Wednesday, June 5, 2013

June 23rd hopsSquatch Featuring Dr. Jeff Meldrum

HopsSquatch is a monthly Bigfoot speaker series 
dedicated to the latest Bigfoot news and research.

The next event is June 23rd 12:30-4pm

Dr. Jeff Meldrum, William Barnes
& Craig Woolheater of

The Lucky Labrador Beer Hall (NEW LOCATION!!)
1945 Northwest Quimby Street
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 517-4352

Dr. Jeff Meldrum and William Barnes will talk about the Falcon Project, a remote controlled dirigible outfitted with state-of-art infrared and hi-resolution cameras.

Craig Woolheater founder of the worlds most popular cryptozoology website Cryptomundo will participate on the discussion panel.

Get behind-the-scenes information from the experts and become Bigfoot insiders learning what is on the horizon of Bigfoot research.

Limited seating available-Register now!
or save by becoming a member of hopsSquatch for $50.
Membership includes a seat at each series event, a hopsSquatch t-shirt, first chance at news and speaker updates, and more.

Event Details:

Who: Dr. Jeff Meldrum, William Barnes and Craig Woolheater
Where:  Lucky Lab NW, 1945 NW Quimby St.  Portland, OR 97209 (503) 517-4352
When : June 23rd 12:30 – 4:00pm

About the Falcon Project: Drone Technology to find Bigfoot:
Dr. Jeff Meldrum and William Barnes plan to build a remote-controlled dirigible equipped with thermal-imaging and other high definition cameras and send it aloft in hopes of catching an aerial glimpse of Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch.

About Dr. Jeff Meldrum:
Dr. Jeff Meldrum is a Full Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology and a Professor of the Department of Anthropology at Idaho State University. He has made multiple appearances on The Discovery Channel and History Channel regarding his Sasquatch Research.  He is most notable for the Discovery Channel Documentary and companion book Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science.

About William Barnes:
The blimp-based search - dubbed the Falcon Project - was the brainchild of William Barnes, a Utah man who said he encountered Bigfoot in 1997 in northern California. Barnes said he watched an immense, hairy creature that was otherwise "well-manicured" approach his tent before striding up a rocky ledge. Years later, he approached Meldrum, well known in Bigfoot circles, about his idea for an airship expedition.

About Craig Woolheater
Founded the world’s most popular Cryptozoological website in the world,  He has also contributed to and appeared on History Channel’s Monster Quest and the documentary Southern Fried Bigfoot.

Event Schedule:

(12:30pm to 2:30pm)
Dr. Jeff medldrum and William Barnes discuss the Falcon Project
Moderated Audience Q&A

(2:30pm to 4:00pm)
Discussion Panel with...
Dr. Jeff Meldrum
William Barnes
Craig Woolheater (Founder of

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of this historic event. Limited space available, only $5 per person to attend. The Lucky Lab Beer Hall is located at 1945 Northwest Quimby Street Portland, OR 97209. REMEMBER NEW PLACE AND NEW TIME!!!!

For more information, please contact Guy Edwards at, 503.929.7436 or register online at

Enjoy Options from the Full Menu at the Luck Lab Beer Hall in NW Portland (NEW LOCATION)

Limited Space-Reserve Now!


  1. Please consider future presentations to include web-based seminar capabilities. There are many who would enjoy attending this presentation, but travel from the east for a 4-hour event is prohibitive. You could still charge for the web-based event and the sudience would be much larger without increased cost to you.

  2. Interestingly I was going to post exactly the same comment as above. I think there are many people who would be willing to subscribe to this event as a web-based seminar.

  3. Thank you both for your interest in hopsSquatch as a streaming option on the web. We are currently filming all the hopsSquatches and plan on making them available in some form at at


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