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May Expedition

The Olympic Project would like to announce our first public expedition. The trip will take place at our research headquarters in the beautiful Olympic National forest. Trip dates are May 20, 21, 22.. Our guest presenter will be Tom Steenburg,…

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A Message From The Olympic Project

Dear Olympic Project Friends,   We generally do not pay much attention to what others say online but due to the nature of social media and the internet in general, we wanted to reach out to Olympic Project friends, fans…

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Sasquatch Summit ’14 Townhall

The Sasquatch Summit is held November 20-21 2015 in Grays Harbor Washington. Each year, the Olympic Project hosts a "town hall" style witness testimony segment that gives bigfoot witnesses an opportunity to share their experience with others who share the…

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Olympic Project Speaking At Sasquatch Summit

The Olympic Project Team has been asked to present our research findings at the Sasquatch Summit in Grays Harbor Washington once again. The event is November 20-21-22 and this year, you can expect some more spectacular findings from our area…

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May Expedition Dates Set

Come join the Olympic Project and Ridge Walkers Unlimited for our first expedition of 2015. The dates are May 7th to the 10th. This trip will be based at our headquarters in the Beautiful Olympic National Forest. Guest speakers include…

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1924 Oregonian July 17 Follow-up

Front Page of “The Oregonian” On July 17, 1924 APE HUNT TO FAIL, INDIANS PREDICT – SEEAHTIKS SAID TO ROAM AT SPIRIT LAKE – STRANGE EVENTS RELATED – BIG BREASTED GIANTS TAKE REVENGE ON TRIBESMEN – CEDAR IS LEFT ON…

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1924 Oregonian July 16

Front Page of “The Oregonian” On July 16, 1924 BIG HAIRY INDIANS BACK OF APE TALE – MOUNTAIN DEVILS’ MYSTERY GROWS DEEPER – GIANTS SAID TO ROAM HILLS – SHAGGY CREATURES KILL GAME BY HYPNOTISM, IT IS SAID – VENTRILOQUISM…

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Big Things At Sasquatch Summit

They turned out for the annual Sasquatch Summit in Grays Harbor Washington. This was only the second year for this event and it garnered over 700 people in attendance and the Olympic Project was there to represent our research with…

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