camera Bob???

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