Showing posts with label oss. Show all posts
Showing posts with label oss. Show all posts

Saturday, June 19, 2010

OSS: Bob Gimlin does impromptu talk

Bob Gimlin recalls the first time he heard "Patty," the moniker given
to the bigfoot in famous Patterson/Gimlin film, he was anaware the
community had already given it a name.

He met Patterson as a rodeo peer. Patterson would continually show him
castings and recorded interviews to the unimpressed Gimlin.

It wasn't until Gimlin read Ivan Sanderson's book (provided by
Patterson) when Gimlin's curiousity peaked.

OSS A.Williams Presents a picture of Enochs "brother"


Autumn Williams takes a shot and rendering a Photoshop illustration of
Enoch. Witness Mike says, "Not bad, that could be Enoch's brother."

OSS Autumn Williams: Shoe does not fit

Friday, June 18, 2010

Eugene is Kickin off Sasquatch

Just passed by Toby, Dr. Meldrum and Bob Gimlin. Waiting for Cliff
Barackman. Already hearing buzzes about "best video ever," and "never
seen anything like it!"

There's a lot of old squatchin' freinds bumping into each other.
Although a newbie, I can't help but feel nostalgic amongst these folks.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Bob Gimlin will be at Oregon Sasquatch Symposium


This just in! Bob Gimlin has confirmed his attendance at the Oregon Sasquatch Symposium.

For those who don't know, he was the guy right next to Patterson while they filmed Bigfoot at bluff creek! See patterson/Gimlin video below



If you haven't got you tickets yet. BUY THEM HERE! Or click on the banner below!

EXTERNAL LINKS
Patterson/Gimlin on WIKI
Tickets for OSS

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Bigfoot Lunch Club Sponsors Oregon Sasquatch Symposium

We are proud to announce that we have become one of the proud sponsors of the First Annual Oregon Sasquatch Symposium. Toby Johnson, the guy running the event, borrowed our design team to help produce some marketing materials for him and we are proud to announce we are the first to share it with you publicly. Ta-da!


From the Oregon Sasquatch Symposium website:

Join us in the beautiful and cozy Willamette Valley next year as we kick off the first annual "OSS" Oregon Sasquatch Symposium in Eugene, Oregon. This event will be held at Lane Community College in the Forum Hall. Seating is limited, and tickets are sure to go fast once they are released.

The event was originally formed to unite Oregon researchers within the same venue to share information about what they have going on, basically in their own backyard. The Sasquatch phenomena is, of course, not only an Oregon experience, but given the history of this beautifully forested state, our Sasquatch is as much a part of our culture as the Douglas Fir trees that surround it.

The 19th of June will be a day when long-term witnesses and enthusiasts share their personal Sasquatch encounters at the OSS.

The 20th of June will be the day expert testimony takes front and center stage . Although not every attendee will be from our own Oregon backyard, we are still delighted to invite them into the shadows of our majestic forests. So far, all is looking fantastic as to the forecast for the 20th lineup. Maybe it is our little known saying that has got everyone so on board. "Oregon, will treat ya so many ways, your bound to love one of em"!

::: The list of speakers include :::

Autumn Williams | From OregonBigfoot.com

Cliff Barackman | From www.CliffBarackman.com

David Rodriguez | A 52 yr old Oregon resident who has had a number of encounters with sasquatch over the last 32 years of his life. he has a great PDF article on Tree Breaks here.

Thom Powell | Authored "The Locals" a book about Sasquatch research

Kathy Strain | Anthropolgist who wrote "Giants, Cannibals & Monsters: Bigfoot in Native Culture and treasurer of www.bigfootresearch.com

Sali Shepard-Wolford | Author of "Valley Of The Skookum"

Dr. Jeff Meldrum | Author of "Sasquatch: Legend Meets Science"

Ron Morehead | Recorded The Sierra Sounds Volume #1 "Bigfoot Recordings"

Scott Nelson | Translated the Sierra Sounds and found a Bigfoot language

Jaime Avalos | Claims his research is like no other

Jaime Avalos | Claims his research is like no other

What are you waiting for? Go get your tickets now!




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