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Re: CooperCon 2021
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I know there was a question on another thread about selling tickets to CooperCon 2021.

There will be a ticket price attached to the two-day conference portion of CooperCon--not the social events each evening starting on Friday, November 19th. I believe it will be $20 for both days total. In other words, $20 gets you a ticket good for both days.

The tickets will be available online through Kiggins' website, I believe starting this week. Also, I'll be launching a website this week which will direct people to the Kiggins' ticket portal.

Tickets will also be available at the door as was the case in 2018, but I wouldn't recommend it. After all, I expect a full house this year given the significance of the 50-year anniversary and that there will be a significant amount of media attention focused on the event--I believe even from the UK and Australia.

This year's event is only the beginning. My plan is to grow this into an annual week-long festival every November that celebrates the legends of the Pacific Northwest including Big Foot and purported "Flying Saucer" activity in the region. That said, DBC will serve as the primary thrust of CooperCon going forward and is intended to provide an experience that is festive, fun and informative.

Fer gawds sake EU, don't bring the big foot and flying saucer nutcases into the Cooper investigation!  Leave them in their own world.  Big foot and flying saucers have been thoroughly investigated and proven false.  This is not to say that there are some animals and fish that have never been identified or that all flying objects have been explained to the general public.  But just leave the nutcases in their own world.
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Re: CooperCon 2021
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I know there was a question on another thread about selling tickets to CooperCon 2021.

There will be a ticket price attached to the two-day conference portion of CooperCon--not the social events each evening starting on Friday, November 19th. I believe it will be $20 for both days total. In other words, $20 gets you a ticket good for both days.

The tickets will be available online through Kiggins' website, I believe starting this week. Also, I'll be launching a website this week which will direct people to the Kiggins' ticket portal.

Tickets will also be available at the door as was the case in 2018, but I wouldn't recommend it. After all, I expect a full house this year given the significance of the 50-year anniversary and that there will be a significant amount of media attention focused on the event--I believe even from the UK and Australia.

This year's event is only the beginning. My plan is to grow this into an annual week-long festival every November that celebrates the legends of the Pacific Northwest including Big Foot and purported "Flying Saucer" activity in the region. That said, DBC will serve as the primary thrust of CooperCon going forward and is intended to provide an experience that is festive, fun and informative.

Fer gawds sake EU, don't bring the big foot and flying saucer nutcases into the Cooper investigation!  Leave them in their own world.  Big foot and flying saucers have been thoroughly investigated and proven false.  This is not to say that there are some animals and fish that have never been identified or that all flying objects have been explained to the general public.  But just leave the nutcases in their own world.

I think it adds value to the entire weekend having a panel discussion with experts on these Pacific Northwest legends too. I'm creating a festival with DB Cooper serving as the primary draw. But incorporating other PNW things--for example, featuring tables with local craft beers, wines, coffees, foods, etc., I think makes for an all around fun time. It's part of the reason the DB Cooper escape room experience will play a part too.
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Re: CooperCon 2021
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I know there was a question on another thread about selling tickets to CooperCon 2021.

There will be a ticket price attached to the two-day conference portion of CooperCon--not the social events each evening starting on Friday, November 19th. I believe it will be $20 for both days total. In other words, $20 gets you a ticket good for both days.

The tickets will be available online through Kiggins' website, I believe starting this week. Also, I'll be launching a website this week which will direct people to the Kiggins' ticket portal.

Tickets will also be available at the door as was the case in 2018, but I wouldn't recommend it. After all, I expect a full house this year given the significance of the 50-year anniversary and that there will be a significant amount of media attention focused on the event--I believe even from the UK and Australia.

This year's event is only the beginning. My plan is to grow this into an annual week-long festival every November that celebrates the legends of the Pacific Northwest including Big Foot and purported "Flying Saucer" activity in the region. That said, DBC will serve as the primary thrust of CooperCon going forward and is intended to provide an experience that is festive, fun and informative.

Fer gawds sake EU, don't bring the big foot and flying saucer nutcases into the Cooper investigation!  Leave them in their own world.  Big foot and flying saucers have been thoroughly investigated and proven false.  This is not to say that there are some animals and fish that have never been identified or that all flying objects have been explained to the general public.  But just leave the nutcases in their own world.

I think it adds value to the entire weekend having a panel discussion with experts on these Pacific Northwest legends too. I'm creating a festival with DB Cooper serving as the primary draw. But incorporating other PNW things--for example, featuring tables with local craft beers, wines, coffees, foods, etc., I think makes for an all around fun time. It's part of the reason the DB Cooper escape room experience will play a part too.

The "other PNW things" are great.  But there are better and more ethical ways to earn a buck than propagating the big foot and flying saucer nonsense.

And as I have posted previously, if you really want to know what the (in)famous "Phoneix Lights" were, all you have to do is call AeroVironment in Simi Valley, California and tell them it is time to confess.  Their number is in the book.  If they haggle, tell them that Bruce Smith has talked to their founder, the late Dr. Paul McCready, in a seance and he (PM) directed you (EU) to make the call.  And the statute of limitations has probably already expired in any event.  Just make the call.
 

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Re: CooperCon 2021
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A Cryptozoologist is linked the the famous Youtube video's surrounding the letters and briefcase. a lot of the researchers in both Bigfoot and UFO's are far from "crackpots" . personally, I don't believe in Bigfoot but I can't say that with the evidence shown about UFO'S. especially commercial airline pilots and military pilots siting's and radar contacts.
 

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Re: CooperCon 2021
« Reply #19 on: Today at 06:41:35 PM »
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Fer gawds sake EU, don't bring the big foot and flying saucer nutcases into the Cooper investigation!  Leave them in their own world....


Too late, Robert. We're already here. In fact, we've been here for some time. For details, come to the Mountain News. I'll be posting my most recent insights shortly on my alien abduction experiences.

Ta da....