Oklahoma Bigfoot Symposium 2018

The date for the Oklahoma Bigfoot Symposium 2018 has been officially set.  Due to numerous other conferences around the same time as the October date, the date has been officially moved to March 10-11, 2018 and from here on out, will be held every year on the second weekend of March.  It will of course be held at CC Camp in Stilwell, OK and you can download the maps from this site on how to get there.  More details will be added in the next few days, so stay tuned.

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Door prizes 2017

The door prizes were awarded, with the 2 Stuffed Bigfoot Dolls, made by Ruth England, local Cherokee seamstress, going to Miss Alexis Mathis and Miss Leah Hubler. The young ladies enjoyed their new companions and posed with them beside the Symposium banners.

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New Sponsor Hotel

We would like to announce that we have an official Oklahoma Bigfoot Symposium Hotel, we would like to welcome 

Regency Inn,

1915 US-59, 

Stilwell, OK 74960

Phone: (918) 696-6789

As an official sponsor who will be giving discounts on rooms to folks coming in for the symposium. It will be a 2 Queen Sized bed room for $60 a night, just tell them you are going to be there for the Bigfoot Conference.  (During the days of the conference only)

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Speaking Schedule

Saturday September 30th, 2017


8AM - Conference Opening
8:30AM - Opening presentation - D.W. Lee
9AM - Sisters of the Moon, All Female Research Group
10AM - Robert Swain, APES Director
11AM - Lyle Blackburn, Author 
12PM - Lunch
1PM - Jim Whitehead, MABRC Researcher
2PM - Mark Newbill, BEAST Director
3PM - Mike Hall, Texla Researcher & Actor
4PM - Bernie Wall, MABRC Researcher
4:15PM-Randy Savig, MABRC Researcher
5PM - Closing of the conference for day one
Fireside chat with the researchers at the researchers’ camp.


Sunday October 1st, 2017


10AM - Opening presentation, Day two - D.W. Lee
11AM - Jim Whitehead, MABRC Researcher
12PM - Lunch
1PM - Town Hall Meeting
3PM - D.W. Lee, MABRC Executive Director
4PM - Closing of the conference.



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Additional Information

More details about the Symposium.


$5 a day, Children under 12 get in free with paid adult admission.


Camping in a research area with the MABRC researchers, fee is free.

Camping at the Symposium location $5 a night.  You will need to contact by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to confirm you want to camp at the Symposium location or at the research area.  At the symposium location, you will need to bring a fire ring or pit if you want to have a fire.


Concessions will be available both days of the Symposium.


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