'Bigfoot Bonanza' to Become San Francisco's First Bigfoot Conference

San Francisco's first annual Bigfoot Bonanza is set to kickoff this weekend, beginning Friday, March 10th and running through Sunday the 12th.  The event is being held at the Balboa Theatre by Bigfoot enthusiast Kai Wada Roath, and promises "Three days of cult classic Bigfoot and Yeti flicks, documentaries, and Guest Speakers in a haunted and historic movie theatre on the Barbary Coast of California."

Kai Wada Roath was initially skeptical of Bigfoot sightings, but changed his mind after speaking to experiencers.  Image credit: Brent Roath

Kai Wada Roath was initially skeptical of Bigfoot sightings, but changed his mind after speaking to experiencers.  Image credit: Brent Roath

Presenters include Cliff Barackman, one of the hosts of Animal Planet's "Finding Bigfoot," and a dedicated researcher for over two decades; Kathy Strain, the Heritage Resource and Tribal Relations Programs Manager for the Stanislaus National Forest in Sonora, California; Seth Breedlove, a filmmaker from Ohio best known for his production company and the films they've produced under the Small Town Monsters banner; John & Montra Freitas,  researchers with a combined 50 years of experience hunting Bigfoot; Craig Flipy, the filmmaker behind "Bigfoot Roadtrip," and co-star of "Finding Bigfoot; Dave Haaze-Baroque, the puppeteer and ventriloquist behind Dave Haaz-Baroque and his Shadow Circus Creature Theatre; and The Ultimate Female Bigfoot Team, a quartet of women, named Montra, Lex, Sam and Sara, who have joined forces to research Bigfoot.

Tobias WaylandComment