Dates: April 16 - 19, 2009 (Thurs. - Sun.)
This will be the second BFRO expedition in Ohio.
The previous expedition in Ohio
yielded some amazing incidents -- enough to justify no less than three
subsequent non-public expeditions to the same area.
Unfortunately the sasquatches in that area became increasingly less interested
in our presence there at night after a few different forrays. They eventually
stopped coming around completely after they got wise.
It was experiences like these that showed us how these animals successfully
avoided being hunted in the past (or even photographed, for the most part),
and also demonstrated how important it is to be fully prepared for the
closest approaches on the first expedition in an area. When that first
expedition happened in Ohio we did not have the amount of equipment and
know-how that we have today. If we would have had a bunch of thermal imagers
in the Ruh-rack configuration for that trip, we would have gotten some
very interesting footage from that first expedition in Ohio.
The 2009 expedition will target an even less populated part of Ohio, from
where there are various indications of their presence. A lot of motivation
and courage has been building up among the Ohio BFRO to get something
recorded with thermal imagers in that state, where the BFRO was born in
1995. Now that everyone in the Ohio BFRO knows how important it is to
strategically anticipate close approaches on the first forray in an active
area, there is very good chance the 2009 expedition will yield some footage.
The man who did such an excellent job organizing the first Ohio expedition
and picking the locations in Columbiana County that yielded such good
action (Cleveland area hospital administrator Mark Maisel) will be organizing
the 2009 expedition in Ohio. Maisel is now
accepting requests for participation by non-members. You can contact him
to inquire via email (Ohio@BFRO.net) after you have read the Frequently
Asked Questions about the expeditions.