They keep making TV shows about searching for Bigfoot.

SPOILER: They haven't found him yet. (Or her. Or they. Or whatever pronoun Bigfoot has chosen to be representative of him/her/they. Hey, it's 2021.)

Moving on, The Bigfoot Research Organization (BFRO) has announced that a Bigfoot Expedition will take place in the New Jersey Pine Barrens - and you can be a part of it.

The expedition is scheduled to take place Thursday, September 16th, through Sunday, September 19th.

According to the  BFRO, participants will be taken to "areas where they will have encounters with Bigfoots at night." (Note they say "will" and not "might" - Hot Dog!)

The search will be led by Eric Spinner - a well-known local Bigfoot searcher, and Art Mack. BFRO notes that Spinner knows the locations of the most recent Bigfoot encounters in the Pine Barrens, and the expedition will hit those spots during the day and night.

You can expect to pay a fee of between $300 and $500 for the search, and you'll need to bring your own food, water, vehicle, tent, etc. More information on the expedition can be found here.  Registration details can be found here.

Here's an interview with Eric Spinner on his search efforts to find Bigfoot in the Pine Barrens:

Several years ago, the TV show "Finding Bigfoot" did an episode in the Pine Barrens. Here's a clip from the show:


SOURCE: BFRO.net

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