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2024 Texas Bigfoot Expedition

October 17 (Thursday) - October 20 (Sunday)

BFRO organizers bring participants to areas where they will have encounters with Bigfoots at night. The odds of success depend on their selection of locations, among other things. Selecting the best location in a state for a given time of year depends upon sighting/encounter information -- the more, the better -- so the BFRO selects organizers who have the most information in a given state, and who have experience organizing trips there.

The BFRO invesitgator organizing the 2024 trip in Texas is the most experienced bigfoot expedition organizers in the state:: Mike Janakes.

The 2024 was originally scheduled for May but needed to be postponned. The area Mike is focusing on (different than previous location) is likely the most reliable bigfoot area in the entire state of Texas.

The BFRO now encourages all attendees to have three types of optical devices that are very helpful on trips like these. These devices are not mandatory, but we would like each attendee to have at least one of these devices:

 1) Old fashioned daylight video camera with 50x *optical* zoom -- basically a small telescope that records video. ($400)

2) Small thermal camera with 4x zoom for use at night. (BFRO brand = $1000)

3) Small daylight drone with excellent zoom camera. (DJI Air 3  = $1,550).

Among these three items, the one you will find most helpful in a bigfoot area is a thermal camera. Without this type of device it is unlikely that you will spot and record any animals in the dark.

The BFRO sells high-resolution (384 lines) thermal cameras for much lower than retail price, because we want as many people as possible to afford them. See BFRO homepage for more info about those cameras. Click on thermal image of the guy with a dog. You will not regret owning one of those devices. A good thermal video camera is MUCH more useful for squatching than the best nightvision video camera.

To reserve a slot for the 2024 Texas expedition you must contact the organizers. To contact them you must follow the instructions on the Expedition FAQ page. Please read that whole FAQ page before contacting them.



Mike Janakes has been leading and attending public and private bigfoot expeditions in Texas since 2010, some co-organized with Sybilla Irwin. He has checked out many the East Texas hotspots known to many bigfoot researchers, and he has found several hotspots of his own.

He is president of a large company based in Texas. His talents are well demonstrated in his level of preparation for an expedition, and his scouting, his location targetting, and his skill in the woods at night.

Mike has had more than one close encounter with bigfoots in Texas. He knows how to get into their areas at night and bring them around.





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