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on April 29, 2018 at 11:51 AM said:
I have been blessed with multiple close encounters with the Big Guys and have never once felt threatened at this point in time, but I still prudently don't unconditionally trust them. What I don't know could hurt me is my gut feeling.
With that said, I have many questions about the delta shaped lights in the sky that I have also documented hovering over areas of Bigfoot activity. Additionally, I have also documented these small bubble headed subjects with night vision and thermal scope lurking around close areas. I have no idea what their connection is with the Big Guys and is the primary reason for attending this conference. To mention this unusual twist with most Bigfoot research groups would get you excommunicated LOL! Hoping to learn more!!
Mary Paula Duff
on April 25, 2018 at 10:21 AM said:
Thrilled to attend. Always wanted to do this and here goes! Looking forward to listening and learning!
on April 5, 2018 at 12:24 PM said:
I am super excited to go to this conference. This will be my first conference of this kind and I cant wait to hear all the accounts and stories.
This will be the first big thing that I have attended since I moved to Colorado.
on March 27, 2018 at 12:04 PM said:
Very excited to see Linda and David as speakers. I go to contact in the desert and loved it so this will be very exciting to see great speakers in beautiful Colorado!!
on March 27, 2018 at 11:05 AM said:
What a terrific plethora of paranormal experts! This will be my first time attending the MHMC;
I cannot wait to mingle with like-minded individuals. A big thank you to the coordinators!
on March 23, 2018 at 10:05 PM said:
Last years conference was awesome ! Speakers and the audience and conference staff were wonderful. Wishing you a successful 2018 event !!
on January 23, 2018 at 10:23 PM said:
I really enjoyed the conference and learned so much from the speakers. I was so happy to be able to purchase all the books and souvenirs to bring back.It also gave me a chance to get back to Denver after 50 years. Hope to get back again soon to another conference
on January 22, 2018 at 11:29 AM said:
I really enjoyed the fall conference. It was a great variety of speakers, many subjects and points of view. I am looking forward to the conference in May! Thank you for doing this!
on October 16, 2017 at 1:40 PM said:
Great conference. Thank you for the opportunity to expand my world.
on October 14, 2017 at 5:25 PM said:
Where do I even begin? I have never been to a conference of this variety before and had no idea what to expect. Going into this with an open mind and heart was the best strategy for me I think because, holy cow! Information overload! The variety of strange and baffling topics were a welcomed change to rhythmic pattern of everyday life (although the wild people are a common topic of conversation in hour household). I don’t think things can ever be as they were. I want to thank all the speakers for illuminating some of the curious wonders of the physical ( and maybe not so physical) realm we reside in right now. Your seminars and presentations were awe inspiring to say the least. You have provided a fertile launch pad for many of us to prepare for our own exploration. Thank you for the work that you do and welcoming the ‘newcomers‘ into this fascinating domain. You are teaching the world to re-learn how to access and accept the human experience. I hope to see you all again<3
on October 13, 2017 at 8:39 AM said:
What a great conference! It was great to finally meet researchers that I have followed and everyone was very down to earth and approachable. My girlfriend who was a newbee also enjoyed the conference. The one thing I would have enjoyed hearing is from the audience who have had experiences and their stories. I will definitely attend the next one if there is on!
Dennis & Cheryl Calkins
on October 10, 2017 at 5:25 PM said:
We enjoyed all three days, plus dinner. Each of the speakers were informative and interesting. It went very smoothly, later when we got to meet the speakers and talk to them a little bit, we found that they were all very nice and outgoing. We learned a lot from the speakers. The MC, Jim, did a great job with intro's and keeping things moving.
The seats were very hard-something that is beyond your control we realize. The only suggestion for improvement is a 5 minute relief break after each speaker, and then when everyone is seated, do the drawings.
Again, it was a very well presented conference and we hope that it will continue in the future. It was definitely worth the money, and we are glad that we attended.
on October 10, 2017 at 1:12 PM said:
The conference was very rewarding. Each and every speaker had a riveting tale to tell--sometimes moving, sometimes humorous, and all truly amazing.
I was impressed by the field researchers’ diligence. The quality of field research presented should be emerging into mainstream scientific discourse,one would think, especially in light of DNA and other evidence collected. The stories about "gifting" Bigfoots were fascinating.
I will remember Ruben Uriarte's interview footage for a long time.
I am grateful that speakers were quite gracious and generous with their time in talking with attendees.
Maybe there needed to be a special session on how Les Stroud got over the fear of grizzlies (?) out there all alone with just that camera--really still curious about this...
on October 8, 2017 at 10:51 PM said:
I really enjoyed the conference...especially the basic, hands-on advice on looking for Sasquatch...and dealing with him or her, if they choose to reveal themselves!
The linguistics lecture, plus Sybilla's and Harvey's drawings and stories, were a special treat.
Anything that affirms this creature's reality is refreshing. I'm not so big on what Thom called "wacky shit" or "woo" stuff, particularly if we're just talking 'feelings' versus evidence. (I am willing to hear it out, however, just in case.) Thom's sense of humor about it all was refreshing.
Do remember, though, guys, that things seasoned Bigfoot researchers have heard about a million times (like the Erickson Project) may be totally new to your audience. I'm sure I was not the only person sitting there who hadn't heard about it. (I actually prided myself on being knowledgeable about BF before this...but am changing my tune rapidly.) Photos, even of basic environments, are wonderful. Be sure, however, when you mention a sighting, to actually describe the Sasquatches in question. I was left trying to guess what a lot of them, particularly those mentioned in today's (Sunday's) lectures, actually looked like.... except for 'big.' Thanks for all your hard work; I'm looking forward to the next one already.
on October 8, 2017 at 6:58 PM said:
It was a awesome conference very great speakers everyone was so pleasant wish there was more booths I’ve been following missing 411 from the start I enjoyed conversations with David Paulides and Harvey Pratt and the others I really hope this continues also had a great time meeting different people with the same passion in the great unknown thanks again for a great weekend.
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