Are you looking to learn more about Bigfoot and possibly join in on Bigfoot sightings 2015 group. Then here is your chance to be a member of a 2015 Bigfoot expedition being offered by the Olympic Project. Full details of the upcoming expedition in May have been released and now is your chance to join in on the fun. The dates for this years first event are May 7th to the 10th and will feature free classes on various Bigfoot research techniques along with different featured speakers and free hiking and night time research.
This Bigfoot expedition will take place in the Lake Crescent area, west of Port Angeles WA with directions being supplied upon confirmation. There are both RV spots and tent locations available but there are limited spots as only 12 attendees are allowed per trip.
Classes will include:
Backpack preparedness and wilderness survival – Derek Randles, James Million and Shane Corson.
DNA collection protocol, and in field methodology – Cindy Dosen and Olympic Project staff.
Audio studies and technique – David Ellis
Proper and comprehensive evidence documentation – Tom Baker.
Track casting – David Ellis and Derek Randles.
Map/Topography study and planning – Matt Jones.
Speakers will include:
Diane Stocking Neiss – American Primate Foundation, and Olympic Project member.
Cindy Dosen – BFRO, and Olympic Project member.
Barbara Clifton Olvera – Tillamook Research Organization, and Olympic Project member.
The Olympic Project will aid you in your search for Bigfoot by teaching you the latest and most effective methods for finding Bigfoot include multiple field research techniques and skills. Here is a list of items you will need if you plan to attend this 2015 Bigfoot expedition.
List of Needed Items:
Backpack – (day pack)
2 good light sources – flash light/head lamp.
Lighter or water proof matches
Water (or water producting device)
Pad and pen.
First aid kit (small one)
Small emergency blanket.
Tent or RV. There are places to sleep out of the weather if it becomes a factor.
Cooler for your food. (if needed store 20 minutes away)
Added camping supplies you may need.
You can get more information about joining the 2015 Olympic Project Bigfoot Expedition by visiting their official web site here (www.olympicproject.com). Or by the contacting Derek Randles, Cell (360) 731-3643 , Olympic Project / Ridge Walkers Unlimited.