Bigfoot Discussion with Amy Bue
Join Amy Bue to learn about bigfoot stories and encounters and the science behind the tales. The event will be at 5:30 p.m.- 8:pm Monday, Oct. 23 at the New Castle Public Library.
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A writer and educator from Northeast Ohio, Amy Bue’s fascination with Bigfoot started in 2012 when she saw something she couldn’t explain. Although Amy’s private field research is concentrated in Pennsylvania’s Allegheny National Forest, she crosses the country speaking and researching in areas of high interest while following up on witness reports and looking for evidence of Bigfoot’s existence. In 2018, Amy cofounded Project Zoobook, a collaboration of Bigfoot investigators working alongside primate zookeepers, primatologists, wildlife biologists, marine biologists, forestry workers, archaeologists, anthropologists, university professors, law enforcement officials, taxonomists, and other scientists. Their goal is to continue the work of the late wildlife biologist Dr. John Bindernagel in striving to make the subject of Bigfoot less taboo in scientific circles. Their efforts have proven successful as many doors have been opened for both Amy and her colleagues, including an invite to camp and research alongside native Pikuni investigators on Montana’s Blackfoot Reservation.