First Annual
Nebraska Bigfoot Conference

February 17th - 18th, 2017
C3 Hotel & Convention Center
Hastings, Nebraska


Conference Coordinator:  
Harriett McFeely

My BIGFOOT quest started on May 29, 1953 when Sir Edmund Hillary climbed Mt. Everest  AND, he saw Yeti footprints!  I was only 8 at the time.  But, I BELIEVED, and I have never looked back or doubted…..
Then on October 20, 1967 the Patterson/Gimlin film was made of “Patty”.
I never doubted it,  and I still don’t…. I was “hooked” for life.
Some highlights of my growing up years were sleeping in a tent in the back yard, being outdoors, and hunting for fossils. When I was hiking one summer I found a 13 pound fossilized wooly mammoth bone, which is still one of my most prized possessions.  
Becoming more involved with Bigfoot research as an adult has brought intrigue and joy to my life. I have been fortunate to join the Sasquatch Investigation of the Rockies team and I enjoy attending campouts, and the Honobia Oklahoma Bigfoot Conference each year.
It is my hope that having a Nebraska Bigfoot Conference will provide education and increase interest not only in the Sasquatch, but also in all of the mysteries and challenges of our natural world. I believe that, for all ages, but especially for our young people; being outdoors and learning about unknown species is very important. Being in nature will enrich their everyday lives, empower them to experience the natural environment, and channel their creative energy into scientific exploration. Please join us in Hastings Feb. 17th & 18th for our conference, and hopefully you will enjoy the experience of learning more about the mystery.   

Conference Coordinator:  
Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts is an investigator for Sasquatch Investigations of the Rockies.  She has spoken at several Bigfoot meetings and school-aged classrooms.  She has combined her love of children with her passion of Bigfoot with leading school-aged children on an annual "Looking for Bigfoot" field trips since 2013 in Colorado.  Her happy place is camping in the middle of nowhere in active Bigfoot locations.


Roo is Robin Roberts' hiking companion.  She goes on many investigations and camps in a couple of active Bigfoot locations.  What is special about Roo is she is a rescue from a shelter.  She was covered in bite marks and you could see every bone in her body.  She was death
ly afraid of everything.  Especially men.  She has learned to be a respectful camper and loves camping as much as Robin.  One active Bigfoot location is actually named after her.  Called Roo's Place. 

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Ellen V.

I live on and help manage a family farming operation in Southeast Nebraska. I have been fascinated by the subject of Sasquatch ever since I saw the original movie of the Patterson Gimlin film in a theatre, at the age of 5. I continue to enjoy the journey, attending conferences, camping and hiking in the woods, and making many friends who hold the same fascination with the mysterious unknown, which has been a lifelong passion of mine. 
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