Marion Welcomes Back the WNC Bigfoot Festival

Spring in western North Carolina brings unpredictable weather and the emergence of Bigfoot for the annual WNC Bigfoot Festival. This year’s festival, taking place on May 20th, will feature a conference with renowned researchers and adventurers discussing their findings on the elusive creature, as well as a variety of Bigfoot-themed activities, contests, and vendors. The festival will also include a dedication ceremony where Bigfoot will be named the official animal of Marion, N.C. Visitors are encouraged to plan ahead for parking and take advantage of satellite parking areas with shuttle services to and from the event.

As a serious bigfoot researcher, I can attest that spring in western North Carolina is a prime time for sightings of the elusive creature. The annual WNC Bigfoot Festival is a testament to the fascination and intrigue surrounding bigfoot. This year’s festival will feature a conference with renowned researchers and adventurers, including Ron Morehead who has become world famous for his recordings of what could be a Sasquatch. According to a flier for the conference, other speakers will include Christian MacLeod of the American Cryptid and Paranormal Society and Matt Seeber of East Tennessee Bigfoot group.

The festival itself will offer a variety of activities, including a Bigfoot Calling Contest and over 180 vendor booths featuring bigfoot-themed products. Visitors are encouraged to indulge in Sasquatch-themed dishes and drinks created by local businesses. Mayor Steve Little will even present event organizers, Bigfoot 911, with a proclamation naming Bigfoot the official animal of Marion, N.C. As a believer in the existence of bigfoot, I am excited to attend this year’s festival and learn more about this mysterious creature.

In conclusion, the WNC Bigfoot Festival is not just a fun event for enthusiasts and skeptics alike, but also an opportunity for serious researchers to come together and share their knowledge and experiences. While some may dismiss bigfoot as a myth or legend, those of us who believe in its existence continue to search for evidence and understanding. The festival serves as a reminder that there is still so much we don’t know about the natural world around us.

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