Photo by Tedder, Town is Powers Oregon
(Sru Lake is near the white circle on the map below.)
Myles /Sally Chidress has left a new comment on your post "Share a Sighting, Talk Bigfoot":
I write this down with much anger directed at United States Forest Service. Our camping trip started on July 17 and ended yesterday. We had bought a season pass for all the campgrounds in the Siskiyou range of Oregon. On Friday we camped at the Lake called Sru.
We had talked with rangers and were never told of any strange happenings there. Saturday night at midnight we were all awakened by a horrific scream from near the lake. The other two campers there also came out with flashlights to find out what it was. The scream was so loud it actually echoed through the mountainside. All of us sat up the rest of the night and herd two more screams some distance away.
Not one of us ever saw the screamer but seem to know it wasn't a man or woman.We left the camp at daylight and drove to Powers. There in Powers the local camp host for Powers Pond told us of this monster at the lake. It made me very angry that the ranger said not one word about a safety issue at that lake. 5 adults and 7 children were camped at the lake at the time of the sounds.
We were told of this sight in which tracks the goings on up there. A person camped at the Powers Pond told us of bigfoot bally and of course we googled it and found bigfoot ballyhoo. Now we have read all of the information from your site and feel the ranger put us in grave danger by not informing us of this ongoing situation. We feel a formal complaint to the forest service is in order. In one of the other camps the clothes line had been destroyed in the night but we failed to find anything other than it out of place.
We have now returned to Red Bluff, Ca. but will still file a complaint with that ranger district.