The hunt for North America's most prolific cryptid is on in the Hoosier state!

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The Search for Sasquatch

There's no denying that North America's most prolific cryptid is Bigfoot.  There have been countless books, TV shows, and movies dedicated to finding the elusive sasquatch.  There are even folks who are so fascinated with Bigfoot that they go out searching for evidence or a glimpse of this creature. The hunt for Bigfoot has become so popular that there are conferences held by Bigfoot enthusiasts all across the country.  One of these conferences will be heading to Indiana in September of 2024.

The Indiana Bigfoot Research Organization

The inaugural Indiana Bigfoot Conference is being put on by the Indiana Bigfoot Research Organization or IBRO for short.  The IBRO is a nonprofit that gathers reports of Bigfoot sightings from around the state of Indiana, while also researching areas to gather information and document that information.   The IBRO also hosts a database of sightings and reports from all across the state.


Indiana Bigfoot Conference

The Indiana Bigfoot Conference will take place on September 27th and 28th in Nashville, Indiana.  Nashville is in Brown County which is home to Indiana's largest state park, and according to the IBRO many reports of Bigfoot sightings have come from this area, so it seems like the perfect place for the first Indiana Bigfoot Conference!

Get ready to mark your calendars and join us for an unforgettable experience at Indiana's highly anticipated Bigfoot Conference taking place from September 27th to September 28th, 2024. Nestled in the captivating realm of Nashville, Indiana, renowned for its legendary Bigfoot sightings, this exceptional event is an absolute must-attend for all enthusiasts and curious minds alike.

If you're interested in joining the conference or want to make plans to go, you can learn more, here.


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