This year 2023 we welcome the speakers from Pennsylvania Bigfoot Project
Pennsylvania Bigfoot project comes to Duman Lake Park
This year we will welcome the team from Pennsylvania Bigfoot Project, to the 5th annual Cambria County Arts & Heritage Festival. They will be on hand both days, show casing casting, stories about sightings and so much more.
The Pennsylvania Bigfoot Project is a community of 17,000+ members dedicated to the study and research of Bigfoot. The group was founded with the goal of promoting respect for the creatures and the environment, and our core beliefs include being a no-kill and no habituation group.
They believe in collecting as much data as possible through encounters and reports, and welcome all new members who are respectful and truly invested in Bigfoot research and expeditions. Our group is led by founder and leader Mary M. Fabian and Lead Director Bill Rigby, who have a deep passion for Bigfoot research.
At Pennsylvania Bigfoot Project, we are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of professionalism and respect in our research efforts. Our most important rule is to treat everyone, including our fellow members, the creatures, and the environment, with the utmost respect and dignity.
We are planning and developing a bigfoot evidence analysis laboratory. We plan to include DNA, physical, track photos and castings, video, audio, still photography and other forms of evidence within the labs capability to analyze.
Please contact Keith Adkins, our Director of Evidence Analysis, if you are interested in joining our laboratory analysis team or making a donation for equipment acquisition.
Email: [email protected]
Our REAL Laboratory will be staffed by experienced researchers and scientists, equipped with the latest technology and equipment to analyze Bigfoot evidence. Our laboratory will be equipped with DNA sequencers, digital microscopes, a 13 inch class cinematic drone with FLIR, LIDAR, Night Vision and 4K color video camera capabilities, and audio and video analysis software, among other cutting-edge tools. Our team of experts will examine hair and scat samples, footprint casts, audio recordings, and video footage to gather data on the biology, behavior, and habits of Bigfoot. Our findings will be documented and cataloged in a cloud-based database, making it easily accessible to other researchers and scientists. The REAL Laborartory will provide educational and outreach opportunities, offering internships, workshops, and presentations to interested members of the community. Additionally, we will work closely with other Bigfoot research organizations to share our findings and collaborate on future projects. We are confident that this new lab group will provide valuable insights into the existence of Bigfoot and further our understanding of this elusive species. With your support, we can continue to grow our research capabilities and make meaningful contributions to the field of Bigfoot studies. Join us on this exciting journey to unravel the mysteries of Bigfoot. Together, we can make a difference in our quest to learn more about this mysterious and fascinating creature.