Wednesday, June 5, 2013

June 23rd hopsSquatch featuring Dr. Jeff Meldrum

HopsSquatch is a Bigfoot Speaker Series 
dedicated to the latest Bigfoot news and research.

The next event is June 23rd Featuring
Dr. Jeff Meldrum & William Barnes

The Lucky Labrador Beer Hall (NEW LOCATION!!)
1945 Northwest Quimby Street
Portland, OR 97209
(503) 517-4352

Main event 12:30-4pm

Dr. Jeff Meldrum and William Barnes will talk about the Falcon Project, a remote controlled dirigible outfitted with state-of-art infared and hi resolution cameras.

Craig Woolheater founder of the worlds most popular cryptozoology website Cryptomundo and will discuss new horizons for the blog.

Get behind-the-scenes information from the experts and become Bigfoot insiders learning what is on the horizon of Bigfoot research.

Limited seating available-Register now!
    Future Speakers Include:
   Thom Powell, Best selling Author of "The Locals"
   Kirk Sigurdson, Expert in Hidden Histories
   Guy Edwards, Founder of Bigfoot Lunch Club
   Doug Meacham, Hypnotist
   Ro Sahebi, Film Maker and Documentarian from L.A.
   Cindy Rose Caddell, Author & Anthropology Major

Series presentations-$5 per person
(limited seating so reserve early!) 
or save by becoming a member of Hopssquatch for $50.
Membership includes a seat at each series event, a Hopssquatch t-shirt, first chance at news and speaker updates, and more.

Series Format:

Featured Guest Presentation
Moderated Q&A
Panel Discussion Featuring Differing Views and Debate
Raffle for Bigfoot Swag

Enjoy Options from the Full Menu at the Luck Lab Beer Hall in NW Portland (NEW LOCATION)

Limited Space-Reserve Now!

Sunday, June 2, 2013

Details for June 23rd's HopsSquatch are Still Being Confirmed

We can confirm Dr. Jeff Meldrum and William Barnes will speak and share details regarding the Falcon Project. The Falcon project is a remote controlled dirigible fitted with stat-of-the-art cameras. Some are referring to it as the Bigfoot Blimp.
Dr. Jeff Meldrum discussing opportunities of the Bigfoot Blimp
"It looks like something out of a science fiction movie. It's a dirigible, an airship that has two air cells that gives it a kind of a catamaran stability in the air," --Dr. Jeff Meldrum.

We hope to be able to confirm more details tomorrow. In the meantime watch this video about the Falcon Project.

Seating is limited, we don't want you to miss out, please register now.