Mississippi Bigfoot Meet & Greet
March 17th 2007
Paul B. Johnson State Park
(see below for park details)
Highway 49 South of Hattiesburg, MS
11am - 4pm
This will be a meeting of Mississippi Bigfoot Enthusiasts!
Bring your stories, wed love to hear them
We all want to meet you!
All out of state visitors welcome too.
PLEASE RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org
Covered Dish Dinner at 12 noon.
There is no fee; the covered dish is your ticket.
We will supply plates/cutlery/napkins/coffee.
This will be a meeting to get to know one another and to share stories and research. Bring anything you think will be of interest to the group.
Guest Speaker: M.K. Davis @2:00pm
Details on Park & Pavilion
Located in the heart of Mississippis pine belt region Paul B. Johnson State Park is the gateway to a natural wonderland marked by majestic long-leaf and loblolly pines, delicate dogwoods, and ancient oaks. The deep forests surrounding Paul B. Johnson provide a picturesque setting for a variety of outdoor activities.
Park Entrance Fee: $3.00
(Max. 6 people per vehicle, 50¢ each additional person)
See this web site for park info: http://www.mdwfp.com/parkView/parks.asp?ID=6846
See this web site for maps: http://www.stateparks.com/paul_b_johnson.html
The pavilion does not have electricity therefore no electronic presentations will be made. MK will have a laptop running on batteries. There is a bathroom very near with electricity to recharge cell phones or batteries if needed. Desoto National Forest is nearby if you want to go exploring after the meeting. We will not have an organized outing. Sightings have come from a large expanse in this area; anywhere you go you will be in Bigfoot territory. Just get a map and follow the creeks. Primitive camping is available at Black Creek south of PBJ also; its a good place to start. To my knowledge there are no reports in or near PBJ.