Adam Davies to be a featured guest speaker at the annual Texas Bigfoot Conference
Adam Davies is a featured speaker at the Texas Bigfoot Conference in Jefferson, TX on October 14, 2022.
Established in 2001, the Texas Bigfoot Conference was originally the Annual Bigfoot Conference in Texas, and held by the Texas Bigfoot Research Center. Craig Woolheater, co-founder and director of the original TBRC, hosts the Texas Bigfoot Conference in Jefferson, TX, the Bigfoot Capital of Texas.
Each year, the Texas Bigfoot Conference gathers many of the preeminent names to discuss and disseminate the latest findings regarding the unclassified hominoid species popularly known as Bigfoot or Sasquatch.
This year, the 2020 Texas Bigfoot Conference panel of experts will feature renowned cryptozoologist, Adam Davies. Additionally, the 2022 Texas Bigfoot Conference guest speakers will also include:
- Loren Coleman
- Ken Gerhard
- Sybilla Irwin
- Shelly Covington-Montana
- Lyle Blackburn
More about the Texas Bigfoot Research Center
The Texas Bigfoot Research Center is led by Craig Woolheater and holds the Texas Bigfoot Conference each year. The Texas Bigfoot Research Center is a strictly no-kill research organization. It is not related to the Texas Bigfoot Research Conservancy (now known as the North American Wood Ape Conservancy NAWAC).
The TBRC is made up of core members of the original (1999-2007) iteration of the organization.
It is the goal of the Texas Bigfoot Research Center to validate what we believe to be an undocumented species of bipedal, nocturnal primate commonly referred to as Bigfoot or Sasquatch. This would effectively move Bigfoot/Sasquatch from the realm of cryptozoology into zoology.
There are several misconceptions regarding the creature we call Bigfoot. Some people consider this creature to be a monster. Bigfoot is not a monster. We are dealing with a primate, an elusive primate, not a monster, the “missing link,” a shape-shifter from another dimension, or an extra-terrestrial being. There are many regional names that these creatures are called. Sasquatch, wildman, booger, bush ape, and skunk ape are some of the more common ones.
For hundreds of years in Texas, neighboring states, and across North America, credible witnesses, with nothing to gain, have reported encountering enigmatic animals that fall within the physical and behavioral profiles of Bigfoot or Sasquatch. These compelling reports continue today with no signs of abating.
In addition to the visual encounters, there is a continuously growing body of physical evidence. The evidence consists of photographs and casts of footprints and handprints with some of the casts determined by dermal ridge experts to be of unknown primate origin; hair samples found in association with encounters that scientists have determined to be of unknown primate origin, and recorded vocalizations that bioacoustics analysts have determined to be of unknown primate origin.
Native American cultures are also rich with anecdotes of encounters going back hundreds of years. Indeed, many tribes even had names for these creatures: Nalusa Falaya – Choctaw Indian; Tsiatko – Puyallup/Nisqually Indian; Skookum – Chinook Indian; Rugaru – Ojibway Indian; Omah – Yurok Indian; Bukwas – Kwakwaka’wakw Indian.
It is the position of the Texas Bigfoot Research Center that the body of reports along with patterns arising from those reports, and the body of physical evidence indicates a living species that has yet to be documented.
Contrary to the notions of some, these animals are not exclusive to the Pacific Northwest, although that region may indeed contain the largest group. These animals have a long history of habitation in Texas and neighboring states; in Texas, encounters are reported predominantly in the eastern third of the state.