The Keystone Bigfoot Project is a new organization formed by members of the former PA Bigfoot Society (PBS) and the Keystone Bigfoot Project. The Keystone Bigfoot Project (KBP) traces its lineage back to both groups, with it's history routed in investigating Bigfoot Activity in Pennsylvania since 1998.
In 1998, the Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society (PBS) was established by Steve Anderson and Henry Benton as an all volunteer organization, that conducted year round field outings, group expeditions, and investigations into reported Bigfoot sightings.
In 2011, Sean Forker and Ernie Delp founded the Keystone Bigfoot Project, a long term research project aimed to catalog and document all Bigfoot Sightings and Encounters in Pennsylvania. The KBP and PBS Worked hand in hand on many ventures, with the KBP Focusing on the Northern Tier of PA, and PBS predominately in the Western Part of the State. KBP Project Members worked hand in hand with PBS Investigators for many years.
In July of 2016, with a need to breath fresh life into the PBS/ KBP Mission, leadership from both organizations decided to form ONE Organization - with the same goals of Investigation, Documentation, and Education. The Keystone Bigfoot Project was re-ignited.
Our membership holds a "No Kill" policy in approach to our research. As our policy stands, we attempt to collect evidence through means of audio and visual mediums, while attempting to collect and preserve evidence such has hair, footprint castings etc. The Keystone Bigfoot Project works closely with members of the scientific community to have this evidence examined.
One of our primary goals is to investigate sighting reports, which is solely dependent on eyewitness reports and encounters coming in to the organization. If you had a sighting report, please use the "Submit Encounter Report" button as seen on the home page. All personal information collected through submitted reports are held in strict confidentiality. Your personal information will not be released to the public. We take each case seriously and handle them with respect.