Enthusiasts of Bigfoot and paranormal phenomena will soon gather near Farmington for a conference on these mysterious topics.
Jesús Jr., Hollywood actor and producer and Albuquerque native, is organizing the event in partnership with Brenda Harris, founder of the Shadow Seekers of the Four Corners research group.
The Northern New Mexico Bigfoot and Paranormal Conference will be held Sept. 28-29. Conference speakers will present evidence and theories about Bigfoot, as well as information about future research projects and new technologies in the hunt for these elusive beings. Discussions also will include paranormal aspects of the creature, and research indicating that Bigfoot are capable of spoken language.
Jesús Jr. has appeared in several television series and films, including “Breaking Bad,” “2 Guns” and the recently completed, “Force of Execution.” The Albuquerque native will talk about his work with various paranormal and cryptid research teams. He will put forth a theory on the origins of Bigfoot and describe his new affiliations with The Falcon Project, as well as future documentaries and television shows.
Harris, an Upper Fruitland resident locally known for her paranormal and Bigfoot research, will present her team’s evidence and findings from investigations on the Navajo Reservation and surrounding areas, including video footage of a Bigfoot.
Other scheduled speakers and their topics include the following:
Scott Nelson, former Naval Intelligence analyst and cryptolinguist, will discuss the evidence of speech in Bigfoot recordings, and how he has used technology to analyze vocalizations and identify the building blocks of language.
William Allen Barnes, founder of the Falcon Project, will describe this innovative project’s strategy of capturing visual proof of Bigfoot’s existence from the air, as well as other new technologies and methods for investigating the Bigfoot phenomenon.
Sally Ramey will present best practices in research photography and discuss her experiences at sites across several Eastern states.
Robert Kryder, project manager and CEO of Kryder Exploration LLC will present significant physical, video and audio evidence his team has amassed during its investigations.
Tickets are $10 per day for adults and $5 for children 12 and under. Doors open at 8 a.m. and presentations run from 9 a.m. to about 4 p.m. each day. Tickets may be purchased at the door, cash only. Seating is limited.
The Walter Collins Center is about nine miles west of Farmington off U.S. 64. From U.S. 64, follow Old Kirtland Highway south to the intersection with Road 6675. Look for conference signs for the Walter Collins Center on the right near this intersection. The facility’s address will not register in online mapping programs.