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In search of Bigfoot at the Ripley library

On Saturday, April 23rd from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., join us in the Ripley Library meeting room for a program titled In Search of Bigfoot.
This is a free program and everyone is welcome to attend.  The Ripley Library is located at the corner of US 52 and Main Street in Ripley, Ohio.
For further information or questions contact the library at (937) 392-4871 or
Mike Feltner and Mike Miller with Ohio Night Stalkers will talk about bigfoot reports in the area and their own sightings and continued activities to document bigfoot.
The uncut version of the Patterson Gilmin 1967 film will be shown.  Footprint castings will be on display and audio recordings will be shared.  Audience members are invited to talk about their experiences.
People have spotted Bigfoot creatures for over four hundred years, describing the creature as hairy men; creatures of the forest.
Sightings of bigfoot type cryptids have taken place all over the world, with tribal cultures and Native Americans having lore of such a man-beast.
Bigfoot footprints have been found and reported for over seventy years. The British explorer David Thompson is sometimes credited with the first discovery in 1811 of a set of Sasquatch footprints. Bigfoot is also known as Sasquatch.
According to Animal Planet, The Evidence for Bigfoot, “most researchers who study the bigfoot subject will point to the abundance of witnesses as the factor they found most compelling about the mystery when first becoming acquainted with it.
Over the course of time, bigfoot researchers meet enough eyewitnesses to realize there are indeed many, many eyewitnesses across the continent who are indeed very credible.  Often there are multiple witnesses to a given sighting or encounter.”
Believer or non-believer, come and hear and see some of the evidence for yourself.  There will be plenty of time for question and answers.

One comment:

  1. The Ohio Night Stalkers
    give away FREE door prizes….!!!
    cd’s…dvd’s….books !!!!
    Nice stuff….so IMPRESSED !!!!

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