Pennsylvania Bigfoot Investigations At Kirby Library Scheduled April 22

Bob Bucko and Jason Talmadge of Pennsylvania Bigfoot Investigations (PBI) will present “Finding Bigfoot in Pennsylvania” at the Marian Sutherland Kirby Library on Tuesday, April 22 at 6:30.

PBI is based out of Central/ Northeastern Pennsylvania and investigates reported sightings and searches for evidence of the existence of Bigfoot. They also routinely investigate areas that are believed to support a Bigfoot habitat. PBI’s mission is to prove that Bigfoot exists. PBI has conducted investigations in various areas in Pennsylvania such as Moon Lake Park, Mifflinville, Bald Mountain, Sullivan County and Mountaintop.

The PBI investigators will be joined by a special guest, independent investigator Marc Sears who has experienced an encounter as a young boy.

The legend of Bigfoot has been a topic of speculation for over a hundred years. Bigfoot, also known as Sasquatch is reported to be a hairy creature that looks like a cross between an ape and a human, said to be between 6 and 10 feet tall. The creature is often described as having a foul odor and is said to make loud howls and screams at night, as well as wood knocking sounds or rock clacking sounds. Before the European invasion, Native Americans were very familiar with the “hairy giant” that lived in the wilderness. Sightings of the creature are not limited to the Pacific Northwest but occur throughout the United States and Canada.

Registration for this program may be done by visiting the library at 35 Kirby Ave., Mountaintop or by calling 570-474-9313. Look for Pennsylvania Bigfoot Investigations on Facebook for more information.