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Tuesday, December 22, 2009

Guest Editor-Blogger, Dr. Issac S has this to say:


The Old Days of Bigfoot

Back in 1958 Bigfoot was just another legend that was talked about around the Indian community. Then in 1958 Gerry Crew found large footprints on a new timber access road in Northern California.

Back then most people had never heard of Sasquatch/Bigfoot. All of a sudden people saw newscasts about Bigfoot and the craze was on. But the actual hunt for this elusive creature goes back to the early 18 hundreds.

In 1844 David Hamlin a railroad employee for the Oregon Pacific Railway found himself embroiled in a mystery.

Three employees had been found dead by Hamlin near what is now Glendale, Oregon of an apparent animal of unusual size and strength. The men were found torn to pieces from some unknown beast. Workers reported they found barefoot tracks of 19 inches and more all around the bodies.

Hamlin then hired trackers to track this beast down and kill it, but to no avail. Trackers reported that they followed the big tracks for over four days only to lose them in a heavy rain storm.

The beast was never found and Hamlin was fired by the railroad. One year later the Chetco Monster began a rampage.

The Chetco and Glendale sites were only 120 miles apart. Could it have been the same ill tempered beast?who knows, but it's food for thought.
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Thank you so much for this information. This is one of the things that worries me, when the police do not take these sightings seriously: What if a diseased animal causes a death or property damage? Isn't it best that a record of the sighting be available?


6 comments:

  1. This amimal does not need to have a disease to attack humans. It seems simple. The men who was found dead by the railroad had no doubt shot at the creature. This was the case in the Chetco River killings. Don't you believe this amimal has a right to defend itself from tresspassing humans who tear up the country side with their machines. And for the police, can you amagine any cop going out looking for it?

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  2. Maybe Bigfoot is like humans some gentle and some hostile. In just about every case I've read the Bigfoot is shy and doesn't want to be around people. The Ape Canyon attack ,Sixes River devil and Chetco Monster all have one thing in common. The Bigfoot was shot at.I believe these creatures are harmless and need to be left alone.

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  3. I think alot of these old stories are just stories. back then anybody could have killed the men and blamed it on some beast.

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  4. LOL HOW DO YOU KNOW IT WAS A BOOGIE MAN THAT SLAYED THE MEN? AS A 10 YEAR VET OF THE MARION COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT I HAVE NEVER SEEN A SO CALLED BIGFOOT. KNOW WHY, THEY DON'T EXIST DO THEY? ANYBODY YHAT SEES ONE NEEDS TO GO ON SOME HEAVY MEDS!

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  5. After the last comment, I think a quote is in order.....

    A wise man once said, "Their mockery is directly proportional to their own ignorance of the subject." C.B.

    I've been a scuba diver for 27 years, and I've never seen a Great White Shark. Know why? Because there isn't that many of them! Talk about needing Meds?!?!? Geez!

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  6. Another good one on bigfoot

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