Cabela's in Wheeling, West Virginia will be hosting this year's: Strange, Rare and Unusual Sightings event. It's set to take place on Friday, March 6th through Sunday, March 8th.
Cabela’s welcomes experts in real scientific research of creatures reported in the woods of North America. There are thousands of reported sightings of “Sasquatch” every year. Is this real or myth?You can visit Cabela's website here:http://www.cabelas.com
This is a free seminar and is appropriate for all ages.
The experts, including Dr. Jeff Meldrum, Professor of the Department of Biological Sciences at Idaho State University, will discuss the evidence and the scientific interpretation of these reported sightings, footprints and other signs of existence.
Featured will be Steve Kulls “The Sasquatch Detective”, who has appeared in multiple television shows, as well as regional experts from The Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society, including Dave Dragosin Western Regional Director, Billy Willard of Sasquatch Watch of Virginia will present evidence from Virginia and southern West Virginia. Stan Gordon, recognized expert in multiple phenomenon, will return as a featured speaker.
Friday, March 6 – Meet and greet with the experts 6PM-8PM-Cabela’s Conference Room
Saturday and Sunday – Seminar Presentation – 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM – Cabela’s Main Floor