Whether people have a personal Sasquatch story to tell or just want to check out the research done on the subject, the Sasquatch Summit conference is the place to be this weekend. The conference on November 16-18 is hosted at the scenic Quinault Beach Resort and Casino (QBRC) in Ocean Shores and is a nice place to sit back and listen to some notorious guest speakers and ask any questions people may have about this obscure creature.

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Grab your ticket today for only $35 to attend the conference and join other enthusiasts for a weekend full of fun. Photo courtesy: Sasquatch Summit

The Pacific Northwest is noted as the Bigfoot capital of the world with discoveries dating back over 100 years, so it is fitting that the conference is hosted here. Join hundreds of other Sasquatch fans for this event full of memories and incomparable information. The conference is ever-growing and well attended, so get a ticket now for the weekend for the great deal of $35. Tickets are available at the door, but if guests book a stay at the Quinault Sweet Grass Hotel or a two night vacation at the QBRC starting at just $289, they will be gifted two complimentary tickets to Sasquatch Summit and also two T-shirts for the event.

Sasquatch Summit will be hosting private workshops that people can purchase tickets for $100 for those who would like a more hands-on experience. These three workshops will be ran by John Pickering, Joe Hauser, and Dr. Jeff Meldrum, as they give their unique insights and tools regarding Sasquatch.

There will be a lot to see and do in addition to hearing all kinds of speakers, like shopping at the many vendors and hearing witness testimonies of encounters.

A good beat makes an event complete and Lenny Green, a musician and former Nashville staff songwriter, who performs and writes music solely about Bigfoot now will be performing his music live.

David Ellis of the Olympic Project will be featuring audio clips that have been collected from many different places and he will be speaking about ways to determine which audio clips are real and which are not on Friday. A meet-and-greet with the speakers will also be on Friday, as well as a forum where attendees are welcome to go and share their Sasquatch stories.

Heading into Saturday, the day will begin with a tribal elder from the Quinault Indian Nation, Butch Pope, blessing the event and then talking about his own family’s experiences with “C’iatqo.” Following this, the day is brimming with well-known speakers, such as:

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    Invite your friends and family out to the beach for an unforgettable weekend at the Sasquatch Summit conference. Photo courtesy: Sasquatch Summit

    Thom Cantrall. He has researched everything surrounding Bigfoot for over 60 years, doing his own investigations and writing about his findings. He has written 10 books on Bigfoot with goals to write more in the future. Visit his website to find out more.

  • Olympic Project. The Olympic Project uses professional techniques like habitat studies, footage collection, and DNA analysis to collect information and stay non-invasive to possible habitats of Bigfoot. The team is full of different kinds of experts from trackers to biologists that have a goal of proving the existence of Bigfoot.
  • Jeff Meldrum. For more than two decades, Meldrum has been a professor of anatomy and anthropology at Idaho State University and has done scholastic research on the evolution of hominin bipedalism. With a collection of over 300 casts of footprints, Meldrum continues field research and has been up front and open about many of his discoveries. He has also written a book “Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science” and has also published two field guides on relict hominoids and Sasquatch.
  • Adam Davies. Adam Davies has gone around the globe seeking out proof of creatures that have yet to be officially discovered. Davies has been on television many times for his work, like on National Geographic and also the History Channel. He has a lot to share and speculate over with others about his discoveries.
  • Joe Hauser. Hauser has upwards of 30 years of field experience and is an environmental consultant and also a wildlife biologist. Hauser had his first Bigfoot experience back in 1983 when he was gold mining in California and then he continued to have some unusual encounters over time. As a former curator for the Bigfoot Research Organization (BRO), he has completed many reports on encounters, learning a lot through these experiences. He now lives in Montana with his wife and their home’s property along a river is used off and on by a family of Bigfoot.
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    Whether someone is a skeptic or a believer, there is a lot to see and do at the annual event at the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino. Photo courtesy: Sasquatch Summit

    Bob Gimlin. He was right there when the most famous and viral Sasquatch clip was first recorded and he has a fascinating story to share with everyone.

  • Rictor Riolo. Rictor Riolo was a co-star in a show, Ten Million Dollar Bigfoot Bounty, and openly speaks about his skepticism in Sasquatch research and discoveries.
  • Thom Powell. Powell is a former curator for the Bigfoot Research Organization (BRO) and his sharing of his Sasquatch stories will be entertaining as well as full of information.

This weekend is sure to be full of big fun and an experience to remember as Sasquatch Summit takes over the QBRC. For tickets, more information, or a schedule of events, take a look at the Sasquatch Summit website.


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