Geoff Robinson is a Bigfooter Helper. He is a territory manager, and a graduate engineering student. He originally hails from Georgia, and currently lives in Portland, Oregon. Geoff is a scientist participating in the scientific validation of the existence of Bigfoot/Sasquatch projects. Geoff is with the BFRO – The BigFoot Research Organization. See: http://www.bfro.net/
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Ronie Powell is a member of the BFRO – Bigfoot Research Organization was raised in an outdoors-loving family. She has spent summers in the remote wilderness areas of the Adirondacks and Eastern Canada
She is a retired financial analyst living in central Tennessee.
We will also learn about about Bigfoot and Big Doot and Little Zoot, a series of children’s books of which she has co-authored with Sybilla Irwin another member of the BFRO who is also an artist.
Ronie has attended the following BFRO expeditions:
– 2006 New York
– 2008 Oklahoma
– Assisted with the the first BFRO expedition in Tennessee in March 2009.
– 2009 Private Expedition in Illinois, Pennsylvania & Missouri
– 2010 Private Expedition in Florida & Pennsylvania, Illinois Expedition
– Organized the 2010 & 2011 Tennessee Expeditions
– 2011 Illinois, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and the first ever BFRO All Women’s Expedition in Texas
– 2012 Ohio and Texas
– 2013 Organized the Kentucky Expedition
At count 43:52 Ron plays an audio of a Bigfoot howl.
Ron Boles who hails from Missouri had his first encounter with Bigfoot in 1988. Since 2007 he has been a BFRO Investigator. He was featured in 2015 on “Finding Bigfoot.” He has participated in and led numerous expeditions in several states – Arkansas, Colorado, Kentucky, Missouri, Tennessee and Texas. He is deeply involved int he study of the outdoors, ecology, folklore and regional history.
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Sybilla Irwin, is a South-Texas native, who is also a talented wildlife artist. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and a minor in Art from Texas A&M University in College Station. Since 1995 she has taught art in various mediums in the community and in the public schools, where she is able to impart her love and understanding of the visual world to hundreds of students.
She is a mother and grandmother who helps witnesses of Bigfoot sightings and those who have interacted with them to make sense of what they have seen. She creates life like art work similar to what police artists do. She is recognized for her witness re-creations. Sybilla is an investigator with the BFRO – The Bigfoot Research Organization and her website is at: sybillairwin.com.