The American Bigfoot Society is currently planning an Eight-day expedition in Virginia. Members of this expedition will be comprised of a minimum of 4 organizations working together to try and answer the questions of a landowner and family. This type of cooperation between organizations is a first, and the American Bigfoot Society hopes it will be a huge success and looks forward to future expeditions with other organizations.
The American Bigfoot Society is thrilled to be a part of this expedition, as it is part of our goal to work with other organizations hand in hand to try and solve this mystery.
Watch our site for the final expedition report.
The Virginia Expedition has concluded. Numbers in attendance: 5 different organizations from 10 different states for a total of 30 + people (throughout the week). The expedition was a complete success. Regardless of varing opinions and group affiliations everyone had a great time, new ideas were discussed and used, and the week culminated in some interesting results during the field operations.
March, 2011 - Update.
Billy Willard has just posted his Video which is a small sampling of the people involved, along with some shots of the property - but this video does not cover the vast amounts of land this Cooperative Expedition was responsible for investigating.
It should be stressed, this was more than just a week long expedition, looking for "bigfoot", this expedition was also about bringing together different organizations and individuals to help dispell the myth that bigfoot researchers can't work together. We did, we were successful and here is the video and interviews to prove it.
The ABS is proud to have been a part of this expedition.
2010 Cooperative Expedition Video. Courtesy of Billy Willard, ABS Vice President and Director of Sasquatch Watch of Virginia.
2010 Cooperative Expedition. Video of hike into area described as L1. Courtesy of Toby Tollman, Tech Specialist American Bigfoot Society and Co-Founder Squatch Inc.