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Honobia Bigfoot Fest 2019 Featured

Written by  Friday, 06 September 2019 10:14
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 Ron Moorehead, Conference Speaker Ron Moorehead, Conference Speaker

September as fall approaches is time to prepare for the 2019 Honobia Bigfoot Festival & Conference Oct 04, 2019 to Oct 05, 2019, in the densely wooded Kiamichi Mountains.


If the lure of Bigfoot has you wondering whether he’s been spotted lately, there will be true encounter stories and prominent Bigfoot researchers to share both the lore and their field investigations of this mysterious creature.


Visitors may stroll through the beautiful fall woods and enjoy live music, handcrafted arts and crafts, children’s games, a nature walk, delicious food, and family-friendly entertainment. The site is at the Kiamichi Mountains Christian Mission (Christ 40 acres), Highway 144 and Indian Highway, Honobia, Ok.
The event raises funds to give scholarships to students in the Honobia area.


Multiple musical performances and other live acts will be interspersed throughout the event. Watch as the kids enjoy the Kids Zone and other activities.


Church services will start at 10am on Sunday morning, and all are welcome.


Oklahoma Bigfoot sightings and reports from other states are told around campfires Friday and Saturday night. Guests with first-hand encounters share stories without ridicule.


You can enjoy primitive camping in the woods near where Bigfoot dwells. The campground allows tents as well as limited RV camping with electric hookups, available by advance reservations through the Kiamichi Mountain Christian Mission.


The Bigfoot Conference features prominent Bigfoot researchers. This year's guest speakers are R. Scott Nelson, Ron Morehead, M. K. Davis, John Vanderventer, and Igor Burtsev. Multiple Q&A sessions and presentations will be planned. This unique Oklahoma event been educating and entertaining visitors for nearly a decade.


The Honobia festival was named the No. 1 Bigfoot Fest in the nation by “The Hauntist,” an Internet blog. Accommodations nearby are listed on the website honobiabigfoot.com.
If you are training to run should you see a Sasquatch, you may wish to enter the Bigfoot 5K on Saturday, Oct. 5. Doris Winlock P.A.C.E. Coordinator, Choctaw Nation, One Choctaw Way, Talihina, Ok. 74571; (800) 349-7026 or (918) 567-7000, Ext. 6958; or Fax 918-567-7144; email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

The Honobia Bigfoot Organization is a non-profit group which partnered with the Chahta Foundation and the Tuskahoma Masonic Lodge No. 491 to bring scholarships to students Smithville, Battiest, Clayton, Talihina and Buffalo Valley.

 

Campers should call (580) 244-3473 for reservations. Vendors may email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



David Deaton

Digital Editor at Oklahoma Welcome

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