John Green is scheduled to make an appearance to share his stories and research from his many years of investigating Sasquatch in the surrounding area. Any serious Sasquatch researcher will agree that this is an excellent opportunity to learn from the legend himself.
Sasquatch Researcher and author Thomas Steenburg will also be available for questions. Copies of his excellent new volume “Sasquatch in BC” produced with Christopher Murphy will be available for purchase and signing.
Adam McGirr will be presenting on the subjects of Ogopogo, Cadborosaurus and other unknown aquatic animals. Adam’s slide show will include photos, drawings and the latest theories on advancing lake monster research.
Kilby is located just off the Lougheed Highway, where the Harrison and Fraser Rivers meet. In the early 1900s, this site was part of a busy community known as Harrison Mills. The 1906 General Store Museum provides a look at what life was like over a hundred years ago.
The nearby Kilby Provincial Park offers excellent fishing and wildlife viewing opportunities. To find the Kilby Historic Site:
- Take Lougheed Highway through Misson towards Harrison Hot Springs
- Continue past the Sasquatch Inn and over the Harrison River Bridge
- Turn right on School Road just after the Harrison River Bridge
- Turn right on Kilby Road; parking lot is on the right hand side, just minutes down the road
For more information, see http://www.kilby.ca